Thursday, August 11, 2011

MARTINA MCBRIDE TO DEBUT ELEVEN ON OCTOBER 11

COUNTRY SUPERSTAR MARTINA MCBRIDE TO DEBUT ELEVEN ON OCTOBER 11
Country Music’s Most-Played Female Artist Of The Past 11 Years
Will Release Her 11th Studio Album With 11 New Songs 

Nashville, Tennessee (August 11, 2011) – Platinum-selling recording artist Martina McBride has established herself as a mainstay in Country music and she plans to continue the tradition with her 11th studio album, aptly titled, ELEVEN.
Slated for release on October 11, the project will feature some of Martina’s most personal songs to date, with the powerhouse vocalist penning 6 of the 11 tracks.
As one of the most spectacular voices in any genre of music, Martina McBride is a four-time CMA Female Vocalist of the Year, three-time ACM Female Vocalist of the Year and GRAMMY® winning recording artist with more than 18 million in album sales. According to data from both Nielsen-BDS and Mediabase, Martina McBride is also Country radio’s “most-played female artist” of the past 11 years (1999-2010).
Even with all of the aforementioned accolades, ELEVEN will be a first for Martina in many ways.
The impending album comes at a time of professional rebirth for Martina with new music, a new producer (Byron Gallimore), a new manager (Morris Artists Management) and a new record label (Republic Nashville). While dabbling with songwriting in the past, Martina’s newfound passion is evident in these songs, giving fans a deeper look into her reality. With this venture, she is embarking on an exciting time in an already successful career, which has produced 24 Top 10 singles, including six that hit #1.

The album reveals a very real side of Martina’s personality and feels like an honest conversation with her fans. “This is such an amazing time in my life and my career,” says McBride. “I feel like I've been given the support and power to go into the studio and write and create an album that pushes the boundaries of what people expect of me, while still being true to myself. I can't wait for October 11th so that I can finally share this new music with my fans!"
Scott Borchetta, President and CEO of the Big Machine Label Group, which includes Republic Nashville, said, “"Martina has made a brilliant album and we are proud and honored to represent this release on Republic Nashville."

The breadth of Martina’s talents – as recording artist, producer, songwriter, and concert entertainer – has made her an in-demand performer and personality, appearing on such high-profile programs as VH1 Divas, Dancing with the Stars, The Today Show's "Today Throws a Wedding," American Idol, Oprah, The Bachelorette, Private Sessions, a 20/20 special, and much more. Celebrated for her beauty and sense of fashion, as well as her everywoman perspective in life and music, Martina has graced the cover Redbook, Ladies Home Journal, People Magazine, Country Weekly and Shape. Among her hits are such anthemic and empowering songs as "Independence Day," "This One's for the Girls" and "Ride," all of which have underscored her incredible popularity as one of music's preeminent female vocalists. She was recently nominated for the 2011 CMT Music Awards CMT Performance of the Year from CMT CROSSROADS: TRAIN AND MARTINA MCBRIDE. For more on Martina, please visit martinamcbride.com.

ABOUT REPUBLIC NASHVILLE: Scott Borchetta, President and CEO of the Big Machine Records Label Group and Monte Lipman, President and CEO of Universal Republic, announced the formation of its new label partnership – Republic Nashville – in May 2009. Former Capitol Records Promotion executive Jimmy Harnen serves as President with Borchetta serving as CEO. The imprint is headquartered on Music Row and utilizes the combined resources of Big Machine Records and Universal Republic Records. Big Machine and Universal Republic first joined forces in 2007 to propel country Superstar Taylor Swift to Top 40 radio and beyond, with Taylor becoming the best-selling all-genre artist in2008. Republic Nashville's artist roster includes Grammy-winning, multi-platinum superstar Martina McBride; Grammy-nominated, Double-Platinumsensations The Band Perry; Eli Young Band and Sunny Sweeney.
COVER ART
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TRACK LIST   
1. One Night
2. Always Be This Way
3. I'm Gonna Love You Through It
4. Marry Me
5. Broken Umbrella
6. You Can Get Your Lovin' Right Here
7. Whatcha Gonna Do
8. Teenage Daughters
9. Summer of Love
10. When You  Love A Sinner
11. Long Distance Lullaby
                         

11.08.2011: CD Veröffentlichung / News / TV Hinweise / Konzerttermine / Videos Deutschland

Lenny Kravitz: Album: Black and White America

Lenny Kravitz

Album: Black and White America
VÖ: 19.08.2011

Ab 12.08. als Stream im MPN!
Ab 19.08. auch als Download!
Die Inspiration für sein neuntes Studioalbum, fand Lenny Kravitz hauptsächlich in seinem unmittelbaren Umfeld. So ist der Spirit von BLACK AND WHITE AMERICA eine außergewöhnliche Mischung der beiden Orte, an denen das Album aufgenommen wurde: Einem 400-Seelen Dorf auf den Bahamas und der pulsierenden Weltmetropole Paris. Aus seinen vielschichtigen Erfahrungen als Bewohner dieses Planeten schöpfend, sind die ersten neuen Kravitz-Songs seit drei Jahren die persönlichsten seiner bisherigen Karriere. „No doubt, my environment definitely lends a lot to the creative process," sagt er.
Kravitz hat immer wieder bewiesen, was man erreichen kann, wenn man sich auf seine Wurzeln besinnt. Seit seinem bahnbrechenden Debüt LET LOVE RULE im Jahre 1989, hat er über 35 Millionen Alben verkauft und vier Grammy Awards gewonnen. Doch trotz dieser Errungenschaften – oder vielleicht gerade ihretwegen, blieb seine Heimat auf den Bahamas ein äußerst wichtiger Part im Leben des Sängers, Songwriters, Produzenten und Multiinstrumentalisten. „It's such a beautiful, isolated place," sagt Kravitz, „and it's a really great, basic existence. You eat out of the garden and the sea, you don’t have shoes or keys, and you know everybody and don’t pass by anyone without acknowledging them."
„Playing the new music live will be really inspiring," sagt Kravitz. „I have an amazing band, including a full horn section and singers. We’re gonna come hard," sagt er mit einem Lächeln. BLACK AND WHITE AMERICA repräsentiert einen neuen Höhepunkt in Kravitz‘ musikalischer Karriere. „I think it's the best work I've done to date," he says. „It’s a great balance of where I’ve been, where I am and where I am going.”
Official Homepage:
www.lennykravitz.com
Tour
02.11. Düsseldorf - Mitsubishi Electric Halle
04.11. Hamburg - O2 Arena
05.11. Mannheim - SAP Arena
07.11. Berlin - Columbiahalle
23.11. Munichen - Olympiahalle
Seeed: Single: Wonderful Life

