Monday, December 5, 2011



Show To Broadcast December 5 at 8pm ET on FOX
Nashville, TN…(December 2, 2011) – RCA Nashville recording artist and three time American Country Award nominee Chris Young has been added to the star-studded lineup of the fan voted awards show on FOX. Young will perform his No. 1 smash and ACA nominated cut “Voices,” from his GOLD certified sophomore album The Man I Want To Be.
Young’s ACA nominations include Breakthrough Artist of the Year plus Single of the Year and Male Single of the Year for “Voices,” which he co-wrote with Chris Tompkins and Craig Wiseman. His current hit song “You,” from his new album NEON, is Top 15 and climbing at country radio.
ABOUT CHRIS YOUNG: 2011 has been an amazing year for Chris Young, with recent nominations including: CMA New Artist of the Year, American Country Awards, and his first GRAMMY® nod, in addition to four recent national TV appearances. With his rich, warm baritone and penchant for writing relatable, slice-of-life songs, Young has emerged as both a critic and fan favorite. In the last few months, Young has celebrated GOLD selling status for both his sophomore album The Man I Want To Be, and smash single "Tomorrow" from his new album NEON. His latest single and follow up to four consecutive #1s, “You”, is screaming up the charts. Young has been out on the road most of this year on Jason Aldean’s “My Kinda Party Tour”. Miranda Lambert has selected Chris as her special guest for her tour “On Fire” starting in January 2012. For tour dates and all the latest information on Chris Young, visit and follow him on Twitter @ChrisYoungMusic.

A Skaggs Family Christmas, Vol 2 (CD Review)

A Skaggs Family Christmas, Vol 2 (CD Review)

1. Christmas Time's a Coming 2. Light of the Stable 3. The First Noel 4. What Songs Were Sung
5 Silent Night 6. Flight to Egypt 7. Reunion Song 8. Children Go
9. Oh Come, Oh Come, Emmanuel 10. Joy to the World

Release - Sept 27, 2011
Label - Skaggs Family Records
Catalog - SFC 10122
UPC - 669890101220
Genre - Holiday
Time - 37:51

Back in 2005 due to fans requests A Skaggs Family Christmas Volume One emerged and Ricky Skaggs a 14-time Grammy Winner wasn’t sure if there would be another one. With fans eager for more seasonal cheer we now have another family Christmas project with Volume Two, which again is a true labour of love!
Ricky and his family are indeed in good spirits and ready to celebrate in more ways than one. Skaggs now in this 50th year in the entertainment business took home two prestigious new awards in 2011 winning both Entertainer of the Year and Musician of the Year at the 17th Annual ICM Faith and Family & Country Awards.  

This new 10-track gift wrapped offering contains both studio and live recordings. Ricky Skaggs is the projects arranger and executive producer and plays guitar, gut string guitar, mandolin and adds both lead and harmony vocals.
On this extended family get together Skaggs is joined by his wife Sharon Skaggs White (Guitar, Vocal Harmony, Vocals) along with their talented children Luke (Arranger, Guitar, Vocal Harmony) and Molly (Arranger, Piano, Vocal Harmony, Vocals).
Ricky’s in-laws and musical clan The Whites are welcomed to this Yuletide gathering with Buck (Bass Vocal, Mandolin) and Cheryl White (Bass, Vocal Harmony, Vocals) and Cheryl's daughter, Rachel Leftwich (Arranger, Vocal Harmony, Vocals). Also featuring on this recording are members of Ricky’s highly praised band KENTUCKY THUNDER and The Nashville Strings conducted by Jim Gray.

With bells a ringin’ things get going in a spritely manner on the bluegrass fuelled opener ‘Christmas Time's a Coming. Written by Texan Tex Logan he is best known for this famous original seasonal song and whose material has been recorded by Bill Monroe and Emmylou Harris.

