Monday, August 1, 2011

Country Music Trio Stealing Angels Raise Their Voices

Country Music Trio Stealing Angels Raise Their Voices
as National Ambassadors for American Humane Association
Kin of Folk Heroes Daniel Boone, John Wayne and Loretta Lynn Promoting
Efforts to Support Heroic Animal Rescue and Recovery Following Disasters

WASHINGTON, August 1, 2011 – Stealing Angels, a country music trio with American folk-hero roots, are using their heavenly voices to help the voiceless and vulnerable as American Humane Association National Ambassadors. These talented young women will advocate, speak — and sing — on behalf of American Humane Association to advance its historic 134-year mission to create a more humane and compassionate world for children and animals.

With historic lineages themselves, the members of Stealing Angels are Jennifer Wayne, granddaughter of legendary actor John Wayne (who, coincidentally, also supported American Humane Association’s efforts); Tayla Lynn, granddaughter of country-singing legend Loretta Lynn; and Caroline Cutbirth, a sixth-generation Texan who counts American frontiersman and folk hero Daniel Boone as a relative. In June, they took the stage at concerts in the Washington, D.C., metro area and Greensboro, N.C., raising their voices to raise awareness and support for American Humane Association’s Red Star S.O.S. Tour — a multi-city effort to support heroic animal rescue and recovery efforts during this unprecedented “Season of Storms” (S.O.S.).

The Red Star S.O.S. tour brings communities lifesaving information from American Humane Association’s famed Red Star™ Animal Emergency Services team. Red Star’s 82-foot “Rescue Rig” truck, which deploys to disaster scenes, houses a crew of emergency workers, disaster supplies, rescue boats, and even a mobile veterinary clinic. Most recently, the team provided animal emergency relief for the Joplin, Mo., tornado and the Memphis, Tenn., flood.

“The stars of Stealing Angels are our newest heroes,” said American Humane Association President and CEO Robin R. Ganzert, Ph.D. “Each of the singers is descended from one of America’s bona fide folk heroes, and Caroline, Jennifer and Tayla are following in the footsteps of their illustrious forebears. By supporting our Red Star efforts, the stars of Stealing Angels have truly become guardian angels to thousands of desperate families and animals affected by the kinds of disasters we regularly see on the evening news. On behalf of the vulnerable and the voiceless who rely on our help, thank you, Angels, for lending your strength and your beautiful voices!”

Stealing Angels is on tour this summer with American Humane Association and has numerous engagements across the country, including concert dates where they are scheduled to open for Kid Rock, Trace Adkins, and Lady Antebellum. The group also traveled to Iraq on a 10-day tour to perform for the U.S. armed forces.

About American Humane Association
Since 1877, the historic American Humane Association has been at the forefront of virtually every major advance in protecting children, pets and farm animals from cruelty, abuse, disasters, and neglect. Today we’re also leading the way in understanding human-animal interaction and its role in society. As the nation’s voice for the protection of children and animals, American Humane Association reaches millions of people every day through groundbreaking research, education, training and services that span a wide network of organizations, agencies and businesses. You can help make a difference, too. Visit American Humane Association at today.

About Stealing Angels
Caroline Cutbirth, Jennifer Wayne, and Tayla Lynn are STEALING ANGELS. In case any of their last names sound familiar…they should! These young women are descended from American icons, including country great Loretta Lynn, film legend John Wayne and American folk hero Daniel Boone. But it is their music, not their background that promises to make their names as well known as their famous families. The debut album from Stealing Angels is expected to release this fall. To learn more about Stealing Angels, visit and follow them on twitter @StealingAngels.

Steel Guitar News

Hello fellow players,

I’m getting a lot of folks inquiring about pickups, guitar cord diameter and volume pedals again.  Let me hit these answer right quick for these nice folks.

Guitar cords should always be of the small diameter.  Extremely low resistance.  About all you really need to know is George L.  This company has the finest guitar cords for sound in the business, no question.  We’ve been handling these cords for the last 15 years.  These cords are preferred by Nashville’s finest players.  You having trouble with strings sounding like they are running together?  How about your highs disappearing?  

Well, you need George L small diameter cords and you need them all the way to your amplifier, not just part way.  This means George L cords to and from your volume pedal, to your amplifier and in and out of any effects units.  If you really want the best tone and you want the tone that your guitar is making, to get to your amplifier without any tonal change, George L is what you have to have.

