BOOMERoom.com LAUNCHES WORLD’S 1st “ NEWdies® ” RADIO STATION TARGETS AGE 50+ MUSIC FANS FEATURES CLASSIC ARTISTS & THEIR NEW HIT SONGS
Landmark Station To Promote Playlist from Over 10 Million Songs and 25,000 Classic Branded Artists
In the current world of television and radio that caters to younger generations, an entire era of music from boomer and gen-x classic artists has been ignored…not been heard nor exposed nor even available to listeners and fans…which is why the BOOMERoom® Music Network (www.BOOMERoom.com) has created and launched the first “ Newdies® ” Radio Station, a place where generations of music listeners and fans around the world can hear their favorite classic artists and their new songs, distinct from their oldies.
Artists such as Stevie Nicks, Dionne Warwick, Journey, The Rolling Stones, Bryan Adams, Petula Clark, Bobby Rydell, Stevie Wonder, Glen Campbell, Phil Collins, Dion, Blondie, Tina Turner, Neil Diamond, Dolly Parton, Aerosmith, Lionel Ritchie, Cher, Anne Murray, Bon Jovi, Paul McCartney, Tom Jones, Reba McIntire, Kenny Rogers, Olivia Newton-John, Ringo Starr, Donna Summer, Elton John, Aretha Franklin, Cyndi Lauper, ELO, Brian Wilson, U2, New Kids on the Block, Shania Twain, and yes, even Michael Jackson are part of the historical catalog of over 25,000 artists and 10 million songs the “ Newdies® ” Radio Station has in store for fans and listeners who log on.
According to Alan B. Scharf, creator and founder of “ Newdies® Radio ” and the BOOMERoom® Music Network, “Great melodies, great lyrics and great talent makes for great music, regardless of age. And classic artists still know how to make great music!”
He added, “These classic artists who ruled the American music scene from the 1950’s to the 1990’s, who have paid their dues over the years, and are world renowned, do not have a place to properly promote their music, and we finally created a home and a destination to do just that!”
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