Kathryn Caine and Sheryl Crow!
Kathryn Caine's music gets airplay on radio station also airing Sheryl Crow, , Tori Amos, Tracy Chapman, Jill Sobule, Jonatha Brooke, Aimee Mann, Amy Kuney, Fisher, Dido, Duffy, Fleetwood Mac, Carole King, Aretha Franklin, Heart
As of Monday, November 30th 2009, Kathryn’s music will be played on the station’s country music hour. Kathryn Caine’s music is scheduled for the show, every Monday, through the next couple of months. Women on Substance will use the one hour to highlight only the newest and hottest Indie tracks. The show airs as The Modern Country Show; Mondays 2-3 PM Pacific.
In addition, starting December 3rd of 2009- Kathryn Caine’s music crosses genres on the same station. Her popular music will ALSO be featured (every Thursday night for the next few months) on the stations ‘Folk Show’ from 4-5 PM Pacific Time.
Women of Substance Radio is a popular online radio station who are selective with their endorsements. Kathryn Caine, and her music, are featured along side such dignified artists like Sarah McLachlan, Jewel, Indigo Girls, Aslyn, Madonna, Sheryl Crow, Tori Amos, Tracy Chapman, Jill Sobule, Jonatha Brooke, Aimee Mann, Amy Kuney, Fisher, Dido, Duffy, Fleetwood Mac, Carole King, Aretha Franklin, Heart.
Women of Substance Radio is a streaming, online radio station which airs 24/7 on the Live365 Network. Women Of Substance features label artists and Indie artists side by side within the playlist giving lesser known artists the opportunity to be heard alongside women who have already been recognized for their excellence in their genre by vxwpp mainstream media. More information can be obtained at www.womenofsubstanceradio.com or via the station’s Facebook page.
With over a decade in the music business, Kathryn Caine has the recognition of opening for Marshall Crenshaw among others. Based out of Virginia, Kathryn's brand of Rock N' Roll mixed with bluegrass, country, and soul- has clenched industry attention. With over a decade in the music business, Kathryn Caine has the recognition of opening for Marshall Crenshaw among others.