Monday, January 21, 2013

TAYLOR MADE FEATURED IN OUTDOOR CHANNEL'S 'FLY ROD


Greg Duckworth, Curtis Fleming, Wendy Williams, and Brian Duckworth
during the filming of this season's "Fly Rod Chronicles".


TAYLOR MADE FEATURED IN OUTDOOR CHANNEL'S 'FLY ROD CHRONICLES WITH CURTIS FLEMMING'
 
CHARLESTON, W. Va. (January 21st, 2013) - Having performed at the inaugural ball for West Virginia governor Earl Ray Tomblin earlier in the week, country recording trio Taylor Made was in attendance at the West Virginia Culture Center on Friday, January 18th to support another fellow West Virginian - Curtis Fleming of Outdoor Channel's "Fly Rod Chronicles" - as the show premiered its latest season and announced its official sponsorship by the West Virginia Development Office, Division of Tourism and the Division of Natural Resources' State Parks and Forests. The season will consist of 13 30-minute episodes, all of which in some way featuring West Virginia's streams, rivers and lakes.

The event also treated attendees to the latest episode of "Fly Rod Chronicles" (set to air this week), which pays tribute to West Virginia's fallen law enforcement and first responder heroes, as well as features much of Taylor Made's six-pack Good Love, current single That's What Life Is, and new tour-opener West Virginia Wildlife.

An avid fisher and a West Virginia state trooper himself, That's What Life Is lead vocalist Greg Duckworth also took part in the filming of the episode.

"To be filmed doing what I love for a television show that both honors our home state and those that have fallen in my line of work was nothing short of a dream," said Duckworth. "Curtis was so enjoyable to work with and we look forward to doing more with him and 'Fly Rod Chronicles' in the future."

This week also marked major progress for That's What Life Is, which jumped from #59 to #52 on the Billboard Indicator chart and #56 to #48 on the Music Row chart after just four weeks at radio. The trio is working to finish their yet-to-be-titled second album with Little General Records, as well as gearing up for their 2013 tour season.

About Taylor Made:
Born and raised in Grafton, West Virginia, sibling trio Taylor Made has been performing together since childhood. With a background in church and back porch singing, the trio reformed as I-79 for the Colgate Country Showdown. It was only a matter of time before their sibling harmonies caught the attention of Little General Stores owner Greg Darby, who signed them to his West Virginia-based Little General Records under the new name Taylor Made (after their Taylor County upbringing). In 2011, they released single Good Love off of their EP of the same title, which topped off at #42 on the Billboard Indicator chart and #28 on the Music Row chart. Their next single, Things You Don't Grow Out Of, took them into the top 40 on Billboard Indicator (#37) and the top 20 on Music Row (#19). For more information on Taylor Made, visit www.taylormadecountry.com.  

AUSTIN’S WOOD & WIRE RELEASES DEBUT SELF-TITLED ALBUM

 

 
AUSTIN’S WOOD & WIRE
RELEASES DEBUT SELF-TITLED ALBUM
 
String quartet plays shows with Yonder Mountain String Band
 
AUSTIN, TX — Wood & Wire, Austin’s own four-piece bluegrass and Americana band, will release its debut self-titled studio album on Feb. 5, 2013.
 
The album was recorded in Nashville and produced by award-winning engineer Erick Jaskowiack, whose discography includes work with The Chieftains, The Gibson Brothers and Colin Hay. WOOD & WIRE includes original compositions written by the band, showcasing the group’s tight-fitting arrangements and rich musicianship. It also features special guest Brittany Haas (Crooked Still) on fiddle.
 
Founded in 2010 by guitarist Tony Kamel and mandolin player Matt Slusher, who honed their acoustic skills playing with acts like Graham Wilkinson, South Austin Jug Band and Rodney Hayden, Wood & Wire began to take form when bassist Dom Fisher joined Matt and Tony’s jam sessions. Last spring, the trio officially added Trevor Smith (Green Mountain Grass) on banjo and started making a name for itself on the Austin music scene.
 
Wood & Wire has been performing select shows with Yonder Mountain String Band and will be touring this summer. The band’s CD release show will be held at the Cactus Café in Austin on Feb. 8.
 