Sharon with sister Cheryl, and father Buck then take the spotlight on the gentle and uplifting version of ‘Light of the Stable’ featuring some delicate mandolin pickings. Written by Elizabeth Rhymer and Steven Rhymer this Christmas tune was first released in 1975 and recorded by Emmylou Harris with Linda Ronstadt, Dolly Parton and Neil Young providing harmony and became Harris’ title cut on her 1979 Christmas release. Elaine Paige and The Judds have also taken a shine to his number.

Ricky takes the lead on a live cappella cover of the traditional ‘The First Noel’ accompanied by the White sisters with their delicious high and low harmonies – The loud cheers signify the audience loved it.

The sombre ‘What Songs Were Sung’ was composed by John Jacob Niles who was a collector of traditional ballads and earned him the title “Dean of American Balladeers”. He penned a number of classic folk songs including, "Black Is the Color” and the haunting carol "I Wonder as I Wander". Musicality and tradition has most definitely been passed down and Ricky and Sharon White must be immensely proud of daughter Molly who plays piano and sings a heavenly vocal as peace and love become but one on this near 7-minute outstanding masterpiece.

Mother Sharon then provides more gorgeous lead backed by more divine harmonies on the classic ‘Silent Night’. This acoustic laden track develops when joined by a restrained but soaring string section.

Luke Skaggs then showcases his wares on his instrumental composition ‘Flight to Egypt’. With its intricate fretwork, slapping bass and interesting orchestral passages this evocative score must have been something to behold on the live stage.

The family then unite like birds of a feather on the melodic and sermon-like ‘Reunion Song’ with Ricky taking lead flavoured with rich acoustic and steel pickings. It was written by the late Canadian Gene MacLellan who wrote the much covered “Snowbird” (a hit for Anne Murray) and the gospel/pop song “Put Your Hand In The Hand”. His daughter Catherine herself a songwriter has recently finish a UK tour.

Lots of family vocal interplay features on the sparse trad tune ‘Children Go’. With a slowly and original arrangement on ‘Oh Come, Oh Come, Emmanuel’, Luke, Molly and Rachel breathe purity into a frosty air, giving it a laid back and mellow feel.

It rounds off with ‘Joy to the World’ strangely devoid of any vocals as a symphonic sampler, which although pleasant enough its home belongs on a classical compilation. Not to be left disappointed this follow-up to Volume One has an additional bonus with a 26-track full-length DVD concert which was filmed at the Ryman Auditorium.

As a 15-member troupe the three generations continue their tradition of taking A Skaggs Family Christmas on the road on this their ninth successive year - "We started singing these songs in our living room ages ago," explained Sharon.  "We had no idea that we would ever take this show to so many different places”. The show is described as a down-home, Bluegrass-inspired seasonal celebration that is a musical tour de force. It will conclude at Nashville's Schermerhorn Symphony Center on Thursday, December 22, 2011.

It is with great sadness to report that 62 year old Tom Roady, a longtime percussionist in Nashville who plays on this album and also on Volume One died in his sleep on Nov. 28, 2011 in the band's tour bus prior to a planned performance at Clemson University playing drums whilst on this tour. Tom was credited on albums right across the musical genres and played on scores of some of the finest country albums with Suzy Bogguss, Kenny Chesney, The Dixie Chicks, Sara Evans, Vince Gill, and Martina McBride, among the many.


Steel Guitar News

Hello fellow players,

The steel player that I would like to recognize from the International Steel Guitar Hall of Fame today is a player that has been so universally accepted that he has a style named after him. The style is the most played and most loved of any style that has ever been played on steel guitar, the Bud Isaacs style is a style that Bud invented in 1952 and has been universally adapted by almost every steel player in the world.

Bud had one pedal on his double neck eight string Bigsby that raised his B string on his E9th a whole tone and his G# string a half tone. By working these two strings together, his chords and tuning went from an E chord to an A chord. This he incorporated into a style that he used on many, many hit records. Later on, most players split that pedal up into two pedals to pull the strings separately.

