Radio Station Programing

 

Here are some letters from radio stations

 Wrangler Gene & The Bunkhouse Gang

Dear Ambassador Records,

Please forgive us for not having a proper name to use in addressing this letter. Though we wanted you to know that we've received your compilation CD "Premier Recording Artist 95" and found the entire project to be terrific!

Our Radio program "Wrangler Gene and the Bunkhouse Gang" always features Canadian entertainers. Each and every syndicated program has at least three Canadian entertainers to the hour.

This week's show to Europe featured Miss Joyce Seamone singing "Testing 1-2-3" and Miss Barbara Allen's "Yodeling Song". We appreciated each and every artist on your CD for sure, though for now it's just Miss Allen. Incidentally, we also featured Mr. Gordon Wilcox.

Our syndicated TV program "Nashville Night In Texas" has featured several Canadian entertainers and we always display the Canadian Flag proudly. We had a special program on which we saluted Canadian and a guest on the program noticed we only had a tiny Canadian flag and he sent us without our expecting it, a beautiful Canadian "Maple Leaf" to display.

We'd like to say too that the quality of your CD is excellent throughout. We've long held that Nashville offers nothing which isn't available in Canada, especially the Ontario area, so do take pride in your fine product and do let the artist know we appreciate them for their skill an ability.

Just for the record..."pun intended," Ambassador is tops with us here on the "Wrangler Gene" show. Good quality videos of Canadian artist such as are on your CD are welcome here too. We do use such material on the "Nashville Night In Texas" program.

In closing we'd like to thank you again for a superior product and for the best in entertainers. Canada has a thing or two to be proud of aside from George Chuvelo. Keep up the fine work.

Your Friends in Texas,

Jean Paul and Lenora Sinistre


Responding To The Call For Country

Trans - American Broadcasting Corp.

This letter is for the Jenny & Josie CD "Now and Then" September 5th 1996


Howdy Gals,

What a pleasant surprise to find such a nice CD in our mailbox yesterday and just wanted to thank you for sending it along.

As you may have heard through the grapevine, we feature a lot of Canadian talent on out shows. Shania Twain, Brent McAthey, Paul Brant, Thomas Wade, Marty Howard, Derek Pilgrim, Michael T. Wall, Valerie Sherman and a host of others got their start on our network which goes out to 78 stations daily.

It's interesting to note that with a name like Josie, I just received a call from Nashville form an artist Josie, saying she just recorded one of my songs in her album.

I have a publishing company which is Shane Wilder Music, BMI and have some top writers from Nashville which happens to be my hometown. I specialize in female country material so if you gals are in need of some good songs let me know. Several Canadian artists are now recording my material such as Kathy Kramer and I believe she's from the West Coast of Canada.

Keep us in mind for future product and I wish you all the best in your singin' careers,

Program Director : Shane Wilder


Country Crossroads

FM 106.5 Deurne Netherlands

Dear Linda (Ambassador Records)

Thanks for sending me the CD, from "Peter Solmes" - A Canadian Heart -. I appreciate this CD very much. I received it in August and I'm sorry for the late reaction but I am very busy. I play the CD already a couple of times a week and Peter was the new singer of the month for December. I think he is a big contribution to the program.

A Short review: Peter Solmes is a man with great voice and an excellent feeling for different styles. What he brings on the CD "A Canadian Heart" is a class A performance and a great contribution to the Country Music over all. I can only say "Go On Peter".

Please send some promo's on cassette from Peter Solmes to promote him and it makes the program more special.

With country regards from the Netherlands

Pete Spaan (Program Director)