Altadena, CA (PRWEB) May 29, 2006
Though Eileen Carey’s newest single was only released last week, it’s already making waves on country music stations around the country. Now the independent country music singer/songwriter getting ready for her upcoming radio tour, scheduled for July 2006.
While "Hollywood" joined Carey’s other country music single from her "Hearts of Time" CD, "It Doesn’t Get Any Better Than This", on the airwaves, Eileen Carey’s fans are torn whether the soulful "Hollywood" or the country music dance hall favorite "It Doesn’t Get Any Better Than This" will be her first big chart-topping hit.
Carey’s appearance early this month at Cowboy Country in Long Beach, California, struck just the right chord with the dancing fans. Her "It Doesn’t Get Any Better Than This" was the hit of the evening. While most country music dance clubs play songs that their customers already know, Cowboy Country fans were ready for something new. Carey’s independent country music kept their toes tapping and won their hearts.
"It was great to have the Cowboy Country crowd dancing to my songs," said Carey, "but I could tell that they enjoyed 'It Doesn’t Get Any Better' because it is different than their usual fare, and even better, their DJ has already plugged it into his rotation so they can keep on dancing!"
Eileen Carey’s country music radio tour will feature several listening parties for her recent CD "Hearts of Time", including the tracks "Hollywood" and "It Doesn’t Get Any Better Than This". Fans can get a preview of the tour by listening to mp3s of "Hollywood" and other songs from "Hearts of Time", including:
- "Just to Get to You"
- "Good Time Charlie"
- "All Tangled Up"
These independent country music mp3s of singles from the CD are available for listening at http://www.EileenCarey.com, and Carey’s latest CD, "Hearts of Time", is available online at http://www.CDBaby.com. While she’s preparing for her July radio tour, Carey is also working on an upcoming new country music CD collection that includes collaborations with major Nashville songwriters.
About Eileen Carey
Ohio native singer/songwriter Eileen Carey has a strong following in the Los Angeles regional music scene. She has released two independent country music albums, acquired several performance awards, and climbed the indy charts with several cuts. Carey was also one of the original "uh-huh girls" that backed Ray Charles in a Pepsi campaign and at the Super Bowl. Carey's was first recognized when her energetic cover of Patsy Cline's "Walkin' After Midnight" took off after her very successful debut on Blair Garner’s syndicated "After MidNite" country music radio show. For more information, visit http://www.EileenCarey.com or contact Danker & Danker Public Relations.
About Danker & Danker Public Relations
Danker & Danker PR is a diversified talent, merchandising, and literary agency with contacts around the world. For more information, visit http://www.DankerPR.com or contact Deborah Danker at 615-320-7453.