In 1952 Bud was on eleven number one songs on the country music charts. He was the predominant player of this style even though everybody else scrambled to have this pedal put on their own guitars. Paul Bigsby’s waiting list for a new guitar went from two a month to twenty five a month and he never did catch up.

In Nashville, Buddy Emmons, Shot Jackson and Don Davis started their careers one might even say, trying to help satisfy the demand for steel guitars to play Bud’s style by fitting pedals on non-pedal guitars. Today that is the main style on every setup of every pedal steel guitar built. I don’t know one steel guitarist that has infected so many other steel players the way Bud Isaacs has.

Most steel players won’t even buy a guitar if they don’t have this Bud Isaacs style setup on it when they buy it, however today that pedal has been split. It takes two pedals, one pulling the B and one pulling the G# to play this style. Most steel guitar players, unless they are quite old to the instrument, don’t even know that is what they are buying. Bud Isaacs is definitely the daddy of steel guitar the way it is played today, the most standard tuning ever on steel.

Even though there is not a lot of Bud Isaacs playing available on YouTube, those that followed in his footsteps like Sonny Burnett, Buddy Emmons, Walter Haines, Howard White, Joe Vincent (that played with Faron Young in the fifties) and Jimmy Day are available in abundance for your viewing pleasure. These guys were very close carbon copies of Bud Isaacs in the beginning of the Eth style, but took this style on to new heights when Bud left Nashville to go to California in 1955.

Bud Isaacs was born March 26, 1928 in Bedford, Indiana. He was inducted in the Hall of Fame in 1984. This is about the most historical player in the Steel Guitar Hall of Fame.

Well here we are at Christmas shopping time. We are dropping prices, slashing the bottom line and just getting vicious with our discount prices. I don’t want anybody that knows me and wants a steel guitar or any steel guitar product to do without this year. Christmas is the time to get what we want the most reasonable way we can get it. So let’s plan on doing this without losing the true meaning of Christmas.

When it comes to steel guitar and Christmas I have mentioned many times what Christmas has always meant to me. It means celebrating the birthday of our Lord and being in a great mood. Having a new steel guitar and associated equipment always put me in a good mood as a little kid.

I don’t want to use this time of year just as a time to make big dollars, but as a time to see big smiles on my customer’s faces because of things that I can do for them. The prices that are listed are sales prices and these prices are far from retail, however these prices, are now being offered at 20% off the sale price which means on some items you could be as much as 50% off.

On the last sale we had, there was one beautiful Emmons D-10 steel guitar that we sold and lost over $400. I only hope the customer that got it knows what kind of a deal he got. Anyway, these are the kind of deals that we are offering now. Remember, gift certificates are a great way to save money also.

Next week’s featured Hall of Fame player will be Lloyd Green. We’ll have a discussion on different styles of changers like fingertip, permanent, broken finger, push pull etc. Don’t miss next week’s newsletter.

New products. Well I finally buckled and decided to give everybody what they’ve been asking for. Non-gaudy, very classy, long-sleeve, solid black steel guitar t-shirts, the key words here being long-sleeve.

After all, here we are coming into winter and I don’t care where you live in the United States, things get cool everywhere, so why not have a cool shirt. All the shirt has on it is the three most important words of your life. The three words that say what you love and what you are, Steel Guitar Nashville.

Here’s the link:

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

Your buddy,

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Personalize a Digital Gift Card from Cracker Barrel for All the Stars on Your List

Cracker Barrel Old Country Store®Lebanon, Tenn. (December 5, 2011) – For a great gift with no worries ‘if’ it will get there on time, ‘if’ it’s personal enough, or ‘if’ it’s something they can use, choose a Cracker Barrel Old Country Store® digital gift card.  With these electronic versions of Cracker Barrel’s traditional plastic gift cards, you can add a personal message and photo, schedule delivery right down to the day and time, and even share it socially on Facebook.  And now you can add an image of the Oak Ridge Boys, Wynonna Judd, or Jason Michael Carroll Cracker Barrel CD cover for the music lovers on your list.

