Dear Friends,

today is the official release of my new album, “No Man’s Land“! I am so excited to share my first vocal recording in thirteen years with you. It’s a little bit of folk, Americana, and jazz and was a lot of fun to make [available now on iTunes].

I’ve really appreciated your help in the lead-up to the release and would love if you could continue to help me spread the word! Here are some suggestions, to make it easy on you for posting via Twitter & Facebook:

Artist / producer @charliepeacock’s new album ‘No Man’s Land’ is now on iTunes: #NoMansLand #Oct2ndRelease #NMLTour


My friend @charliepeacock’s new album ‘No Man’s Land’ is now available on iTunes! #NoMansLand #Oct2ndRelease #NMLTour

(if you post to Facebook, just change “@charliepeacock” to “Charlie Peacock”)

Plus, we have some great ways for you to entice others (family, friends, neighbors, the postman!) to check-out the new album…

* Facebook is loaded with banners (like the one above), photos & short stories to share: * Youtube Channel video teasers: * Paste Magazine “No Man’s Land” song streaming:

AND anyone who tags me (@charliepeacock), or shares any of these content pieces, will be entered to win a unique signed test pressing of the album! Either we’ll spot the tag, or you can drop us a note at letting us know you did, and I’ll put your name in the hat. A big man’s hat.

Thanks again for everything you do! I don’t take your support for granted, and remember, I’m always be happy to return the favor.

Much Love,



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