Brooke White’s “Radio Radio” Digital Single Drops Today

Brooke White’s brand-new single, the folksy country-tinged “Radio Radio” is available for download today.   It’s available at both iTunes and Amazon.

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Her upcoming album, High Hopes and Heartbreak comes out July 21.

Get it Here: “Radio Radio” by Brooke White

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14 Comments

  1. Tuesdays are usually the big day for new releases, right? I wonder why that is?

  2. So far, Brooke’s been the only Season 7 contestant to convince me to buy anything. I just really like her voice.

  3. love this song and loooove Brooke. i hope the single does really well for her. she certainly deserves it.

  4. The single appears under “What’s Hot” on iTunes front page – a good way to attract attention from potential buyers. Although I love Brooke, this song isn’t my cup of tea, but I wish her all the luck in the world. I hope it does well for her.

    Anyone know if it had an add date yet? I’m wondering what strategy they are going for with radioplay.

  5. I love this song, too. Just purchased it — finally remembered to hit your itunes link, MJ, so you get whatever it is you get. :)

    I’ll buy her album when it’s out, but I wanted her to have good single sales, so I purchased this one today. I hope she does well.

  6. Does MJ get something if we click from her site?? I know I clicked from her site for the AI concert tickets, but I didn’t really understand why.

  7. This is a very catchy song. I like it. Brooke is awesome. Thanks for posting the i-tunes link mj. :)

  8. I really like Brooke, but I really don’t like this song. It sounds like a Carly Simon demo to me.

    Retro for me (for you?) should evoke an earlier era but bring something new and fresh to the mix. This, like Michael Johns’s new stuff, just sounds old and dated to me.

    Maybe it will grow on me, but I’m just not feelin’ it.

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