My Country has The Blues #1 on The Country Music Main chart

Written by on December 15, 2011 in News, News To Shout About! - 1 Comment

“My Country Has The Blues” By Americana Artist Natasha James
Goes To #1 On The Country Music Main Chart! 

     (LOS ANGELES) –  “My Country Has the Blues,” a stirring ballad by respected Americana/Roots artist Natasha James, has gone to #1 on the New Music Weekly/STS Country Main Chart.

       James is up for consideration for two 2012 Grammy nominations – “Best Country Song”  for  “My Country Has The Blues;” and  “Best New Artist.” Grammy members can go to to vote.

     In “My Country Has the Blues,” James once again shows us she has her finger on the pulse of the human condition, with lyrics as insightful as they are timely and universal, and married to an infectious musical track guaranteed to have you singing along, with the words running in your head long after the song has ended.

      MUSIC NEWS NASHVILLE:  “Recorded by Ronnie Rivera (Lisa Marie Presely) and Stephen Hart (White Stripes, Neville Brothers, John Lee Hooker) at The Site Recording in Marin County and mastered by multiple Grammy winner David Reitzas
(Barbara Streisand, Barry Manilow) at Westlake Studios in Los Angeles, “My Country Has The Blues” is a timely anthem for what is happening all around us in our country, a catchy tune with James’ unique Americana blend of country, blues, roots, and rock.”
Natasha James won 2009 Los Angeles Music Awards “Country Album of the Year” for Tequila Time and 2010 LAMA’s “Producers Choice: Country Songwriter of the Year.”  In 2009 James won the prestigious “AC New Artist” award from New Music Weekly, and a “Top 100 Artists”  nod from magazine industry heavyweight, Music Connection. Tequila Time is still #1 on the respectable Roots Music Chart, and has been now for an incredible six-month period of time!