Monday, December 3, 2012



NASHVILLE – During a press conference to announce their new global charity initiative LadyAID™, Lady Antebellum was surprised today when CMA Chief Executive Officer Steve Moore presented the group with the CMA International Artist Achievement Award.
Formerly the International Touring Artist Award, the CMA International Artist Achievement Award recognizes outstanding achievement by a U.S.-based artist who contributes to the awareness and development of Country Music outside the United States.
“We’re so honored,” said Hillary Scott. “This year especially, being able to take our tour to Europe and then to Australia, and meet even more of our fans all over the world, and to take Country Music that far, we don’t take that lightly. We really, truly do want to make this town and the Country Music community proud when we go overseas and perform."
“We wish Lady Antebellum much success as they help children around the world,” said Moore. “And it is because of their work around the globe as ambassadors of Country Music that we are presenting them with the International Artist Award.”
Lady Antebellum has sold more than 11 million albums worldwide. Their “Own the Night World Tour” staged performances in 11 countries for more than one million fans including sold out shows in Dublin, London, Toronto, and three-nights at the famed Sydney Opera House. The trio’s first world tour also earned Billboard’s all-genre “Breakthrough Award” at the 2012 Billboard Touring Awards for its total ticket sales and other touring data.
The group are multiple-award winners including most recently the 2012 CCMA International Best Selling Album Award (Canada). They were nominated for the 2012 Brit Award for Best International Group (UK). They received a CMC Music Award nomination for International Artist of the Year (Australia) as well as the 2011 Juno Award for International Album of the Year (Canada).
Among their many international accomplishments, their hit “Need You Now” went to No. 1 in Brazil, Mexico, New Zealand, and Switzerland; and Top 5 in more than 20 countries. The album was certified Triple Platinum (Canada); Double Platinum (South Africa); Platinum (Australia and New Zealand); and Gold (China, Ireland, Taiwan, and UK). 
Lady Antebellum was certified Platinum (Canada) and Own the Night has been certified Platinum in Canada and Gold in Australia and South Africa.
Previous winners of the CMA International Artist Achievement Award include:
1996 BR5 49 2004 Dolly Parton
1997 The Mavericks 2005 Keith Urban
1998 Trisha Yearwood 2006 Dixie Chicks
1999 Shania Twain 2007 Dwight Yoakam
2000 Reba McEntire 2008 Dierks Bentley and Brooks & Dunn
2001 Lonestar 2009 Taylor Swift
2002 Bellamy Brothers 2010 Not presented
2003 Dixie Chicks 2011 Brad Paisley
During a press conference to announce their new global charity initiative LadyAID™, Lady Antebellum was surprised today when CMA Chief Executive Officer Steve Moore presented the group with the CMA International Artist Achievement Award. (l-r) Lady Antebellum's Hillary Scott, Moore, and Lady Antebellum's Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood.
Photo credit: Donn Jones/CMA

Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper Concert in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper Close Out 2012 with Concert in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

Michael Cleveland & Flamekeeper are excited to close out a wonderful 2012 with a concert at a brand new bluegrass venue in Pigeon Forge, TN! Musick's Mountain Theater opened officially just last week and is promising bluegrass music fans great things with an unprecedented lineup of talent for the remainder of 2012. Flamekeeper will perform on Friday, December 28th and will share the stage with Nathan Stanley & The Clinch Mountain Boys! The exciting new theater is located at 140 Showplace Blvd, Pigeon Forge, TN and the show starts at 7:00pm. More information including tickets can be found at or by calling 865-774-2995. 