Seeed

Single: Wonderful Life
VÖ: 12.08.2011

Wonderful Life. Teil 2 der Seeed Doppel A Seiten Single.
Mit dem Remake des 80er Jahre Klassiker von Black „Wonderful Life“ kommt nach Molotov ein weiteres Lebenszeichen der Berliner Elf. Ab dem 12.8. werden Molotov / Wonderful Life als 2 Track Bundle digital erhältlich sein. Am 23.9. kommt dann die Molotov / Wonderful Life EP mit großem Remixpaket als CD Digipack, Vinyl und digitaler EP. Seeed werden in diesem Jahr noch live bei 4 Festivals zu sehen sein.
Gunter Gabriel: Album: Grabriel singt Cash

Gunter Gabriel

Album: Grabriel singt Cash
VÖ: 12.08.2011

“Der deutsche Johnny Cash” - gegen diesen ehrenvollen Titel hat er sich schon immer gewehrt. Und das tut er bis heute, auch wenn die Bezüge offensichtlich sind: Gunter Gabriel gibt mit großem Erfolg den Protagonisten in “Hello, I’m Johnny Cash”, der umjubelten Produktion des Berliner Renaissance-Theaters; sein 2009er Comeback-Album “Sohn aus dem Volk” zieht mit dem Untertitel “German Recordings” eine unverkennbare Parallele zum Alterswerk des Meisters. Das ist gewollt. Aber sein Vorbild imitiert, das hat Gunter Gabriel zu keiner Zeit – nur gibt es eine Vielzahl offensichtlicher Verbindungen zwischen den beiden: Neben der stattlichen Körpergröße und phasenweise deckungsgleichen Lebensgeschichten voll schwindelerregender Höhen, bodenloser Tiefen und einer erst spät gewonnenen breiten Anerkennung gilt dies vor allem für die Freundschaft zwischen Cash und Gabriel, die über ein Vierteljahrhundert währte. Und welche auch in einem musikalischen Dokument Ausdruck fand: Cash hatte in sein legendäres Cash Cabin Studio in Hendersonville/Tennessee geladen, 2003, kurz vor seinem Tod. Aufnahmen seiner Songs in deutscher Sprache, das war sein ausdrücklicher Wunsch - gesungen von seinem Freund Gunter Gabriel.
Kerstin Merlin: Single: Fass mich an

Kerstin Merlin

Single: Fass mich an
VÖ: 23.09.2011

Im September 2010 veröffentlichte die Berliner Sängerin bei Warner Music ihr Album ZauberRot.
Aus diesem Album wird nun mit Fass mich an die dritte Radiosingle ausgekoppelt.
Fass mich an ist ein Lied, das die Fantasie der Hörer besonders anregt. Wer sich das Lied genau anhört, wird sich die Frage stellen: Ist das nun wörtlich gemeint, oder im übertragenen Sinne? Keck und mit einer kleinen Prise Frivolität präsentiert  KERSTIN MERLIN mit ihrer hellen und klaren Stimme einen Text, der Raum für die eigenen Interpretationen der Zuhörer bietet. „Fass mich an  ist auch live immer wieder ein Stimmungsgarant und einer meiner absoluten Lieblingslieder von meinem Album ZauberRot!“ sagt Kerstin. Die charmante rothaarige Berlinerin gehört sicher zu den erfolgreichsten Schlagersängerinnen im Newcomerbereich. Die ersten zwei Singles aus dem Album „ZauberRot“ schafften es beide in die Top Ten der konservativen Airplaycharts – ein sensationeller Erfolg!
Doch nicht nur im Radio, auch Live und im Fernsehen ist von KERSTIN MERLIN in nächster Zeit einiges zu erwarten:
TV-Termine:
01.09.2011 / 20:00 Uhr / Gute Laune TV: Sondersendung über Sängerin und Moderatorin Kerstin Merlin
ab 02.09.2011 täglich / 19:00 Uhr / Gute Laune TV: Moderation der Sendung SCHLAGER XXL (Wdh. mehrfach täglich)
September 2011 / Gute Laune TV & Deutsches Musikfernsehen: Moderation & Performance von 3 Titeln in „SCHLAGER TO GO“
Live-Termine:
19.08.11 / Moisdorf, Mic Mac (Moderation +Gesang)
27.08.2011 / Stavenhagen, Landesschützenfest
03.09.2011 / Berlin, Wirtshaus Alexander: 10jähriges Fanclubtreffen mit Kerstin Merlin, inkl. Live-Performance
13.09.2011 / Grevenbroich, geschlossene Veranstaltung
18.09.11 / Weissenhäuser Strand; Schlagerwelle
5.11.2011 / Hürth, geschlossene Veranstaltung
Mehr Infos zu Kerstin Merlin gibt es im Netz unter www.kerstin-merlin.de
Woody Allen & La Musique: Album: De Manhattan A Midnight In Paris

