Whoa-whoa-whoa, on the radio.

YES.com is a website that allows you to track radio airplay. If you’re really interested, you have to keep refreshing, and keep checking quite a bit–the tracks don’t go into any kind of central database, so they don’t last long. And Taylor Hicks has been showing up quite a bit today. One would think that’s to be expected, seeing as how his single “Just To Feel That Way” is said rumored alleged to be released to radio any day now. But nay–in fact, the song making a bit of a brief spin on several radio stations is, in fact, “The Runaround.” One of these spins was on KCLU, a California college radio station. Pretty cool for Taylor. I don’t see any of his songs becoming smash radio hits, but it’s always nice for him to get the exposure.

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2 Responses to “Whoa-whoa-whoa, on the radio.”


  1. 1 MaryS-NJ January 12, 2007 at 5:11 pm

    Gotta love NPR and Fresh Air is my favorite shows! I wish they had picked a different song to showcase, or a different clip, because the beginning of The Runaround is the least interesting part, in my opinion. I’m glad to hear Taylor getting radio play.

  2. 2 SunnyLovesSoul January 14, 2007 at 3:48 am

    How ironic is it that – no single released, then JTFTW called and the only one ya actually hear about – The Runaround. It is a cool Taylor type tune and glad SOMETHING is getting on the radio. I mean for F*cks’ sake do ‘they’ think Everyone watched Idol?

    Man, I’m not sure who’s running the T.Hicks publicity campaign but, hey – sinking ships need life rafts not cement weights. Get on the gettin-up and release already. sheesh.


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