KenM

KenM

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Country - General | Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Total Song Plays: 4,380   
Member Since: 2010
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Marilyn Oakley posted over 30 days ago to KenM


Hi Ken
Thanks for your review of my song, 11:59. Glad you like it. I enjoyed writing this one. The numbers just had a story to tell, and the sogn was born. Thanks again for your time. Best to you, ~M


   
 
Ricky John Brown posted over 30 days ago to KenM


Thank You for your honest review of, Small Town Bar and Grill, it was enlightening.

   
 
Jo Ann Hudson posted over 30 days ago to KenM


Hello Ken! I just came to your profile after reviewing "1935" and just wanted to mention that while I was listening, I thought how great it would have been to hear this tune on a PBS documentary I had seen recently about the dust bowl. Ironic, after reading your song description. My parents were adults through the Great Depression and I am so thankful that they passed along to me their great appreciation of the things most people take for granted.

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KenM posted over 30 days ago


Thank you Jo Ann. 1935 is a favorite of mine. You might also enjoy 'Head on down the road'. Both these songs have still photo videos on broadjam you might look at too.


Milly posted over 30 days ago to KenM


Hi Ken Just listened to your song "Long Chicago Night" such a sad and moving story, brought a tear to my eye! Great song Cheers Milly

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KenM posted over 30 days ago


Thank you...


JJ Williams posted over 30 days ago to KenM


Ken thanks for your review of Pocket Full Of Dreams. The song is actually based on a true story.

   
 
Bob Bentley posted over 30 days ago to KenM


Hi Ken,
Thanks for the kind review of We Can Be Lovers Again, it's very fair and constructive.
Quite a coincidence that the system put this out right now because I'm in the middle of a collaboration with a certain Broadjam lady to record this song as a transatlantic duet!
I would be happy to let you hear the final outcome if you just let me know.
Thanks again,
Bob


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Bob Bentley posted over 30 days ago


Hi Ken,
This is the song as a transatlantic duet!! http://www.broadjam.com/artists/songs.php?artistID=98970&mediaID=640955 1


Charles Bunting posted over 30 days ago to KenM


Gonna Boom, Nice work,
got Jason Aldean wrote all over it


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KenM posted over 30 days ago


that would be cool....thanks!


Julia Schmidt posted over 30 days ago to KenM


Hi! " Drums on the wind" is really really cool!! Love the feel of how it takes you back in time with the Indians:)!! Amazing vocals!!!!!! Great production, the lyrics are great!!!:))

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KenM posted over 30 days ago


Thank you Julia. 'Drums' is a special project for me.


Julia Schmidt posted over 30 days ago


You can surely tell!! It's such a special song!!!!!!!:)) best with it and all your music:)


NashvilleJoe posted over 30 days ago to KenM


hey KEN--I just finished reviewing 2001 songs on broadjam and your song A MAN LIKE THIS was the 2001st song I reviewed--CHEERS--joe.

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KenM posted over 30 days ago


Wow...that's a ton of song reviews....but good for you! Fun ain't it!!?? Proud to be 2001....and thankd for the listen!


Julia Schmidt posted over 30 days ago to KenM


Hi! How have you been? Congrats on your top tens!! Have a Merry Christmas!.... Julia

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KenM posted over 30 days ago


thank you! you have a merry christmas too! that last top 10 was for 'head on down the road'...a song that has done well. it was immediately signed into several l.a. music catalogs (from broadjam opportunities). at one time that song was in 9 different top 10's, including the 'world top 10'...i'm pretty happy with that one...it's part of a special project cd i've put together for songs i've written to help bring homelessness more forward, particularly because nearly 20% of our homeless are military vets. the on-line cd will be out very soon...it is called 'almost blues'. on it will be:
head on down the road
out in the street
the man with no name
1935

i'm waiting on a harmonica track for 'the man with no name', then i'll release it to i-tunes and amazon, etc. all the proceeds go to the homeless shelter, or i just give cash from physical cd sales to the homeless i encounter on street corners here in nashville. i also give the guys more cd's to sell and they just keep the money....it really has been both fun and rewarding doing this.
the 4 songs are all on my broadjam page or at www.kenmatthiesen.com


Julia Schmidt posted over 30 days ago


That's so wonderful to hear!! God bless your big heart!!! And best to all of your musical pursuits!!.... Julia:)


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