Thursday, July 5, 2012

Brad Paisley On Stage With Kristen Kelly And Jana Kramer

Brad Paisley Makes Surprise Appearance On "Virtual Opry" Stage With Kristen Kelly And Jana Kramer


Photo By: Ben Enos
Adds International Show Date Dublin, Ireland November 13
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (July 3, 2012) This past weekend Brad Paisley continued his highly successful Virtual Reality World Tour in Saratoga, NY and Camden, NJ. On Saturday, in Camden, Paisley surprised The Escape Plaza crowd with appearances on the “Virtual Opry” stage. Paisley, with guitar in hand, joined Kristen Kelly as she was mid-way through Conway Twitty’s classic “Slow Hand” and continued to play as Kelly performed her current top 40 hit “Ex-Old Man.”
Next to perform on the “Virtual Opry” stage was Jana Kramer and Paisley came back out to the crowd’s delight. He joined Kramer on Sheryl Crow’s “All I Wanna Do” and Kramer’s party tune, “One of the Boys.”
Recently it was announced Paisley would be taking his tour to Scandinavia for four shows in November and now he has added a show in Dublin, Ireland on November 13. The Band Perry is special guest on the international dates.
November 8 Waterfront Stockholm, Sweden
November 9 Lisebergshallen Goteborg, Sweden
November 10 Spektrum Oslo, Norway
November 11 DNB Arena Stavanger, Norway
November 13 O2 Dublin Dublin, Ireland

Kix Brooks To Release Solo Debut Album

Kix Brooks To Release Solo Debut Album New To This Town September 11


Nashville, TN – Kix Brooks will release his solo Arista Nashville debut album, New To This Town, September 11. The 12-song collection, with 9 co-written by Kix, was produced by Kix with Jay DeMarcus of Rascal Flatts co-producing the title track.
"I made an album that really is close to my heart, and it's a whole lot of fun,” shares Kix. “For the most part, the music's just...it's kind of fun and games and hangin' it out there and thinkin' about gettin' back in a lot of those clubs and festivals and gettin' to play again. It's like, you know, people come to enjoy themselves, and I think this album in a lot of ways is about that."
The full track listing is below for New To This Town:
1. New To This Town (Featuring Joe Walsh)
2. Moonshine Road
3. Bring It On Home
4. There's The Sun
5. Complete 360
6. My Baby
7. Tattoo
8. In The Right Place
9. Next To That Woman
10. Let's Do This Thing
11. Closin' Time At Home
12. She Knew I Was A Cowboy
Fans can pre-order New To This Town at http://amzn.to/KVBaHE
On Tuesday, July, 10 Kix will make his solo debut on the Grand Ole Opry.
Keep up with Kix online anytime at www.kixbrooks.com