There a lot of people asking me if we did financing here at Steel Guitar Nashville.  Every once in a while, we’ll do a layaway on an item, however with credit cards being so easy to get nowadays, we are not doing any financing.  That’s the way the banks make a living and since they don’t sell steel guitars, I won’t get into their financing.

Everybody seems to want to experiment with pickups.  I can see no reason not to do this, except that it pretty well tears your guitar up if you don’t know what you’re doing.  When it comes to brands of pickups, I’m having good results with the Alumatone on anything made by Fender, GFI, Emmons or Zum.  I haven’t really tried anything else yet.

A little bit of guitar massaging needs to be done to put these pickups in, however with a good $39 Dremel, you can do it well.  I am referring to Alumatone in this paragraph, however most other brands are even easier to install.

Of course, we still have the same problems with volume pedals and their pots wearing out that we have always had, however just remember, when it comes time to replace the pot, we’ll give you as big a discount as we possibly can on the new pot and parts to replace the pot and anything worn.

We have sold hundreds of the Hilton potless electronic pedals by now and have had almost no problem with any of them.  This is really the perfect solution to a sticky problem because the Hilton pedal does not require a pot.  Remember, if the pedal doesn’t have a pot, you don’t need to replace it.  We have one Hilton pedal on the floor in our demo room and it’s been there problem free for seven years.  Definitely worth the little extra money.

If you come to within two or three hundred miles of Nashville this summer on your vacation travels, be sure to come to beautiful Hendersonville on the lake.  Rather than me filling up your inbox, I’ll just tell you to google Hendersonville, Tennessee and look at the many pop, rock and country music stars that live in this little town and you can see that it’s located right up against Nashville and is genuinely the musical part of Music City.  

This is a very historical town and has been since 1789 when I was very young.  Many of Nashville’s greatest steel players live here along with most of Nashville’s greatest country music stars.  Plan on coming out and after you see me at Steel Guitar Nashville, take a drive around the lake and see where Tammy, George Jones, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison, Connie Smith and Marty Stuart and hundreds of other warbling hillbillies call home.  

There are also some tinkling steel guitar players here.  Of course, we have some chicken pickin’ lead players also and that sound in the distance you may hear could possibly be new construction going up, however it’s probably a drummer practicing for the break on Working Man Blues.

As most of you know, we have a pretty exotic instrument repair facility here.  Every once in awhile, an instrument will come in that we’ve heard on hundreds of recording sessions.  Instruments like the 200 plus year old acoustic bass that belongs to A-team bassist Henry Strzelecki.

Henry is one of the original studio A-team players and has been on many hundreds of hit songs recorded in Nashville, Tennessee.  Henry always has a smile and his hand out to shake your hand whenever he sees you.  A nicer personality I don’t know of.  Every big session I have ever worked with Henry has been pure pleasure and a big part because of him.  

Henry also wrote one of my favorite tunes, Long Tall Texan, a great song with comic overtones that went gold not long after its release.  Doing recording sessions for a living was not always fun, however if Henry was on the session, you just knew it was going to be very pleasant.

Steel guitar jam sessions or guitar pulls.  Sometimes steel players like to get together for a guitar pull or jam.  When they do they’ll setup in a round circle with one or two amps in the middle aiming straight up at the ceiling.  Something to keep time, a loud metronome or tracks or possibly even a live drummer and bass player.  Lord knows, don’t ever let a singer in one of these get-togethers because you’ll end up getting nothing done.

Each steel player will take about two verses, pass it to the next player, sit and study what everybody else plays and it doesn’t matter if it takes an hour per song.  Remember, you shouldn’t have anybody in there where you’re jamming that will be listening for their own musical pleasure.  The jam session is for musicians only and nobody else should be in the same town or county.  You’ll notice all the dogs and cats will leave the area.  You don’t need some girl or wife hanging around saying “Let ole Billy sing one!”  And you never, ever, ever setup a PA set on a jam session.

Ok troops.  Send me some questions about jam sessions if you wish.

Check out our monthly specials at and we’ll try to save you a lot of money.

