Raised in a small town in Kansas, Indie artist Shelly Fraley is ready to show off her big sounds and catchy tunes to the masses. You might already recognize Fraley’s voice from her numerous song placements in shows and movies including One Tree Hill, Knight Rider, Ghost Whisperer and Free Willy: Escape from Pirate’s Cove. Now that she’s back in the US after a recent tour in the UK, she is preparing her 10 song album for independent release by the end of summer.
Pop singer/songwriter sensation, Andrew Belle is making strides as a touring musician traveling throughout the United States. Having resided in both Chicago and Nashville, the musician remains a strong part of both music scenes. He was named MTV’s Best Breakout Artist for Chicago in 2009 and has taken part in numerous Ten out of Tenn Tours, an acclaimed group of musicians who’s music fills a pop scene void in Nashville’s often overlooked musical repertoire.
Having been selected as this week’s Needle in the Haystack artist, Andrew Belle will be giving away one of his top songs, Static Waves. Stay tuned to hear more from Belle throughout the week, and grab his single below!
To close out the week with Christian rockers, Satellites and Sirens, we have a follow up video featuring the band’s lead singer, Geoff Hunker. Learn how Satellites and Sirens have used social media to advance their career and how this week of promotion has affected the band. Remember to grab their free download and check out their MTV Music Interview!
Boasting a bright, electronic christian rock sound, Nashville natives Satellites and Sirens are making waves in the industry with their first, self titled LP. The band formed via Craigslist when frontman Geoff Hunker moved to Nashville. Today, the band’s chart success here on OurStage includes three Top 10 finishes and a 2010 Best Of ranking. Their song “Light The Night” is currently featured as the theme song for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s annual Light The Night walk. And with 5 weeks on the Top 40 Charts, the band’s single “Anchor” seems like the perfect pick to be this week’s free download for Needle in the Haystack.
Keep an eye out for more from Satellites and Sirens throughout the week!