Woody Allen & La Musique

Album: De Manhattan A Midnight In Paris
VÖ: 19.08.2011

Aus seiner Vorliebe für die „Roaring Twenties“ und das nachfolgende Jahrzehnt hat WOODY ALLEN nie ein Geheimnis gemacht; in vielen seiner Filme hat er sie zentral oder am Rande auferstehen lassen. Das beste Transportmittel für die atmosphärische Authentizität ist dabei stets die Musik, die wie kein anderes Medium in der Lage ist, eine ganze Epoche vor dem inneren Auge auferstehen zu lassen. Schon in seiner vollkommen in schwarz-weiß gehaltenen, romantischen Komödie „Manhattan“ von 1979 verwendete WOODY ALLEN Gershwins „Rhapsody In Blue“ in einer Originalaufnahme von Benny Goodman und dem NBC-Orchester, und in den meisten seiner späteren Filme, griff er oft auf ähnlich authentische Aufnahmen zurück - bis hin zu „Midnight in Paris“, in dem u.a. Josephine Baker und Sidney Bechet zu hören sind.
Various: Album: After Hours The Collection: Northern Soul Masters (3CD)

Various

Album: After Hours The Collection: Northern Soul Masters (3CD)
VÖ: 12.08.2011

Die After Hours The Collection ist eine feine Zusammenstellung der besten und wichtigsten "Northern Soul Masters" die auf den Labels Atlantic, Atco, Loma, Reprise & Warner Bros Records zwischen 1965 – 1974 erschienen sind. Die Sammlung umfaßt alle funkigen, souligen und auch raren Titel, die dem Hörer einen wirklich authentischen Northern Soul Eindruck vermitteln und einen wahren Hörgenuß darbieten. Die 3CD Box-Kollektion macht sich außerdem durch ihr cooles und retrospektives Äußeres bestens in jedem CD-Regal. Ein richtiges Must-Have - innen wie außen.
Gillian Welch: Album: The Harrow & The Harvest

Gillian Welch

Album: The Harrow & The Harvest
VÖ: 19.08.2011

Ganze acht Jahre ist es her, dass ihr letztes Album „Soul Journey“ das Licht der Welt erblickte - mit ihrem neuen Longplayer "The Harrow & The Harvest" meldet sich die Grammy-nominierte US-Countrylady nun in alter Stärke zurück! In Nashville ticken die Uhren anders: Schon während ihrer gemeinsamen Studienzeit haben Gillian Welch und ihr Partner im Geiste und auf der Bühne, David Rawlings, eine ganz neue Generation Folk- und Countrykünstler mit ihrer lebendigen Melange aus Bluegrass und Rock inspiriert; nicht zu Unrecht zählt Gillian Welch zu den jungen Erneuerinnen leicht angestaubter US-Traditionen. Mit „The Harrow & The Harvest“ legen Welch/ Rawlings nun das gemeinsame Produkt für dieselbe Sache, für die Leidenschaft am Musizieren und fürs Geschichtenerzählen vor. Das Klang gewordene Ergebnis einer Seelenschmelze: Zwei Menschen, die in einem Raum gemeinsam Musik machen. Zwei Stimmen, eine Harmonie; zwei Seelen, eine Frequenz. Ganz einfach, ohne technischen Schnickschnack, Netz und doppelten Hi Tech-Boden. Ursprünglich, ehrlich, eindringlich und faszinierend. Die ganz eigene Ernte dessen, was man kollektiv mit seiner Kunst gesät hat. Tiefe Verwurzelung im American South einerseits, und die Öffnung für rockige Elemente haben Gillian Welch nicht nur eine Grammy Award-Nominierung oder die Hochachtung von Größen wie Willie Nelson, Emmylou Harris, Solomon Burke sowie Jerry Lee Lewis (auf dessen letztem Album Welch als Special Guest zu hören war) eingebracht - der Sound von Gillian Welch ist ein Lebensgefühl, eine fein ziselierte Philosophie.
Mother Mother: Album: Eureka

Mother Mother

Album: Eureka
VÖ: 26.08.2011

Mother Mother kommen aus Vancouver, machen „skurrilen und unangepassten Indie-Rock“ (laut.de) und veröffentlichen am 26.08.2011 ihr neues Album „Eureka“, welches wie bereits der Vorgänger „Oh My Heart“ beim kanadischen Hype-Label Last Gang Records (u.a. Metric, Death from Above 1979, MSTRKRFT, Crystal Castles) erscheint.Die Band, bestehend aus den Geschwistern Ryan (Gesang und Gitarre) und Molly Guldemond (Gesang und Synthesizer) sowie ihren Freunden Jasmin Parkin (Gesang und Keyboard), Jeremie Page (Bass) und Ali Siadat (Schlagzeug), tourt seit ihrer Gründung im Jahr 2005 – damals noch als Folk-Trio - durch die Lande, und teilte sich in der Vergangenheit mit Bands wie Weezer, Pearl Jam, Tokyo Police Club, The Decemberists oder Spoon die Bühne. Ryan, Haupt-Songwriter und Frontmann bei Mother Mother, beschreibt das neue Album als "a vivid depiction of where the band's at right now, which is the height of our musicianship, song writing and strength as collaborators". Und seine Schwester Molly ergänzt: "Our new songs are bolder and more animated, so I chose to use vibrant neons and brighter colours than ever before," the multi-talented artist/musician reports. "The word 'eureka' suggests epiphany and exciting discovery. The lion represents the animal instinct in us to pursue these breakthroughs; a predatory sense to hunt for deeper truth". Auch als Produzent fungierte Mastermind Ryan Guldemond bei “Eureka”, nur zum Mischen holte sich die Band externe Hilfe – und zwar von Mike Fraser, der auch schon für AC/DC, Franz Ferdinand und Elvis Costello an den Reglern saß.
Mother Mother auf Tour:
15.10. Berlin - Magnet "unlcesally*s Party"
16.10. Köln - Underground
17.10. Hamburg - Molotow
Webseiten:
www.mothermothersite.com/ www.myspace.com/mothermotherspace
Warner Music Group Germany Holding GmbH

JAMEY JOHNSON WILL PERFORM AT FARM AID 2011 ON SATURDAY

JAMEY JOHNSON WILL PERFORM AT FARM AID 2011 ON SATURDAY

JOHNSON CONTINUES TO TOUR NATIONWIDE AS HE RECORDS NEW ALBUM

Jamey JohnsonNASHVILLE, TN -- (August 11, 2011) –Mercury Nashville singer/songwriter Jamey Johnson will perform at Farm Aid 2011 at LIVESTRONG Sporting Park in Kansas City, Kan., on Saturday, Aug. 13, joining his friend and tour mate Willie Nelson and the other Farm Aid founders to support our nation’s family farmers.

