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Sunday, September 22, 2013

Glass House Week 3 Report September 16th - September 22nd

Glass House Week 3 Report September 16th - September 22nd. 2013

September 22nd, 2013 6am
Margie and Mark,

This week went very well. We have contacted seventy-five radio stations at this time, received eight plays, and are waiting on the number for more of the confirmed plays.

Our focus this week was to begin the e-mails for Live 365 and Pandora's Genome Project. We also worked long and hard on the publications list we received thanks to Kate Smith of Kate Smith Promotions. Her help on this was instrumental in assisting us with our contacted list.

Below are the links to previous reports for your review:

Glass House Campaign Week 1 Report September 2nd - September 8th

Glass House Campaign Week 2 Report September 9th - September 15th

Contacted Stations
This Week - 25
Campaign Total to date - 75

Online Publications
This Week - 141
Campaign Total to date - 169

Twitter/Facebook Promotion
This Week - 14
Campaign Total to date - 27

Other (YouTube, Pinterest, Broadjam etc)
This Week - 0
Campaign Total to date - 10

If you have any questions, you can reach us via e-mail or phone.

Thank you,

Bill Morton
Co-Owners of Bill Morton Promotions
(773) 850-0029

Contacted Stations

Stations Contacted: 25
Online: 23
Mail-in: 2
Stations Responded: 0
Confirmed Plays: 0
Waiting on Response: 25

Previously Contacted:
Stations Contacted: 50
Online: 33
Mail-in: 17
Stations Responded: 7
Confirmed Plays: 8
Waiting on Response:43

The stations that are being contacted this week are as follows:

1. 96.9 Fm the Rogue online

2. Q100.3 FM email

3. KCST 106.9 FM email

4. KSHL 97.5 FM email

5. 103.7 NRQ email

6. KWVR email

7. KVAS 1230 AM The Eagle mail

8. Elkhorn Media group email

9. KBDN online

10. KTIL 95.9FM email

11. k103 online

12. KLCC mail

13. KRVM email

14. Cumulus (NRQ) email

15. KLCC 89.7 FM email

16. Coast Radio (KCFM) email

17. KGBR 93.7FM online

18. KQFM Hermiston College email

19. Basin Mediactive online

20. KBCH 1400 AM

21. KCRF 96.7 FM

23. KNPT 1310 FM 

24. KYTE 102.7 FM

25. KWOP 820 AM

Diana Broomfield
4:54 PM (22 hours ago)
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Online Publications

We sent the following Press Release to 132 contacts in California that Kate of Kate Smith Promotions was kind enough to give us. Next week will be the last week we send out e-mails for Publications. 


I am a Chicago-based radio promoter looking to get Glass House the promotion they desire for their CD, Long Way Down.

I am reaching out to you about the band, Glass House. Glass House is a two person band with vocalist David Worm and guitarist Mark Vickness.

David Worm- Biography

A native of Oakland California, David began his singing career in 1985 with the Bay Area groups Jazz Mouth and Vocal Front. In 1989 he became a founding member of Bobby McFerrin's Voicestra and has remained a regular performer with McFerrin, featured on recordings, videos, and touring internationally. Most recently, David performed with McFerrin at the San Francisco debut of McFerrin’s Vocabularies with the Pacific Mozart Ensemble. 

David is also a founding member of the a cappella group, SoVoSo, an internationally acclaimed vocal ensemble which has released six albums and tours worldwide. Other current performing projects include touring and teaching in the innovative improvisational trio, WeBe3, where he teams up with dear friends and vocal powerhouses Rhiannon and Joey Blake, collaborating with spoken word artist PC Munoz and his band Left Hook, and singing and performing with the Bay Area's Miribai Ensemble. David has over fifty recording credits as a session singer, vocal percussionist, and writer, and his original music has been recorded by groups both nationally and internationally.

David has worked extensively with the Bay Area dance community, having scored or co-written numerous full-length works for Robert Moses' Kin (one of these projects being a recipient of the Isadora Duncan Award), Oberlin Dance, Tandy Beal, Project Bandaloop (an Isadora Duncan Award nominee), Cherie Carson, June Watanabe, and Suzanne Gallo. David's music has also been used in scoring the film documentaries "StepUp" for Canadian director Tamas Wormser, and "Love Francesca" for producer Julie LaSalle.

David has taught improvisational singing and vocal percussion at the Omega Institute in New York, The Esalen Institute in Big Sur California, and regularly teaches vocal improvisation and vocal percussion in schools and other places of learning throughout the U.S. and Europe.

Mark Vickness

Taught from an early age (he began his studies in classical piano at age six) to broaden his musical horizons as much as possible, Mark is a multi-instrumentalist, songwriter and composer with a huge musical range developed over years of study, recording and performance. With a master’s degree in composition, Mark has written scores from simple pieces for piano and voice to large jazz ensembles to a concerto for North Indian Tabla, from large-scale ballets to documentary film scores. He has years of experience in world music having performed in West African Drum ensembles, an Indonesian Gamelan orchestra, and as a sitarist and tabla player. A classically trained guitarist, his principle influences are Michael Hedges, Pat Metheny, John Mclaughlin, Joe Pass and Ralph Towner. Mark has led rock bands, jazz bands, experimental improvisational groups and everything in between. He plays a custom-made eight string guitar/bass, a Michael Greenfield G4 fan fret six-string and a Duane Noble eleven-string harp guitar. He is endorsed by Greenfield Guitars.

Mark began writing songs at age twelve inspired initially by iconic songwriters including James Taylor, Joni Mitchell, Elton John and Pete Townsend. 

Glass House website:

I've also attached a few MP3's of their music.

Please consider an article on him, for David truly does have a lot of talent. 

You can reach me at any of the below contact sources. 

Thank you,

Autumn Davids
Bill Morton Promotions

(773) 850-0029

Po Box 268292
Chicago IL 60626-8292

"Getting your name known, your voice heard, and your message understood."

Monday, September 16, 2013

Twitter/Facebook Promotion

We retweeted 5 tweets from the Glass House twitter as well as tweeting 8 originals on the Bill Morton Promotions twitter page. We also re-tweeted a post from the Glass House facebook page.

  1. Thanks to for reviewing our new single "Long Way Down". You can read the full article here:

  2. To learn about the great collaborations that made our new album possible, visit our new Bios section:

  3. We've added our debut cd 'Questions' to our new website. You can hear samples of each song by visiting:
  1. Here's another video from the bench room at Greenfield Guitars in Montreal:

  2. Check out this video from our recent Montreal show:
  3. Like modern folk music? Check out Glass House- Long Way Down!
  4. Visit to participate in Glass House's CD giveaway
  5. Bill Morton Promotions is representing Glass House- Long Way Down!
  6. Hear what Glass House artists's David and Mark have to say!
  7. Radio Stations, securely download Glass House here:
  8. Long Way Down is a tour de force of Mark Vickness’s intricate, layered guitars and David Worm’s soaring, blues-inflected vocals.
  9. Glass House's artists, Mark Vickness and David Worm perform!

  • Glass House's artists, Mark Vickness and David Worm perform!
    While touring the release of their new record "Long Way Down", Glass House (Mark Vickness & David Worm) passed through Montréal to play The Greenfield Guitar...

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