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The Jim Ivins Band Goes to Radio and Gives Away Free Music
Following glowing reviews from Indie Music Reviewer, Melodic.net and Skope Magazine, among others, Everything We Wanted - available at iTunes and Spotify - goes to radio with the singles "Run," "The Sight of Fire," and "Lost My Mind" hoping to light up the CMJ charts this summer. Says Ivins, "we are so proud of Everything We Wanted. We think it's a great fit for the CMJ radio audience and we can't wait to see where this takes us."
To celebrate, the boys from Virginia are rewarding fans old and new by offering a FREE 4-song summer sampler through Noisetrade. Simply head to noisetrade.com/thejimivinsband to download the tracks - "Run" from Everything We Wanted, "Back To Reality" from their 2009 self-titled EP, a re-recording of "The Chance" from the 2009 set and "Moving" a single only available previously on the 2010 charity compilation Songs of Life: The Kathy Ivins Project, produced by Bill Leverty of 90's rockers Firehouse.
As is the norm with Noisetrade, you can get the tracks for free or for a price of your choice, and can also send tweets and Facebook statuses about the sampler.
Since 2007, The Jim Ivins Band have been making a name for themselves in Virginia and beyond, scoring rave reviews and sharing the stage with national acts like Parachute, Carolina Liar, The Rocket Summer, Cracker, The Ataris, Mae, Carbon Leaf, Pat McGee Band, He Is We and Every Avenue. Their 2009 EP was engineered and mixed by Grammy Award- winning engineer Michael Congdon and features additional production from The Early November’s Ace Enders.
For all updates, tour dates, music and more, check out The Jim Ivins Band at facebook.com/thejimivinsband and be sure to follow Jim on Twitter @jimivins
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