The Feeling Makes Rock Pop at BMI’s Pick of the Month Showcase

Posted in News on October 19, 2006
U.K. band The Feeling kicked BMI's October "Pick of the Month" showcase into high-gear when they doused a packed Key Club with music from their new release, Twelve Stops and Home. The Brit-rockers delivered their signature animated amalgam of harmonic melodies and catchy choruses, including the U.K. hits "Sewn" and "Fill My Little World" from their latest Cherrytree/Interscope venture.

Pictured after BMI's October Pick of the Month are (top row) The Feeling's Kevin Jeremiah (guitar) and Paul Stewart (drums), BMI's Ray Yee, and The Feeling's Richard Jones (bass); (bottom row) BMI's Tracie Verlinde, Myles Lewis and Barbara Cane; The Feeling's Ciaran Jeremiah (keyboards) and Dan Gillespie Sells (vocals & guitar); BMI's Anne Cecere; Key Club's Andrea Egger; BMI's Joe Maggini; and EMI Music Publishing's Tami Lester.  

BMI's "Pick of the Month" is a live, monthly showcase series focusing on a musically impacting band or artist whose talent is worthy of attention. The series is meant to help expose these artists to the music industry and public through a show held at a quality venue with discounted admission.

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