Saturday, May 21, 2011

Country Music News of the Day / Country Musik News des Tages

Here is your Country Music News of the day. Your Country Music News is supported by Lucy Angel, , Steel Guitar Nashville, , HelpCharity, , Bobbe Seymour, , Radio4Humans, , Katsy Redstar , FAMWH,

You can publish the Newsletter to your websites or forward to your friends. If you want to publish some of the interviews, please contact me.

Hier sind jetzt Eure Country Music News des Tages. Eure Country Music News werden unterstützt von Lucy Angel, , Steel Guitar Nashville, , HelpCharity, , Bobbe Seymour, , Radio4Humans, , Katsy Redstar , FAMWH,

Der Newsletter darf veröffentlicht werden auf Euren Internetseiten und an Eure Freunde weiter geleitet werden. Solltet Ihr gerne einige der Interviews veröffentlichen wollen, kurze Rückmeldung an mich.

TV/music celebrities bring attention to hometown tornado needs in Georgia

Brad Paisley Sets GPS For NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race Saturday, May 21

Americana Music Association to Announce 2011 Award Nominees Monday May 23rd from the Gibson/Baldwin Showroom in New York City

Last but not least, join my buddy list on the following profiles and add me to your Top Friends:
Warm regards

Viele Grüße


Editor & Journalist
Christian Lamitschka
An der Pfingstweide 28
61118 Bad Vilbel
Phone: ++49 6101 544613
Mobil: ++49 171 6903352
Fax: ++49 6101 544622

Interview with Heidi Newfield

Interview with Heidi Newfield

CL: I’m Christian Lamitschka and today I present Heidi Newfield.

HN: Hi, good to see you.

CL: Heidi, I know you are very well-known here in the US, you played together with Trick Pony and now you are solo. Could you please tell us something about yourself and the kind of music you’re playing now?

HN: I actually have been singing country music all of my life and although my music is very diverse, but country music is what I grew up in it. It was sort of a natural place for my vocals. I have always been bluesy in country and it has a natural fit. I started coming back and forth to Nashville, TN from my home in Northern California, when I was about 13 years old and started networking. I moved here in Nashville permanently right after high school. I kind of learned through time, how to kind of make this happened and we formed a band with my buddies Keith and Ira, which ended up being Trick Pony. Had a wonderful round, we were together around ten years. We got signed with Warner Brothers late 2000 and came out with that record, which was a Platinum selling record here in the states. As Paul McCartney says ‘if you sell a million of anything, you’re doing ok’. We were very fortunate, we had a really good run, a lot of great memories. Our music was very raw, sort of like barroom rock-a-billy. We had an upright bass, Ira played, on most everything. Kind of a raw sound, kind of branded ourselves and about three years ago, I wanted to evolve musically and move on to a creative place. I left Trick Pony and stepped on my own. The first solo record was a song called “Johnny And June”, which I co-wrote. I had the opportunity to record with Johnny Cash and befriended him and June Carter Cash. I know they were huge in Europe, and Waylon Jennings and a lot of country greats we were fortunate to collaborate with. When I was recording the new album, I was writing the first solo record; Johnny and June, wanting a love like that, but making it relate to all of us, and how we wrote that and the approach we took. Made a huge hit for me here in the states. I was nominated for a lot of awards and was very fortunate. It was a wonderful new start on a solo venture. Now I’m able to do my own thing. This second record we are about to release this year, the new single is called “Stay Up Late” comes out here momentarily. It kicks off the second solo record, which is a little more diverse, a little more care free. I’m a harmonica, blues harp player, so there is a lot more of that on there. It has a lot more temp. It’s got substance and very relateable. From kids to grandparents, they think people will relate to these songs. I want to make a record that I think people want to listen from start to finish without just wanting to pick songs. They gonna want to listen to this record because it’s chocked with full of hits, good Lord willing. It also has a lot of personality in it and a lot of character. I think people buy music because the want to know a little bit about you and who you are as an artist and so that is what this record is represents.

CL: Heidi, you are one of the most wanted ladies in town; where the guys say, she could be my next wife. Why is that so?

HN: Thank you for the compliment, I appreciate that. I don’t know the answer, I’m awestruck, thank you. I’m just so glad you’re German, I’m German and you pronounced my name properly, which is wonderful. Yes, I think it’s taking care of myself and I work out a lot and I have a lot of energy. I just don’t stand there and sing, I like to work the stage. I like to get the crowd involved; the rowdier they are, the rowdier we are. My band is fantastic, we are really tied and they are wonderful musicians. So when you come and see a Heidi Show, I think it’s wanting people to come back, I want to experience something. It’s a combination of rock, southern rock, blues, and traditional country. It’s all the things I’ve been inspired by musically.