Steel Guitar News December 3. 2012

This is Vic Lawson with today’s newsletter. I received this email from Ron Carpenter and it is definitely worthy of passing on to everyone, especially those seeking to improve their steel guitar skills. Here is the email. Vic, When I switched from lead guitar to steel I recorded off the board at live gigs whenever I could. Two things I noticed about my playing were; 1. a lack of discipline and 2. using the same riff in song after song all through the night. Not unusual for a beginning player. By discipline I mean, we just played a western swing tune and the singer calls a ballad. I'm still getting off on the swing tune in my head and trying to play some of those lines in the ballad. Obviously, these two things are not what the audience, or for that matter, even I want to listen to. Hearing the recordings burned it into my head how out of place and out of touch with the music an instrument can be. The last group I played with before deciding to retire, the piano man told me the trouble with my playing was I always played the right lick at the right time and then laid out. These were skills learned listening to those tapes. I told him that's what the song needs, and laying out keeps me from having a train wreck with the other guys. He said, I know, but nobody else plays that way. You don't even comp rhythm. I said, unless your playing small group jazz, the steel padding chords gets in the way. We never came to an agreement. As I look at it now I think it was a fine compliment. To play the right line, and not replay a line from a song over & over through the night, and avoid train wrecks with the other players...on a 4-5 hour club gig that's a good night. Enjoy what you’re doing now. When your heart gets diseased enough you can't carry your own gear, or your ears get overused to point where you can't tune without a tuner, (or in my case both) then you're just an old dog sitting on the porch watching the pups play. Ron Carpenter Thank you Ron for those words of wisdom. I want to thank you for elaborating so eloquently on the idea of recording every gig you can in order to listen back and learn what areas you need to improve in. Nobody can ever critique your playing as well as you can critique it yourself. Being able to hear yourself as the audience hears you can be a real eye opener. We’ve had a very busy few days with not much time to give to the newsletter, so we’ll try to make it up to you in Thursday’s newsletter. Check out our Christmas specials at Steel Guitar Nashville 123 Mid Town Court Hendersonville, TN. 37075 (615) 822-5555 Open 9AM – 4PM Monday – Friday Closed Saturday and Sunday


