Jeremy Loops’ single “Down South” has once again been played on Top UK Radio Station, BBC Radio 2. “Down South” was debuted during Dermot O’Leary’s show on Saturday 16 January and marked the first time Jeremy Loops’s music has ever been played on UK Radio.
“Down South” received its second play on BBC Radio 2 this past Saturday, 30 January. It’s an incredible achievement as BBC Radio 2 is regarded as one of the top music radio stations in the UK and collectively BBC Radio has nearly 35 Million listeners weekly.
Not sure how the track sounds? Check out the official video for “Down South” below:
Jeremy Loops had this to say: “Getting played on UK Radio for the first time ever is remarkable, but for that to happen on BBC Radio 2 during Dermot O’Leary’s show is another level! He’s a Titan of radio, and artists can’t get bigger endorsements than for BBC Radio 2 to play your music before any other station has. It’s an incredible feeling.”
This also coincides with the Loops’ current 20 date UK and European tour which sees all but one show SOLD OUT already. He’s already toured most of the UK in January, but you can catch him (if you can get tickets) in one of these European cities in February:
10/02 – Dynamo Werk 21, Zurich, Switzerland
12/02 – STROM, Munich, Germany
13/02 – Keller Klub, Stuttgart, Germany
15/02 – Zoom Club, Frankfurt, Germany
17/02 – Lido Berlin, Berlin, Germany
19/02 – Knust Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany
20/02 – CBE, Cologne, Germany
21/02 – Pop-Up du Label, Paris, France
23/02 – Melkweg Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
24/02 – AB Club, Brussels, Belgium
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