XPO RADIO CHARTS: From Heather Whitley & Ronnie Gibson: with less than 5 hrs..

Outlet

Outlet (Photo credit: Angela de Março)

#2………………# 1   less than 5 hours!  We are in the number two spot. With less than 5 hrs, to go please go to register as fan, http://xporadio.com , go to the rock genre, click on “Outlets”, while song is playing, click on ( add to playlist)! Thanks! For All the support! H & R

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We have been on this internet radio site for a long time and just now gaining a following. At the end of each month the number one song in each genre,as well as the number one song in the top forty, receives a cash prize. As of right now we are number one in the rock genre, as well as the top forty. We are keeping our fingers crossed, getting the word out the best we can and keeping our eye on the prize.

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2) Outlets
Ronnie&Heather Gibson
genre: Rock

“Play_Rewind_Eject” – Acoustic, Rock, Pop – (Solo Artist From The South East)

“After almost 10 years playing in a rock band I had a mountain of untouched songs, ideas and lyrics that I really wanted to work on” enthuses Pete Thompson who writes, records and performs under the name play_rewind_eject. “I didn’t want to make music that just sounded the same as the band I was in so I took an adventure into the world of samples, midi and synths to create something a little bit different” he continued. play_rewind_eject is certainly different to your average solo singer/songwriter and the free ‘Never Before but Maybe Again’ album and ‘Chelsea Bikes’ EP are fine examples of that. Released as free downloads by Oh Mercy! Records and available from http://www.playrewindeject.com, they give a great introduction to his music and styles. Influenced by a range of acts, from 60’s mods The Small Faces through to Leonard Cohen, play_rewind_eject has ventured back into the studio in 2012 to record demos for his next album, Back to Forward and preparing for more live shows. “I’ll be hitting the live circuit in March and I can’t wait to get up on the stage and deliver these songs”.
All play_rewind_ejects music has been mastered by Pete Maher (U2, The Killers, Scissor Sisters, Charlie Simpson, Jack White and Depeche Mode) of Topfloor Music who was more than happy to apply his magic to the finished mixes “Anyone with good taste will appreciate this. I honestly don’t think songwriting and production gets better”. With accolades like this from industry professionals it could be an interesting journey for play_rewind_eject over the coming months.

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“Tips” – Song By: Ronnie & Heather Whitley Gibson

open your hands to receive loose change
tips are scattered on the ground, tips are rearranged
the tip of your tongue, tipping your hat
the tip of a dogs tail, the same with a cat
the tip of your fingers wipe your eyes
living by guidelines, tips from signs
the tip that gives information
moving to the past, tip of creation

tip of the needle stabs the skin
connected to a tip showing where you’ve been
before the very end the tip comes first
tip of the land where oceans swallow the earth

where is the tip, where is the end
broken objects tipping over in the wind
the tip of your toes and the tip of your head
meaningless words, all tips broken

before you reach the end you receive the tip

Take A Listen To “Tips”

“Elephant Ears Missing” – Song By: Ronnie and Heather Whitley Gibson

This is an older song of ours and it’s not the best recording we have. We lost the master file to the song so we do plan on re-recording it asap. When the song came out it got a lot of attention and opened a lot of eyes on just what kind of songs we could write. Please feel free to leave some feedback. Thanks and enjoy!

the unforeseen, folded and creased
the unforeseen, folded and creased

he smell himself, his shelling skin
molting snake, lashed, drying stems
swollen morning, eyes, crusted gems
rose colored cake, half mooned, stars pinned

the icing, butter churned race
where mercury melts, small signature slips
where blood once flowed, and flies bit
his elephant ears missing
his elephant ears missing

bloated and salted, Wednesday sun
an outpost, a harpoon sky
rebuilds a break, tattoo revised
stolen poems

watery lines, diseases left out
river chimes, one slow guitar
words undone, time dawned domain
his elephant ears missing
his elephant ears missing

a sewed costume, a hanging spoon
what an elephant hears
what an elephant hears

roles renamed, fingers shared hands
so brittle they play, together dis banned
the licensed, and unarranged
missing elephant ears

hovering, in post pone rain
breath cradled, the pro paned pain
thickness of snow, moaned and moved
elephant ears missing
elephant ears missing

what an elephant hears
what an elephant hears
what an elephant hears
what an elephant hears

Take A Listen To “Elephant Ears Missing”

“Outlets” – Song By: Ronnie & Heather Whitley Gibson

your putting on makeup to get another face
do you open doors with the changes you make
you can overload if your plugged into the wall
sending a donation, or joining a cause

are you careless when you kiss
everybody has their own regrets
feeling with your fingertips
light another cigarette
does it make you nervous when you have to turn to one of your outlets

we all walk the balance beam, we all fall down
trapped inside the universe and stars are all around
when you have to talk to strangers do you change your voice
making a decision when you have no choice

absorbing what’s around you, all you give is what you get
maybe read a good book
you enjoy the silence
wear it like a uniform
everybody has their outlets

working all day long, money has a lot of value
someone is a taker, and the people are a part of you
can you sit still when nothing’s getting done
is your clothing comfortable, your words are like a gun

anything can happen saying what they want to hear
use your sense of smell, using your eyes, using your ears
be careful what you do because your to close to the sun
we all need our outlets

do you need brand new shoes because you want to run away
does the wind embrace you
when you sing a sad song
did the wind erase you
we all need outlets

we all walk the balance beam, we all fall down
trapped inside the universe and stars are all around
when you have to talk to strangers do you change your voice
making a decision when you have no choice

anything can happen saying what they want to hear
use your sense of smell, using your eyes, using your ears
be careful what you do because your to close to the sun
we all need our outlets

we all need outlets
everybody needs outlets

Take A Listen To “Outlets”