The Melody Stuart Project

The Melody Stuart Project

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Rock - Americana | West Palm Beach, Florida, United States
Total Song Plays: 3,688   
Member Since: 2008
   Last Login: over 30 days ago
   Sounds Like: Top 40, Today yesterday, Tween,, Pink

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A mix of Pop Rock, Alternative Pop Rock, Dance Music, Tween Music, Americana Folk Rock Music - Blues, Finger Picking Style, some Country. We do a bit of everything.

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Downgraded to mini. Sad they do not give you any information on your song. But to me it has been pretty fruitless. They select, they consider, then you do not hear from anyone. I have been selected many times for many TV, Film They have to match the scene with the your song. But it would be nice to find out the bottom line which to me is YES OR NO....


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Margie & Art Corey posted over 30 days ago to The Melody Stuart Project


Dear Remerge, we're back, and listening to "A Day In Her Life" cool tune! Love the beat!! 5 Stars & a Big Like!
Grand Job!
M & A Corey


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Margie & Art Corey posted over 30 days ago


Dear Remerge Band, we just listen to your wonderful version of "I'm On Fire", great guitar picking and vocals!! We found you on Kate Carpenter's Broad Jam site, and yes, this is truly wonderful Folk style music. I grew up in the 60's in the Folk era, with the Kingston Trio, later John Stewart , Peter Paul and Mary, Joan Baez, Chad Mitchell Trio....... Anyway, you are really excellent Artists, we are glad that we found you!! If you get a chance, you might like some of our tunes on our Broad Jam site, although we write in many genres of music......
M & A Corey


The Melody Stuart Project posted over 30 days ago


What does selected mean?? what does considered mean??? It means nothing until you sign on the dotted line....................


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