Nashville pop artist, Luckie Boy's debut pop song, “Cry Myself to Sleep” hit number one for the third week on the World Indie Music Top 100 charts!
NASHVILLE, TN, UNITED STATES, October 13, 2020 /EINPresswire.com/ — Twenty-two-year old Nashville pop recording artist, Luckie Boy's debut pop song, “Cry Myself to Sleep” hit number one for the third week on the World Indie Music Top 100 charts for the week of October 12. The number one song was written by hit Nashville songwriter, Thornton Cline. "Cry Myself to Sleep" also hit number two on the Euro Indie Top 100 Music Charts for the same week. The chart is based on radio and TV broadcasts airplay and listener requests from hundreds of stations all over Europe and U. K.
""Cry Myself To Sleep" is the sort of pop record which is built to last. Slower paced, emotively fueled, understated and instantly memorable, in a world of throwaway, saccharine pop, this is something marked out for bigger things, this is something with real longevity. In fact, it feels as if pop is too small a word for it," according to the music review at Musikandfilm.com.
Luckie Boy hails from a small town in Indiana and is a graduate of an audio engineering school in 2018 in Nashville. He has recorded and produced tracks since he was 14 years old when his mother gave him an Apple Mac Pro book. Luckie Boy met hit songwriter, Thornton Cline in Nashville and the two of them began collaborating. Their collaboration resulted in an uptempo pop song they both loved and thought was commercial enough to be produced and recorded. Nashville producer, Levi Bennington produced the tracks and then recorded Luckie Boy. The song was picked up by Musik and Film producer and promoter, Stephen Wrench, a veteran hit producer who once recorded and produced the hit single, “867-5309” for Tommy Tutone.
The World Top 100 Music Charts rankings are comprised of over 250 satellite and terrestrial radio and TV stations reporting from over 80 countries each week. The Euro Indie Top 100 Music Charts rankings are based on over 200 satellite and terrestrial radio stations reporting from 60 countries in the U.K. and Europe and the official top 20 countdown show is aired each week on the European Independent Music Network.
For more information, please contact Stephen Wrench at Stephen@musikandfilm.com
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Source: EIN Presswire