CL: To show more personality about you what was the last book you found time to read?

HN: “The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo”.

Christian Lamitschka ( )


     LeMars, Iowa....."We have enough bluegrass to make a spectacular show!"  Speaking, is Bob Everhart, the President of the National Traditional Country Music Association.  "Bluegrass has always been part of country music, and in the early days, what we might have called 'hillbilly' music, or even 'mountain' music, was in reality the beginning of both genres of bluegrass and country music.  Today's 'country' music doesn't reflect that very well, however bluegrass music is still in the groove when it comes to 'carrying on the tradition.' We are really happy that one of bluegrass music's favorite traditionalists will be with us at our 36th annual National Old Time Country & Bluegrass Festival in LeMars, Iowa.  Little Roy Lewis will be kicking off the weeklong event that starts on August 29.  Now known as "The Little Roy and Lizzy Show" he is carrying on the incredible tradition of the very famous Lewis Family, who retired from performing several years ago.
     "Little Roy Lewis has won tons of awards as an entertainer and as an incredible banjo player.  He learned to play banjo when he was six years old, and became the focus point of the Lewis Family, America's first family of bluegrass-gospel music.  The family started playing in 1950, and rose to prominence as an icon of bluegrass gospel music to untold thousands of fans throughout the United States, and the world.  The Lewis Family was nominated for induction into 'America's Old Time Country Music Hall of Fame" several years ago, and that honor will be bestowed on Little Roy during his and Lizzy's performance on August 29, in LeMars, Iowa.  In the beginning of the Lewis Family's upward climb to fame, Little Roy won a local talent contest singing "Juicy Watermelon" playing a Sears Silvertone 5-string banjo.  Today, he is recognized as one of the foremost 5-string banjo pickers in America.  When the Lewis Family decided to retire from show business, after performing bluegrass and gospel music for 45 years, Little Roy decided to continue by teaming up with neighbor Lizzy Long, who had played with the family sporadically throughout her life.  The blending of their voices and instrumental talent, immediately created a 'new' bluegrass sound with 'tradition' smack dab in the middle.  Joined by Lisa Hoyle on bass, Al Hoyle on acoustic guitar, and Nathan Stewart on mandolin, they had an already done-deal bluegrass band.  Their newest CD also reflects this same musical attitude, "Tradition With A Twist," is a favorite among bluegrass disc jockeys, and it's only been out a short time."
     According to Sheila Everhart, who helps her husband Bob with the scheduling of the seven-day ten-stage festival, "We were so glad to have Little Roy Lewis stop by.  He and his band are just coming back from a "Biscuits & Bluegrass" cruise to Alaska, so they are traveling East when it's over, right through our town, so it sure made for a great 'opening' for the festival.  We have enough bluegrass bands to keep some of the music going through the whole week, not the least of them being Ralph Stanley, who is on tap to be with us, but no date has been confirmed yet.  Tut Taylor the incredible Dobro player from North Carolina will be with us on Monday. The bluegrass bands we have confirmed, include the Link Family from Missouri, one of the most up and coming bluegrass bands in Mid-America.  Joining them is Highway-52 (Iowa); Josh Slone and Coal Town (Kentucky); Jacob Austin Band (Texas); Jones Boy's Band (Iowa); Kenaston Family Band (Nebraska); Kanseville Boys (Iowa); Froemming Family (Minnesota); This Side of Sunday (Iowa); Super Pickers (Minnesota); along with two great clogging groups, the Silver Creek Cloggers from Iowa, and the Dakota Prairie Cloggers from South Dakota.  We still have a few other bands not confirmed at the time of this writing, so it sure looks to be a good year for bluegrass at the LeMars Festival."
     "I had the Lewis Family on my television show," Bob added, "Little Roy and Sheila became great friends.  She especially enjoys his comedic pranks on stage.  It's pretty amazing, we did seven years of PBS television shows called "Old Time Country" (that eventually aired in 22 States) so long ago, and they are still in re-runs, usually at 6:30pm on Thursday nights.  The Lewis Family appearance has been one of our favorites, mostly because it was so well done."
     The bluegrassers will be joining some of the most prestigious names in classic country music today.  Jim Ed Brown, Helen Cornelius, and Jeannie Seely from the Grand Ole Opry, joined by the legendary Bonnie Guitar (Dark Moon); June Webb (of the Webb Sisters who worked with Roy Acuff and Hank Williams) and several other celebrities.  More information is available from the NTCMA website

