Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Celebrate the Season on ABC with “CMA Country Christmas”

Celebrate the Season on ABC with “CMA Country Christmas”
By Bob Doerschuk
© 2011 CMA Close Up® News Service / Country Music Association®, Inc.
As TV viewers took in the final moments of ABC’s live broadcast of “The 45th Annual CMA Awards” on Wednesday, Nov. 9, and as the last audience members filed out from Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, one might have imagined that lights dimmed throughout the venue and a long night’s work came to an end.
Not at all. Co-hosts Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood had just finished waving goodbye as the backstage crew sprinted into action, moving sets and scenery, bringing Christmas-season decorations out from the wings and onto the stage. Work continued throughout the night and the following day, up to the moment when taping began for the 2011 “CMA Country Christmas,” which airs Thursday, Dec. 21, 9PM/ET on ABC Television.
According to Executive Producer Robert Deaton, overseeing two major television specials on consecutive nights actually makes the job easier. “Shooting the day after the Awards provides us the unique opportunity to produce a very high-end, polished-looking show,” he said. “We would never be able to do it otherwise because we can take advantage of having all our 17 cameras, all the screens that are in the Awards set, the crew and everything else. So therefore we get a show that looks 10 times better than it would look as a standalone by incorporating the economies of scale.”
For all he’s done on the two older CMA television broadcasts, the live Awards show and the taped “CMA Music Festival: Country Music’s Biggest Night,” Deaton has a special affection for “CMA Country Christmas.” Why? Well, it’s Christmas!
“My dream was always to do a special at Christmastime that was reminiscent of the specials of Dean Martin, Bing Crosby and Judy Garland, where it was very warm and open and there was interaction between the artists,” he explained. “You would literally stop between songs and do an interview maybe in a living room because Christmas is the one time of the year where you can be reflective and a bit sentimental.”
That was the concept Deaton brought to ABC when discussions began on what would become the first “CMA Country Christmas,” aired in 2010. Among the initial concerns was whether today’s viewers would respond to the old-school model that he embraced. Then, having resolved to give it a shot, a more creative question arose: With two other annual CMA television spectaculars already established, how could the new addition stand out with its own identity?
“It’s different from the Festival broadcast, for example, whose tag line is ‘Country Music’s Night to Rock,’” he observed. “For that show, we put the pedal to the metal and we don’t let up. For this one, we began by making sure it’s a CMA Christmas special, not a holiday special. We wanted it to be something the whole family could watch without having to worry about whether somebody is going to say something off-color.”
To achieve that goal, Deaton again reached back to the classic Christmas specials. “I looked at old tapes and I saw, for example, one part of a Judy Garland special where she was sitting around the piano with Mel Tormé. They were just talking back and forth, almost like the cameras weren’t there. So I thought it would be very cool, when we introduced Reba in last year’s show, that Jennifer Nettles would be standing right beside her and they’d just talk about what they like about Christmas. Those kinds of moments don’t just happen. You have to craft them out far in advance.”
The 2010 special was an auspicious debut, with ABC drawing 18 percent more viewers than Fox and 12 percent more than NBC during that time slot, which persuaded the network to re-air the show a few weeks later, again in prime time. It also made it definite that Nettles, selected to serve as host, would be called back to duty for 2011.
“Jennifer is absolutely fantastic,” Deaton said. “What you see is what you get with her. She’s a dynamic performer. Onstage, she is always up, always smiling and engaging with her fans. She’s the most positive person, I think, I’ve ever met, and I felt that would come across on camera. Those were all qualities I thought we needed for the Christmas special, and she is a big contributor to the overall feel.”
Along with Nettles reprising her role, “CMA Country Christmas” this year will feature an all-star assembly of artists, including Lauren Alaina, Vince Gill, Amy Grant, Little Big Town, Scotty McCreery, Brad Paisley, Rascal Flatts, Darius Rucker, Brian Setzer, Sugarland, Keith Urban and more.
“The 45th Annual CMA Awards” is a production of the Country Music Association. Robert Deaton is the Executive Producer. Paul Miller is the Director. The special will be shot in high definition and broadcast in 720 Progressive (720P), ABC’s selected HDTV format, with 5.1 channel surround sound.

