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with Stuart Cameron

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Each month, a new compilation of the Hot Disc is distributed to over 800 DJs &
Country Music industry professionals throughout Europe & Australia.



Each week the industry experts rate the songs submitted over the previous 3 months & two charts are
compiled. The charts are distributed weekly in over
6 major European Country Music publications
including
Country Music People, Pathfinder, Up Country, Southern Country, Country
Routes
, Country Music & More, and on various Internet websites.
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Tops European HotDisc Charts
for 3rd week in a row

1st Week
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June 6, 2011
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2nd Week


June 13, 2011
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3rd Week


June 20, 2011
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June 6, 2011


1st Week at #1



See complete list of Top 40 songs

 



 


June 13, 2011


2nd Week at #1




Full Article Below


2nd Week at #1




See complete list of Top 40 songs




Billboard Country Charts for the Week
#11 Position

TOBY KEITH
"Somewhere Else"

 
 


 


June 20, 2011


3rd Week at #1




Full Article Below

3rd Week at #1



See complete list of Top 40 songs




Billboard Country Charts for the Week
#13 Position

TOBY KEITH
"Somewhere Else"

 





June 27, 2002
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History behind the song & how it made it on the EMS Top 40 Charts


Back in
May of 2002, T. Paul Matson was approached by Victor Gray (Cobweb Records) & Stuart Cameron (Hot Disc/Radio Caroline) about placing one of T. Paul's songs on the June 2002 HOT DISC.

The song chosen was called
" I WON'T FALL DOWN" which was written in protest of the dishonest nature of the American Music Industry (Nashville) and the industry people who run it. SEE BIOGRAPHY FOR MORE DETAILS

In 1997, T. Paul had been invited to record 6 songs in Nashville by the former Manager of a prominent Country Band. Muscians hired for these recordings included
the members of Lorretta Lynn's band, the Grande Ole Opry's Fiddle Player and other very talented musicians.

As the recordings progressed, the Manager & the producer became at odds with one another over who would sign T. Paul to an Exclusive management agreement. Each tried to secretly convince T. Paul to sign an exclusive management agreement without the knowledge of the other person.

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