RE: AOR/MHR
Posted by: Susumu ()
Date: April 14, 2000 11:17PM

Hi, Alex. I am now at the community FM station as a volunteer. As I said on the post above MHR artists have to struggle with poor recognition and little radio airplay. Some of the DJs in this FM station seem to like Departure, Danger Danger, and Storm. But unless I tell them they are great they will not probably notice nor play their music on the radio. I lend some of my CDs to them so that there will be more chance that their music will be played on the FM. It seemed to have worked on Departure, Danger Danger and Fair Warning. I often request their music as a listner. Many DJs belong to my generation (early 30s) and they love 80s AOR a lot. But they are not sure which new bands to turn to.

So the important things is let the music fans know that there are such wonderful music. Since many DJs do not believe in charts any more. They trust only their ears. All I can do is pick one great track from the album and recommend it to the DJs so that they can easily pick up the song.

I also write on-line reviews on amazon com. to give anyone including amazon.com staff basic information about the album and the artist.

So don't dispair. You can do something.

Best regards

Susumu

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