Music Industry News Network [03-11-2013]
Country Newcomer Lisa Matassa Makes National TV Debut On MARIE - March 13
Nashville, TN (March 11, 2013) -- Country newcomer Lisa Matassa makes her national television debut on the Hallmark Channel's MARIE show March 13 at 12 noon ET / 11 a.m. CT. Lisa and her band perform her current hit single, the high-energy "Somebody's Baby," and Lisa and Marie chat about the "adventures" involved in mixing a music career with motherhood.
"Marie is absolutely charming, gorgeous and gracious in person," notes Matassa. "I have been a fan of the show since it started last year and am so excited that I was invited to be on. Marie is undoubtedly an entertainment icon, but she is also an amazing woman."
Matassa has her own share of amazing qualities. With over 6 million YouTube video views (including 3 million views of "Somebody’s Baby") and two #1 videos on CMT.com, Lisa is no stranger to Country audiences. She has shared the stage with Dierks Bentley, Leann Rimes, Eric Church, Ronnie Dunn and most recently, Lee Brice.
Her current CD, SOMEBODY'S BABY, reflects her musical journey through a collection of songs that are both personal and dynamic. The "Somebody's Baby" single is currently #1 on iHeartradio/Country Chart and has been for the past three weeks. It is also moving up both the Billboard/BDS Indicator and MusicRow charts. In addition, the second cut off the EP, “Wouldn’t You Like To Know” is currently #2 on iHeartradio/Country Chart. Radio.com is playing "Somebody's Baby" on three of its channels and Aol Radio "New Country First" is spinning it in heavy rotation. The video can be seen on AOL, The Country Network (TCN), Yahoo! and YouTube.
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