9. December 2013 By Walter Price 0

Your GTC Top Ten: Week of 2 – 8 December 2013

James Harries – ‘Growing Pains’
(Own It)
Talk about an interesting seven days, this past week has been straight up wild over here at The GTC. 

We watched as one of The GTC’s very first interviews, with the amazing James Harries, catch fire and rise to the top of the reader leader standings. Two factors are at play here. One, James Harries is a singer-songwriter you should have in your record collection and the second being  that James has been killing it out on the road recently and It seems he has been building on his already impressive fan-base. Cheers to you James! 

Another great outcome from the past week is that the masses are finding The Beatles Man Ken Michaels‘s weekly US syndicated radio program “Every Little Thing” is the definitive show for any Beatles fan. We can dig it!

Then there were the amazing artists who took time out of their busy schedules to chat with us and we are happy to share their music and stories with you. So , thank you The Temperance MovementA.D. RowntreeSummer Camp and Hurricane Love….A wide variety of sounds and backgrounds, just the way we like it! 

The Christmas and holiday seasons are upon us now and we will have some very special messages and holiday sounds from the best artists working today. Look for these to start rolling in at anytime now.

As always, thank you for coming by to check out the goings on over here at The GTC. We truly find you right-on! 

(The GTC Top 10 is based purely on readership numbers)

Your GTC Top 10 Links From Last Week
  1. James Harries: The Cool Guy.
  2. Ken Michaels & The Beatles Come Together.
  3. Hurricane Love, Yes Please!.
  4. Imperial State Electric – ‘Reptile Brain Music’.
  5. Review: Pearl Jam – ‘Lightning Bolt.
  6. The Temperance Movement: Rocks Higher Calling.
  7. A.D. Rowntree In Progress.
  8. Summer Camp: Uh Huh Uh Huh I Like It!.
  9. Million Dollar Quartet 1956.
  10. Review: Horisont – ‘Time Warrior’.
Top Countries of Audience Origins
  1. USA
  2. Germany
  3. Sweden
  4. UK
  5. Italy
  6. France 
  7. Singapore
  8. Canada
  9. Russia
  10. Australia
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