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Unknown Singer From Northern NSW Tops Amazon Charts

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Amazon Best Seller Phenomenon
Unknown Singer From Small Village In Northern Nsw (The Channon) Tops The Amazon Charts

Terri Nicholson, an unknown singer from Terania Creek in The Channon released her CD, Fall into Feeling today, and within 12 hours of release is sitting on top of the Amazon Contemporary Folk Charts, above the likes of Bob Dylan (no.10), James Taylor (no.7) Leonard Cohen (no.6) and Rod Stewart (no.4).

Her friends and fans, recognizing Terri’s talent, have gone out on release day and bought the CD, supporting the pregnant Terri who is soon to give birth to her third child. See:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/bestsellers/music/598642/ref=pd_zg_hrsr_m_1_3

Terri’s CD is currently no. 71 in the Amazon All Music Best Sellers list, and is expected to reach the Top Ten by the end of the day.

Her website is http://TerriNicholsonMusic.com/

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