TV/music celebrities bring attention to hometown tornado needs in Georgia

TV/music celebrities bring attention to hometown tornado needs in Georgia
Actor/entertainer Randall Franks, “Officer Randy Goode” of TV’s “In the Heat of the Night,” gave American Idol ® finalist Lauren Alaina and her family a tour of the tornado devastation in the home community they share in Catoosa County, Ga.. The American Idol crew taped scenes for Alaina's hometown feature which aired May 19.
The former NBC and CBS star, who made appearances for the Grand Ole Opry ® for 13 years, said he hopes the Idol exposure and recent attention focused by "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" while highlighting Catoosa's Sharrock Family will help Ringgold and Catoosa County raise the monies needed to help the uninsured and underinsured rebuild their lives.
“So many people across the region were affected by the storms and tornadoes on April 27,” he said. “We lost nine neighbors that night. My home was spared from the devastation that many of my neighbors faced. As I rushed door to door to check on my neighbors, climbing over and under trees, power lines, and the rubble that once was homes, I wondered how we could ever make the community whole again.”
Thanks to the foresight of community and business leaders, churches, civic organizations, the community has created Catoosa Organization Acting in Disaster (COAD), with an existing community non-profit 501-C-3, to lead the effort of rebuilding for those without or with little means, he said.
“I hope that those who might wish to help will reach out with a tax-deductible donation to help bring a new normal for our neighbors,” Franks said. “While the numbers are still being tabulated on how many houses the organization will have to help build or repair, it is safe to say a million dollars is needed to help. Initial numbers show more than 600 homes were hit that night."
Send tax-deductible donations to Catoosa Organization Acting in Disaster (COAD), P.O. Box 53, Ringgold, Ga. 30736 or visit for more information. Locally donations may be made at Capital Bank, Community National Bank, Gateway Bank and Trust and Northwest Georgia Bank. For information about COAD, call (706) 935-2109.

Brad Paisley Sets GPS For NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race Saturday, May 21

Brad Paisley Sets GPS For NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race Saturday, May 21

Paisley Will World Premiere His New Video, “Old Alabama,” On SPEED, NASCAR and World’s Largest HD Video Board at Charlotte Motor Speedway

NASCAR Greats Darrell Waltrip, Jeff Gordon and Rick Hendrick and Legendary Supergroup Alabama Co-Star With Paisley In A Hilarious Video Adventure

Brad Paisley’s New Album, This Is Country Music, Available In Stores Monday, May 23

Nashville, TN/Charlotte, NC – As CMA Entertainer of the Year Brad Paisley prepares for the release of his 9th studio album, This Is Country Music, on Monday, May 23, he’s looking forward to making a pit stop in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Saturday.  Paisley will attend the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race on May 21 and world premiere his new video, “Old Alabama,” on multiple platforms, including SPEED, and the world’s largest HD video board at the Charlotte Motor Speedway.

With the single already #2 on airplay charts, the video for “Old Alabama” features NASCAR legends Darrell Waltrip, Jeff Gordon and Rick Hendrick and iconic supergroup Alabama.   Paisley and his multi-talented guests contribute to a visual road trip down memory lane as Alabama music videos from the 1980s play in the background as Paisley and Alabama perform.  Images of Paisley are digitally composited into the original videos, making for a surprising and hilarious visual.   A collection of high energy images of Gordon driving, Waltrip appearances and a special guest appearance by Hendrick capture the spirit and fun of the song.  The video was shot on country roads in Charlotte, NC, and several takes took place at Hendrick Motorsports complex in Concord, NC.

“Old Alabama” was directed by Jim Shea and produced by Mark Kalbfeld, who also directed and produced Paisley’s award winning videos “Waitin’ On A Woman,” “Start A Band,” “When I Get Where I’m Going” and “Welcome To The Future.”

The timeline for the “Old Alabama” video world premieres on Saturday, May 21, is as follows:

During the 5-6 pm Eastern Time slot, TV viewers can look for Brad Paisley and a special guest from his video to be interviewed on SPEED. During this hour, a portion of the music video of “Old Alabama” will be broadcast.