John Carter Cash - Mein Vater Johnny Cash

Die Biografie mit unveröffentlichten Fotografien,
Gedichten und Songtexten

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Erscheinungstermin 27. Oktober 2011

80. Geburtstag von Johnny Cash am 26. Februar 2012

Kein anderer Musiker hat die Country-Musik so nachhaltig geprägt wie Johnny Cash: Mit über 500 Songs, mehr als 50 Millionen verkauften Tonträgern und 15 Grammy Awards ist er unbestritten der King of Country und erfährt bis heute auch über die Genregrenzen hinweg hohe Anerkennung und Zuneigung. Doch sein Leben war auch von den Schattenseiten seines Erfolgs geprägt: Alkohol- und Drogenabhängigkeit, Ehekrisen, Gewaltausbrüche. Seine Bühnenpartnerin, spätere Ehefrau und große Liebe June Carter blieb dennoch bis zu ihrem Tod an seiner Seite. Ihre gemeinsamen Auftritte – einer davon diente Cash als Szenerie für seinen Heiratsantrag – sind spätestens durch den Oscar-prämierten Film Walk the Line (2005) legendär. Neben Songs wie Ring of Fire, A Boy Named Sue und dem Konzert At Folsom Prison haben sich vor allem seine letzten Aufnahmen ins kollektive Gedächtnis eingraviert: Die von Rick Rubin produzierten American Recordings enthalten unter anderen so ergreifende Songs wie Solitary Man, One oder Hurt. 2003, ein Jahr nach der Veröffentlichung des letzten Albums The Man Comes Around starb Johnny Cash.
John Carter Cash ist das einzige Kind von Johnny Cash und June Carter Cash. Sein Blick auf den „Man in Black“ ist der eines liebenden Sohnes, fasziniert vom Charisma seines Vaters, den er auf vielen Stationen seines ereignisreichen Lebens aus nächster Nähe erlebte. Anekdotenreich erzählt er aus dem Leben der Familie Cash und zeichnet mit zahlreichen exklusiv veröffentlichten Fotografien, Gedichten, Notizen, Briefen, Zeichnungen und Songtexten aus den Archiven seiner Familie ein intimes Porträt von Johnny Cash.
Mit Stimmen aus der Familie und von Freunden, u.a. Kris Kristofferson, Lou Robin und Rosanne Cash.

John Carter Cash begleitete seinen Vater auf Konzerttourneen und produzierte später mehrere Alben seiner Eltern. Heute ist er erfolgreicher Country-Musiker, Songwriter und Musikproduzent. Er lebt mit seiner Frau und drei Kindern in Hendersonville, Tennessee, USA.

Country Music News International November 29th 2011

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Interview with Sherrie Austin

Interview with Sherrie Austin

Lamitschka:  Country Music has many new fans throughout Europe who may be hearing about you for the first time. How would you describe yourself and the music you play to someone who has never seen or heard you?

Sherrie Austin: My music has always been a little outside of the box but even so  I made this record with an artistic freedom I have never experienced before........I just recorded
the songs that i felt most represented me as an artist singer/songwriter. There was no calculating or figuring out what songs may get played or might be acceptable in the country genre, I just made music that moved me and I hadn't done that in a long time and it was way overdue and this music just wanted 'out of me' and to be heard.

Lamitschka:  How was the last year for you? What were your highlights?

Sherrie Austin: The last year has been one of the most exciting, challenging and rewarding years I have ever had in my career.  i self wrote, self produced and self financed my own cd after an 8 year absence from the spotlight.

Lamitschka:  After 8 years you have a new album. How did you choose the title for the CD?  Is there a story behind the name?

Sherrie Austin: I named the cd 'Circus Girl', because my life in the entertainment biz has been pretty much like a big ole' circus. The song is a metaphor for dreams: losing them, finding them again. In my case as an artist, I thought the circus had left town, but one day I looked up and there was a new circus in cyberspace, one that enabled me to reach my fans without the middle man - the internet.

Lamitschka:  Did you write every song yourself?  Can you tell me the inspiration behind several of the songs and their stories?