Inaugural Fundraising Event PING PONG & SONGS Slated for Early 2013
Nashville, TN – Dec. 3, 2012 – GRAMMY winning trio Lady Antebellum announced today their new charitable initiative called LadyAID™, a philanthropic effort created to bring awareness to and generate support for children in need locally, nationally and globally.
The multi-level organization will reach children across the state of Tennessee through grants to Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital®.  On a national level, Lady Aid is supporting Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals and on a global level, myLIFEspeaks and The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR). The LadyAID™ Fund is a component fund of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee.
“The opportunity to play music on stages all around the world has given us so much happiness,” said Lady A’s Dave Haywood. “By establishing LadyAID™, we’re going to be able to put a new focus on accomplishing an off-stage goal we have as a band, which is to help children in need.”
“There are children all over the world who are suffering because they don’t have the resources to get the help they need,” added Hillary Scott. “My heart has specifically been lead to the children of Haiti.  By partnering with organizations like UNHCR and Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals, we’ve already seen children be given access to medical care they wouldn’t otherwise have in their country.  It’s so inspiring, and anything we can do to help that cause, we’re going to do.”
“We’ve witnessed firsthand what these organizations are doing to help kids and their families. I’ve been personally touched by the children’s hospital visits we’ve made around the US over the last few years,” noted Charles Kelley. “We hope that with the help of our fans, we can all combine our energy and resources to help provide some relief to these families.”  
LadyAID™ will be funded by donations and fundraising efforts including the trio’s inaugural PING PONG & SONGS event.  Inspired by a combination of the band’s favorite backstage hobby and their love of songwriting, the event will be held in early 2013.
Lady Antebellum recently wrapped their headlining tour that was awarded Billboard’s “Breakthrough Award” and traveled across the US, Canada, Europe and Australia, where the GRAMMY winning trio was welcomed by over one million fans in 11 countries on three continents. Lady A sold out shows in top markets including Los Angeles, Chicago, two nights in New York City, Toronto, London, three nights at Sydney’s Opera House and even had a chance to open a sold out show at London’s Hard Rock Calling for one of their idols Bruce Springsteen. The group’s current album OWN THE NIGHT debuted at the No. one position on Billboard’s Top 200 and has spawned two No. one hits “We Owned The Night” and “Just A Kiss.” The trio has sold over 11 million albums across the globe, scored seven GRAMMY Awards and tallied six No. one hits.
Tonight in celebration of their Christmas album ON THIS WINTER’S NIGHT, the trio will create an unforgettable night of holiday music and their biggest hits at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville. The event is being filmed for a television special by the same name that will air on GAC this Wed. and in more than 45 countries around the world between now and the end of the year.
About Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital At Vanderbilt:
The Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt is nationally recognized as a leading provider of pediatric health care services. Children’s Hospital is ranked as one of the top children’s hospitals in the nation by U.S. News & World Report magazine in the specialty areas of Urology, Neonatology, Pulmonology, Diabetes and Endocrinology, Cancer, Cardiology and Heart Surgery, Gastroenterology, Nephrology, Neurology and Neurosurgery and Orthopaedics. Children’s is also ranked 15th in the nation by Parents magazine.  A 271–bed facility, Children’s Hospital provides the region’s highest level of pediatric care and is also a top-level teaching and research facility.
About St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital:
Since opening 50 years ago, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital has changed the way the world treats childhood cancer and other life-threatening diseases. No family ever pays St. Jude for the care their child receives and, for every child treated here, thousands more have been saved worldwide through St. Jude discoveries. The hospital has played a pivotal role in pushing U.S. pediatric cancer survival rates from 20 to 80 percent overall, and is the first and only National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center devoted to children. It is also a leader in the research and treatment of blood disorders and infectious diseases in children. St. Jude was founded by the late entertainer Danny Thomas, who believed that no child should die in the dawn of life.
About Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals:
Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals® raises funds for 170 nonprofit children’s hospitals across North America, which, in turn, use the money where it’s needed the most. When a donation is given it stays in the community, helping local kids. Since 1983, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals has raised more than $4 billion, most of it $1 at a time. These donations support research and training, purchase equipment and pay for uncompensated care, all in support of our mission to save and improve the lives of as many children as possible.
About The UN Refugee Agency - UNHCR :
The UN Refugee Agency, UNHCR, is on the front lines of the world’s most pressing humanitarian crises.  UNHCR was established on December 14, 1950, by the United Nations General Assembly. Its primary purpose is to safeguard the rights and well-being of refugees and other people displaced by war, conflict and persecution. Today, UNHCR helps nearly 34 million people, of which 80% are women and children. UNHCR strives to ensure that everyone can exercise their basic human right to seek asylum, find safe refuge in another country, and eventually a permanent home. UNHCR also has a mandate to help stateless people, or people who are not recognized as a citizen of any country.  Over the past six decades, the agency has helped millions of people restart their lives and has won two Nobel Peace Prizes. UNHCR works to provide primary education and job skills to youth to help keep them safe from forced recruitment, sexual exploitation and smuggling. UNHCR aims to provide a better future for the world’s most vulnerable.
About myLIFEspeaks:
myLIFEspeaks exists to speak up for those around the world who can't speak for themselves by bringing LIFE-giving aid to orphans with and without special needs and showing all people around the globe their worth.  This happens by allowing orphans with special needs and typical orphans the opportunity to grow up together in the same family environment--what we call our Campus Family.  When myLIFEspeaks began, our hopes and dreams were to be able to make a difference in one village in Haiti--a village called, Neply.  As our mission statement says, we exist to SPEAK UP for those who can't SPEAK for themselves.  This phrase has quickly become more than a mission is our way of LIFE.  Daily in Neply we work to EMPOWER FAMILIES to LIVE LIFE together.  We are active in the community providing Pregnant Mother Care, an Infant Feeding Program, a Feeding Program for school-age children, and the cornerstone of what we do--our Mentor Program.  We believe that Neply will change through education and HOPE...and our commitment is to be there to see this change happen.
About The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee:
The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee oversees more than 850 charitable funds, one of which is the LadyAid™ Fund, providing customized philanthropic solutions with flexibility for donors, nonprofit organizations and the community. In the past 21 years, The Community Foundation has distributed more than $600 million to community programs and institutions.
For more information on LadyAID, visit or

Green Bay Backers Cruise to #1 on the Billboard Country Charts Via Artist Revolution