Farm Aid is the longest running benefit concert series in America, raising more than $39 million to help family farmers thrive all over the country while inspiring millions of people to learn about the Good Food movement.

“When I was a kid, we had a little bit of land and just about every bit of it was farm,” says Johnson, who also performed at Farm Aid last year. “We would grow peas over here, a little bit of corn over there, and squash and figs. I can’t even name for you everything that we grew from this land. But the fact that we couldn’t make enough money to sustain it meant that we had to eventually move off of it and let it go to someone else.

“When I drive by that property today, there’s not a farm there anymore,” says Johnson, a native of Alabama. “It’s just grass, and that’s a shame. As much love and as much care as we took making sure that these different crops survived and thrived every year, it’s kind of a shame to see it turn into a hayfield. And that goes for everybody who wants to farm. They should be able to make enough money off of the sized land or the sized crops they are doing to sustain that much land, and they can’t.”

Johnson says you don’t have to know a farmer to care about Farm Aid.

“Farm Aid is not just important to me, it’s important to anybody who eats,” he says. “Farm Aid is set up to look after the family farmer, the ones that actually take part in the same crops that they produce for other people. They are not just growing food to send down the line; their family eats the same foods that they sell.”

Johnson is a big believer in Farm Aid’s practice of showcasing HOMEGROWN concessions, featuring local, organic or family farm-sourced ingredients at the event. “It makes no sense to cater in a meal from a frozen food or something like that when you’ve got people right up the road that grow the same product and actually grow a superior product,” he says. “The thing you’ll see at Farm Aid is people who practice what they preach. They want you to see the fruits and vegetables of their labor.

“It doesn’t take you long to realize that these are skilled farmers. For most of these farmers, it’s a trade that has been passed down from generation to generation, and as far back as they can remember, you know everybody in their family did this for a living. So this is a skill; it’s an art.”

Johnson recently completed the Country Throwdown Tour with Willie Nelson and he’s now touring the nation with his own shows. On Sept. 1, Johnson will serve as the first official performer at the Grand Opening of Track 29, Chattanooga, Tenn.’s new premiere entertainment venue.

While the set lists and venue sizes may change, one thing remains constant with his shows. “What the fans can expect is a great deal of good music by highly trained musicians that never sit back on their accomplishments,” he says. “My stage is full of the best musicians I could find, and we’ve gotten to be real good friends, as close as family over the past several years. Every time we pack a stage, we are doing some songs for the first time that night that we’ve never even had a rehearsal on that maybe we haven’t heard in quite awhile. So we get to come up with our own unique versions of it.

“Just the other night, we pulled out an old song that I’ve never played onstage but I’ve been hearing my whole life, and we managed to do a version of it that doesn’t sound like anybody else,” he says. “I feel that’s what our fans pay for when they come to see us play live. They want to see that degree of spontaneity. I mean, you may hear some stuff that we do every night, you may hear some stuff we do quite often, but every night we try to branch out a little bit and try something out. If it falls apart, I guarantee you, you’ll see us standing around and laughing at one another and we’ll go and do something else.”

When describing his fans, Johnson says two words come to mind: passionate and loyal. “And they get the same degree of both from me,” he says. “There’s a warm and kindred fellowship every time we get together. Sometimes we see the same faces, and man, it’s good to see them. Every time I step on a stage, I look out there across the crowd and I see a couple smiling faces that I’ve seen several times a year for the past five or six years or so. I can’t tell you what that means for me. It’s very important. It’s very soothing just to know that they’re still there.”

Johnson will perform at the 5th Annual ACM Honors, which will be held at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium on Sept. 19.  He will pay tribute to his good friend, singer / songwriter Hank Cochran, who passed away in 2010.

He is currently writing and recording songs for his new album, the follow-up to his gold-certified double album, The Guitar Song, which was nominated for two Grammys, including Country Album of the Year. It was also nominated for Album of the Year at the Academy of Country Music Awards.

The Nashville Scene’s 11th Annual Country Music Critics’ Poll named The Guitar Song the best album of 2011 and named Johnson Artist of the Year, Best Male Vocalist and Best Songwriter. Both Rolling Stone and Spin ranked the album No. 5 on their lists of the Best Albums of 2010 and “Macon” was ranked No. 23 on Rolling Stone’s Best Singles of 2010.

Steel Guitar News

Hello fellow players,

I would like to acknowledge the effort of Bob Quasar, creator of the Steel Guitar Forum, for putting my newsletters on his website at http://b0b.com/bobbeSeymour/index.html



Bob is a gigantic power in the world of steel guitar. This steel guitar forum is a gigantic help to steel players everywhere. He has made the entire globe much smaller by making it possible for every steel player to be in direct contact with other steel players, teachers, builders and designers.

What he is really doing for the world of steel guitar is a truly wonderful contribution. If you can send him just a quick thank you once in a while it may be highly appreciated and I know that any financial aid that you can spare to send him will be used to further the success of this great medium.

I know whenever I have a few hundred thousand laying around, he’s the first one that I send it to. LOL. Bob has proven how much good he and the forum can be to us all. Every once in a while, he has to shut down for maintenance and myself along with millions of others go through a period of DTs. Some form of withdrawal symptoms are what we all go through when the forum isn’t there. Thank goodness it’s there most of the time. I just want to thank bee-zero-bee (b0b). You are greatly appreciated.

I’d like to talk now about you steel players that think you’re obscure. There are thousands of little steel guitar jobs in small out of the way places all over this country, Canada and many other countries. You may only play one night a week. The band you’re working with may not be packed with highly trained musicians, but this doesn’t matter because there you are, playing, having fun and making money.