Sherrie Austin: I wrote or co-wrote every song on the record. They are a mixture of life stories I either experienced myself or I felt inspired to write because I was moved
by other peoples life stories. 'Friday Night Girls' and 'Sleep With Me' came from girls nights, laughter and tears shared over wine or margaritas. 'He's All Yours' and 'Bad For
Me', a couple of bad dates. I really appreciate finding humor in pain and that's how songs like 'I Didn't' and 'If I Was A Man'

Christian Lamitschka ( Ch.Lamitschka@t-online.de )

The Oak Ridge Boys Save the Children

The Oak Ridge Boys Team with Save the Children,
Inspiring Change During Season of Giving
Iconic Group Helping Those in Need
with Extensive Holiday Tour & Network TV Special
The Oak Ridge BoysNashville, TN (November 28, 2011) -- The legendary Oak Ridge Boys are kicking off the season with a 31-city holiday tour, and teaming with Save the Children to lend a hand to those in need. For those who miss them on stage, the group will bring its incomparable sounds into homes across the nation, with a broadcast television show, The Oak Boys Christmas Special. It’s set to begin airing on Friday, December 2, 2011, and will be featured on TLN (Total Living Network), WHT (World Harvest Network) and Inspiration Network as well as in various markets, including New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Miami, Houston, Phoenix, Memphis, San Francisco, Honolulu, and many more. Be sure to check local listings throughout the holiday season for the half-hour special. The program will also be featured on Save the Children’s YouTube Channel and include CMT Insider host Katie Cook, a long-time child sponsor through the organization.
Recently inducted into the Grand Ole Opry, members of the iconic group—Duane Allen, Joe Bonsall, William Lee Golden, and Richard Sterban— will captivate audiences across the U.S. with a unique blend of yuletide favorites, sprinkled with their greatest hits, winter wonderland scenes, and special effects through December 21, 2011. Songs will include the chart-topping hit, “Elvira” and their newly-released single, “What’cha Gonna Do” from the group’s latest CD, It’s Only Natural, exclusively available through Cracker Barrel Old Country Store®.
Oak Ridge Boys member Duane Allen says teaming with the organization is an honorable and purposeful mission.  “We take pleasure in announcing that our group is partnering with Save the Children during this year’s Christmas tour. This organization has been around for nearly 100 years, and specializes in aiding children,” he states. “For less than a dollar a day, one can help a child. There’s no need for any child to suffer from poverty, but in reality, there are millions who need our help. The hope of The Oak Ridge Boys is that with Save the Children, we can continue to provide assistance because children are our greatest resource,” Allen explains.
Save the Children is the leading independent children’s organization making lasting change in the lives of children in the U.S. and 120 countries around the world.  Through programs in health, education and economic opportunities, Save the Children works to ensure that children are able to reach their full potential.
“Oak Ridge Boys fans may be interested to know that Save the Children began its work right here in the U.S., to help the children of Appalachia during the Great Depression,” said Carolyn Miles, President & CEO of Save the Children. “Child sponsorship is a key way to help children in need, not only during the holidays but all year round and we are grateful that the Oak Ridge Boys are helping us to spread the message this season.”
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CRS 2012 New Faces of Country Music Show Performers Announced

CRS 2012 New Faces of Country Music Show Performers Announced

(Nashville, Tenn. – Nov. 28, 2011)
Hunter Hayes, David Nail, Sunny Sweeney, Thompson Square and Eli Young Band have been announced as the CRS 2012 New Faces of Country Music Show® performers.

The 2012 New Faces of Country Music Show will be held Friday, Feb. 24, 2012, at Country Radio Seminar inside the downtown Nashville Convention Center.  Co-sponsored by the Academy of Country Music and Muscular Dystrophy Association, the annual new artist showcase event officially closes out the three-day seminar and remains one of the most anticipated performances each year at CRS.  Tickets to last year’s New Faces show sold out more than six weeks prior to CRS 2011.

“The future of Country radio happens every twenty minutes on the New Faces of Country Music Show!  Radio has spoken clearly with this year’s wonderful lineup of Hunter Hayes, David Nail, Sunny Sweeney, Thompson Square and Eli Young Band for the crown jewel of CRS 2012,” says New Faces Committee Chair John Crenshaw.

CRS sponsor Lucchese Boots is proudly providing each New Faces performer with a custom-made pair of Lucchese Boots.

The $499 Regular Registration rate for CRS 2012 is currently available at www.CountryRadioSeminar.com.

About Country Radio Seminar:
Country Radio Seminar is an annual convention designed to educate and promote the exchange of ideas and business practices in the Country music industry, with specific emphasis on issues relevant to Country radio.  CRS 2012 will be held Feb. 22-24, 2012, in downtown Nashville, Tenn., at the Nashville Convention Center.  Visit  www.CountryRadioSeminar.com for more information.  Country Radio Seminar is a property of Country Radio Broadcasters.