Immediately following the world premiere on SPEED, the online premiere takes place exclusively on the SPEED broadband channel on and can be streamed throughout the weekend.

Prior to the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race start (9 pm Eastern on SPEED), fans on hand at the speedway will view the music video at approximately 8:50 pm on the world’s largest HD video board.

As previously announced, artist royalties from the digital single sales of “Old Alabama” are being donated for tornado relief via the American Red Cross.  And to further assist tornado victims, The NASCAR Foundation has launched NASCAR Unites through which the motorsports community is raising money in exchange for NASCAR Unites wristbands. To date, the NASCAR industry has raised more than $400,000 in support of tornado relief.

Paisley’s new album, This Is Country Music, a 15-track collection, with 12 co-written by Paisley, is produced by Frank Rogers.  His first studio album since American Saturday Night (July of 2009) includes guest performances by Carrie Underwood (the duet, “Remind Me”), Don Henley (“Love Her Like She’s Leavin’”), Blake Shelton (“Don’t Drink the Water”), Marty Stuart, Sheryl Crow, and Carl Jackson (“Life’s Railway to Heaven”) and Clint Eastwood (the instrumental, “Eastwood”).

Fans can purchase This Is Country Music at Target (, iTunes ( and all other music retailers.

Reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year and Grand Ole Opry member Brad Paisley is a consummate singer, songwriter, guitarist and entertainer, which has earned him three GRAMMYs, 14 Country Music Association Awards and 14 Academy of Country Music Awards which includes five consecutive Male Vocalist awards.  He has 18 #1 singles and has released eight critically acclaimed studio albums.  Paisley’s innovative and entertaining H20 World Tour played to over 879,000 fans in 2010 and placed #1 country tour for attendance by Pollstar.  His 2011 tour, H2O II: Wetter & Wilder, will kick-off June 3 at the Virginia Beach Amphitheatre in Virginia Beach, Virginia.

Americana Music Association to Announce 2011 Award Nominees Monday May 23rd from the Gibson/Baldwin Showroom in New York City

Americana Music Association to Announce
2011 Award Nominees Monday May 23rd
from the Gibson/Baldwin Showroom
in New York City
Rosanne Cash to Announce the Nominees
Performances by
Levon Helm and his Dirt Farmer Quartet
Jim Lauderdale
The Civil Wars
Nashville, TN.  May 20, 2011:  The Americana Music Association formally announced today that this year's Honors & Awards Nominee announcements will take place at the Gibson Showroom in New York City on Monday May 23, 2011 at 2:30PM Eastern Daylight Time.  The event will broadcast LIVE on SiriusXM Radio’s Outlaw Country, Channel 60 and will also be streamed on the web at, and on the Americana Music Association's Facebook page.   Artist and organization members of the AMA will be sent a code so that they too can stream the live announcements via Facebook. The New York press conference is sponsored by the Gibson Foundation, BMI and Nissan.
2010 Americana Album of the Year recipient Rosanne Cash will read the List of Nominees during the traditional “opening of the envelope” segment of the ceremony.  There will be a musical presentation featuring the legendary Levon Helm and his Dirt Farmer quartet, Jim Lauderdale, The Civil Wars and some surprise guests!   Nashville Mayor Karl Dean will be in attendance to make remarks about the association and Music City.
The Americana Honors and Awards program will take place at the historically cool Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN on Thursday October 13, 2011.  The show is the capstone event of the Americana Music Festival and Conference that runs from October 12-15, 2011. 
Each year, the Americana Music Association honors distinguished members of the music community with six member voted annual awards and with Lifetime Achievement Awards.  Jim Lauderdale hosts the critically acclaimed show with Buddy Miller as the program's band leader.  The Honors & Awards are attended by over 2000 artists, music loving fans and entertainment industry executives. 
Described by Emmylou Harris as “the shining star of Nashville and music everywhere,” the event has been broadcast internationally via SiriusXM Radio, BBC2, WSM and Voice of America.  The Honors & Awards have featured many amazing moments including Johnny Cash & June Carter Cash's last live performance together, as well as show-stopping appearances by John Fogerty, Lyle Lovett, Rosanne Cash, The Avett Brothers, Solomon Burke, Old Crow Medicine Show, Emmylou Harris, Rodney Crowell, Mavis Staples, Robert Plant, Patty Griffin, Guy Clark, Levon Helm, and so many more. 