The people that come to see you and the band are appreciating you very much for being there and have that admiration that they probably have for the great big bands also. When you get in your car on Saturday night and have to drive a long way to play, not only are you probably having a great time, learning and making money, but those folks that may seem to not pay attention to you, are secretly admiring you for your craft.

I saw on the forum about a gentleman trying to form a steel guitar club in southern Oklahoma and northern Texas for you guys around Altus, Duncan, Lawton, Burkburnett and Wichita Falls will have a place to get together and enjoy camaraderie with others of similar interests. It used to be the stomping grounds for the great western swing bands of yesteryear. The Miller Brothers, The Western Starlighters, Leon Thompson, Hank Thompson, Bob Wills, Johnny Lee Wills, Leon McAuliffe and many more.

I remember driving through this area and working here in the 50s and 60s and seeing some of these great western swing bands playing at some obscure clubs and barn dances. I stopped and walked into a big barn one night only to hear incredible western swing music and looking at the stage and seeing the great Billy Gray western swing band.

You just never know what you’ll find in that area. You may think you’re little, obscure and out of the way, but you’re not. This goes for many other areas in the United States. Get out there on Saturday night and have some jam sessions if nothing else.

I am still in awe learning of so many non-pedal steel guitar players shifting over from pedal to non-pedal after having a full career of pedal playing. This tickles me because a good player in a band can pull it off to where no one in the club and probably no one in the band will know if he’s playing pedals or not and they probably won’t care.

As long as you play the right note in the right chord with enough fancy pizzazz and play nice harmonies with the lead guitar or violin section, why should it matter which of the two you’re playing? Of course, the type job you’re on may make a little difference. You wouldn’t want to hear Ralph Mooney playing with Buck Owens without pedals. However, most of the dancers wouldn’t know the difference.

The origins of the International Steel Guitar Hall of Fame? It started like this folks, many of the Nashville steel players were contacted and asked to come to a meeting in a banquet room at a restaurant at the corner of Gallatin Road and Due West Avenue in Madison, Tennessee one evening in the early 70s.

This was a fairly good place to eat. I figured what the heck? Stu Basore and I drove over to the meeting. When we got there I was shocked to find some of the greatest steel players in the world. Buddy Emmons, Lloyd Green, Jimmy Day, Jim Vest, Gene O’Neal, Big Ben Keith, Howard White, Billy Robinson and many others.

Of course, we were all yelling and having such a good time that it was awhile before we got any business done. Finally, Jim Vest and Dewitt Scott called this meeting to order. It’s subject matter was to start a new International Steel Guitar Club. Things went on for awhile, we went through the typical questions of what a club should do, when we would have meetings, we even decided to have a convention once a year, preferably around Labor Day for obvious reasons.

About this time Jim Vest and Scotty made the statement that we could also have a Hall of Fame. Everybody went along with it and we elected officers, president, vice-president, treasurer, sergeant at arms along with the typical things. We all dug into our pockets and made our contribution to get this new club on the way.

Everything was going and doing well until tragedy struck. I have been told not to be too specific about what happened, however I can say that the treasurer that we elected bought a Lincoln Continental with the money that he absconded from the treasury, moved to Florida and pretty well ripped the heart out of this new steel guitar club.

Most of you know who this was and he is actually a Hall of Fame member now. He was a great player, but throughout his career he really didn’t do much good for other players in the service of their craft.

Dewitt Scott of St. Louis thought that this club and Hall of Fame idea was way too good to let die. So he appointed himself the guy that restarted it in St. Louis with most of the same members. So he ended up saying the world’s biggest steel guitar club and has done a wonderful job with the club and Hall of Fame, bringing the world of players from all countries together once a year to St. Louis for the greatest of all steel guitar shows.

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Nominees for BCMAwards 2011


Nominees for BCMAwards 2011

The winners will be announced at the BCMAwards Show on Sunday 23rd October, at The British Airways Concorde Suite, Cranford (Heathrow), Middlesex, TW5 9PQ

Entertainer Of The Year

Swing Commanders
Texas Tornado’s
4 Card Trick
Henry Smith & Country Dreams
Gary Perkins & The Breeze

Male Vocalist of The Year

Glenn Rogers
Stubby
Darren Busby
Gary Perkins
Chris Raddings

Band Of The Year

The Hayley Oliver Band
Henry Smith & Country Dreams
Gary Perkins & The Breeze
4 Card Trick
Diablos
C’est Le Vie

Female Vocalist of The Year

Nancy Ann Lee
Hayley Oliver
Nadine Summers
Donna Wylde
Debbie Bilston

Solo Act Of The Year

Darren Busby
Donna Wylde
Bob Keeley
Tony Rouse
MT Allen

Duo Of The Year

Las Vegas
Thrillbillies
Kalibre
Spur
Fools Gold

Christian Country Act Of The Year

Jim Close
San Millar
Janece
Dan Wesley
Ian Walker

Line Dance Act Of The Year

Livewire
Paul Bailey
Glen Rogers
Alan Gregory
Plain Loco
Calico

International Act Of The Year

Toby Keith
Lady Antebellum
Zac Brown Band
Brad Paisley
Secret Sisters

Musician Of The Year

Andy Saphire
John Kays
Derek Thurlby
Gaynor Sutcliffe
Simon Brady

Horizon Act Of The Year

Luke Thomas
Pig Earth
Melissa Gold
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HOTDISC 151 (CD Review)


HOTDISC 151 (CD Review)


Time - 79:29
Label - Rush Released Records

JULY 2011 Premier Cuts
Track ratings - 10 excellent, 8 Very Good, 6 Good, 4 Average, 2 Below Average

