Marlee Scott Releases “Beautiful Maybe” Dance Remix
(Nashville, Tenn. – Aug. 11, 2011) Bigride Records artist Marlee Scott has released a special dance club remix of her debut U.S. single, “Beautiful Maybe,” to more than 240 DJs, club owners and dance instructors through Marco Club Connection.
Produced and remixed by veteran producer/mixer/programmer Allen Morgan (Dolly Parton, Reba, Taylor Swift, Jack Ingram), the dance version of “Beautiful Maybe” capitalizes on the song’s high-energy mix and Scott’s Pop-influenced vocal delivery.
“Marlee has such a strong voice, and I really wanted to bring that out in this mix,” says Morgan. “This song has a really rich sound quality. ‘Beautiful Maybe’ just makes you want to move!”
Adds Marco Club Connection Manager/Venue Marketing Bobbe Morhiser, “We were thrilled to have Allen Morgan remix ‘Beautiful Maybe’ for our clubs and the more than 200,000 patrons that will be exposed each weekend to this energetic new dance mix. Allen’s enthusiasm for this record, and for Marlee, really shines through on this project, and we couldn’t be more excited.”
Marco Club Connection, a Nashville-based dance venue marketing company, is promoting the special remix to more than 240 club owners, DJs and dance instructors across the U.S. Since 2004, Club Connection has operated as a division of secondary radio promotion company, Marco Promotions, and has worked successful remix singles for acts including Blake Shelton, Lady Antebellum, Sugarland, Reba, Dierks Bentley, Gloriana and more.
The Country radio version of Scott’s “Beautiful Maybe” was produced by David Kalmusky (Journey, Emerson Drive, The Wilkinsons) and was written by chart-topping Nashville songwriters Marcus Hummon (Rascal Flatts, Dixie Chicks, Tim McGraw), Tia Sillers (Dixie Chicks, Pam Tillis, Lee Ann Womack) and Tania Hancheroff. The radio single continues to move up Music Row’s CountryBreakout chart, and the Wes Anderson-directed video can be seen at CMT.com.
The Ontario native is also traveling to Canada for the CCMA Awards and Country Music Week, where she is participating in a number of events Sept. 9-12. A Nashville resident since 2007, Scott has been traveling across the U.S. on a national radio tour since June in support of “Beautiful Maybe.”
Visit www.MarleeScott.com for more information.
About Marco Club Connection:
A division of secondary radio promotion company, Marco Promotions, Club Connection specializes in marketing dance club singles to nightclubs and dance venues across the country. Club Connection maintains a national database of more than 240 venues and world-renowned dance instructor contacts, reaching more than 200,000 club patrons each weekend. For more information, visit: www.MarcoClubConnection.com.
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