What’s Going On (Can’t We Just Dance) by Teri Feaser

Teri Feaser

Broadjam Artist: Teri Feaser
Song: What’s Going On (Can’t We Just Dance)

Reviewer: Signal 30

Positive Comments: This song has a nice rhythm. The vocals are nice and powerful. The harmonies are very good. The Rap parts are a nice touch. Neat song, keep up the good work!!!

Constructive Comments: It pretty good to me!!! No need to change anything!!!

Candy Bar (ft. CoriAnder & Ruth Gillies) by David James

David James

Broadjam Artist: David James
Song: Candy Bar (ft. CoriAnder & Ruth Gillies)

Reviewer: Signal 30

Positive Comments: This song has a nice feel. I like the changes. The vocals are nice and sweet. The recording is well done. Nice balance. The music is right on!!! I love it!!!

Constructive Comments: I didn’t hear anything I would change. Nice job, keep it up!!!

Goodbye Doesn’t Mean Goodbye -Solo (#1 Country-Americana) by Chet Nichols

Chet Nichols

Broadjam Artist: Chet Nichols
Song: Goodbye Doesn’t Mean Goodbye -Solo (#1 Country-Americana)

Reviewer: amy abernathy

Positive Comments: I liked the tenderness and emotion in the song. The simple melody played well to convey emotion.The singer did a good job. There were a few places that needed to be slightly faster, but it was overall performed well. it was a tender Heartfelt performance.

Constructive Comments: Some places in the second half of the song dragged a little, I am not sure speeding up the vocals would help, I think maube a little more instrmentation in places would fill the gaps. it’s a pretty song, i would say it’s more Folk/ Americana rather than country as well.

She’s Got Magic (was #1 Rock-Americana) by Chet Nichols

Chet Nichols

Broadjam Artist: Chet Nichols
Song: She’s Got Magic (was #1 Rock-Americana)

Reviewer: Sasweetie Music

Positive Comments: Clear lead vocals

Constructive Comments: My review was solely based on the genre it was representing. Funk. Nothing to do with that genre, more of country/folk, you might find a better appeal representing those genres in the future

Rainbows, Then Sunny Skies/New Sax Mix by Margie & Art Corey

Margie & Art Corey

Broadjam Artist: Margie & Art Corey
Song: Rainbows, Then Sunny Skies/New Sax Mix

Reviewer: Sasweetie Music

Positive Comments: Sax is sultry

Constructive Comments: Lead vocal needs to be sharper in that tone. The naturalness of his voice is too off key. Doesn’t sound like naturally missed tones (which still may sound pleasing to the ear), just missed tones in general