Northern Idaho Retreat Records Rising Hit

Northwest rock band VanMarter Project’s single "Guaranteed Tomorrow" moves from #75 to #57 in its third week and is #3 Most Added Song on the FMQB chart.

Spokane, WA, March 16, 2012 --( The upcoming rock band VanMarter Project signed on Hydrus Media is gaining momentum and expecting to break the Top 40 soon. In its third week of release to national radio, “Guaranteed Tomorrow” has jumped to #57 (+84) and is the #3 Most Added Song on the FMQB Adult Contemporary (AC) chart for the week of March 12, 2012.

“Guaranteed Tomorrow” appears on VanMarter Project’s debut album "Don't Look Back,” recorded at the world-class destination studio Cider Mountain Recorders in Athol, Idaho. Members of VanMarter Project enjoyed the 34’ x 48’ live room and 7 isolation rooms with an impressive array of vintage and modern equipment assembled by legendary studio designer Chris Pelonis. The scenic solitude of the resort accommodations, 24 hour recording studio access, and various recreational outlets offered a creative retreat from the outside world. “There were many long days spent in the studio and some great memories were made, one of the best was on the last day when our family and friends were able to visit. It was wonderful to share the experience with them,” says A.J. Webster, lead guitarist of VanMarter Project.

Preparations through Hydrus Media are underway for the upcoming 2012 Don’t Look Back Tour. VanMarter Project has also committed to playing fundraiser concerts for select schools this year to raise money for their music and performing arts programs. As an Affiliate Artist for Empty Vessel Music, a 501(c)3 For Impact organization dedicated to music education, appreciation and intervention for at risk youth, the band members believe music education is invaluable to children. The band will return to Idaho for a fundraiser concert at Caldwell High School at 7pm on April 6, 2012.

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