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10 More Radio Stations This Week Playing The Neon Suns... 



10 More Radio Stations This Week Playing The Neon Suns including:

WBNY in Buffalo, NY
WBOR in Brunswick ME
WFCS in New Britain CT
WLFR in Galloway NJ
WMSR in Auburn AL
WRBC in Lewiston ME
WRPI in Troy NY
WSPN in Saratoga Springs NY
WVUD in Newark DE
WAMH in Amherst MA

More to come…

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Lynn Hoffman Loves...

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Tom's friend Lynn Hoffman, who is the host of A&E's Emmy-nominated Private Sessions, is featuring Tom's music on her Lynn Loves page at LynnHoffmanEntertainment.com. Lynn has interviewed a virtual who's who of the music and entertainment industry, including Sting, John Mellencamp, Ringo Starr, Sheryl Crow, Train, Dustin Hoffman, Michael Douglas, and many more. Check out Lynn's fantastic new website by clicking here or on the photo of her above with Sting.

Felicia Collins of Letterman Show

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Felicia Collins, seen nightly as the guitarist and vocalist for Paul Shaffer & The CBS Orchestra on Late Show with David Letterman, joined The Neon Suns recently for their show at The Living Room in NYC. Felicia became a fan of Tom's music after seeing him perform solo acoustic many times in midtown Manhattan. The two of them clicked personally and musically, so Felicia offered to bring her incredible talent to the stage for a packed audience at the signature singer-songwriter venue in NYC. Expect to see Felicia perform at future outings of The Neon Suns soon.

Song on Showtime

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Tom Glynn's song Remember When was featured on the most recent season of the popular Showtime series Californication. The song appears in Episode 8 of Season 4 in the final scene of the show. You can watch a trailer of that episode by clicking on the Californication image above or here. A live performance video of the song is available on the Video page.

New Interview

Read an in-depth interview with Tom at Kindicted about his music and his work as the voice of the Kindle. Many thanks to David Pogue of the New York Times for tweeting it to his 1.6 million followers.