Monday, May 28, 2012

ON THE ROAD WITH BOB & SHEILA EVERHART MAY 28. 2012

ON THE ROAD WITH BOB & SHEILA EVERHART
 
     Anita, Iowa....."We've been kind of 'stay at home' this past week."  Says Sheila Everhart, the acoustic bass musician of the Smithsonian Dynamic Duo "Bob & Sheila."  We had to get ready for Memorial Day, and we are getting the theater ready for a show by the very entertaining John & Susan McNeill band from South Dakota, who will be performing at the Oak Tree Opry on June 1. We don't often have too many 'bring em' back' artists at our little performance center, but this couple are so entertaining, and a lot of folks have asked that they come back, so here they are.  Bob's been busy in the museum getting the spider webs down and finishing the repairs we had to make.  We have several tour groups coming this year.  The museum and the old-time music hall of fame is getting so full, we can only get about 15 or 20 people at any one time in the museum for a tour, but Bob still likes doing that, and he's the one that has all the stories about some of the artists that are inducted there."
     "We keep adding more and more to the museum," Bob said, "and our California friend Bob Duff who used to live here in Anita, said the museum is probably worth over a million dollars.  He's suggested moving it to Las Vegas, or maybe finding a theater in Branson that it would work alongside some traditional and 'real-deal' country, bluegrass, and folk music, which is so far removed from today's 'pop' music.  The bottom line, according to Mr. Duff is, more people need to see this incredible 'story' about how music evolved in the state of Iowa."
     "Well, dad finally broke down and took us to the Burger King for a budget lunch." said Bobbie Lhea, the Everhart's 15 year old daughter proclaimed.  "But he made us eat salads.  Yuk!  But when we got them, I discovered they were really pretty good.  My favorite is grilled chicken cranberry & bleu cheese with ranch dressing.  It was really good, and filled me right up. And, the calories were way down, so it wasn't as bad as I thought it would be, but I still like the whopper better."
     "I got to wondering why Bob Duff suggested moving our museum to Las Vegas," Bob added.  "Did you know that the revenue generated from gambling is more than the revenue that comes from movies, cruise ships, recorded music, theme parks, and spectator sports....combined?  Wow, no wonder he's so keen on that.  I wonder if that includes the revenue from the Staples Center Laker's games in LA?"
     "We're still on the "A" list to perform at the Kennedy Center in Washington DC for the Woody Guthrie birthday finale,"
Sheila added.  "If we get to do that, it will probably mean we won't be going to Paris because they are both in mid-October. Bob has also been very busy lining up some gigs for our winter in Florida.  He has quite a few to get us started, but we still need a few more to make it all pay for itself.  In the meantime, don't forget June 1 at the Oak Tree.  Great show coming up."

THE MCCLYMONTS READY TO ROCK AT CMA MUSIC FESTIVAL 2012

CMA GLOBAL ARTIST AWARD RECIPIENTS,
THE MCCLYMONTS, BACK FROM DOWN UNDER AND READY TO ROCK
AT CMA MUSIC FESTIVAL 2012

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The McClymontsNashville, Tenn. (May 28, 2012) – Fresh off their Australian tour, The McClymonts are back in the U.S. and ready to perform for their American fans and share in the activities planned during CMA Music Festival. The annual festival commences with a parade and officially runs from June 7-10 in downtown Nashville, TN. The girls will perform their current single, “I Could Be A Cowboy,” on the Bud Light Stage in front of the Bridgestone Arena Plaza on Friday, June 6 at 2 p.m.
The McClymonts will help get the annual CMA extravaganza underway on June 8 at 11 a.m. when they participate in the 8th Annual CMA Music Festival Kick-Off Parade which runs along Broadway in downtown Nashville. Later that day, the girls will perform at Dreamwest Magazine’s “Music & Fashion” event while modeling legendary Manuel’s couture creations at the Hard Rock Cafe. Then, they will head over to the Bridgestone Arena to walk the red carpet and enjoy the 2012 CMT Music Awards.
Throughout the CMA Music Festival, The McClymonts will be signing at their own booth in the Fan Fair Hall located in the Nashville Convention Center. On Friday, they perform on the Bud Light Stage from 2 – 2:20 p.m. The show is open to the public. On Sunday, the girls will stop by the YWCA Celebrity Auction at the corner of Fourth and Broadway at 12:15 p.m. Then they will head back to the Nashville Convention Center for a performance on the WSM Acoustic Stage at 1:30 p.m. Fans can hear them live at WSM 650 AM and wsmonline.com.
Immediately after CMA Fest, The McClymonts will continue their 2012 U.S. Tour which runs from June 2 - August 6.
Mollie McClymont shared her excitement to return, “We can’t wait to get back to our fans in the U.S. and participate in CMA Fest again this year. We hope everyone will come see us when we are touring about doing the fairs and festivals this summer. Here we come America!”
Stay tuned to www.TheMcClymonts.net for updates, news and a list of tour dates.

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