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"Shotgun to the Heart" | Hits Top 20 Chart

"Shotgun To The Heart" | #1 MGB Radio Top 20 Chart

Week Ending April 29, 2017

.."Shotgun To The Heart" by Jean Beauvoir | #1 MBG Radio Top 20 Chart for the week ending April 30, 2017. The single from his American Trash album released to radio stations April 20, 2017, began seeing airplay almost immediately. "Shotgun To The Heart" previously charted at #6 on the 365 Radio Network less than two days after Beauvoir releasing the album to radio. Shotgun instantly went to one of Top 3 Most Requested songs from the album.

"Angels Cry" | "There's No Starting Over" | "Shotgun To The Heart"

Jean Beauvoir, most easily recognized by his trademark Blonde Mohawk, originally with The Plasmatics, holds one of the most storied careers in music history. Introduced as the "Greatest Punk Band in the World" by Tom Snyder on his late night TV show, The Plasmatics, were the most outrageous, controversial and successful Punk Rock bands of all time. They dominated the world press performing before millions around the world with their legendary stage antics and rebellious Punk Rock message while influencing generations of up and coming musicians and fashion icons; influences that are still being talked about and seen today by such diverse artists as CeeLo Green, Lady Gaga, Corey Glover (Living Color), Miley Cyrus and Rihanna just to name a few. Even NFL Superstar Odell Beckham Jr. is now sporting a trademark Blonde Mohawk.

After departing The Plasmatics, Beauvoir became just as successful as a solo artist, lead vocalist, songwriter, producer, multi-instrumentalist and music executive. Signed by Richard Branson of Virgin Records for his platinum debut solo album “Drums Along The Mohawk”, which spawned the international hit "Feel the Heat" that Sylvester Stallone hand picked as the lead track for his film COBRA, to numerous other successes throughout his career including his two successful Hard Rock/Metal bands Voodoo X and Crown of Thorns. Three albums from the Jean Beauvoir Crown Of Thorns series are as popular today as when first released as well as his album Vol. 1: The Awakening from his band Voodoo X. Music from various albums by his band and solo projects have been seeing a resurgence in airplay including music from his more recent albums and solo projects. ​

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