In promotion of the new hit single 'Good Times' from the 'What The Funk?' CD release by Stevie Hawkins on Emphasis Records, an 'Exclusively Radio' page has been incorporated into the Stevie Hawkins website. Radio personnel can listen to samples, then request the CD or downloads of individual tracks from the CD or an entire album download. The CD and download requests are exclusively for Radio Personnel (Program Directors, Music Directors and DJs), and are offered in three encodings of; 128kbps, 256kbps and 320kbps. No login is required.
There is definitely a buzz circulating around the globe about the new hit single 'Good Times' as well as other tracks from the Stevie Hawkins 'What The Funk?' CD release on Emphasis Records.
Stevie Hawkins & The Funk It Be Monks are gaining momentum with new radio airplay, new fans and song likes added daily. DJs, PDs, new fans and listeners are talking about the release, spanning a wide range of age groups.
Geographically, marketing stat reports currently show 29 U.S. states for radio airplay, fan and listener bases, with key break-in states; California, New York, Texas, Florida, Nevada, Minnesota, Washington, Illinois, Kentucky, Virginia, West Virginia, Arizona, Montana, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Kansas, Missouri, Ohio, Michigan, Alabama and North Carolina, dictating the current highest percentages.
On the international level, key stat report countries for airplay, new fan and listener base are UK, Australia, Brazil, Mexico, Japan, Sweden, The Netherlands, Denmark, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Israel, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, Italy, Peru, Venezuela, Serbia-Montenegro, Ireland, Zimbabwe, France, Jamaica, Panama, Canada, Russia, Ethiopia, Uruguay, Trinidad and Tobago, Indonesia, Morocco, Dominican Republic, Nigeria, Thailand, and Republic of Korea dictating the current highest percentages.
Stat reports also indicate the age group percentages breakdown to be of a wide range, spanning from ages 18 to 65. Listener and fan audience age group 18 to 24 mark up 10 percent, age group 25 to 34 mark up 20 percent, age group 35 to 44 mark up 30 percent, equally age group 45 to 54 mark up 30 percent, age group 55 to 65+ mark up 10 percent. Gender stats show the male and female listening audiences being split equally at 50/50, with the female gender marking up the higher 50 percent.
'What The Funk?' embodies the influences of Funkadelic, Sly & The Family Stone, Tower of Power, Al Green, Bobby Bland, Marvin Gaye and others. ‘What The Funk?’ was written and recorded over a two year period in (New York - LA - Atlanta - Nashville - Barbados - Boston), and features Stevie with a fabulous lineup of guest artists and musicians. Those appearing on the album include; Soul Diva Jocelyn Brown, Sista Monica Parker, Tony Lindsay, D'Layna, Keith Harris, Funk Dogg, Cooley, Jaroslav Jakubovic, The Blues Brothers Horns, The Memphis Horns, Joe Vitale, Thiago Pinheiro, Jetro da Silva, Butch Taylor, Tyrone Chase, Anthony Vitti, Sal Giorgiani, Jennifer Corsaro, Ralph Rosen, Delicious Allstars, Sanj Sen, Chuck Webb and others.
There is definitely a buzz circulating around the globe about the new hit single 'Good Times' from the Stevie Hawkins 'What The Funk?' CD release on Emphasis Records. A new music video for the single 'Good Times' is soon to be released.