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Impossible

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The pearl

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On this page you can vote for your favorite song played in our latest edition of TalentCast (April 17 2015 / Edition 332). The song that gets the most votes will become our next Song of the Week.

Visit this page for more information about the rules of the game.

This voting round ends in:



Riptides



SineWave



The morning after



Thinking of you



Should've been here by now



On the horizon



You really got me going



Lost inside (live at P3 Purmerend)



Nocturnal



Deep under



Attitude decayed



Frankenfoot vs. the Stinkmeat in 3F


Song of the Week

Impossible

By

Katie Thompson

Katie Thompson started her music career like many other aspiring singers-songwriters: by participating in music competitions and performing at shows and fairs in her home country, New Zealand.

When in August 2008 she signed up on Sellaband, she started finding also international fans. Too impatient to wait till she reached her funding target, she released her debut album Tall Poppy in 2009. Soon after that, luck came her way when Rabobank in New Zealand decided to sponsor independent artists. For one month, Katie's devoted fans from all over the world voted for her every day and Katie won the prize, which was added to her recording budget on Sellaband. After that, she raised the remaining sum with rocket speed and, with $50,000, had to soon start songwriting for the second album.

Katie decided to record her new album in England, with the help of the well-known producer Greg Haver. Impossible was released in 2011, with Good As Gold, accompanied by a music video, as the first single. Katie got a special chance to promote her album when in November 2011 she got to open for Elton John in Dunedin.

In 2013 Katie Thompson released her live EP Moving On, recorded at Quicksand Studios.

Website of Katie Thompson

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Song of the Week

by

Katie Thompson

* Ede FM will play the Song of the Week at least 40 times during 1 week.
* TalentCast will play the Song of the Week again in the next edition, which is broadcast 11 times a week on 2 FM and 2 internet radio stations.
* The Song of the Week will be on our website for 1 week.