Your Nashville buddy,

Steel Guitar Nashville
123 Mid Town Court
Hendersonville, TN. 37075
(615) 822-5555
Open 9AM – 4PM Monday – Friday
Closed Saturday and Sunday

Three Wise GRASCALS Share A Smile

Three Wise GRASCALS Share A Smile With GAC-TV Show Host Suzanne Alexander
Fun-filled On The Streets Segment Premieres Tuesday, August 2

Nashville, TN (August 1, 2011) -- The images of the "three wise monkeys" are known the world over - just like the super-hot pickin', six-member Bluegrass band, The Grascals.  On a rare break in touring, The Grascals made a quick trip home to Tennessee, and three of the group's members stopped by the GAC-TV studios to visit with On The Streets host, Suzanne Alexander.
Grascals, Suzanne Alexander GAC ( Credit: Martha Moore)
Grascals' Jamie Johnson, Terry Eldredge and Terry Smith join GAC's Suzanne Alexander
 (Photo Credit: Martha Moore)

"It was a blast," says The Grascals' Jamie Johnson.  "She's good people," adds Terry Smith.  Terry Eldredge ... well, he didn't have much to say. 
The fun-filled visit touched on the joys and rigors of touring, and the band's two current CDs:  THE GRASCALS & FRIENDS - Country Classics With A Bluegrass Spin and DANCE TIL YOUR STOCKINGS ARE HOT AND RAVELIN' - A Tribute To The Music Of The Andy Griffith Show. 
On The Streets premieres Tuesday, August 2 at 10 a.m. ET and re-broadcasts later that day at 2 p.m., 7:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. ET.  Additional airings include:
·         Wednesday, August 3 at 2:30 a.m. ET
·         Thursday, August 4 at 5:30 p.m. ET
·         Saturday , August 6 at 1 p.m. ET
The Grascals have been on-the-go all year, and things really heat up in August with performances across the U.S. and in Canada.  Upcoming shows include:
8/2 - Nashville, TN - Grand Ole Opry
8/4 - Pleasanton, CA - Firehouse Arts Center
8/6 - Willits, CA - Dead On The Creek
8/11 - Pittsfield, PA - Warren Co. Fair
8/12 - Henderson, KY - Bluegrass In The Park
8/13 -  Milan, MI - Milan Bluegrass Festival
8/14-16 - Sedalia, MO - Missouri State Fair
8/18 - Lincoln, CA - Orchard Creek Lodge Amphitheater
8/19 -20 - Vista, CA - Summergrass Festival
8/21 - Louisville, KY - Kentucky State Fair w/The Oak Ridge Boys
8/24 - Pigeon Forge, TN - Dollywood
8/25 - Lodi, NY - Pickin' in the Park
8/26 - Litchfield, ME- Blistered Fingers Bluegrass Festival
8/27-28 - Rogersville, New Brunswick, Canada - Rogersville Bluegrass Festival  

The month of September is always a busy one on the road, but The Grascals will return home to entertain fans during the International Bluegrass Music Association's World of Bluegrass Week, September 30 - October 2.  The group remains prominently-featured in the 2nd round of balloting for the 22nd annual International Bluegrass Music Awards, appearing in 13 categories, including: 

SONG OF THE YEAR ("I Am Strong")
ALBUM OF THE YEAR (The Grascals & Friends: Country Classics With A Bluegrass Spin and Dance Til Your Stockings Are Hot & Ravelin') 

The much-lauded group has won numerous awards, including:  2011 SPBGMA Instrumental Group of the Year, 2010 SPBGMA Bluegrass Band of the Year and IBMA Entertainers of the Year 2006 & 2007.
Catch up on all The Grascals' news, touring schedule and lots more at 



NASHVILLE, TN -- (August 1, 2011) – Ira Dean is shipping a ‘specialty song’ to radio stations across America as his first solo outing cleverly titled, “Beer or Gasoline.” The song is topical, given the looming deadline of the vote on the debt limit increase. Ira wrote this song in 2005 when he was faced with the dilemma facing many Americans in this economy: “Do I buy a gallon of gasoline or a six pack of beer?” This single also will serve to reunite Ira with the country fans and to lead up to his first single that is coming out soon, “Something About A Sunday.”

"In football, Billionaires are arguing with Millionaires," says Ira. "With me, it just comes down to beer or gasoline." He continues, “This song is a great reflection of the woes of many Americans today. Do you take that summer vacation this year or do you plan a “staycation” at home to weather the times?” Ira also went out on the streets with a video camera to ask people the question: “If you have $3 to your name, do you buy beer or gasoline?” An overwhelming majority of the people he interviewed chose beer. So looks like we have our answer, beer.