Steel Guitar News July 5. 2012

Hello fellow players, I’ve been feeling poorly this week so Bob Hempker is going to do a guest newsletter today. It’s all yours Bob. I’ve been playing steel guitar most all my life, that’s what I know and that’s what I’m going to talk about. When I have to fill in for somebody on the road or record in a studio or even just playing live in a club with a new band, I have to learn the material pretty much on the fly. We don’t usually get a rehearsal. When you show up for a gig you sometimes don’t know who else is going to be in the band. In a recording studio setting, you don’t always know who the other players are going to be either. In a recording situation, you’re not recording a known hit song, you’re creating a hopefully future standard from original material. In such a situation it’s up to you, the producer and everyone else involved in the recording project to create something that will stick in the minds of listeners. If you think about it, there are only two elements involved in music, the performer and the listener. As the performer it’s your job to play something that is pleasant, enjoyable and ear catching to the listener. In any playing situation, you have to be organized and approach your job in a systematic way. In a live band situation, the band members decide who is going to play what parts and we have to do it quickly because you can’t have a dead stage. People may get up and leave if you do. The same thing goes for the studio because somebody is paying for the studio time. Either you catch on pretty quickly or you won’t be called back to play in the future. My approach to intros, especially in traditional country music, is to play the last line or the last four bars of the melody of the song. We refer to that as a Sears and Roebuck intro. It works well in a live situation. When we don’t kick off with a Sears and Roebuck intro, usually it’s a standard song that everybody knows the arrangement to and everybody just plays the song as we all know it, the way it was done on the recording. Two examples of this would be John Anderson’s “Seminole Wind” and Merle Haggard’s “Mama Tried”. These are songs most everybody knows and knows the arrangements. Sometimes the singer will kick it off “cold”, meaning that he just starts singing, then the band comes in. So don’t forget that this is a viable technique. A good example of this is Ferlin Husky’s “Since You’ve Gone”. There are times during a live gig when somebody in the audience will yell out the name of a song that you don’t know or haven’t played in so long you can’t remember. The way I handle this is to rely on another band member who knows the song to tell me the key and flash numbers. We do that for each other. I might be me flashing numbers for the next song. So it’s very important to know the Nashville number system if you’re going to survive. The ability to create something brilliant on the fly is what distinguishes run of the mill players from the studio dogs who get the high paying jobs. Unfortunately I’m not one of those guys. It’s important to know how to harmonize your scales in every key and three basic inversions. This enables you to find parts with the guitar player, fiddle player or whatever other lead instruments you may be working with. Knowing and practicing harmonizing these scales in every key is vitally important and should be a regular part of your practice routine. Say you’re going to play “Crazy Arms” and you’re going to it kick off, you can play a harmony part with the fiddle or if there are two fiddles, you can play a third part, or a unison part with one of them or play all three parts because you’ve got three fingers and you can by knowing how to harmonize your scales. If there is no fiddle player in the band, then the steel guitar is usually expected to play the intro. That’s where knowing your harmonized scale comes into play. If you play it in three parts, your melody line would be on top and the other two parts would be underneath that. This can make the song sound very full and rich and makes the band sound like you’ve arranged it even though you haven’t. One of the most important things in any playing situation is to watch and listen, not just to yourself but to everybody on the stage. The singer may sing a verse when he’s supposed to sing the chorus, but you’ve got to follow the singer and you’ve got to blend with the other people on the stage. This all requires you to pay attention with both your eyes and your ears. The gig isn’t all about you, it’s about playing with other people and again, pleasing the listener. How many times have you heard one guy in the band playing louder than anybody else and looking around to see of anybody is watching? This is very immature in my opinion. An example is a drummer twirling his sticks and the tempo going up and down. I fired a drummer one time for twirling his sticks. I was checking out Bobbe’s Intros, Fills and Turnarounds instructional video set which is what got me started on this subject. The next time I do a guest newsletter for Bobbe, I’ll get into fills, turnarounds, solos and endings and how to play with other people and fit in with a band. You can check out all of Bobbe’s instructional videos at www.steelguitar.net/videos.html and believe me, they are all great to play along with while you’re practicing which is something every player should do on a regular basis. I have a practice schedule that I follow and you should too. Check out our monthly specials at http://www.steelguitar.net/monthlyspecials.html and we’ll try to save you a lot of money. This has been Bob Hempker filling in for, Bobbe Seymour www.steelguitar.net sales@steelguitar.net www.youtube.com/bobbeseymour Steel Guitar Nashville 123 Mid Town Court Hendersonville, TN. 37075 (615) 822-5555 Open 9AM – 4PM Monday – Friday Closed Saturday and Sunday

NMG Acoustic Performance: Tonight is the Night

NMG Acoustic Performance: Tonight is the Night

The first Thursday of every month at Douglas Corner, Nashville Music Guide has an acoustic performance night hosted by Sam Cooper. It is a chance to have featured artists in an intimate setting that range from new talent to legenedary performers. 
 
The July NMG Acoustic Performance will be on Thursday, July 5th and has an amazing line-up:
 
8 PM--Abi Tapia
8:30 PM--Jimbo Sales (formerly with Vern Gosdin)
9 PM--Van Preston
9:30 PM--Chris Goff (of “The Singing Goff Family” fame)
10 PM--Donnie Winters (of the Winters Brothers Band)
10:30 PM--Adolfo Lee Mayo
 
These are some great performers that you should not miss, so be sure to mark your calendars to come out and check this event out. It will be the perfect post-Fourth of July destination!

DICK DAMRON Lost In The Music MINI-BOX SET FROM BEAR FAMILY


MINI-BOX SET FROM BEAR FAMILY


DICK DAMRON  Lost In The Music
(Bear Family BCD 17217 CH)

