Hillcrest 73 Mix selection of the latest country music tracks.
All tracks are available for radio DJ promotions throughout the world. Hillcrest is owned and operated by singer/songwriter, producer and recording artist Ross Allen.
Ross is a leading country music radio promoter. He brings the music of quality country music artistes to country music radio stations worldwide. Get in touch with us if your radio friendly track has that appealing factor.
Hillcrest Mix tracks promoted include: , I’m In Trouble – Shelley Jones Band, Could It Be My Eyes Are Lyin’ – Vicki Lee. Have You Seen This Man – Manson Grant. No One Loves Here Any More – Don Allen, You Suit Me Well – Steve Roberson and Karen Tobin.
What Can I Do – Jene West, Get Out Of My Way – Gert-Jan Van Gastel. . Honky Tonk Town - Johnny Bush
Country music has a long history in Canada. The genre evolved out of the diverse musical practices of the Appalachian region of the United States.
Appalachian folk music was largely Scottish and Irish, with an important influence also being the African American country blues. Parts of Ontario, British Columbia and the Maritime provinces shared a tradition with the Appalachian region and country music became popular quite quickly in these places.
This style of country music became very popular in Canada over the next couple of decades. Later popular Canadian country stars range from Stompin’ Tom Connors to Tom Jackson to Shania Twain to Rick Tippe.
Radio and television stations in Canada which play country music, however, are often more flexible in how they define the genre than their counterparts in the United States. (Wikipedia).