Rich will donate a portion of the proceeds from the album
to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital

Dollar GeneralGOODLETTSVILLE, Tenn. (May 20th, 2011) – Award-winning artist, renowned producer, chart-topping songwriter and finalist on NBC’s The Celebrity Apprentice John Rich’s latest album For the Kids is now available at Dollar General stores and online at      

“Dollar General is honored to have John Rich launch For the Kids in our stores,” said Rick Dreiling, Dollar General’s chairman and CEO.  “Our customers will enjoy Rich’s heartfelt music and feel good about supporting an artist who is committed to helping the kids at St. Jude.”

Rich was inspired by the kids fighting for their lives at St. Jude, and he wrote and recorded For the Kids just for them.  He will donate a portion of the proceeds from the sale of the album For the Kids to St. Jude.

“Thank you to Dollar General for the longtime support of St. Jude and for putting thousands of copies of my new release For The Kids in their stores,” said Rich. “Dollar General Rawks!”

For the Kids features the album’s title track and five additional songs:
  • For the Kids
  • Thank God for Kids
  • Where Angels Hang Around
  • She’s a Butterfly
  • Simplify
  • Rescue Me

About John Rich
Renowned artist, producer and songwriter John Rich currently competes on the hit NBC television show “The Celebrity Apprentice” and is also one-half of the multi-platinum duo Big & Rich. He has garnered multiple GRAMMY, ACM, CMA and CMT Music Award nominations and is a three-time ASCAP Songwriter of the Year recipient with 13 top ten hits including Faith Hill’s “Mississippi Girl,” Faith and Tim McGraw’s “Like We Never Loved At All,” Gretchen Wilson’s “Redneck Woman” and Jason Aldean’s “Hicktown.” Rich’s publishing company, Godfather Rich Muzik, recently received their first No. 1 award for publishing Jason Aldean’s hit “Don’t You Wanna Stay” feat. Kelly Clarkson. Rich’s first solo release, Son Of A Preacher Man, featured the hit single “Shuttin’ Detroit Down,” which was his first solo hit to land in the Top 15 on the Country Singles Chart. Rich is the only country music artist who has garnered a Top 15 single as a part of a group, duo and solo artist.

About Dollar General Corporation
Dollar General Corporationhas been delivering value to shoppers for more than 70 years. Dollar General helps shoppers Save time. Save money. Every day!® by offering products that are frequently used and replenished, such as food, snacks, health and beauty aids, cleaning supplies, basic apparel, house wares and seasonal items at low everyday prices in convenient neighborhood locations. With more than 9,300 stores in 35 states, Dollar General has more retail locations than any retailer in America. In addition to high quality private brands, Dollar General sells products from America's most-trusted manufacturers such as Procter & Gamble, Kimberly-Clark, Unilever, Kellogg's, General Mills, Nabisco, Hanes, PepsiCo and Coca-Cola. Learn more about Dollar General at

IMI is an international, Emmy award winning, multiple Billboard #1, 10 platinum, 3 time Grammy nominated music and media company based in Nashville, Tennessee, USA.   IMI specializes in creating, producing, distribution, and marketing music, video, and audio books with many various artists, tv/film and retail chains globally in both physical product and digital product outlets.

For more information visit

The Roys Join Somebody Cares For The Southeast Cause

The Roys Join Somebody Cares For The Southeast Cause
Telethon Airs Sunday, May 22 At 7 p.m. On FamilyNet
Elaine + Lee Roy  ( credit: Anthony Ladd)

Nashville, TN (May 20, 2011) -- Two-time Inspirational Country Music's Duo of the Year (2010, 2009) award winners, The Roys, recently joined Ray Stevens, Danny Gokey, Michael English, Gary Chapman, Karen Peck & New River and others to raise funds for the Somebody Cares For The Southeast cause. The event raised money for flood and tornado victims imperiled by the area's recent storms, and 100% of the telethon's proceeds will go to those in need.  Viewers will be able to text the word "icare" to 37284 or log onto to donate. The program begins airing on FamilyNet, Sunday, May 22 at 7 p.m. (EST) and will also broadcast via American Life Networks and other Christian networks such as Daystar in the coming weeks. Confirmed air times include:

FamilyNet: (all times EST)
Monday 5/30, 12-2 p.m. and 9-11 p.m.
Saturday 6/4, 3-5 p.m.
Friday 6/10, 3-5 p.m.
Sunday 6/19, 7-9 p.m.
Monday 7/4, 7 -9 p.m.
American Life Network: (all times EST)
Monday 5/30, 10 a.m.-12 p.m. and 5-7 p.m.
Saturday 6/4, 6-8 p.m.
Tuesday 6/7, 8:30-10:30 a.m.
Friday 6/10, 3:30-5:30 p.m.
Thursday 6/16, 4-6 p.m.
Saturday 6/18, 10 p.m.-12 midnight
Sunday 6/26, 7-9 p.m.
Friday 7/1, 4 -6 p.m.
Monday 7/4, 10 a.m.-12 p.m.