DISC ONE: The Minstrel • Whiskey Jack • My Good Woman (That Ain't Right) • It Ain't Easy Goin.' HomeWhen Satan Spins The Bottle Lost In The MusicCalifornia Friends • The Only Way To Say Goodbye • Woman • Sweet Lady   Dollars • We've Almost Got It All • All Night Country Party • If London Were A Lady The Ballad Of T. J's • High On You  Silver And Shine • Sweet SeptemberBetter Think It OverSlightly Out Of Tune • Mid-Nite FlytesCountryfied • Soldier Of Fortune (+ chorus) • Waylon's T-Shirt (w/o percussion)
DISC TWO: Honky Tonk Angels And Good Ole BoysReunion • You Don't Know The LadySundown Lady • Rollin' Stone • The Same Old Songs The Last Of The Rodeo Riders Jesus Its Me Again HomegrownGood Old Time Country Rock 'n' Roll • A Little More Country Music Lover Tequila Charlie's • Bur­nin' A Hole In My Heart Last Dance On A Saturday Night  • Don't Touch Him • Ridin' Shotgun • Give It All We've Got • Softer Than Satin • Cozy Ion • Falling In And Out Of Love (& GINNY MITCHELL)Rise Against The Wind (& GINNY MITCHELL) • Susan Flowers (w/o 1 guitar) • Just Another Old Rodeo Song (+ chorus)
DISC THREE: Masquerade • 1955 • You'd Still Be Here Today • St. Mary's Angel • Here We Are Again •  Cinderella And The Gingerbread Man • Ain't No Love Around • Hotel Mexico • I'm Not Ready For The Blues • I Stopped Believing In You • Lately When She Loves Me • The Legend And The Legacy • Wild Horses • Midnite Cowboy Blues • Silver Dollars • Superstar • Ain't No Trains To NashvilleThe Lady • Rockabilly Days   Ba­by's Got The Blues • Farewell To Arms • If You Need Me Lord (+ chorus)

Following on from Bear Family's first three cd box set, More Than Countryfied, which covered Dick Damron’s recordings during the period 1959-76, this second collection continues through 1978-89. This set might well be subtitled “The RCA Years” as it brings together all his recordings made during his eleven year association with the label.

Regarded as one of Canadian country music’s national treasures, Damron has been a driving force in the music for over 50 years, recorded over 50 albums and written over 500 songs – with his 1970 chart-topping Countryfied securing him national exposure. (Then, when George Hamilton IV covered it, international doorways opened up). Damron has been named BMI Best Canadian Songwriter seven times, inducted into the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame and won just about every other music award that Canada has to offer.

Dick Damron began a lasting friendship with music publisher/record producer Joe Bob Barnhill in 1973 who, at the time when he had virtually decided to forsake singing for songwriting, persuaded him to record in Music City. Five years later he struck a deal with RCA Records, with his first LP for the label, Lost In The Music, featuring wholly original Damron songs. Kicking off this collection, the songs were born out of his daily lifestyle – women, taverns, the road and love of music – with three singles hitting the Canadian charts, the highest rising being Whiskey Jack. Two further Nashville sessions (October 1978 and May 1979), featuring the pick of the Nashville sessions, resulted in his next album High On You. With many of the tracks featuring the Waylon half-time beat, the honky-tonk lifestyle is once again explored, with The Ballad Of T.J’s, based on a true story of a Nashville barroom murder, being one of the finest examples of the genre.

A Best Of collection (bringing together several of his pre-RCA titles) followed, while his subsequent Nashville recorded albums included Honky Tonk Angel (which furthered his rowdy “outlaw” style) and Dick Damron (providing a mixture of styles from old time rock ‘n’ roll to modern country-pop). He also recorded two duets with California singer Ginny Mitchell, Falling In And Out Of Love and Rise Against The Wind, and returned to Canada to record the honky-tonk Last Dance On A Saturday Night album.

Whereas Dick Damron’s earlier Bear Family set revealed his musical diversity, this new collection is firmly entrenched within country music boundaries, taking in outlaw, ballad and gospel material. To quote the artist’s own outlook, “I’m part of the legend and the legacy.” As before, Deke Dickerson provides notes, based on Damron’s autobiography and an interview, in the accompanying 48 page booklet that’s complete with photographs and discography.





CARL PERKINS - The Sun Era Outtakes MINI-BOX SET FROM BEAR FAMILY


MINI-BOX SET FROM BEAR FAMILY



CARL PERKINS   The Sun Era Outtakes
(Bear Family BCD 17240 ER)

