It’s “A Better Place” for Detour Bluegrass Band

It’s “A Better Place” for Detour Bluegrass Band
 
Band Continues to Top the Radio Charts
 
 
Traverse City, MI (January 9, 2013)   Powerhouse bluegrass band, DETOUR, begins the new year with a bang as chart success for their album, A BETTER PLACE continues to pour in. This stellar project is currently: #10 on Bluegrass Unlimited Magazine’s Top 15 Album Chart; appears on Bluegrass Today’s Top Favorite Albums of 2012 by David Morris; is #3 on WYCO Radio’s The Bluegrass Express Top 20 Songs for 2012; and one of Prescription Bluegrass’ Top 15 CDS of 2012.  “Frankly, this band just blew us away,” said Brian McNeal of Prescription Bluegrass.
 
Detour band member and songwriter Jeff
Rose said, “We believe that deejays are truly unsung heroes of the
bluegrass music world and we are deeply grateful for the support that we
have received from them over the past year.”
 
Jeff penned “Quarterline Road” that has been all over numerous charts since the album’s release last year.  It hit #1 twice on Bluegrass Today’s Weekly Top 20 Song chart, is currently at #10 on this month’s Bluegrass Unlimited Top 30 Songs Chart, and has appeared numerous times on Sirius XM’s Bluegrass Junction’s Most Played Tracks chart with the album now appearing on the Most Played Albums chart.
 
Another hot single, “Lovin’ Liza Jane” written by band member Missy Armstrong, is #10 on this month’s Bluegrass Today Top 20 Songs Chart and appeared near the top of SiriusXM Bluegrass Junction’s
Most Played Tracks last month. David Morris of Bluegrass Today
recalled, “Last August, walking from the parking lot toward the stage at
the Gettysburg Bluegrass Festival, I heard a voice that stopped me in
my tracks. It belonged to Missy Armstrong, who I think is destined to
start showing up among the nominees for IBMA Female Vocalist of the
Year. I picked up their album, A BETTER PLACE, that day in the
merchandise tent and it’s been in regular rotation ever since. Jeff Rose
is a talented songwriter, the band is tight and the project is
top-shelf.”
 
DETOUR is donating proceeds from the sales of its song “Homeless Of The Brave
to Goodwill’s Patriot Place project. Patriot Place is a transitional
housing community for Northern Michigan’s homeless veterans.  Detour
recently presented Goodwill with a check for $1,000 which is the first
of what they hope will be many installments.  Radio stations can
download the PSA’s, plus the entire album at AirplayDirect
 
A BETTER PLACE is available for purchase online at itunes, Amazon, Elderly.com, Countysales.com and CDBaby.com.
 
DETOUR is currently on tour and will soon
announce another exciting single release that includes news on an
upcoming music video. Fans are encouraged to visit the band online at
their website, Facebook and Twitter for more news and videos.

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