Hample said she sent her idea to "Pluggers" on a postcard a couple of months ago.
According the strip's Web site, "pluggers are the hard-working people the world depends on.
Michael Boyer, who recently moved from his hometown of Coburg to nearby Harrisburg, has put his two cents in with "Pluggers" several times.
Once they did, they recorded Methods in three weeks - no producer, initially no record label, no pluggers
The concerts - at the hip Exit Inn club - will be broadcast live on US radio, and the audience will be full of A&R men, music publishers and song pluggers
Clare, from Whickham, said: "When I worked in radio I met 'pluggers
' - the people who get music artists exposure and raise their profile - and liked what they did.
Aimed at music industry professionals, record company executives, pluggers
, artist managers, music TV and video producers and specialist production companies, the conference is open to individuals and companies from the UK and worldwide to attend.
Record pluggers at BMG have wasted no time speaking to bosses of major pop stations to ensure Will's future single gets maximum exposure.
A Capital Radio insider said: "The pluggers said it made no difference what happened in the next few weeks, the three-album deal was already in the bag."
say that the release was penned by Eric Pressly, who has written for Celine Dion.
Little crabs and shellfish scuttle about on the bottom, feeding on the detritus of the bigger creatures above: in our world, they are the radio pluggers
It's a little-documented affliction that tends to afflict bandwagon-jumpers, coffee table critics and, disproportionately, London-based record pluggers