New York, NY (Top40 Charts)
Quickdraw Records LLC announces the international distribution of the band Spayed Koolie's first professional single, "100 Years (Need)", written by David
Dorr and Neal Phillips. The single is being released via CDX Traction Nashville which tracks spins for the Americana Music
Association weekly chart and will be sent to all secondary market Americana stations throughout the United States and internationally. Bill Wence Promotions is handling the radio promotion duties of the new single while Mach3 Entertainment, Nashville, has signed on as the official radio promoter for the single to all secondary market Music
Row reporting stations, which includes Billboard Indicator stations.
"After talking with Jerry Duncan in Nashville, we decided that right now is the right time with the right song for Spayed Koolie," said Neal Phillips, fiddler/backup singer with the band. "We're going to do everything we can to hopefully crack the Top 80 on the Americana, Music
Row, and perhaps Billboard charts. Our goal is to obtain nationwide recognition for our music so that we may target new markets and attract talent buyers who would like Spayed Koolie to travel and open for country and Americana artists."
Dan Hagar - Mach3 Entertainment Group: "What is there not to like about Spayed Koolie? I was hooked the minute I heard their music. Spayed Koolie brings a fresh sound to an ever changing industry. David
Dorr (founder) and Neal Phillips continue to show great synergy with their vocals, songwriting and production. This band is fun and I encourage all music fans out there to have Spayed Koolie in their music playlists."
Nashville's Mr. Bill Wence Comments on Spayed Koolie: "I've been blessed to spend a lifetime in this crazy music business. It can bring you down one day and put you on top of the world tomorrow, if you give it a chance. I just listened to a new group this week called Spayed Koolie. Now that made my day! Here's a group with the namesake of the great western swing artist "Spade Cooley" who was very popular in the 40's and 50's. This "Spayed Koolie" covers the broad spectrum of Americana music with some intelligent original songs and even an acoustic version of a Van Morrison
cover thrown in that'll leave you smiling. There's an album full of new music here that will certainly make someone's day better and I'm excited to be a small part of that by introducing Spayed Koolie to Americana radio. And I'm sure Spade Cooley would be proud to know that decades later a new Spayed Koolie will be heard on America's airwaves. "