December 27, 2015 -- Just a couple months after the release of Melissa’s new album, the attention for it has been wide-ranging.

In support of “Easy Way Out,” Melissa was recently featured in an hour-long radio show, “Daybreak,” on the 3N Network.  The host was in Hawaii at the time, however the show is sometimes done from Los Angeles.  Melissa and the new album reached a wide audience through the interview as evidenced by the fact that, to be in locations throughout the 3N Network, “Daybreak” shows will be getting done next month throughout the Pacific region (as far north as Alaska and as far south as New Zealand).

Meanwhile, the Women’s International Music Network has given good sized online coverage to the release.

Also, WFCS Radio in Connecticut has committed to playing at least two songs from “Easy Way Out” on the ‘Funhouse’ show, if not other shows on their station.

And, “House I Tried to Call Home” has been in rotation on Englefield Country Music Radio out of the UK, which is also playing songs from the likes of top artists such as Tim McGraw, Zac Brown, Dierks Bentley, Lee Brice, Darius Rucker, and Blake Shelton, among others.

There’s more to come.  Melissa’s management is currently – among other pursuits – working toward getting her back on a New York-based radio show that she’d been a guest on once before.

“Easy Way Out” is available for purchase here on MelissaBrethauer.com as well as through online retailers such as, but not limited to, iTunes, CD Baby, Amazon, Google Play, and streaming services such as Spotify.