The Roys, whose current Rural Rhythm Records CD, LONESOME WHISTLE, entered the Billboard Bluegrass Album Chart at #7, were happy to donate their time to the worthy cause.  "The devastation is overwhelming at first glance," says Elaine Roy.  "But when you see so many people coming together to lend a hand, it doesn't seem so insurmountable," she adds. "Southerners are pretty resilient," her brother Lee states.  "In spite of all this destruction, people have kept their faith alive and continued to help their friends and families. They are a true inspiration." To "give a little back," the siblings brought along their hot-pickin' band and performed two songs ("Give A Ride To The Devil"and "High Road)" from their new disc.

The Roys continue to enjoy the glow of the media spotlight, and recent appearances include several shows on the Fox Television Network, Better TV, ABC-TV's What's The Buzz, Daytime, GAC-TV, Praise The Lord, RFD-TV's Larry's Country Diner, Inside Music Row and Daily Buzz.

Fans can watch The Roys' newest video, "Coal Minin' Man," view a detailed itinerary and enter to win an iPod Nano® (through June 5) at  Bluegrass lovers can now receive the latest updates on The Roys and all their favorite Bluegrass artists on their mobile devices simply by texting "bluegrass" to 90210.

The "Somebody Cares" concept began in Houston in 1981 when a simple business card reading, "Somebody Cares, call 24 hours a day," was distributed by founder Doug Stringer and others as they ministered to the lost on the streets of Houston. From there, Turning Point Ministries International began with Bible studies, evangelism outreaches, and discipleship ministries. Soon, the ministry was taking mission trips, planting churches, and sending out international ministries. In 1994, Somebody Cares Houston was officially formed as the outreach arm of TPMI. The organization has grown since then to encompass outreach efforts across the nation.

The Shires on Country Music News International Radio Show interviewed by Christian Lamitschka

Watch now the interview with The Shires The Shires on Country Music News International Radio Show interviewed by Christian Lamitsch...

Country Music News International Song of the Week - Still Falling Darin & Brooke Aldridge

Country Music News International Song of the Week Still Falling Darin & Brooke Aldridge Hello!  I’m Camo, o...

Country Music News International Newsletter February 20. 2017

Country Music News International Newsletter February 20. 2017 Here is your Country Music News of the day from Country Music News I...

Country Music News International Newsletter February 22. 2017

Country Music News International Newsletter February 22. 2017 Here is your Country Music News of the day from Country Music News In...

Country Music News International Newsletter February 24. 2017

Country Music News International Newsletter February 24. 2017 Here is your Country Music News of the day from Country Music News In...

Country Music News International Newsletter February 25. 2017

Country Music News International Newsletter February 25. 2017 Here is your Country Music News of the day from Country Music News In...

Trailer Choir on Country Music News International Radio Show interviewed by Christian Lamitschka – February 22 + 24. + 25. + 26. 2017

Trailer Choir on Country Music News International Radio Show interviewed by Christian Lamitschka – February 22 + 24. + 25. + 26. 2017 ...

Jason Aldean, Eric Church, Sam Hunt, Lauren Alaina, Big & Rich, Lee Brice, Kane Brown, Brothers Osborne, Josh Abbott Band, Maren Morris, Jake Owen, Michael Ray, High Valley, Brett Young And More


Country Music News International Newsletter February 23. 2017

Country Music News International Newsletter February 23. 2017 Here is your Country Music News of the day from Country Music News I...

CD Review: LUANNE HUNT - The Heart Of It All / Songs From The Valley

LUANNE HUNT The Heart Of It All / Songs From The Valley Texas Tears - All I Ask Of You - It's Only A Paper Moon - Darcy  F...

CMNI Radio Show

Pyramid Sun Sonnenstudio

Google+ Badge

Google+ Followers

Nashville Music City

Mietwagen Preisvergleich

Unsigned Only 2017

Tennessee Tourism

USA Songwriting Competition

The Independent Music Show

Coreopsis Publications LLC

Magazine Archive

Powered by Blogger.