NASHVILLE, (PRWEB) October 24, 2006
Indy country artist Eileen Carey has a lot to celebrate these days. Four songs, “Walking after Midnight,” "Good Time Charlie,” “Hearts of Time” and “Hollywood” are all currently being rotated on national and international radio.
This is a big feat for such a small fish in a large ocean.
Similar to country stars Martina McBride and Faith Hill, Carey’s music is crossing over the charts and appealing to many different people due to its country-blues-rock-pop elements.
“My music is not only being played on country radio, but it is even crossing over into adult contemporary,” says Carey.
Carey attributes most of her recent success to radio and internet, whose support has “provided a great avenue.” Even countries, such as Germany, Japan and the Netherlands are hearing her music on a regular basis and relating to the simple topics of everyday life that she addresses.
“When I write music, I try to find a positive subject. I want a balance; nothing that is too negative or too happy,” said Carey.
“Hollywood,” a song off of Carey’s latest album Hearts of Time remains on the New Music Weekly (NMW) charts, and is still garnering great responses from fans, especially those out of her hometown of Los Angeles.
“It’s [“Hollywood”] about old Hollywood meets new Hollywood, and the goods things that have come out of it.”
Eileen Carey is a good thing to have come out of Hollywood, and she will continue to make a splash in this enormous ocean called the music industry.
About Eileen Carey
Ohio native singer/songwriter Eileen Carey has a strong following in the Los Angeles regional music scene. She has released two albums, acquired several performance awards, and climbed the Indy charts with several cuts. Eileen was also one of the original “uh-huh girls” that backed Ray Charles in a Pepsi campaign and at the Super Bowl. For more information visit 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 globally around the world. For more information visit dankerpr.com or contact Deborah Danker at (615) 320-7453.