Here you will be introduced to great
talents that are lesser known or completely unknown to many. For one reason or another
they seem to have fallen into the cracks of the Nashville sidewalks. It's darn hard to
hear them from there, isn't it? Well, it's not hard to hear them on My Kind Of Country.
All you need is the Real Audio
Player and you'll find out what you've been missing! If you know of any sites with
links, waves, or info on anyone listed here please mail me so we can let the rest of the
country fans hear what they're missin'. Let's face it... if you wanna be heard you gotta
make some noise! It is my goal to help make this noise.... to let country music fans know
about these wonderful artists and in my own small way, say "Thank you" to the
singers who have given me and anyone who has heard them hours of pleasure and a lifetime
of keepsakes in their music.
A quick tip: I found out about some of
these artists by going through discount racks. A lot of them I bought on pure instinct and
fortunately, I have been right a lot more than I've been wrong. The bargain hunting
doesn't pay for the artist, but I wouldn't be here extolling their virtues if I hadn't
found them on those racks. Who knows....with your help it could pay off bigger for them in
the long run. :)
Most of these pages were created a very long time ago when MKOC was still in it's infancy.
I have updated info from time to time, but not as much as it should be. I am currently in
the process of updating all the pages with sound bytes and any new info... that is if I have
new info to share. If you've been here before, you'll notice some big changes that have
already been made. Martin Delray now resides on an entire
page, not a little clip and there are song clips from both of his albums, "Get
Rhythm" and "What Kind of Man". Where possible, I have added links where
you can purchase these albums and those of other artists listed here... and believe me, a
couple of years ago, that wasn't an easy task. I guess through enough searching, folks
realized that the music created by these wonderful artists was indeed a commodity. Now, if
only the recording companies that make the albums would wise up, they'd be rolling in
dough 'cause there's a whole new generation of fans for these fine artists!
2: Real Audio no longer works due to the changes in the program files that
Real Media has created. There is no way I am able to reproduce ALL of the
music on this site. I'm so sorry. You can generally find the music on the
person's personal site or on Amazon.com Thank you for understanding. I'm
just one person and only so much I can do on my own.