“Beer or Gasoline” is on Ira’s first solo album, Ira Dean, which is set to be released under the Average Joe’s Entertainment imprint in late 2011. The first official single, “Something About A Sunday,” will be going for adds in September. Please visit for further information.

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.

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

Viele Grüße


Country Music News International
Editor / Publisher
Christian Lamitschka
An der Pfingstweide 28
61118 Bad Vilbel
Phone: ++49 6101 544613
Mobil: ++49 171 6903352
Fax: ++49 6101 544622

Tex Robinson - WANNA STAY (CD Vorstellung)

Neue CD von Tex Robinson ..... WANNA STAY ...... SD 10296

Unter Mitwirkung seiner Frau Karin Rantschl-Schwaiger, Milan Kalcu, Volker Schiffkorn, Bernhard Welz, Wolfgang Schneider, Peter Guschelbauer, Fritz Stingl, Carl Kaye und Alex Rakar produzierte Tex Robinson heuer seine neueste CD mit dem schönen Titel WANNA STAY auf der er mit seiner markanten Stimme jedem Lied seine persönliche Note gibt.

Folgende Titel sind darauf zu finden:
  1. Catfish John (Robert Lee „Bob“ McDill)
  2. Don’t tell me on the phone (Tex Robinson/Karin Rantschl-Schwaiger)
  3. You never know (Tex Robinson/Karin Rantschl-Schwaiger)
  4. Shenandoah Wind (Chris Stuart)
  5. Life didn’t treat her so kind (Tex Robinson/Karin Rantschl-Schwaiger)
  6. Freight train boogie (Delmore Brothers)
  7. You taught me how to cry (Hoyt Axton)
  8. Where shall I go (Tex Robinson/Karin Rantschl-Schwaiger)
  9. Come on – I need somebody’s love (Tex Robinson/Karin Rantschl-Schwaiger)
  10. If I needed you (Townes Van Zandt)
  11. Coca Cola Cowboy (S. Dorff, S. Pinkard, S. Atchley, B. Dain)
  12. A white sport coat (Marty Robbins)
  13. Wanna stay with you (Tex Robinson/Karin Rantschl-Schwaiger)
  14. Wann’s für mi ka morgen mehr gibt (dtsch. Fassung Karin Rantschl-Schwaiger)

Wie man hier lesen kann, eine ausgewogene Mischung eigener Songs und mehr oder weniger bekannten Covers, gemütlich zum relaxen, zuhören und auch zum nachdenken, wobei ich besonders auf die letzte Nummer, die deutsche Fassung des Garth Brooks-Hits If tomorrow never comes verweisen möchte.

Hörproben der CD findet ihr auf der Homepage Die CD ist nominierungsberechtigt für den ACMF-Award.

Text: Eliza (ACMF-Ambassadorin für Wien, Bluegrasss Bühne Österreich)



Billy Henson is the true genuine meaning for someone who is exceptional in all that he does.  He is my dear friend, and I have come to know him as one of the greatest men I have ever known in my entire life.

When he came to me and asked me to review his new CD, I had a feeling that what I was about to hear, would be super great, and that is exactly what I heard.  Billy has surrounded himself with great musicians and especially “The Fiddles of Tennessee.”

I was honored that he invited me to hear him perform selections from his new CD, which is also titled “There Is A Time.”  Billy gathered together the super awesome band, including the Fiddles of Tennessee, to join him on stage at the Station Inn, here in Nashville, along with a great crowd of music lovers and we were privileged to preview this new awesome CD by Billy.  The musicians and the music were the ones who recorded this CD with Billy. 

The songs are a mixture of songs Billy has written, and co-written, and a couple of standards that he loves.  I have attached the title song There Is A Time as Billy’s first single.  Please listen to this great singer of true country/bluegrass songs, and allow your listening audience to hear what I consider true to the heart music.  I also ask you to read Billy’s attached bio, and you learn how great of a songwriter he is, and how much he loves his music.  Many of his songs have been recorded by some of the greats in country and bluegrass music, but this time he has done what his heart has desired for so many years-to record his own CD of the music he loves.  Through all of his trials and tribulations of the loss of his youngest daughter Jen in 2010, he has pushed through the sadness with his beautiful wife Patsy, and now his labor of love is being realized with the release of his new CD and I hope you will preview “There Is A Time” by Billy Henson, and send it out over your airways to let your listeners feel the love and warmth of this wonderful human being.