DISC ONE: Honky Tonk Gal / Babe (alt 1) • Honky Tank Gal/Babe (alt 2) Honky Tonk Gal/Babe (alt 3) • Honky Tonk Gal/Babe (alt 4) • Honky Tuck Gal/Babe (alt 5) • Turn Around (frag 1) • Turn Around (alt 1) Turn Around (frag 2) • Movie Magg (alt 1) You Can't Make Love To Somebody (alt 1) • You Can't Make Love To Somebody (fs 1+alt 2) • You Can't Make Love To Somebody (alt 3) • You Can't Make Love To Somebody (alt 4) • You Can't Make Love To Somebody (alt 5) • Gone Gone Gone (alt 1) • Gone Gone Gone (alt 2) • Gone Gone Gone (alt 3) • Let The Jukebox Keep On Playing (alt 1)What You Doing When You're Crying (alt 1) • What You Doing When You're Crying (alt 2) Dixie Sop/Perkins Wiggle (alt 1) Dixie Bop/Perkins Wiggle (alt 2) • Dixie Bop/Perkins Wiggle (alt 3) Tennessee (frag 1) • Sure To Fall (alt 1) Sure To Fall (alt 2) • Sure To Fall (alt 3) • Blue Suede Shoes (alt 1) Blue Suede Shoes (alt 2) • Honey Don't (alt 1) • Honey Don't (alt 2)
DISC TWO: Boppin’ The Blues (fs 1) • Boppin' The Blues (frag 1) • Boppin' The Blues (alt 1) • All Mama's Children (alt 1) • All Mama's Children (alt 2) • All Mama's Children (alt 3) • All Mama's Children (fs 1) • All Mama's Children (alt 4) • All Ma­ma's Children (alt 5) • All Mama's Children (alt 6) • Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby (fs 1) • Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby (frag 1) • Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby (alt 1) • Everybody's 'Frying To Be My Baby (fs 2) • Everybody's Trying 'To Be My Baby (fs 3) • Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby (alt 2) • Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby (alt 3) • Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby (alt 4) Everybody's Trying To Be My Baby (alt 5) • Dixie Fried (frag 1) • Dixie Fried (alt 1) • Dixie Fried (alt 2) • Dixie Fried (alt 3) • Dixie Fried (alt 4) • Dixie Fried (alt 5) • I’m Sorry I'm Not Sorry (alt 1) I'm Sorry I'm Not Sorry (fs 1) • I'm Sorry I'm Not Sorry (fs 2) • I'm Sorry I'm Not Sorry (alt 2) • I’m Sorry I'm Not Sorry (fs 3 + fs 4 + fs 5 + alt 3) • I'm Sorry I'm Not Sorry (alt 4) • Caldonia (alt 1) • Caldonia (alt 2) • Sweethearts Or Strangers (alt 1) • Sweet­hearts Or Strangers (alt 2) • Sweethearts Or Strangers (alt 3) • Be Honest With Me (alt 1) • Be Honest With Me (alt 2) * Be Honest With Me (alt 3)
DISC THREE: Put Your Cat Clothes On (alt 1) • Put Your Cat Clothes On (alt 2) • Put Your Cat Clothes On (alt 3) • Put Your Cat Clo­thes On (alt 4) Put Your Cat Clothes On (alt 5) Put Your Cat Clothes On (alt 6) Put Your Cat Clothes On (alt 7) Put Your Cat Clothes On (alt 8) • Put Your Cat Clothes On (alt 9) Put Your Cat Clothes On (alt 10) • Put Your Cat Clothes On (alt 11) • Put Your Cat Clothes On (fs 1 + alt 12) • Put Your Cat Clo­thes On (alt 13) • Put Your Cat Clothes On (alt 14) • Put Your Cat Clothes On (alt 15) Put Your Cat Clothes On (alt 16) • Put Your Cat Clothes On Ifs 2 + alt 17) • Put Your Cat Clothes On (alt 18) • Matchbox (alt 1) • Her Love Rubbed Off (alt 1) Her Loire Rubbed Off (alt 2) • Her Love Rubbed Off (alt 3) • Her Love Rubbed Off (alt 4) • Her Love Rubbed Off (alt 5)
DISC FOUR: Your True Love (frag 1) • Your True Love (alt 1) • Your True Love (alt 2) • Your True Love (fs 1) • Your True Love (alt 3) • Your True Love (alt 4) Your True Love (alt 5) • That Don't Move Me (alt 1) • That Don't Move Me (alt 2) • That Don't Move Me (alt 3) • That Don't Move Me (fs 1) • That Don't Move Me (alt 4) • That Don't Move Me (alt 5) • You Can Do No Wrong (alt 1) • You Can Do No Wrong (alt 2) • You Can Do No Wrong (alt 3) • You Can Do No Wrong (all 4) You Can Do No Wrong (alt 5) • Forever Yours (alt. 1) • Fore­ver Yours (alt 2) • That's Right (alt 1) • That's Right (alt 2) • That's Right (att 3) • That's Right (alt 4) • 1 Care (alt 1) • Care (alt 2) • Y-O-U (alt 1) • Y-O-U (alt 2) • Y-O-U (alt 3) • Lend Me Your Comb (fs 1) • Lend Me Your Comb (alt 1) • Lend Me Your Comb (alt 2) • Lend Me Your Comb (alt 3)
DISC FIVE: Look At That Moon (alt 1) • Look At That Moon (alt 2)Pink Pedal Pushers (alt 1) • Pink Pedal Pushers (alt 2) Pink Pedal Pushers (alt 3) • Pink Pedal Pushers (alt 4) • Pink Pedal Pushers (alt 5) • Pink Pedal Pushers (alt 6) • Pink Pedal Pushers (frag 1) • Keeper Of The Key (alt 1) • Listen To The Mok­kingbird (alt 1) • The Way That You're Living (alt 1) • The Old Spinning Wheel (alt 1) • Try My Heart Out (alt 1) • Try My Heart Out (alt 2) • The Poor People Of Paris (alt 1) • Roll Over Beethoven (alt 1) • Take Back My Love (alt 1) • Silver Bell (alt 1) • Somebody Tell Me (alt 1) • Lonely Street (alt 1) • Lonely Street (alt 2) • Lonely Street (alt 3) • Lonely Street (alt 4) • Drink Up And Go Home (alt 1)

