Hope all is well my friend. I was wondering if you recieved any feedback on my song "Ocean Breeze"? I did add a song to the site if you might check it out and let me know what you think it is "Journey To A Dream" All the best....by the way I have been listening to your show each week...it is great Linley...Take Care..Dan Sheets
Thanks so much for airing my song on your show!!! I can't thank you enough..you are a great person Linley!! If you were serious about covering the song let me know...All the best to you Linley...Peace...Dan Sheets...In my case..even a blind squirrel gets a nut once in a while!! By the way I love your show your commentary is Great!!!
You are a great felllow! Thanks so much for this opportunity my friend. You have left me speechless. For you to allow an independant like myself some airplay is just so very humbling!! Please keep in touch...Take care my friend and thanks again!! All the best to you!!
Hope all is well with you and yours. Just wanted to let you know I sent off a cd with 2 songs on it yesterday. You should have it on Monday. How is your new release going? I am humbled after listening to your music...that you would have an interest in my music... I am honored. I looked your show up on the internet but I can't figure out the time difference between Ireland and United States. Let me know when your next radio show is going to air. "After Midnight"...a great name....Take Care my friend!
Hey, Linley, how's that dry spell going? The only time I was in Ireland, it rained constantly. I was at a folk festival, and nobody even bothered trying to use umbrellas or raincoats - they just allowed the light misty rain to soak them through. It was an interesting contrast because over here, if it starts to rain everyone runs for cover like it's terrible to get damp or wet!
Thanks for the friendship invite. I"m listening to your very beautiful music. I like what you've done on your new CD. I'm just returning from a European tour, which ended in London. Hope to make it up your way in the near future.
Thanks, Linley. In regards to airplay, I'd love to send you my two CD's. I'm planning on mailing them today to the address you gave Elizabeth: 8 St.John's Park Rosetta, Belfast, No. Ireland BT73JF. Please respond ASAP if that's not the correct address.
Thanks so much Linley for taking time to listen to my music. What did you have in mind. I will gladly make you a part of my network and am honored that you would be intrested in my music. Great trumpet playing by the way!!! Very nice work..I enjoyed listening.... the whole band is quite impressive! Good luck with the new release!!
The Jazz Network is exactly what the title suggests, a place where you get to mix and mingle with those who have not only an appreciation for Jazz but a forum to hear new up and coming artists as well. I've hooked up with so many of my old friends that I've lost contact with over the years here and it's been a great place to meet folk, appreciate good music and Musicianship. What an incredible idea!!
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