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Marven James / Press

“(12 Selections - Playing Time 44:22) Tennessee Teardrops / Words I Wish I'd Heard / I Don't Need A Million Dollars / Mail Myself To Mexico / Burned Out Trucker / Your Smile / Stayin' In These Days / Road To Music / Harder Than It Has To Be / City Boy Gone Country / As Bubles Dance / Runaway Angel. The album's title track, lead single Tennessee Teardrops is a solid-effort, and should quickly establish Marven James with Canadian country radio at the national level. Marven James is an exception, able to deliver his music and songs with a bit of a Nashville twang, and avoiding the usual pitfalls that go with the territory. Tennessee Teardrops was recorded at various studios in Nashville, with Larry Wayne Clark (9 songs), Odie Blackmon (Burned Out Trucker), Mike Bush (Runaway Angel) and Marven James (As Bubbles Dance) handling production. ”

"My husband and I both love your music it is so nice to relax and listen to tenesee teardrops, and all the other songs once again thank you it made my day god bless your western #1 fan Evelyn"

Facebook Fan

“Marven James is an exception, able to deliver his music and songs with a bit of a Nashville twang, and avoiding the usual pitfalls that go with the territory.”

Record Reviews by Larry Delaney - Country Music News

“The album's title track, lead single Tennessee Teardrops is a solid-effort, and should quickly establish Marven James with Canadian country radio at the national level.”

Record Reviews by Larry Delaney - Country Music News

"Congratulations on a job well done I was very impressed with your CD and I do hope you will be a shiny star like the rest of them go for it...

Fan - Facebook

“Marven James est un incontournable de la scène country au Québec - Marven James is a key player in the Quebec Country Music Scene (non official translation)”

“Un des meilleurs chanteurs Country au Québec - One of the best Country Singer in Quebec (non official translation)”

Lady Marlo - Marlo Communications Inc.

“It's with my upmost pleasure that I address these words of thanks following your extraordinary show given in Kedgwick, N-B, on October 4, 2008. Many people have requested your songs on our Radio Station 90,1 FM. (non official translation)”

Julienne Bosse Desrosiers - President - Kedgwick Radio Station

“After his visit at the Restaurant Elli, the general director of the Radio Station Boomer 1570 AM, Claire Bellefeuille, noted the extraordinary talent of singer Marven James, she said he has the same talent as any country american singer. This is the most I can say. (non official translation)”

Roger Charlebois - MC Boomer radio Station - Boomer Radio Station 1570 AM

“Just a short note to tell you that your visit was very much appreciated from everyone. For us, you were a real discovery not only by classe but by your professionalism and by your immense talent. This was confirmed by many people who have become your fans here. (non official translation)”

Roger Camirand - Productions RB