Green Bay Backers Cruise to #1 on the Billboard Country Charts Via Artist Revolution
Artist Revolution (AR), the publishing and artist development company headed by Green Bay native Sam Brooker, found firm pavement for their current success with the Florida Georgia Line (FGL) single Cruise rooted in hometown connections. Cruise, co-written by AR flagship writer Jesse Rice, plants a mile marker in the three year journey serving as the first cut by a major label client when it was released on Republic Nashville. Cruise sits at the top of the Billboard Country Charts this week and was recently certified Platinum by the RIAA.
“I knew I had to turn beyond Nashville for the backing I needed to pursue developing a publishing company to benchmark rising talent on the music scene,” says Sam Brooker.  “Never did I think an entire community would pull together; but, it was inspiring. We had more than 30 investors step forward and get behind my primary focus---the talented tunesmith Jesse Rice.”
The idea for Artist Revolution was sparked in 2005 after several encounters with Sam (pictured right) and rising tunesmith Jesse Rice.  Sam, who is one half of the independent folk-pop duo Sam & Ruby, had achieved success with breakthroughs on the Billboard charts and an “Album of the Year” nod from the Associated Press.  However, he had always had an itch to see what the other side of the business would look like if he could launch a deserving singer-songwriter. “Jesse started coming over to the house to record demos and I was so impressed by his skills, motivation and discipline,” recalls Sam.  “We took meetings with other publishers and people liked the songs, but I think he was just a head of his time. The traditional path wasn’t progressing fast enough, so that was the catalyst for starting this company.”
With an unwavering faith in Jesse (pictured left), Sam started searching for funding and he turned to his hometown influences.  “It just made sense for me to take this to Green Bay as it would be easier to get several people to make small investments instead of trying to find a single person or company to take a leap of faith,” explains Sam.  After a few meetings, an investment board was assembled including Ed Thompson, consultant and Procter & Gamble business veteran, Judy Brooker, Jim Rivett, president and creative director of Arketype, Kurt Voss, CEO of AmeriLux International, and more than 25 others came on board.  The final capital was enough to support a writer for three years and like everyone would expect, the biggest success would finally come three years later.
Throughout the initial term of three years, AR has worked with Jesse and his team of writing partners which include Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard of FGL (now signed to Republic Nashville) and Chase Rice (currently being booked by leading agency CAA).  AR also assisted Chase with his debut EP Country As Me. In addition, Jesse Rice launched his island themed project The Pirate Sessions, which included co-writing credits and vocal appearances by FGL and Chase.  The Pirate Sessions album wrapped an interactive fan fly-away contest on August 31st and the winner was announced on Columbus Day.  “We wanted to get fans connected to a physical product by incorporating a game into the packaging and this was an interesting way to reengage our core coed audience,” says Jesse.  “Offer folks a trip to Cinnamon Bay and it will definitely spark some interest.”
As the pigskin and holiday season falls into place, so does the final pieces of this latest Music City “overnight success.” “I have been in and out of this city since 1998 and Jesse has been strumming out tunes since his move from South Carolina in 2002,” says Sam.  “It’s just ironic that it took an investment from Green Bay for us to really make this work.  I look forward to many years of success with our unique team.” 

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    "We're off for Stone Mountain, called the number one attraction in Georgia.  We were a little disappointed.  It truly is a huge, if not enormous, round-topped treeless huge mound of granite, with a very very small carved etching of some of the southern Civil War generals, but very small.  Their publicity says more massive than Mount Rushmore, apparently they have never seen Mount Rushmore.  Anyway, this particular park is 'kind-of' managed by Silver Dollar City staff from Branson.  So, my Silver Dollar City VIP pass saved us considerably in camping fees, but we had to park five times to find a spot level enough to use the levelers on the camper.  We weren't happy campers, but it was a pleasant park, though not many users in it."
     "We are in the Atlanta area to perform our 'Traveling Museum of Music' for the Main Library in Decatur, Georgia." Sheila said.  "When Bob asked the audience who was from Atlanta and who was from Decatur and then asked if they were one and the same, he nearly had a riot on his hands.  These kind of Smithsonian library gigs pay quite well, and this particular library had a very nice auditorium, stage, and about 150 comfortable seats for the audience.  It wasn't full, but pretty close.  We enjoyed doing the show very much.  The audience was enthusiastic too, and bought a lot of cd's.  The Main Librarian wants us to come back again, but that will probably be a ways off.  What was an incredibly nice experience for us was to have a bite to eat after the show.  Just across the street was a small restaurant called Sapori di Napoli Italian.  We are so glad we ate there.  Bobbie and I had a large pizza, but it was very very different from normal pizza.  First off it is cooked in a very hot wood fired clay oven.  Secondly, we asked for some pepperoni, and they said "no, pepperoni means pepper and it's an American invention so we don't use it, but we have some excellent Italian salami if you like."We did, and we liked, but even more was the mozzarella cheese.  It is the original method, made entirely from water buffalo milk.  It was delicious.  Bob had an Italian sausage cooked with some eggplant and zucchini.  According to him it was large and it was good.  What a delightful experience.  Then we decided to have one piece of Italian chocolate cheese cake to share among the three of us, and they brought three little cups of espresso, which was free.  It was delicious too.  What a nice experience."
     "We needed to get on to Florida, so off we went." Bob added. "We wanted to stay at the Stephen Foster campground, but they were full.  So we stopped, according to our Woodall's guide, the next park, Suawanee Valley Resort.  When we got to the gate, it said please push the button for service.  We did, and after a while, an older gray haired man came out.  We said we'd like to camp the night.  He said this is no longer a regular campground, it's a nudist colony.  We said 'but we have a 16-year old daughter,' and he said 'welcome welcome.'  Than I said we were musicians, maybe they might be interested in a concert, and he said 'yeah if you can play naked.  Since neither Tex Schutz or I look good that way, we left.
     "Dad finally found a nice campground not so far away," Bobbie Lhea added, "but we never did get a budget lunch.  Maybe I should be grateful he took us to that great Italian restaurant in Atlanta."

