Plainview, NY, July 20, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Lisa Matassa is the first country music recording artist to emerge from Long Island, New York with her much buzzed about debut country music EP, "Me Time
." "Me Time," a hybrid of country and rock n’ roll sounds featuring A-List musical collaborations, has been added into the reported playlists of more than a dozen country format radio stations throughout the U.S., including New York, North Carolina, Ohio, West Virginia, New Hampshire, Florida, South Carolina, Michigan, Alabama, Missouri, Nebraska, Vermont, Louisiana, Washington, Kentucky, and Texas radio markets (list upon request).
Having just come off of a successful west coast radio promotional tour in the Southern California radio market, Lisa Matassa will be appearing at the following country format radio stations this week:
Wednesday, July 20, 2011:
KIZN Kissin’ 92.3 FM in Boise, Idaho - acoustic performance
KTHK The Hawk 105.5 FM in Idaho Falls, Idaho - acoustic performance
Thursday, July 21, 2011:
KDBR The Bear 106.3 FM in Kalispell, Flathead Valley, Montana - on-air interview and live on-air performance
KIXZ Better Country KIX 96.1 FM in Spokane, Washington - live on-air performance
About Lisa Matassa
At age 19, Lisa Matassa snagged a recording contract under the stage name “Lysa Lynn,” with the independent label Emergency Records which specialized in producing 1980s dance-pop sensations like recording artist Shannon’s dance anthem, “Let The Music Play.” Lisa, herself, enjoyed some early notoriety with two singles, 1987’s “I’ve Got the Hots For You” and 1988’s “Rock Me Baby.” Both singles got national and international airplay and reached the Top 10 on the Dance Music Charts. During this time, Matassa performed numerous shows alongside artists of the day, like Taylor Dayne, Brenda K. Starr, Judy Torres, and TKA.
Lisa eventually put her music career on hold to become a wife and mother of two on New York’s Long Island. Now at 40-something and with stunning good looks, Lisa is conquering the music scene once again with her own unique style that she lovingly calls, "Long Island Country." With two-time Grammy nominated producer, Bobby Guy Graziose, producers Joey Sykes (Meredith Brooks, Third Eye Blind, Don Henley), Tony Bruno (Joan Jett, Enrique Iglesias, Rihanna), and legendary country music songwriter Don Rollins (Alan Jackson’s hit single, “It’s Five O’clock Somewhere”), Lisa has recently released her Extended Play (EP) album, “Me Time.” “Me Time” is an inspired musical compilation of strong, rock-based empowering songs with country undertones.
“Me Time” was released independently through LMA Productions/It Is What It Is Records, and is currently available for purchase at www.lisamatassa.com
and available for download at iTunes
, Amazon MP3, Spotify, MediaNet, eMusic, Zune, Nokia. Shockhound, Napster, iHeartRadio and VerveLife. Visit Lisa Matassa on Facebook
, MySpace, Reverbnation, Twitter and YouTube.
To request MP3s, hard album copies of “Me Time” and other information, or to request an interview, please contact:
Allison Dawn PR