Nashville, TN - Nov. 28, 2011 - Reigning CMA and ACM Vocal Group of the Year Lady Antebellum’s anthemic “We Owned the Night” takes the top spot on the Billboard Country Singles chart this week, marking the trio’s sixth career No. one hit. The track has already scored big internationally, having spent three weeks at No. one on the Billboard Canada Country chart.

"This is our tour opener, and every night when we start into it, you can definitely feel the support that country radio has given this song.  Everyone is ready for it, and the energy really helps get the night kicked off right and sets the tone," says Charles Kelley.  "It's crazy to think we've had six No. one hits…we want to send out a big thank you to all of our friends at country radio, our record label and our fans!  We know these don't come easy…it's a big group effort!"

“We Owned the Night” is the second No. one single off the group’s Platinum certified new album OWN THE NIGHT, which became country music’s biggest first week debut this year. The trio will be honored as one of CMT’s five Artists of the Year in December.
Fans can catch Lady A on the Fall leg of their headlining tour, which was recently extended into next year as the OWN THE NIGHT 2012 WORLD TOUR with Darius Rucker and special guest Thompson Square. For a full list of upcoming tour dates, visit www.ladyantebellum.com.



I have just learned that Charlie Douglas, one of our long time friends, and one of the great legendary DJ’s of our time, has passed away this past Thanksgiving Day.  I do not have cause of death or age at this time but I will have that information forthcoming.  It is a sad, sad day in our country music industry. 

Speaking on a personal note, when Charlie was on air at WWL New Orleans, and then when he was the all-nighter on WSM here in Nashville, he always had an open door policy for playing new artists records, and I believe I am speaking for many, many artists in our country music industry.  What a sad loss of one of the great pioneers in our in country music radio.  His personality and friendship were for a lifetime for me personally.  Several years ago I spoke with Charlie and he reminded me of two of my records that he played many times, and was always there for so many of us back then.

I cannot count the nights that me and my band would be traveling the roads and listening to Charlie as he kept us awake while driving with the great country records, interviews, and great stories.  He will be missed, but he has left an great mark in our country music industry.

Charlie was residing with his wife in Picayune, MS at time of death.  There will be a memorial service Saturday, December 3, 2011, but I do not have complete information at this time.

I will miss him as we all will.  I ask you to keep Charlie’s family in your thoughts and prayers at this time of sorrow in their life.


If there is a passionate love affair between country music and truck drivers, one of the Cupid figures in the scenario would be Charlie Douglas, a disc jockey who realized it might be worthwhile to act as if his entire audience consisted of truck drivers -- which it probably did, since nobody else would put up with such nonsense. Feeling the palpable excitement at the idea of country & western created specifically for truck drivers to enjoy, Douglas both heavily promoted any material of this sort and even made some records of his own on a subject that is the source of many classic country songs. The disc jockey even teamed up with one of the greats of country for truckers, Dave Dudley, creating a delirium of white-line fever entitled Diesel Duets. 

 Douglas, who was inducted into the Country Music Disc Jockey Hall of Fame in 1994, began his radio career in 1953 at KLIC out of Monroe, LA. He moved on to Oklahoma City, San Antonio, Buffalo, Hartford, San Diego, and Miami, but only became a huge force in the country radio wars in 1970 when he started a new five-hour show each weeknight on New Orleans station WWL. This was the Charlie Douglas and His Road Gang show, eventually heard nationwide and involving humorous fictional characters of Douglas' creation, such as the imbecile Wichita Beaker. If his decision to pitch a show at truckers was a gimmick, then it was certainly safer than some of the previous escapades he became involved with while trying to make a name in radio. In Texas, he broadcast from a hot air balloon but lost control of the navigation and wound up drifting over the Gulf of Mexico. He is also the first person to broadcast while parachuting from an airplane, although not the first disc jockey who listeners wanted to have thrown out of an airplane. Similar thoughts would accompany Douglas' promotional broadcasts while standing in a lion's cage or riding on the back of an enraged brahma bull. The WWL show ran for a lucky 13 years, and the honors were many. 