MARK WAYNE GLASMIRE (USA) - Track 1 ‘I Like You’ (CMNI score 8) Website
This is a self-penned track to promote his 11-track CD ALL OF MY HEART on Traceway Music. This singer-songwriters voice has similarities to Collin Raye.
Verdict: Feel good summertime track, nice vibe, good arrangement and easy on the ear vocal. Need to investigate the artist.
MARLEE SCOTT (Canada) - Track 2 ‘Beautiful Maybe’ (CMNI score 10) - WEBSITE
This track is a follow up to her lovely single Here To Heaven’ which reigned for 3 weeks at #1 on the Hotdisc Chart. Marlee was born in Ontario, Canada and lives in a condo in Nashville. Six years ago singer and producer Steve Fox discovered Marlee when she opened for him at a House Concert. The potential he saw in her lead to the draw of Nashville writing with him and songwriter Tim Taylor for a 1st album. Later a permanent move to Music City resulted in the summer of 2007.
This bright and optimistic song was released to Country radio as her debut U.S single in late June.
Verdict: Love the feel of the song. Musicianship and arrangement top draw. It’s fresh and cheery. Love Marlee’s voice so much! TOP MARKS


BRADY, STEWART,GREEN & YOUNG (Australia) - Track 3 ‘Too Deep Of Water’ (CMNI score 8) - Website
Who are they? They are a Vocal quartet of singer-songwriters from the Blue Mountains of NSW, formed in 2007 and comprised of Stephen Brady, Alissa Stewart, Liz Green & Sandra Young. They have performed individually and have collaborated in various combinations since the late 1970s.
Too Deep Of Water,’ is 1 of 3 tracks included on the release of an advance EP from their forthcoming album, BLINDED TO THE BLUE - iTunes. It is a super adaptation of a song written in 1999 by Sisters Morales, the Mexican-American sisters Lisa and Roberta Morales grew up in Tucson, AZ, learning to sing traditional Mexican music and developing their own brand of pop. The track first appeared on their album SOMEPLACE FAR AWAY FROM HERE in Jan 2000.
Verdict: Sweet bluegrass sounds, nice song, easy to listen too. Makes the soul good
DAVID WOOD (USA) - Track 4 ‘Stumblin’ & Fallin’ (CNMI score 6) - Website
Who is David Wood and where did he come from?
 Once upon a time – there was a little town in California called Los Angeles.  It was the home of “Country and Western Music.” - That’s right – “Country and Western Music.”   And, that’s because most of the music came from artists who were performing in the “Western” movies. David Wood is someone who was born into the heart of Country and Western Music in that little western town – next to the Pacific Ocean – in California.  And, for the rest of his life, he has stayed true to his roots and followed “Country and Western Music”.  Who was it that said 65 was "mandatory retirement?" David Wood says, "To hell with that! I'm north of 65 and just gettin' started - again!"
After years of managing and representing artists, David decided to start singing and playing keyboards himself. A most unexpected thing occurred. He fell in love with it and found what he should have been doing all along. He was joined by the guys at The Sound Hole in Nashville along with the folks who played and sang on David's first CD HERE & NOW released in 2009.
Stumblin’ & Fallin’ is one of 4 songs from that album written by Alan Laney and Bill Graham. It's a tribute to all of those folks who are in love, and have been in love for a long long time. We stumbled in, to something we never expected. We've fallen so far, we’re still fallin',...We've got forever together, Stumblin' and Fallin' again.
Verdict: A traditional sound, its sentiment will be appreciated by mature country fans


SKYLA SPENCER (USA) - Track 5 ‘Get Up And Dance’ (CMNI score 6) - Website
Born and raised near Buckhannon, West Virginia, Skyla Spencer was taught some valuable lessons at an early age. She was encouraged to believe that love is the food for all who wish to grow, family is the foundation for all who aspire to be, and music is the medicine for all who desire to express their hearts. This philosophy has continued to drive her in following her dream of sharing her music with the world. Skyla was performing by the age of 5 for her church on Sunday mornings. By the age of 13, she started singing with her cousin’s country band at local festivals, weddings and other events. It was also during this time that Skyla took dance lessons, ice-skating lessons, cheerleading, and gymnastics.  Little did Skyla know that all of these components would mold her into the performer she is on stage today.

She names her influences as: Faith Hill, Shania Twain, Martina McBride, Patsy Cline, and Reba McEntire and their music instilled in her the drive and determination to take the leap of faith and come to Music City.
This beauty does come with brains, too, as Skyla earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in both Dance and Psychology from West Virginia University. While in college, she took voice lessons and acting classes, and was a member of the Orchesis Dance Ensemble and Mountain State Jazz Ensemble. It was during this time that Skyla started writing her own music and choreographing dance routines for state fairs, festivals and talent shows where she was invited to perform. Skyla decided to record her first CD at a local studio-Lone Wolf Records the album titled, "ALL I WANT", was recorded in 2000, and was composed of fourteen original tracks. In June Skyla was named New Female Vocalist of the Year at the Golden Music Awards in Nashville.

Upon arriving to Nashville, in a bright yellow car with two cats, Skyla landed a job coaching gymnastics in Franklin, TN. She taught gymnastics for three years and also met many people in the music business working at the gym. During this time Skyla felt she needed to hone her craft as a songwriter, singer, and musician. So she enrolled in guitar lessons, took vocal lessons with Mandy Barnett, and also dance classes - Hip Hop, to help her become a better performer.
Her official debut YOU SAID YOU'D CALL ME from 2005 had 11 tracks all written by Spencer. One song ‘Chuga Choo Choo’ (see video) previously reached number one on the Indie World chart in 2002.

In June 2009 she released a single ‘This Girl’ (iTunes)
On this latest single ‘Get Up And Dance’ is a up-tempo high energy danceable Country rock track. As a dancer and model looking at her single artwork the make-up looks a bit heavy which she doesn’t need to do as she has natural good looks as this picture suggests, wearing one of her 82 hats from her collection.
Verdict: New name to me. Very rocky modern day Music Row. There’s room for improvement vocally but a name to watch.

