New Music Weekly Set For Fall Classic
New Music Weekly is now setting its sights as we start pre-production for their Fall Hits Music Issue. The leading music trade publication which provides weekly radio/music charts in multi-formats (Top40/CHR, AC/Hot AC, Country and more) will be highlighting artists and bands from both the major and independent arena which have songs breaking at radio.
As we begin to close out the year this issue is equally important as it gets the publication closer to its 2019 New Music Award Nominations. New Music Weekly magazine will be offering special discounted Ad rates to independent artists that reach out early. Should you have any interest in this very special edition, please contact New Music Weekly now. You may also review Media Kit details here.
Lil Nas X:
Pushing Back Against The Music Industry Grain
Lil Nas X aka Montero Lamar Hill was born in Lithia Springs, Georgia, a small city outside of Atlanta. His parents divorced when he was six, and he settled in the Bankhead Courts housing project with his mother and grandmother. Three years later, he moved in with his father north of the city in Austell, Georgia. Although initially reluctant to leave, he later regarded it as an important decision: “There’s so much shit going on in Atlanta—if I would have stayed there, I would have fallen in with the wrong crowd. He began playing trumpet in the fourth grade and was first chair by his junior high years, but quit out of fear of looking uncool. Hill attended Lithia Springs High School and graduated in 2017. He studied for one year at the University of West Georgia before dropping out. During this time, he stayed with his sister and supported himself with jobs at … more
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New Music Weekly, has graced the pages of Billboard, R&R, Gavin, Friday Morning Quarterback, Music Connection, Inside Connection and most recently Soap Digest. NMW has found great industry success with its airplay charting system which includes the genres of Top40, Adult Contemporary, Country, College, Americana, and Rock radio stations. With the formation of Backstage Entertainment’s cutting edige technology, the Spins Tracking System (STS) has already impacted thousands of radio stations since the beginning of 2005. New Music Weekly has also been honored as “Magazine of the Year” award at the Los Angeles Music Awards. The leading music trade magazine is the #1 chart breaking publication for new music and artists who score top honors during its annual New Music Awards event held in Hollywood, California. The magazine, founded in 1999, boasts over 1500 reporting radio stations in the genres of Top40, Adult Contemporary, Country, College, Jazz and Alternative/Rock. New Music Weekly has also found success with its Future Hits compilation CDs. This multi-format music sampler enables recording artists to get their music in the hands of radio station program directors which support new artists regardless of label affiliation. In addition, New Music Weekly operates the New Music Radio Network which services its syndicated radio specials to thousands of Country and Mainstream radio stations. More
STS (Spins Tracking System) has revolutionized the way radio and record executives look at charts. A technology used to deliver the most highly accurate chart information available. STS is the industry leading weekly provider of information that covers music played at commercial and non-commercial radio. STS delivers a wide variety of airplay charts that track releases in Top40, Adult Contemporary, Country, AAA, College, Jazz, World, RPM, Hip Hop, Loud Rock and Alternative genres. STS is a service of Backstage Entertainment. More
NMW is proud to be the first and only award show not weighted down with the politics and corruption of the corporate world, but an award show showing the true talent which exists in the music industry today. NMW’s motivation for providing the most updated and fairly tracked radio airplay information is owed to the philosophy of radio pioneer and legend Bill Gavin, who started Gavin as a weekly tip-sheet for radio programmers in the 1950s. It wasn’t until the early 1990’s that Gavin’s philosophy was finally archived with the bureaucracy of major label politics. .thus the founding of New Music Weekly magazine. More
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