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Danny Bean / Press

“I evaluated Danny Bean's song, Nine Hundred Miles To Nowhere at the NSAI Headquarters recently.The lead guitar set up a care-free, happy vibe. The lyrics told a story that nearly everyone can relate to, trying to get past the sting of heartbreak, and what better way to do that than going cruising to nowhere. This has so much potential to be played on radios in vehicles everywhere. The catchy melody and message that so many people can relate to and sets this song up for success on the billboards! Keep your eyes on this one!”

Paul Wellstone - Nashville Songwriters Association International

“Danny Bean has a winner with this new song, Nine Hundred Miles To Nowhere! The electric guitar is the solid foundation as other instrumentation compliments. Vocals fit well and portray a clear message. The harmony reinforces the main vocals very well. My favorite part of the song is the bridge. Intense build up to Nine Hundred Miles to Nowhere. This has potential to be a hit in the country genre. Watch out brad paisley!”

James Crenshaw - NSAI Song Critique

“The instrumentals of this song were so country that you couldn't help but want to listen to the rest of the song. The lyrics are very fitting for a country music song. This song has an excellent hit potential in the country music industry. The melody of this song is something that would be played on a country music station. This would be a good country song. It had a good "twang" in the melody. I think there would be many people who would want to hear this song. The analogy of driving 900 miles to nowhere is probably something a lot of people are feeling similar to.”

Gerald Grimes - NSAI Evaluation

““New county song demo, “Nine Hundred Miles to Nowhere,” gains traction on ReverbNation By Michele G. Hudson (Feb. 16, 2014) Songwriter Danny Bean is goin’ places as his new up-tempo country song “Nine Hundred Miles to Nowhere” is trending on ReverbNation and catching the ear of country music fans and professionals. Published on February 12, Bean says when he registered his song on the popular music-host website, it came in at 92,000. The next day he received an email from ReverbNation saying that it was trending at #3.” - Michele Hudson, Michele Hudson (Feb 16, 0014)”

Michele Hudson - Top of Mind Music