MARTY RIVERS (Malta) - Track 6 ‘Addict For Your Love’ (CMNI score 6) - Website
Marty Rivers (musician/songwriter) is a shaved-headed cowboy who hails from Malta. The first collection of original songs was released in Marty’s debut self-titled album ‘Marty Rivers’ with two of its tracks charting high on various European Country Music charts. In 2008, Marty released the album ‘OUT OF THE BLUE’, produced in Nashville by Gary Carter who worked with world known artists such as Randy Travis and Faith Hill. Marty’s previous single was ‘Run Angel Run’ and hit the number 8 spot on the Hotdisc European Country Top 40 (see reactions). This new release ‘Addict For Your Love’ is also drawn from his album MIDNIGHT SKY , a collection of 12 songs, eleven of which are written by Marty himself in collaboration once again with Joe Spiteri.
Verdict: It’s country for sure but lyrically it doesn’t quite appeal, could be a grower?
Other Tracks
BELLE CANNON (Irish) - Track 7 ‘Party’ (CMNI score 8) - Website
Country and Western has always been a favourite of Belle Cannon. She grew up in a very musical Irish American family so Country Music was always being played. Raised in London she listened to the likes of Dolly Parton, Kris Kristofferson and Hank Williams so it’s just been a part of the fabric of her life. In August 2010 a yet to be released album REWIND was recorded in Nashville on her own Inde label BelleJar Records. It is muted to be a country-pop affair containing elements of Bluegrass and she has recruited some A-List Nashville players: Brent Mason (guitar), Gordon Moat (piano), Larry Franklyn (fiddle) and Bryan Sutton (guitar). Belle has written all the songs herself, apart from one track, which is a cover of a Johnson Mountain Boys song. On this video Belle gives an impromptu taster of the title track ‘Rewind'

This self penned track ‘Party’ on Hotdisc will feature on the album. I’m really pleased to see this song has currently topped the British & Irish chart for 2 weeks (See Hotdisc chart). On her website it appears she resides in Stockport. I look forward and wish her well with her new album
Verdict: New name to me. Great top-tapper and commendable musicianship. Slightly unusual voice but I like it. An original song (tick), need to find out more!

ROCK & ROLL JOE (USA) - Track 8 ‘Hot Rod Carson’ (CMNI score 6) - Website
Rock and Roll Joe is a project dedicated to promoting the unsung heroes of rock music - the people who were, and still are, critical to the spirit and passion of rock and roll and yet never have received the credit they deserve. Chip Taylor wrote a group of songs to celebrate them and recorded it with his touring band, featuring guitarist John Platania (Van Morrison) and fiddler Kendel Carson.

The idea for Rock and Roll Joe began during Taylor's Scandinavian tour of 2007. As Chip travelled through Norway and Sweden with his long-time friend and guitarist John Platania, new protégé fiddler Kendel Carson, drummer Bryan Owings and bass player Ron Eoff, they talked about everything. But many of the conversations revolved around the musicians that they knew and respected and Chip realized that most music fans didn't really know the people who were behind many of the great records of the last 60 years.
Hot Rod Carson’ is to showcase this album released on Trainwreck Records.
Verdict: It’s a typically good Chip Taylor song

BELLAMY BROTHERS (USA) - Track 9 ‘Mexico Came Here’ (CMNI score 6) - Website
Who needs to go to Mexico? With Mexico Came Here’ The Bellamys bring the sounds and the feelings of a wonderful Mexican vacation to the viewer: You can almost taste the fajitas & beer, feel the warm Mexican sun and see the beautiful SeÑoritas in the Cantina! – Watch it on Youtube - Amazon - iTunes
Verdict: Gently sways and it’s catchy

JESSE & NOAH (USA) - Track 10 ‘Buried In Blue Jeans’ (CMNI score 8 ) - Website
Although they were raised on the family ranch in Florida, neither Jesse nor Noah Bellamy had aspirations of being a cattle rancher. Jesse relates, “We converted an old hay barn into a studio, that’s where we rehearsed and eventually began recording our first demos.” It didn’t hurt that their father, David Bellamy, of the Bellamy Brothers was there along the way encouraging and fostering their talents.
Country duo Jesse and Noah Bellamy have just released their new video for ‘Buried In Blue Jeans,’ the latest single written by Jesse Belamy off their album LANDFALL. It was shown on Showcase TV (The Phil Mack Show) on 8th August 2011.
Verdict: Well written and it’s immediately appealing

STEVE CHEERS (Australia) - Track 11 ‘Roger That’ (CMNI score 4) – Facebook Page
Steve hails from Bowral, New South Wales. Reviewers and DJ's have been immediately glowing about Steve Cheers (ex Cowpoke) new solo album 'The Speed of Love." Apparently the first single ‘The Sounds of Then’ which appeared on Hotdisc #147 has caused quite a splash in Steve's homeland Australia, and more hits are bound to follow. Heavily melodic and guitar based, 'The Speed of Love' on Powerpoint records features some of Australia's finest musicians and producer Herm Kovac.
Verdict: Musically lacks originality but I imagine the dancers will like it

DAVE SHERIFF (UK) - Track 12 ‘Voulez-Vous Danser’ (CMNI score 6) - Website
DAVE SHERIFF is well-known on the British country music scene and turned pro in 1972. He was born in the heart of the country on the Doverdale Estate near Droitwich in Worcestershire, England where his father worked as a gamekeeper. The family then moved to the Reading area in Berkshire where Dave made his first public appearance at Bradfield Village Hall back in 1958 playing the harmonica, beginning a lifetime fascination of playing musical instruments.
After teaching himself to play the drums, he progressed to guitar, and then started playing all three instruments together to become a very popular club act, and a world famous ‘One Man Band’ having no less than nine entries in the Guinness Book of Records between 1982 and 1989. This led to TV appearances in Hilversum Holland, Rome Italy and Helsinki Finland as well as two appearances with Roy Castle on BBC TVs 'Record Breakers' in London.

After becoming a judge for a dancing competition Dave composed the ‘Red Hot Salsa Dance’ (video) and it became an instant hit with linedancers around the world and was covered by many UK country acts. Off the back of that success this enabled Dave to go to Nashville working with the musicians responsible for creating that very distinctive 'Nashville Sound' - Pig Robbins, Buddy Spicher, Pete Wade, Leon Rhodes and Buddy Emmons.