Thanks to each of you for always giving me the opportunity to send music to you by my artists, and please note, that Billy Henson is a special, special friend and a man that I have looked up to since my first day of shaking hands to become his friend, and to his beautiful family.




ICM AwardsNashville, Tenn. (July 31, 2011) – The ICM Faith, Family & Country Awards first round nominees were today announced in Nashville.  Presentation of awards in 22 key categories for the 17th Annual Inspirational Country Music Awards Show will be held on Friday, October 28, 2011 in Nashville at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center.

The ballot, voted on by  membership, includes a stellar array of major names in a broad array of categories that include entertainer, artist, new artist, song, songwriter, group, duo,  musician, radio, radio station, film, and television honors.  Major artist nominees for this year’s awards include Carrie Underwood, Lady Antebellum, Rascal Flatts, Ronnie Dunn, The Roys, The Band Perry, Josh Turner, Jeff Bates, Randy Travis, Ricky Skaggs, and George Strait.  Film honors presentations include a competitive field highlighted by family rated major box office contenders including Toy Story 3, Secretariat, and The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Trader.

Top 5 finalists in all categories will be announced on August 30th culminating in the October awards presentation announcements.

The 2011 ICM Faith, Family & Country Awards continue as the highpoint finale of Inspirational Country Music Week, an event presented by the Inspirational Country Music Association.  This year’s planned schedule will run October 24-28th in Nashville and as in past years will draw a broad cross section of industry, music fans, broadcast media, and artists in a well-orchestrated showcase of music and seminar related activities.

ICM-Association Executive Director Jason Higgins notes the organization’s ongoing commitment to the Nashville origins of the annual event.  “We are very pleased to have the Millennium Maxwell House as the host location of the week’s event, as well as the historic Wildhorse Saloon as a setting for a planned Appreciation Luncheon to be held during ICM Faith, Family & Country Week for media and participants. Combined with the awards presentation for the first time this year being held in the incomparable setting of the Schermerhorn Symphony Center we feel we are showcasing a real commitment to all that makes Nashville ‘Music City’.”

The following 2011 Top 10 ICM Faith, Family & Country Awards first round nominees are listed in alphabetical order within each category:


Chuck Day
Jeff Bates
Johnny Lee Cook
Mary James
Point of Grace
Ricky Skaggs
Russ Murphy
Steve Richard
The Roys
Tommy Brandt

Male Vocalist

Chuck Day
Greg McDougal
Guy Penrod
Jayc Harold   
Jeff Bates
Mike Rimmey
Russ Murphy
Steve Richard
Tommy Brandt
Will Peppers

Female Vocalist

Amanda Fessant
Chelley Odle
Kali Rose
Kathy Joy Bell
Laura Dodd
Mary James
Misty Treece
Nicole Hope
Sandra Dee
Sharon Parks

Vocal Duo

Amanda Fessant featuring Tommy Brandt
Austins Bridge
Bruce & Betsy Mullen
Dailey and Vincent
Franklin Road
Jeff & Sheri Easter
Johnny Lee Cook featuring T. Graham Brown
The Roys

Vocal Group or Band

Corey Brooks Band
CrossCountry The Band
Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver
Last Light Band
Point of Grace
Sunday Drive
The Akins
The Amundruds
The Isaacs
The Springs

Mainstream Inspirational Country Song

Bleed Red- Ronnie Dunn
Family Man- Craig Campbell
Hello World- Lady Antebellum
I Won't Let Go- Rascal Flatts
If Heaven Wasn’t So Far Away- Justin Moore
Mama's Song- Carrie Underwood
Raymond- Brett Eldredge
That’s Important to Me- Joey+Rory
The Breath You Take- George Strait
Voices- Chris Young

Mainstream Country Artist

Buddy Jewell
Carrie Underwood
Craig Campbell
Craig Morgan
Jeff Bates
Josh Turner
Rascal Flatts
Ronnie Dunn
The Band Perry

Inspirational Country Song

I Believe- Sunday Drive
I Hope Heaven Has A Dirt Road- Will Peppers
I Wonder What God’s Thinking- The Roys
I’ll Stand Up And Say So- Chuck Day
Loves Gotta Go Somewhere- Steve Richard
On My Knees Again- Amanda Fessant featuring Tommy Brandt               
One Day Closer- Jeff Bates
Someday Soon- Ricky Skaggs
Sweet Forgiveness- Kali Rose
That’s What Freedom Costs- Russ Murphy