During his relatively brief association with Sun Records, Carl Perkins had eight singles and one LP released though, over the years, as music historians have dug into the label’s archives, more and more material have been discovered and released. Now Bear Family have come up with the ultimate collectors’ package, gathering together the previously unissued material with some never-issued home recordings from that era. Comprising alternative versions, false starts, fragments of recordings and occasional snatches of studio conversation, this five cd set adds up to 152 tracks, and 45 separate songs, with a running time just a few seconds under six hours.

The recording details are, more often than not, sparse but the songs laid down during Perkins association with Sun (October 1954 – December 1957) are Honky Tonk Babe/Gal, Turn Around, Movie Magg, You Can’t Make Love to Somebody, Gone Gone Gone, Let The Jukebox Keep On Playing, What You Doin’ When You’re Cryin’, Perkins Wiggle, Tennessee, Sure To Fall, Blue Suede Shoes, Honey Don’t, Boppin’ The Blues, All Mama’s Children, Only You, Everybody’s Trying To Be My Baby, Dixie Fried, I’m Sorry I’m Not Sorry, Caldonia, Sweethearts Or Strangers, Be Honest with Me, Put Your Cat Clothes On, Matchbox, Her Love Rubbed Off, Your True Love, That Don’t Move Me, You Can Dop No Wrong, Forever Yoyurs, That’s Right, I Care, Y.O.U., Lend Me Your Comb, Glad All Over, Look At That Moon, Pink Peddle Pushers, The Way That You’re Living, Keeper Of The Key, Listen To The Mockingbird, The Old Spinning Wheel, Try My Heart Out, Poor People Of Paris, Roll Over Beethoven, Take Back My Love, Silver Bell, Somebody Tell Me, Lonely Street and Drink Up And Go Home. The majority of these titles were made in the Sun Studios though some are home demos or club recordings.

Besides providing the opportunity to hear Perkins’ vocals of alternative takes on some of his best known titles – Blue Suede Shoes, Honey Don’t, Dixie Fried and Your True Love obviously – his recordings occasionally reflected his country roots with such as Keeper Of The Key, Lonely Street and Drink Up And Go Home while such obvious un-Perkins type material as Listen To The Mockinbird and Poor People Of Paris gives way , albeit briefly, to his superlative guitar work, arguably the best picker to have ever stepped into the Sun studios.

First and foremost a set for the Perkins’ completists (who’ll delight in checking out, among other tracks, the merits of such as Your True Love, Put Your Cat Clothes On and Everybody’s Trying To Be My Baby, meriting 7, 18 and 9 versions respectively), this labour-of-love collection is accompanied by a 134 page booklet in writers Hank Davis and Scott Parker provide detailed background into each of the songs and their recordings. The booklet also contains conversations with W. S. Holland and Stan Perkins, many hitherto unpublished photographs and a discography.


Other Bear Family releases from this artists:
DICK DAMRON - More than Countrified (3 cd set) (BCD16390 CH)
CARL PERKINS - Classic Cark Perkins (5 cd box set with 24 page book) (BCD 15494 EH)
CARL PERKINS - Back On Top (4 cd box set with 36 page book) (BCD 16422 DI)
CARK PERKINS - Carl Rocks (cd digipac with 48 page booklet) (BCD 16752 AR)
CARL PERKINS - Dollie Masters: Country Boy's Dream (cd with 20 page booklet) (BCD 15593 AH)
CARL PERKINS - Up Through The Years (1954-57) (cd with 8 page booklet) (BCD 15246 AH)
CARL PERKINS & JOHNNY CASH - I Walk The Line/Little Fauss & Big Halsy (soundtracks) (cd with 24 page booklet) (BCD 16130 AH)

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