“The Oak Ridge Boys are having lots of fun with Cracker Barrel’s digital gift cards,” said Joe Bonsall of The Oak Ridge Boys.  “We go to and order a digital gift card.  This is where the fun begins.  We then add a personal photo, or select the image of our CD cover, add a message, decide how much we want the card to be worth from $10.00 to $500.00, pick a delivery date, and we’re done. Our friends get the gift of the kind of good country cookin’ that we like to eat when we visit at Cracker Barrel or they can pick out something for themselves from Cracker Barrel’s store.  And when they see a picture of our CD on the gift card, it’s a gentle reminder to listen to our music or to buy our CD, It’s Only Natural, which Cracker Barrel recently released through their exclusive music program for one of their friends. I love the way this works!”

Cracker Barrel’s digital gift cards with exclusive music program CD images also include Wynonna Judd and Jason Michael Carroll.  Wynonna’s Love Heals CD debuted at #7 on the Billboard Magazine Top Country Albums chart in May 2010.  Jason Michael Carroll’s Numbers CD was released in July 2011 with a compilation of songs about everyday life experiences, including “Alyssa Lies,” which reached #5 on the Billboard Country Chart from Carroll’s 2007 album.

About Cracker Barrel
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store provides a friendly home-away-from-home in its old country stores and restaurants. Guests are cared for like family while relaxing and enjoying real home-style food and shopping that’s surprisingly unique, genuinely fun and reminiscent of America’s country heritage…all at a fair price.  The restaurant serves up delicious, home-style country food such as meatloaf and homemade chicken n’ dumplins as well as its made from scratch biscuits using an old family recipe.  The authentic old country retail store is fun to shop and offers unique gifts and self-indulgences.

Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc. (Nasdaq:
CBRL) was established in 1969 in Lebanon, Tenn. and operates 608 company-owned locations in 42 states.  Every Cracker Barrel unit is open seven days a week with hours Sunday through Thursday, 6 a.m. – 10 p.m., and Friday and Saturday, 6 a.m. - 11 p.m.  For more information, visit

