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Hello. I've already asked this question but I'd like to clarify if the sentence "Suggest your local radio stations play our songs" sounds normal natural English (it's a command, meaning "offer our songs to radio stations", "take them to radio stations". Maybe these are better variants? And is the first one possible at all? Maybe "suggest to stations playing our songs"? Is it possible?)
Thank you for your time and help.

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  1. Your sentence is fine.

    I'd say, "Suggest that your local radio station play our songs."

    Or --

    Call your favorite radio station and ask it to play our songs.

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