Award Winning Singer-Songwriter Shane Burke Releases Limited Time Free Download of New Song
March 2016 Bronze Global Music Award Winner For Best Male Vocalist #1 on Reverbnation Local and National Chart
Award Winning Singer-Songwriter Shane Burke Releases Limited Time Free Download of Latest Song On Noisetrade
Fort Collins, CO… Soulful singer/ songwriter Shane Burke was just bestowed with a bronze Global Music Award for Best Male Vocalist for his song “I Go Crazy” and people are taking notice of his extraordinary talent. Shane has captured the #1 chart position out of all artists in his local territory of Ft. Collins and has rocketed to #1 across the entire Colorado Region, on Reverbnation (where he is competing with over 4 million artists).
Shane's overall sound, is best described as common ground between the sweet sacredness of Jeff Buckley and the gritty soul of Otis Redding; executed in a manner The Beatles would be proud of. In fact, Ringo Starr proclaimed he was a fan after hearing Shane's music.
For the month of April, a free download of his single “A-Ah-Oh-Ah” is now available on Noisetrade. During the month of May, he will offer up another new single “Flowing Water” for a free download as well.
Baltimore’s What Weekly says "Shane Burke’s versatile voice is rich in the low end, dead-on in the middle, and angelic in the upper register. His songs are a soulful mix of rock, soul, and R&B. Burke’s music is familiar, but engaging in a way that keeps you listening".
A recent transplant from Baltimore to Fort Collins, Shane has been playing shows non-stop and is creating a great buzz. Venues he’s performed at in the Colorado market include Happy Lucky's, The Blind Pig, Equinox Brewing Co, The Mainline, The Ace Gallery and more. Coming up, he will be performing at the following venues:
Shane had his hit song “Hell of a Trade” placed on USA’s hit TV show Graceland on the episode “Tinker Bell”. His music has been covered on Patch, Sky-Hi Daily News, Blogher, Topix, The Denver Post, and PopRock Record.
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