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Madelyn Victoria - Right Here With You

She's back! After a two-and-a-half year hiatus between releases, San Antonio, Texas beauty Madelyn Victoria returns with a brand new single. Her self-penned "Good At Goodbye" released, March 26th, 2021 (MTS Records).


The single is the follow up to her 2018 single, "Right Here With You" that reached the Canadian iTunes Top 15. "Good At Goodbye" was produced and engineered by Sean Sankey. Mastering was done by Nick Landis in Austin, TX.


Anne Connor presents from April 9th 'Things To Come'  the latest release by Jeremy Parsons from Austin, Texas.


Jeremy draws from his personal experiences to create songs that are keenly perceptive and meaningful. After living in Nashville for several years, Jeremy has returned home to Texas. His new album has just been released.

We hope you can listen in, the show airs at various times throughout the week ( See Schedule )

You can listen to this show the previous two shows as a listen on demand from the link below.



Jeremy Parsons

Things To Come

From April 9th 2021

Visit our Album Of The Week page for links to the artists, you can also listen on demand from the player on the page.


Jenny Biddle

Hoping For A Hero

From April 2nd 2021

Visit our Album Of The Week page for links to the artists, you can also listen on demand from the player on the page.


Kat Danser

One Eye Open

From March 26th 2021

Visit our Album Of The Week page for links to the artists, you can also listen on demand from the player on the page.


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Greg Hancock - Architecture and Archaeology

As a songwriter, Greg Hancock has been compared to the likes of Al Stewart, John Martyn and Ray Davies. His guitar playing is unusual, innovative and widely admired and commented on. For Greg though, the aim is to merge highly personal narrative and acute observation with universal experience and emotional references that will immediately be recognized by the listener.

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