Testimonials

Room In The Inn (Homeles Shelter)

Posted on 27. Mar, 2014 by .

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“Your expertise in promoting, organizing, and contributing time and talent helped raise valuable funds for Room In The Inn.  You also helped connect us to a new group of supporters who will help us live out our mission of offering an experience of spirituality, love, hospitality, respect, hope, community and non-violence to Nashville’s homeless community.

Because of your generosity we are able to provide a place of rest, recovery, and growth – a room in the inn – on the journey back home.  For you and your support we continue to be grateful.”

Rachel Hester
Executive Director
Room In The Inn’s Campus for Human Development

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The Villains

Posted on 16. Apr, 2010 by .

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“With Stephen’s knowledge, experience and work ethic in the music business, what could have been a very difficult road for a new band was a lot easier. Stephen and The Service Station are focused on what makes the best sense for your band and how to apply that strategy in a way that produces the most results. With The Villains, that meant over 60 stations playing our 1st single. I’m convinced that what we did with Service Station directly resulted in our eventual record deal with Rock Ridge Music. I highly recommend Service Station to any artist whether new or established.”

Dan Call /Founding member

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Stephen McCord

The Service Station
stephen@entertianmentsercivcestation.com
615-445-3200

            

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Richard Young – Kentucky Headhunters

Posted on 28. Apr, 2009 by .

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It is rare, in this day and time, to find people who have a real love of music, beyond the mainstream of our modern world. It is even more uncommon to find people who are willing to stake their careers on these endeavors! God bless the people at The Service Station!
Richard Young (Kentucky Headhunters)

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Bobby Pinson

Posted on 28. Apr, 2009 by .

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Releasing “Songs for Somebody” on my own label, Cash Daddy Records, was a Bold, Blind jump for me. Leaving a major label and testing the strength and depth of my grassroots fan base was a success do in great part to the efforts of The Service Station. They accomplished the nearly impossible feat of landing a thirty day “top shelf”, premium national placement deal in Walmart with an exclusive bonus track. The Service Station tailored themselves around my needs as both the artist and the label and worked hard to achieve what is merely unheard of in the independent world!
Bobby Pinson (former RCA Recording Artist/Songwriter)

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Joe Ely’s Rack’Em Records

Posted on 28. Apr, 2009 by .

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As an independent, single-artist label, one of the largest obstacles we face in meeting our objectives, is gaining access to (and visibility within) the country’s largest and most important music retailers. However, with The Service Station supporting us, we know we can count on top-tier national, mainstream, retail distribution for all of our releases.
Joe Ely’s Rack ‘Em Records

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Buckethead Partner – Travis Dickerson

Posted on 27. Apr, 2009 by .

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We have avoided conventional distribution up till now, preferring to go a complete independent route through the internet. It wasn’t until I met and talked with the folks at The Service Station that I felt I had found somebody that understood the new dynamics of the independent underground record market and would work with us to integrate worldwide distribution and our underground sensibilities.
Buckethead partner, Travis Dickerson

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Waylon Payne

Posted on 27. Apr, 2009 by .

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These guys are the future of artist development! As a former major label artist, do yourself and your career a favor and sign up…NOW! Their distribution network, marketing savvy and experience are the stuff of major labels, only better because these guys get your music everywhere, yet the artist maintains ultimate control! What a concept! What amazing service! Thanks guys! See you on the road!

Waylon Payne (Recording Artist/Actor)

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