Dave wrote this new song ‘Voulez-Vous Danser’ with a big country festival in France in mind which he attended at the beginning of May. The song has gone all over France and is available on iTunes.
Verdict: Taps into the dance club scene and won’t disappoint. Good to see Dave on Showcase TV - Tres Bien

MITCHELL JOHN (USA) - Track 13 ‘I’ll Have To Say I Love You In A Song’ (CMNI score 6) - Website
Music has always been a part of Mitchell John’s life. He has toured with Chris Ledoux, Dan Seals, Don Williams, and Ian Tyson and also performed at major festivals “I love to perform not only my own music live but also songs from some of the greats like Presley, Taylor, Croce, Strait, Sinatra. I have not recorded many of the songs I have written yet, but I planned to before it is all over” he says.
I’ll Have To Say I Love You In A Song’ ’is due to appear on a CD THE VERY BEST OF MICHELL JOHN released on his own label Ta Tanka.
Verdict: Good writer penned by Jim Croce. A little too syrupy and dated but an OK cover

JOHN STEPHAN (Australia) - Track 14 ‘Good At Startin’ Fires’ (CMNI score 6)
John hails from New South Wales in Australia
Verdict: - Resembles Vince Gill’s style - no bad thang. Like the gospel vibe, fine back up vox. Would like to see John use more vocal control next time

MEXICAN JOE WALKER (UK) - Track 15 ‘Tennessee Rose’ (CMNI score 4)
One of North Antrim's most well-known singers, Mexican Joe Walker has been recording for a number of years. Joe is influenced by the great country voices, including Jim Reeves and Don Williams.
The quitely spoken Mosside man has released this new track ‘Tennessee Rose’ written by Scotsman, Alex Birnie, who has penned songs for none other than George Hamilton the Fourth. Alex wrote to Joe when he heard one of his songs - a Don William classic, ‘Ghost Story’ on the ‘Hot Disc Top 40 and Top 10 charts.

Verdict: Dated sound but I’m sure retired couples would enjoy a slow dance to this – That’s where it will find its home.

ANTHONY DUKE (UK) - Track 16 ‘Stain(CMNI score 8) - Website
Genre: Alternative / Americana / Country - Location Brighton, United Kingdom
Take the West Coast 70s sound of The Eagles and Jackson Browne with shades of Bread, add the contemporary feel of artists like Keith Urban, singer songwriter Anthony Duke has been favourably compared to them all. Out on the road with his band, he powers through his original songs delivering his own brand of Americana with some classic Country Rock Covers thrown in. Tracks for the new album MAY YOU BE LOVED were laid down in Nashville, Los Angeles and the UK, with the bitter love song ‘Stain’ and ‘Satan’s little Sister’ being recorded & co-produced by Gary Carter who also plays steel and who has worked with Randy Travis and as Musical Director for Faith Hill.

Verdict: Solid modern mid-tempo number, well produced, original song (tick), would like to have more attack to make a 10

ROY AUGUST (USA) - Track 17 ‘The Way I Never Knew How’ (CMNI score 4) - Website
Verdict: Gentle heartbreaker, solid country solids, fine steel solo

JARED ROGERSON (USA) - Track 18 ‘Peace,Love And Horses’ (CMNI score 8) - Website
Among the picturesque landscapes, traditions were born by courageous men and women who traversed the rugged terrain in search of a new beginning. Though we are far from the time when a good horse was fast transportation, the influence of yesteryear persists still today. Having grown up in the modern West, Jared Rogerson is the product of a generation learning to thrive in midst of ever changing surroundings.
Jared has written songs from a young age, but his pursuit of rodeo and education has been in the forefront. Raised up in vicinity of the mighty Rocky Mountains, naturally, some of Jared’s fondest memories from his youth are of riding horses and mules on pack trips in the back country.

Besides bronc’ riding and mountain exploration, Jared has certainly been influenced by a variety of musical styles. “When you’re rodeoing, you spend most of the time just driving and listening to the radio. We listened to everything” he says. It was a rodeo injury in 2007 that spurred him into taking his music more seriously. It gave him an opportunity to escape with his life and chase a different dream.
On his new album PEACE, LOVE AND HORSES, it’s a collection of 12 unique works produced by Brenn Hill of Hooper, UT and Larry Beaird of Nashville, TN. A modern cowboy-flavored vibe, it is lyrically embellished with character and an honest edge.
Verdict: Exciting new name. Well composed, great production and vocal, Like this a lot!

LUANNE HUNT (USA) - Track 19 ‘Solace In The Wind’ (CMNI score 6) - Website
You can give up or look up” is her motto. Luanne Hunt's 2007 worldwide CD release, featured the Grammy-balloted songs, ‘I Want To Stand Where Jesus Stood’ and ‘Solace In The Wind’. Throughout her illustrious career as an Indie artist, Hunt has built an impressive list of accomplishments and a worldwide fan base with her refreshing and well-crafted country folk tunes. Her current CD, BREAKING THROUGH, has produced two hit singles on U.S. and European Charts. The enchanting ‘Solace In The Win’ reached No. 1 the European Country Music Association’s chart (Belgium) in July, 2010. The tune is written by Hunt’s husband Steve. The song landed on the 2009 Grammy ballot in two categories: Best Female Country Performance and Best Country Song. Watch the video on Youtube
Verdict: A gentle breezy song. Softly vocal, very pleasant.

Notes:
Hotdisc is the leading promotional company for country music in Europe via its Rush Released imprint - Link
Each week DJs and media people who receive Rush Released send back their reaction sheets where they are given the chance to rate every song up to 10pts.
The Hotdisc charts are updated every Sunday, the latest chart can be viewed here. 
The chart also appears in Country Music People, Up Country, Country Music & Dance, Country Routes, Cross Country, Pathfinder and Southern Country magazines.
You can listen to the Hotdisc Top 40 on CMR Nashville every Sunday at mid-day and the British & Irish Top 10 show on UKCountryRadio.com every Monday at 8pm - Or listen to the latest show by clicking on Part 1 & Part 2 on the Hotdisc Podcast page.

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