Women of Substance Radio has been on the air for 4 years. We broadcast 24/7 on the Live365 Network and iTunes Radio garnering fans from all over the world. WOSRadio plays the BEST female artists, both label and Indie, in all genres. We hand-pick all of our music starting with icons of the past like Carole King, Joni Mitchell, Carly Simon, Fleetwood Mac, Heart, Tracy Chapman, Mariah Carey, No Doubt, Tori Amos, Sarah McLachlan, Jewel, Michelle Branch, Kelly Clarkson, Sara Bareilles, Colbie Caillat, Adele, Carrie Underwood, Amy Winehouse, Feist, Christina Perri and so many more. We take submissions from Indies and our review board selects only the best quality artists and songs that can stand up next to the forementioned superstars. Indie artists we have chosen early in their career have gone on to be Top 24 on American Idol, win second place on the Bravo show Platinum Hit, and one artist is currently a chosen contestant on NBC's The Voice.
Substance can be defined as "significant quality with the implication of a hidden or special significance." Music of Substance is not just entertainment or fluff, but has an essental "core" brimming with heart, soul, and spirit.
Women of Substance are female performers who deliver high quality music that speaks to the listener through vocal excellence, depth of character and emotion, and lyrics that leave a lasting impression. This includes Label Artists, Indies and Unsigned artists alike.
Women of Substance Radio is a streaming, online radio station which airs 24/7 on the Live365 Network and iTunes Radio. Women Of Substance Internet Radio features label artists and Indie artists in all genres side by side, giving emerging talent the opportunity to be heard alongside women who have already been recognized for their excellence in their genre by mainstream media.
Our listeners enjoy many different genres. The only criteria is that we play great songs. We develop and promote many genre-specific and topical shows. See our show schedule below.
Hit Tracks Recently Added: Carrie Underwood (Good Girl, Two Black Cadillacs), Sarah McLachlan (Forgiveness, Changes), Kelly Clarkson (Catch My Breath, Dark Side), Taylor Swift (Begin Again, I Knew You Were Trouble), Sara Bareilles (Lie To Me, Stay), Adele (Don't You Remember, Rumour Has It), Katy Perry (Wide Awake, Part Of Me), Lady Gaga (You And I), Jessie J (Price Tag, Mama Knows Best), Beyonce (Love On Top, If I Were A Boy), Miranda Lambert (Baggage Claim, Over You), Missy Higgins (Temporary Love, Watering Hole), Alicia Keys (Girl On Fire), Ellie Goulding (Lights), Grace Potter (Stars), Haley Reinhart (Free), Pink (Blow Me One Last Kiss, Try), Jazmine Sullivan (Stuttering), ZZ Ward (Put Down The Gun) and lots of classics by artists like Portishead, Joni Mitchell, Melissa Etheridge, Celine Dion, Martina McBride, Christina Aguilera, Kate Bush, Heart, Diana Ross, & so many more.
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Nashville-based singer-songwriter Jessica Campbell's second album, The Anchor & The Sail, is in stores on April 30, 2013. The album traces romantic relationships from balmy beginnings to painfully complex ends with bold emotionality. “The album title represents life,” says Campbell. “There are things that hold us back and weigh us down, anchors...and things that let us move forward, sails. The music on this album represents a reflection on past relationships in light of my recent marriage.”
Produced by longtime creative collaborator Cason Cooley (Katie Herzig, Mat Kearney, Matthew Perryman Jones, Sixpence None The Richer, Andrew Peterson)—Cooley also worked with Campbell on her 2009 debut EP and the follow-up Great Escape LP—the album was recorded over six weeks in Nashville, with the two meticulously tailoring each song’s production aesthetic. The Anchor & The Sail was carefully culled from a pool of songs birthed from a flood of creativity. The album refines the whimsical pop of her previous album but also adds elegantly essential acoustic songs reflective of her intimate live shows.
Special guest, singer-songwriter Dave Barnes (Grammy-nominated for “God Gave Me You”), is featured on the song “Mississippi.”
In the midst of writing for the new album, in April 2012 Campbell signed a worldwide co-publishing agreement with Franklin-based The MWS Group, the publishing company owned by acclaimed artist Michael W. Smith. Campbell previously won “Best Song” in the esteemed USA Songwriting Competition. She’s had a self-penned song cut by Gordon Mote, the two-time Academy of Country Music Awards’ Piano Player of the Year. She has had songs placed in ABC’s Ugly Betty, CW’s Hart of Dixie, CBC’s (Canada) Heartland, CMT’s Melissa & Tye, and VH-1’s Tough Love New Orleans. Her 2011 album Great Escape climbed to the #5 spot on the iTunes singer-songwriter chart. She’s been profiled in American Songwriter magazine, Nashville Scene, and Oklahoma Gazette. Brite Revolution says: “Campbell has the ability to turn the sentence of your day from ellipsis to exclamation point.”
Campbell was born and raised in the one-stoplight town of Catawba, North Carolina, where she grew up singing gospel, country, show tunes, and singing in competitions. She attended college and graduate school at Middle Tennessee State University outside of Nashville, while continuing her musical journey—writing songs, recording, performing at Dollywood (Dolly Parton’s theme park), singing song demos, leading music at church, and touring.www.twitter.com/jcampbellmusic | www.youtube.com/