Country Music News International December 5th 2011

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 The OAK TREE OPRY is closed for the season, but the April 20-21-22 SpringFest is sure shaping up to be a good one.  Bill Hedren is going to help out.  He's the guy whose CD I just reviewed.  You probably have seen him perform, he's a nice looking older guy with gray hair, dresses incredibly snappy, not real tall, and has a kind of Ray Price Eddie Arnold style voice.  He is very popular at the Fremont Festival.  Also, the news is out all over town.....Dale Eichor and Bobby Awe are the first celebs to perform next year at the Oak Tree.  Their date is May 4th, and we already have reserved seats being arranged.  You can do that by calling 712-762-4363 and leave a message....please wait until the beep, OR you can call us on our cell phone at 712-249-5989.  This is going to be a great way to open the season officially at the Oak Tree, so come early, spend some time at the Lake Anita State Park & Campground, and enjoy a steak dinner at the Redwood Steakhouse.  We're going to have the great steel player Curt Shoemaker later on, I think, if we can match a date.  So, the next year season is already looking really good.
This month of December is showing a stellar line up for the Ernest Tubb Midnight Jamboree, which broadcasts live at midnight every Saturday night.  I've already told you about my experience on the Jamboree, but this December, expect to see special hosts like Mel Tillis, Leona Williams, Dianne Sherrill, and Jett Williams.  Boy, that sounds like fun.  If anyone gets to see one of these shows, please give us a report.
Expect to see a brand new country music festival on the horizon in Iowa next year, July 20-21.  Although they say they have superstars booked but cannot reveal who they are until after the 1st of the year, I suspect it will be more like rock stars than country stars, or maybe rock with a steel guitar.  Anyway, the concept is a good one.  Loren Arp, a physical therapist as well as a good Iowa farmer, died November 9th from the explosion of a combine he was operating.  His son Michael Arp, is carrying forward his dad's idea of creating an amphitheater on property they own near the intersection of I-80 and I-280 near Davenport.  It will hopefully be a 3-stage operation, and any money raised over and above expenses will go to the newly created 'Loren Arp Memorial Fund' which will work with the University of Iowa Hospital to provide funding for the expenses of families with children being treated for burns.  The amphitheater concept is still in the planning stages, so the 2-day festival will be held at Centennial Park in Davenport.  Young Arp says it will expand to 3 or 4 days if successful.
I just had to include this quote from the quiet giant, Don Williams....."I don't think today's country music is country.  It is more like rock n' roll to me.  I really enjoy songs that have a good melody and real good lyrics.  I believe this is what makes a good song.  There have been many songs from my younger days that have stood the test of time.  I am not sure the songs today will experience this kind of longevity."
One of our Hall of Famers, from Missouri, Frank Ray, a tremendously good mandolin picker and vocalist in bluegrass music, is asking for prayer for his wife Vicki, who  has a cancerous tumor on her kidney.  Your intercession in prayer to Jesus Christ will be greatly appreciated.
Southwest Community College in Coos Bay, Oregon, is looking for a part-time music instructor.  Must have a BA in or relevant degree.  Go to for more information.  You can visit the same website for information from Roaring Lion Energy Drink who is looking for a sports and music manager.
Johnny Cash's sister, Joanne Cash, has a new CD out...."The Christmas Collection."  She continues to tour worldwide, and makes weekly appearances at Cowboy Church in Nashville, which she and her husband founded there.
You've probably never heard of Jason Aldean.  Well, then again maybe you have.  He's a very successful 'Rap' artist.  He has, according to the reviews, a tremendously great 'Rap' album out too, called "Dirt Road Anthem."  The peculiar part of all this is, it's up for a Grammy in no less than "Best Country Solo."  WHAT?   But....'country solo???'  Wow, ain't life interesting.  The Grammy's didn't do bad by Dr. Ralph Stanley, his album is up for best bluegrass.  Properly so.  He's already won four Grammy's, and promises to make up his date he missed this year at LeMars when he got stranded in NYC from the hurricane that went through there that day.
David Allan Coe is back in the Iowa news.  You might remember he was tossed out of the Prairie Meadows Casino in Des Moines.  He was pretty badly dressed, apparently had won a slot-machine jackpot, put his girl-friend in charge of the machine he had just won on so he could play other machines while waiting for the jackpot???  Anyway, he has since married her, and sued the Casino mostly because he is a celebrity, and deserved better treatment than being escorted out by security guards after an altercation.  The judge decided since he was tossed by Sheriff's Deputies rather than casino employees, no dice.  So he tossed the entire case.  You might remember that Coe wrote "Take This Job and Stuff It" for Johnny Paycheck.
I've heard in a round-about way that Harriette Andersen, the remarkable acoustic bass player for Rick & Harriette is still suffering from what she calls the 'crud.'  Does this require a get-well card???
Charlie Douglas is in the Disc Jockey Hall of Fame.  He worked on WWL in New Orleans, and on WSM in Nashville.  He passed away on Thanksgiving Day.  This is the guy who created the great all-night radio show for truck drivers.  Lots of people tuned him in because he played 'real' country music.  He had a huge following.  I'll bet Roger Kenaston knows who I'm talking about.