Overdrive magazine named Douglas its Trucking Disc Jockey of the Year in 1973, and there were also awards from the Country Music Association. In 1975,Douglas himself went on the road, sending out music to road hogs from 40 different locations in just 50 days. Douglas replaced Chuck Morgan on Music Country Radio in the early '80s, and from there garnered a spot at WSM in Nashville. He kept the latter position through 1995, at that time focusing full-time on his Compact Disc Xpress company. Recordings Douglas made on his own during his road show era represent this radio genius at the height of his creativity. The collaboration with Dudley has received the gold vinyl reissue treatment from Sun, but the country comedy cassette entitled Me and Dammit Ray, which Douglas created on his own, might only be found by scouring flea markets. The title routine, involving a talking outhouse, is worth sitting through. ~

Eugene Chadbourne, All Music Guide

Rachael Johnson, Earns Rave Reviews for November

Nashville Recording Artist, Rachael Johnson, Earns Rave Reviews for November
Show from Eddie Montgomery’s Steakhouse Entertainment Manager

Nashville, TN – KY fans witnessed a great show Nov 18th at Eddie Montgomery’s Steakhouse, located in Harrodsburg, when Nashville Recording Artist Rachael Johnson performed with special guest star, Chris Caskey.

"Rachael Johnson brought top quality music to our stage.  I can see why she’s regularly booked in Nashville.  She is a crowd pleaser and an overall wonderful singer!  Rachael isn’t scared to come off of the stage and really work her audience.  That quality alone sets her apart from most performers!  I am very excited to have her come back very soon!"  Tim Jury, Eddie Montgomery’s Steakhouse
 Entertainment Manager

A Nashville transplant, Rachael Johnson grew up in the original “Mayberry”, a place memorialized in American’s hearts as the beloved home town on the Andy Griffith Show. Three years in TN has found Johnson as an in demand solo artist, playing 20 to 25 shows a month in Nashville, surrounding cities and occasionally, out of state, sharing the stage with Country Stars like Jo Dee Messina, Josh Thompson, Little Texas, Dave Gibson, Chris Young, Craig Campbell and Trent Tomlinson to name a few.

She would begin to amass loyal fans, frequenting her full band live shows and the respect of established songwriters by showcasing her own original songs at Nashville’s famed writer’s nights. In 2011, The Rachael Johnson Band had the distinctive honor of being named the weekly house band at Nashville’s world famous Wildhorse Saloon.
For more information on Rachael Johnson, please visit www.RachaelJohnson.Com or www.facebook.com/rachaeljohnsonmusic


“O Holy Night” Available Now on iTunes


Nashville, TN…(November 28, 2011)Black River Entertainment artist Sarah Darling is bringing a beautiful new music video to her fans, just in time for the holiday season.  The video for the Christmas classic “O Holy Night,” filmed earlier this month, makes Darling the first artist to film a music video inside the stunning hall of Nashville’s Schermerhorn Symphony Center. Featuring a septet from the Nashville Philharmonic, the music video for “O Holy Night” is a striking performance piece that will be released this December.

When asked about the Sarah Darling music video, Nashville Symphony President and CEO Alan Valentine shared, "It is our privilege to make Schermerhorn Symphony Center available for this wonderful project. Our beautiful building hosts all kinds of music throughout the year, and the classically inspired architecture and intimate setting of the Lara Turner Concert Hall provides the perfect backdrop for a truly Music City holiday greeting."

In further celebration of the holiday season, Sarah Darling will join Mayor Karl Dean and Parade Grand Marshal and legendary country music star Vince Gill on December 2nd as a part of the City of Nashville’s tree lighting ceremony. Kicking off the 59th Annual Piedmont Natural Gas Christmas Parade, Sarah Darling will perform “O Holy Night” at the lighting of the 40-foot Norway spruce. The ceremony will take place at Nashville’s Public Square in front of the Historic Metro Courthouse beginning at 6:30pm CT. The parade will follow at 7 p.m. and travel down Second Avenue and Broadway. The event is free and open to the public.

Sarah Darling’s recording of “O Holy Night” is available HERE and everywhere digital music is sold.

Declared by the New York Times as a “sophisticated songwriter” with a “crisp, powerful voice,” Black River Entertainment artist Sarah Darling is confidently making her mark on the country music scene. She made her Grand Ole Opry debut in February 2011 and quickly followed that up with the #1 music video for her hit “Something To Do With Your Hands” from her sophomore release, Angels & Devils. The multi-dimensional artist also has a passion for cooking and fashion, and is aligned with such high profile brands as Crock-Pot and Betsey Johnson. Darling is currently in the studio working on her upcoming album with producer Dan Huff (Keith Urban, Faith Hill, Rascal Flatts) to be released in 2012.  For more information on Sarah Darling, please visit sarahdarling.com or Facebook.com/OfficialSarahDarling.

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