“Good News Music Radio with Woody Wright” tops 70 station adds!

Peoria, IL (April 18, 2011) – “Good News Music Radio with Woody Wright”, the latest 1-hour radio program produced by Electric Station Records and hosted by singer, songwriter Woody Wright, has now been added by over 70 stations in just 6 months.  While the majority of the stations are in the US and Canada, some of the international locations include stations in England, Scotland, Grenada, Aruba, Guam, Republic of Vanuatu and New Zealand.

“We’re all very thankful for the overwhelmingly positive response,” said E-Station Records President, D. Scott Kramer. “While Woody Wright and I had worked with many of the same studio musicians and singers over the years, we hadn’t officially met until June of 2010.  It was then he graciously accepted our offer to host the label’s new radio program and we had our first session at Gaither Studios in August, 2010.  The first airing of the program was with a Moody Affiliate, WBNH in Pekin, IL on September 4, 2010.  In October, 2010, we started to market the program to stations and then made it available for national and international syndication on January 1, 2011. While we’ve all felt strongly about the program, we’ve been pleasantly surprised by the fast response and positive feedback,” Kramer added.

Each of the hourly programs features music from today’s top southern gospel artists, encouraging ministry, gospel classics from days gone by, a variety of fun program segments and even artist interviews.  Some of the interviews to date have been with Jeff & Sheri Easter, Russ Taff, Guy Penrod, Buddy Greene, Reggie & Ladye Love Smith, David Sutton of the Triumphant Quartet, Kenny Bishop, Larry Strickland of Palmetto State Quartet, Michael Sykes and Stephen Hill.

Also coming in the fall of 2011, is a “Good News Music Radio with Woody Wright” concert series.  Dates have already been established at the Paramount Theatre in Anderson, IN and at Grace Presbyterian Church in Peoria, IL.  Each concert will be formatted after the radio program and will feature music from a variety of artists.

For more information on “Good New Music Radio with Woody Wright”, visit: www.goodnewsmusicradio.com