Love You Anyway on Kix Hot Country

Our song “Love You Anyway” was played on Saturday 3/22.
The show airs from 4-6PM (PST) in Palm Springs, CA on KIX HOT COUNTRY 92.1 and Worldwide on www.KXCMRADIO.com. A big thank you to Brad Mercer for taking the time to include us in his show. He will be playing “My Daddy Does” next week. Will let ya know what day. If you missed it, here’s the intro he gave. You can hear the whole show by going to the website and clicking past shows. We are about 1:17:00 into the show!

 

Hangin' In There

StreetWise CD

Caught up with an old friend the other day who when asked the question, “How are ya?” replied, “Oh I’m hangin in there”. It made me think of all of us who are doing what we have to do instead of what we want to do. There’s no doubt that you need to make income in order to eat. But if you ask anyone what is the most valuable thing in their life, I bet no one answers “TIME”. I’ve heard so much recently from friends who lost their jobs, their parents. Are you doing what you wanna do right now? A songwriter wrote, “Breathe love in and let it go; this could be your last goodbye..” I meant every word too. Spend time with the people who matter most to you. No one is gonna remember your W 2 from 2013, but they will remember the dinner you had together or the game you went to see together. A memory from a “want to” event will bring a smile to your face for years to come. Life can get in the way, or it can be a way. It’s your choice; love or hate. Are you doing what you wanna do right now?

Paul Street on Splash Radio February 18th

Be sure to log on and check out our new friend Chris Duval’s show on SplashRadio.org. He’s got our song “Love You Anyway” on the playlist. Thanks Chris!

Play List for February 18th 2013

1.Tom Hoffman – For Profit Life

2. Jeff Butterfield – Snow In Arizona

3.Sinead Madden – Will You

4. World 5 – The Morning Light

5. Steve O’Connor – Hail Caledonia

17. The C.R Ecker Band – When God Created You

18. Paul Street –  Love You Anyway…..

36. William and Ginger Patterson –  In Their Soes

 

 

Paul Street "Best of Country" moves to number 1 for NJ!

Steel guitar in the Dobro style by KayEss
Steel guitar in the Dobro style by KayEss (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Been on this site for years and have had really good feedback from other artists and fans. Thanks to all who moved Paul Street  to the number 1 slot!http://ourstage.com

best of country

 

This WeekArtist / Location
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Portrait of Paul Street
lumberton, NJ
        02
Portrait of Joanne Carole
Sommerville, NJ
        03
Portrait of Gerald Edward
Monroe Twp, NJ

 

 

Beer Holder Gets Song Review from Deke Donovan

Below is the review courtesy of Deke Donovan, reviewer for the Power Performers of Music. It’s a site dedicated to finding up and coming talent. Special thanks to my friend Charlie Ecker from the C.R. Ecker Band for sending Deke my song. Jersey boys stick together!

PAUL STREET

I remember a saying a long time ago that “when it’s ten to two, all the twos are tens.” And the guys still standin’ at the bar were’nt talkin’ basic math. Did have something to do with the amount of alcohol they were consuming. So this leads us to drinkin’ songs and the massive number of them out there over the years, from “I Like Beer” (Tom T. Hall)), “Drinkin’ ‘n Dreamin’”, (Waylon Jennings), “Drink on It” (Blake Shelton) and “Drink in My Hand” (Eric Church) . There are probably 500 more but space is tight in this here review. However, there is a new tune with a big foamy head that is gonna’ get noticed, you bet! It’s called “Beer Holder,” sung by newcomer Paul Street. In it, he eloquently relates, with what seems like a straight face, how “Beauty is in the Eye of the Beer Holder.” What a line! What a singer, too. Paul, from New Jersey, has a million-dollar song that’s a bunch of traditional country fun. It’s one of a mix of traditional and uptown country fare ranging from “Breath Love In” to “When I First Loved You.” There is something for everyone from start to finish with a consistent a peaceful, easy feelin’ to be sure.
Check out more review’s by Deke here.