     Hutchinson, Kansas....."Wow, did I say President Eisenhower was born in Abilene, Kansas?  No, he wasn't, he was born in Denison, Texas, but he grew up in Abilene, and that's where he and his wife Mamie are buried.  I'm sorry if I said he was born there, he wasn't."  Old time rural music performers Bob & Sheila Everhart are 'on the road' in Kansas.  "We had such a delightful day there," added Sheila, "and then we went on to Hutchinson, Kansas.  This was a very important visit for me."
     "Of all the places for a space center to be, it's located in Hutchinson, Kansas.  The Cosmosphere is an incredible place," Bobbie Lhea, the 15-year old daughter of Bob & Sheila said.  "It's a very special place to mom, because they have a lot of stuff on Neil Armstrong.  Mom's maiden name is Armstrong, and there is a relation-connect there, but kind of far along the shirt tail I think."  Sheila piped up, "I remember so well when Neil Armstrong stood on the moon and talked about his one big step for mankind, and it's all in the Cosmosphere in Kansas.  They even have the 'real' Apollo 13 capsule.  That wasn't the one Armstrong was in, he was in Apollo-11.  They even have the under-drawers he wore while he was in the capsule.  It's pretty incredible to see all this 'space' stuff, and it's so well labeled, even the huge display about the 'space-race' with Russia.   They even have a chunk of the Berlin Wall there, it's absolutely amazing."
     "Once we had our 'Mission Passport," Bob added, "we could spend the whole day exploring this huge center.  The thing that attracted me right off the bat, was the Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird.  They had one in the lobby, a real one.  According to the guide, they built the lobby around the Blackbird, because it is so huge.  The wing span is 55 feet, and the length is 107 feet, so it's pretty big.  This was also a tremendous attraction for Bobbie Lhea, because she is a tremendous fan of the "Transformer" movies, and the Blackbird jet-plane has been in that movie.  It was called "Jet-Fire," and you should have seen Bobbie's eyes pop out when she was standing right beside a real one, having her photo taken."
     "The Cosmosphere is also a Smithsonian Institution Affiliation Program, so because mom and dad record for the Smithsonian, we could get in for free," Bobbie added.  "Dad took us to the Crackerbarrel for lunch, and by careful planning, we managed to make it a budget-lunch.  Seafood was the special for the day, so we managed to stay within our $20, but dad made us drink water.  Well, I guess water is ok, but I like Sprite, and that's not the same as water.  Dad had fish n' chips, and me and mom had catfish.  It was all pretty good."
     Next stop for the Everharts is a huge salt-mine in Kansas.

Tex Robinson´s Country - Christmas

Tex Robinson´s Country - Christmas --- Sa. 10. Dez. 20 Uhr - Wels, Stadthalle.
Mitten in Wels - das Konzertereignis der letzten Jahre - wieder mit tollen Gästen und Geschenken von Santa Claus...
Zeitlose Christmas - Klassiker, von "Mary´s Boychild" über "Santa Claus" bis "Winterwonderland"
im stimmungsvollen Country - Sound, Gospels, Folk, Bluegrass, TexMex, Cajun, begeisternden Hits
der Legenden und beliebten Eigenkompositionen. 
Die mehrfach national und international ausgezeichneten Stimmen- und Klangkünstler verpacken die seit
17 Jahren erfolgreiche Traditionsveranstaltung wieder in eine stimmungsvolle Show - mit kräftigen,
temporeichen Ohrwürmern bis zu einfühlsamen Balladen - auch im Akustiksound !

VVk: € 19,- / AK € 21,-
Tickets mit Tischreservierung:, Tel. 0043-7612-711 58.

Zum gemütlichen Ausklang ein Nächtigungstipp, vielleicht zum Besuch des sehenswerten Weihnachtsmarktes
in Wels am Stadtplatz am nächsten Tag vor der Heimfahrt - und in unmittelbarer Nähe zum Hotel:
Nächtigungstipp: Hotel Gasthof Kremsmünstererhof, Stadtplatz 62-63,Wels
   Tel. 07242/46623, Fax 07242/46623-44
Sonderpreis für Konzertbesucher!!! Frühstücksbuffet und Parkplatz inclusive!
(ca. 150 m von der Stadthalle und Nähe Weihnachtsmarkt)

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