Taylor Swift, Toby Keith and Kenny Chesney Make Forbes List of Highest-Paid Musicians

Taylor Swift, Toby Keith and Kenny Chesney are the country acts included on the 2012 Forbes list of highest-paid musicians. Swift and Paul McCartney tied at No. 8 with estimated earnings of $57 million each. Keith and Justin Bieber tied at No. 10 with $55 million each. Chesney landed at No. 17 with an estimate of $44 million.
Based on concert performances, royalties from his music catalog and a successful line of headphones, Dr. Dre had estimated earnings of $110 million to top the list for the period between May 2011 to May 2012. Rounding out the Top 5 are Roger Waters ($88 million), Elton John ($80 million), U2 ($78 million) and British vocal group Take That ($69 million).

Rascal Flatts to Host “A Home for the Holidays”

The 14th Annual, A Home for the Holidays with Rascal Flatts, an entertainment special to be broadcast Wednesday, Dec. 19 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network, will be hosted by best-selling country vocal group Rascal Flatts. It will include moving performances by Rascal Flatts, Rachel Crow, whose performance accompanies her personal story about foster care adoption, Melissa Etheridge, Matchbox Twenty and Phillip Phillips. Wayne Brady, Kevin Frazier and Jillian Michaels are set to present.
Following the success of the past 13 annual shows, the special continues to tell touching stories about adoption from foster care to raise awareness for this important social issue. The inspirational stories of these American families are enhanced with performances by some of today’s most popular artists.

Alan Jackson Releases Limited Number of Photo Books

Alan Jackson will release a limited number of his book Seasons of Sweetbriar – A Photographic Collection of Home by Alan Jackson. The full purchase price of each book will be donated to the Colon Cancer Alliance’s Blue Note Fund, benefitting colon cancer patients in need.
“Sweetbriar – created by God, bound by the Harpeth River, and guarded by hand laid rock walls from
years ago – this 140 acres of fertile valley shadowed by the Tennessee hills has privileged my family and me with a landscape for living” – excerpt from the book’s Foreward by Alan.
The Sweetbriar estate is where Alan, his wife Denise and their three daughters, Mattie, Ali and Dani lived for over 13 years. The original intent when Alan began the photo collection was to prepare a photo journal that his daughters would have to look back on when they moved out on their own. Once the book was complete Alan and Denise realized it was a treasure filled with beauty and significance and shared it with family and a few close friends. The book is a hardbound coffee table piece with more than 200 photographs of the landscape, buildings, ponds, trees, wildlife and other intimate reflections of life at Sweetbriar.

Reba McEntire Featured in AARP Magazine

The feisty country red head from “Malibu Country” and of course country music superstar, Reba McEntire, is gracing the cover of AARP magazine. The December/January issue features Reba talking marriage, friends, acting, and Dolly Parton!
When asked about being compared to Dolly Parton Reba said, “It’s not that I’m a better singer. Dolly is still my idol. I still have not passed her in my eyes.”
Reba also talked about her take on acting and what it means to her saying, “It’s something that’s wanted to come out ever since I was little, at playtime with another person. That’s what I absolutely love to do.”
Don’t forget to check out AARP’s December/January issue to get the complete scoop from Reba!
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