 

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Paul Street's "Maybe Try Again" Hits Top 40 in UK and Spain

Europe’s Top 100

United Kingdom

1 Lady Antebellum Dancin’ away with my heart
2 Ashley Robertson Finished With You
3 Lady Antebellum We Owned The Night
4 George Strait Here For A Good Time
5 Robert Mizzell Cajun Dance
6 Rodney Atkins Take a Back Road
7 The Band Perry All Your Life
8 Jake Owen Barefoot Blue Jean night
9 Connie Smith Long Line Of Heartaches
10 Lady Antebellum Just A Kiss
11 Hallur Why Should We Try Anymore
12 Belle Cannon Party
13 Ann Pascoe Texas Sidestep
14 Pistol Annies Hell on Heels
15 Dave Sheriff My Baby’s Never Wrong
16 Eric Church Springsteen
17 Sunny Sweeney Drink Myself Single
18 Miss Jeanie One Heart Away
19 Lynn Davis Anytime
20 Dierks Bentley Diamonds Make Babies
21 The Oak Ridge Boys Louisiana Red Dirt Highway
22 Blake Shelton Sunny in Seattle
23 Blake Shelton God gave me you
24 DeLon Hey Girl
25 Doug Jones Just Another Trucker Passing By
26 Peter Small In My Arms
27 Miranda Lambert Over You
28 Shawna Russell Everybody’s got a Story
29 Sharon Herron Somebodys Angel
30 Blake Shelton Drink On It
31 Darren Mullins Brady Of Strabane
32 T. Graham Brown Sip By Sip
33 Paul Street Maybe Try Again
34 David Wood From The Bottle To The Bottom
35 Jannet Bodewess City Girl
36 JR Williams Hello & Welcome
37 Tim Culpepper Ghost
38 Will Banister Turned her on to country
39 Danny Mayers The Ride
40 Carleen Still Walkin’, Talkin’, Cryin’

Spain

1 Billy Currington Love Done Gone
2 Cowboy Larry & Sharon Larkin Size Seven Round, Made Of Gold
3 Eric Church Springsteen
4 Scooter Lee Boogie woogie rhythm
5 Bonnie Paul A Home
6 Lonestar Y.O.U.
7 Jamey Johnson Heartache
8 Brian Coy and the Remaining Few Highest of the Low
9 Jody Jenkins Brings Back Amarillo
10 Ashley Robertson Finished With You
11 Lady Antebellum We Owned The Night
12 George Strait Here For A Good Time
13 The Band Perry All Your Life
14 Jake Owen Barefoot Blue Jean night
15 Lady Antebellum Just A Kiss
16 Hallur Why Should We Try Anymore
17 Eric Church Drink In My Hand
18 Pistol Annies Hell on Heels
19 Sunny Sweeney Drink Myself Single
20 Alan Jackson So You Don’t Have To Love Me Anymore
21 Lady Antebellum Dancin’ away with my heart
22 The Oak Ridge Boys Louisiana Red Dirt Highway
23 Blake Shelton Sunny in Seattle
24 Blake Shelton God gave me you
25 Liana Wallinder Wild & Free
26 Alison Krauss & Union Station Paper Airplane
27 Paul Street  Maybe Try Again
28 Israel David Back in Waco
29 Rascal Flatts Banjo
30 Mark Blomsteel Barbed Wire
31 Derrick Mehaffey Under A Mexican Sky
32 Lisa McHugh I’m a little bit lonely
33 Shurman Inspiration
34 Miranda Lambert Baggage clain

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Country Music, Music, Recording, Producer
StreetWise

Hollywood depicts a music producer mostly as a slick dressed, sunglass wearing, lurking in the shadows type. While this may be true of some, it is certainly not the norm for today’s music scene. A producer is a mysterious title for some to grasp; and it should be. The producer wears many hats. Sometimes a musician, sometimes a therapist. Sometimes a babysitter, sometimes a fire starter. You see for every project someone puts their name on as a “producer”, they are sticking their neck and reputation on the line. Since we  live in a “what have you done for me lately” world, a producer must have a finger on the pulse of the music industry. And while some producers have a signature sound, like what Mutt Lange does for Def Leppard, some are transparent and shift between genres like a homebound traveler at rush hour changes lanes. So it’s hard to identify the producer of the music your listening to on the radio.

Often an unsung hero, they take the credit, or the blame for every project. A daunting task at best. I produce Paul Street records myself. Sometimes it is hard to stay objective because I am incredibly hard on myself. I agonized over every detail from breath noise to the sound of the snare drum to the format of the song. It is very time-consuming and often the things I am working on at the very end of the project will go unnoticed to most listeners. But if I didn’t make the necessary changes, the record would be good, not great. I don’t do anything half way. Paul Street is all in or nothin’ at all!

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