Amanda Fessant
Chuck Day
Greg McDougal
James Payne
Jeff Treece
Kris Miller
Mike Rimmey
Paul Staggs
Russ Murphy
Tommy Brandt

Legend/Pioneer Award

Bruce Haynes
Fox Brothers
Fred Bacher
Lisa Daggs
Melanie Walker
Oak Ridge Boys
Randy Travis
Ricky Skaggs
Ron Corneilus
Susie McEntire


Family Man- Craig Campbell: Bigger Picture Group, Director-Shaun Silva
Hello World- Lady Antebellum: Capitol Nashville, Director-Roman White
I Am Strong- The Grascals w/Dolly Parton: BluGrascal Records , Director-David Corlew
If Heaven Wasn’t So Far Away- Justin Moore: Valory Music Co., Director-Peter Zavadil
If I Die Young- The Band Perry: Republic Nashville, Director-David McClister                
Mama’s Song- Carrie Underwood: Arista Nashville, Director-Shaun Silva
Raymond- Brett Eldredge: Atlantic Records, Director-Shaun Sliva
Real- James Wesley: Broken Bow, Director-Chris Hicky                           
This- Darius Rucker: Capitol Nashville, Director-Trey Fanjoy                    
Voices- Chris Young: Sony Music, Director-David McClister

New Artist  (*)   

Aubree Bullock
Chuck Hancock
Kali Rose
Lathan Moore
Lucas Hoge
Nathan Stanley
Rene Herbert
Renee Spencer
Rorey Wesney
The Parish Family
Tyson Bowman
 (*) 11 artists in category indicate a tie.


Andy Leftwich
Brent Mason
Charlie McCoy
Dennis Agajanian
Doyle Lawson
Gordon Mote
Greg McDougal
Jayc Harold
Ricky Skaggs
Tim Atwood


Anita Renfroe
Barry McGee
Chonda Pierce
Cuzin Gus
David Ferrell
Jeff Treece
Johnny Lee Cook
Ken Davis
LuLu Roman
Tim Steed

Radio Personality

Bob Flotte
Dick Johnson
Gary Richardson
J.R. Pitsenbarger
Leon Joplin
Marty Smith
Mona Faith
Rich Miller
Scott Perkins
Wayne Morton

Radio Station

Inspirational Country Radio Network
KABF-Little Rock, AR
WBFC- Stanton, KY
WCWV-Summersville, WV
WJCR - Upton, KY
WKAX-Russellville, AL
WSGM-Tracy City, TN
WSM AM 650 – Nashville, TN
WTYS- Marianna, FL
WYEA- Sylacauga, AL

Inspirational Bluegrass Artist

Bruce & Betsy Mullen
Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver
Kathy Joy Bell
Lawrence Bishop
Nathan Stanley
New Jerusalem Bluegrass
Ricky Skaggs
The Grascals
The Isaacs
The Roys

Youth In Music

Abbey Gregory
Aubree Bullock
Calina Boggs
Candy Boggs
Hannah Faith
Matthew Wacaster
McDougal Kids
Renee Spencer
Tommy Brandt II
Voices of Glory

Music Evangelist

Barry McGee
Chuck Day
Corey Brooks
CrossCounty The Band
Dennis Agajanian
Greg McDougal
Johnny Lee Cook
Mary James
Russ Murphy
Tommy Brandt

"Faith, Family & Country Movie”

Amish Grace
Charlie St. Cloud
Country Strong
Get Low
Pure Country 2: The Gift
Soul Surfer
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Trader            
Toy Story 3
Waiting For "Superman"

Television Network

Christian Broadcasting Network
Cornerstone Television Network
Family Friendly Entertainment Network
Gospel Music Channel
Great American Country
NRB Network
TCT Networks
Total Living Network

For further information and registration for 2011 ICM Week in Nashville resource:

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 25. 2017

Country Music News International Newsletter February 25. 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 22. 2017

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

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...

DYLAN SCOTT Stakes His Claim Nationwide on Headlining MY TOWN TOUR

DYLAN SCOTT Stakes His Claim Nationwide on Headlining MY TOWN TOUR Chart-Rising Single “My Girl” Passes 22 Million Spotify Plays “...



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.