This week, Greg London (www.gregorylondon.com) boasts an incredible achievement on the FMQB AC40 Radio Chart that even his superstar cohorts—including Miley Cyrus, Rob Thomas, Daughtry, Pink, Jason Mraz and The Fray — rarely lay claim to.
The master musical impressionist, who was recently voted the “Best Entertainer In Nevada” in Nevada Magazine’s 2009 Best of Nevada Readers Survey, has not one but two songs on the chart—and, incredibly enough, both are climbing at the same time!
London’s latest single, a cover of Little River Band’s classic “Cool Change” makes a huge leap from #56 to debut in the Top 40 at #39. “Everything I Own,” his popular debut hit of the past few months, had been descending from its high of #5, but this week rises three slots from #32 to #29!
“Cool Change” is also one of the most added tracks on three key airplay charts: the FMQB AC40 chart, the Radio & Records (R&R) AC chart and the Mediabase chart.
The song’s title coincides perfectly with the master musical impressionist’s plans to take a brief detour from his regular digs at Sammy’s Showroom at Harrah’s Reno for a weeklong engagement at Harrah’s Lake Tahoe August 5-9.
With its dazzling array of impressions of musical superstars and entertainment legends, London’s show “ICONMAN” is the perfect show for The South Shore Room, which is celebrating its 50th Anniversary this year.
“ICONMAN,” one of the longest running shows ever in Sammy’s Showroom, was voted “Best Show In Northern Nevada” in the Best of Nevada Readers Survey, which will be officially announced in the publication’s July/August issue.
Earlier this spring, “Everything I Own,” hit the Top 5 on FMQB’s AC40 Chart and was declared the highest charting new artist single and independent label release of 2009. The track reached #26 on the Radio & Records (R&R) AC chart and #25 on the Mediabase chart.
“Cool Change” was produced by ICONMAN musical director David Zeman.