Carol Plunk | Wanna Get Plunked?

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Wanna Get Plunked?

by Carol Plunk

If you wanna get plunked, you much check out the newest CD release from singer/songwriter Carol Plunk. This acoustic driven CD has a rock edge that will definetely have you at the edge of your seat. Clever lyrics and sing-a-long melodies is what makes "
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Down
3:46 $0.99
2. How Can I Not
3:53 $0.99
3. Telephone
3:55 $0.99
4. Race Horse
3:16 $0.99
5. Reach For You
3:55 $0.99
6. Speak To Me
3:51 $0.99
7. Hypocrite
4:17 $0.99
8. Naked Fears
3:45 $0.99
9. Touched By You
4:23 $0.99
10. Closer
4:03 $0.99
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Album Notes
What makes a great artist a great musician? A blend of talent and charisma. A boatload of natural musical ability mixed with go-to sound. Meet a first rate example of a great artist and musician - Carol Jean Plunk.

Born with music in her blood and rock in her soul, she exploded into musical talent early by joining in, self-taught, on bluegrass jam sessions, and at fifteen, she formed her first band, "Revelation," which performed locally and won several competitions.

In 1994, Carol and a former Revelation band mate combined their talents into a female duo known as "The Belle Curves." After releasing a self titled CD in 1995, The Belle Curves hit the road performing in night clubs across the U. S. and sold thousands of CD's that are now collector's items.

With more talent than the twosome could contain, Carol broke out of the duo in 1995, and has since released six independent CDs, all of which received notable airplay from radio stations as well as were featured in several magazines and publications.

Her sound is all her own, and her cult following demonstrates just how broad her music's appeal is! A native of Tennessee, Carol has made a name for herself in Memphis, the birthplace of rock and roll. National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences presented Carol with the 2000 Premier Player "Newcomer of the Year" award, and she was a nominee in the 2002 "Female Vocalist of the Year" category.

Breaking into more national markets, in September 2002 she performed on the Food Network program, "Food Nation with Bobby Flay." The program originally aired in February 2003 for more than 20 million viewers across the nation, and the show's soundtrack featured music from her 2001 CD release titled, "A Piece of Me" throughout the entire show.

In keeping with her independent artist flair, several songs from "A Piece of Me" were also used in the independent film, "Nothing But Flowers."

Notable performances includes the 1996 Summer Olympics, Invasion of the GoGirls SXSW Showcases in Austin, and the Memphis In May Beale Street Music Festival attended by 175,000 people.

What makes the next great female rock star? Check out Carol Plunk, and find out!



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Madalyn Sklar,

Carol Plunk possesses a special magic that is rare in the music business these d
“Carol Plunk possesses a special magic that is rare in the music business these days. She pours her heart and soul into her latest release, “Wanna Get Plunked?, dispensing out energy that is reminiscent of early Melissa Etheridge. What makes this CD a stand out is Plunk’s powerful lyrics side by side with great music that you can listen to over and over for hours."

Hit picks: “Down” and “Hypocrite”.