For more information, see www.woodandwireband.com

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Ashton Shepherd - Where Country Grows

Ashton Shepherd - Where Country Grows
 Product Details
Look it Up  3:00 2.) I'm Good  3:24 3.) Where Country Grows 3:12
I'm Just a Woman 4:38 5.) More Cows Than People 6.) Beer on a Boat 3:05
7.) While it Ain't Rainin' 4:10 8.) Tryin' to Go to Church 3:20
9.) That All Leads to One Thing  4:00 10.) Rory's Radio 3:40

Sitting down, getting ready to write a review is no easy task. There are a list of albums to choose from that I haven't listened to, and most of the artists I know nothing about. I like to be able to give a fair review, so I never do any research on the group or album beforehand. I usually sit back take a deep breath and press play. When the music begins, I either take a sigh of relief or toss the headphones across the room while spitting out a whole slew of obscenities. This is the first album I have done both. Imagine going to a bar that has Karaoke, but the music being played has no lyrics and the singer has to make up their own on the spot. Now, mix that up with an amateur poetry reading at a coffee shop full of 18-20 year old girls where each and every one has to have a turn at the microphone, and you have to sit through it because you went with one that you want to sleep with. If that's never happened to you before let me run you through the experience.
The music begins, I sit back saying out loud, “This ain't bad. It's got that deep Texas country sound.” Then the words to Look it Up roll in. It's that real “Girl Power Roar.” The singer is telling the story of how the 'word' is over. Even when her man comes crawling back, there is no forgiveness. The song has that real 'woman scorned, I'm going get him back' feeling.
Then, comes on I'm Good. This song explains that now they have been broken up for a while she feels better. Where Country Grows has a better melody and tries to explain country. Maybe you've gotten lost while driving and been through one of those towns where everyone sits out on the front porch waving to you as you drive by. It seems absolutely hypocritical that this song's lyrics speak about how through Jesus she can get forgiveness. The main theme. forgiveness, is what she had been speaking against on track 1
Next, I'm Just a Woman seems to blame her rollercoaster emotional behavior on her just being a woman. I guess she either finally forgave her man or finally got a new one.
More Cows Than People a fiddle comes in, as well as words about fields, cows, tractors, and a steeple. It's pretty much a generic description of any small town in the Bible Belt. That fiddle keeps playing in the song Beer on a Boat. This song is about being out in a boat on a lake on a Saturday afternoon. I can relate to this song a little more. While it Ain't Rainin' is about how the weather is always changing like life and you should make the most of it.
Tryin' to Go to Church is about how she is always getting in trouble and going too crazy. This is all blamed on the devil. That all Leads to One Thing, brings the album right back to the whole 'girl power idea.' This time it has a little twist. Her new man isn't wearing his wedding ring, so she believes he's getting ready to leave her. Instead of him doing it she talks to her lawyer first.
Rory's Radio is the only saving grace to this entire album. It's nostalgic and the lyrics are about her and her friends fishing and eating crawfish when they were 15.
That's about as close as you want to get to one of those poetry readings I was referring to in the beginning. No girl is worth sitting through one of those things, no matter how big a prize you feel she'd be, if you get my meaning. The only thing I could think after forcing myself to get through the entire album was that this must be some new pretty face on a big label. Upon doing my checking, I gave myself a high five like I was a gambler who bet his life savings on a hunch. 

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ON THE ROAD WITH THE EVERHARTS JANUARY 21. 2013


ON THE ROAD WITH THE EVERHARTS
 
     "The big concert was upon us.  At last we were going to do a show with June Webb.  Both Sheila and I are excited by this opportunity, because June is such a good singer.  She's really remarkable.  And also, John who arranges things, had originally set this up to help out the Lipizzan Stallions, and a date conflict threw that overboard, so steaming on, he arranged to raise some money and attention for "Save Our Seabirds" which is a non-profit in Sarasota.  Sheila and I were steadfastly going through the local newspapers to see if there are any stories, and yes there are, and then, time to go to the Cock & Bull which is where the concert was held.  Interesting place to say the least.  The front door is the back door, the back door is the side door, and the side door is the front door.  That's according to how you enter this building.  It's painted all black, and the first thing you see when you enter by the front (SIDE) door, is about a thousand or more bottles of beer in a cooler, from all over the world.  It's also however, a class restaurant."
     "In reading the newspapers," Sheila added, "we noticed how Sarasota leans toward classical music.  Of course we're always concerned that some members of an audience might not appreciate country music, or at least traditional country music.  John had the show nailed down pretty good, a very good foursome opened, with three girls on fiddle, mandolin, and guitar.  Their harmony was exceptional.  Then Bob & Sheila went on, lots more people heading in by this time, and then June Webb is on with her own backing band, and by then there was a sizable crowd there. Right in the middle of the audience seating area, they have a big fire pit, and of course they made a fire, kept the smoke down, and everyone enjoyed this old-time country music show very much."
     "As it turned out," Bob said, "we raised some money for the seabirds, we sold some CD's, but more importantly we got some media attention for the new CEO of that organization, and he was mightily pleased.  I don't often add things in this column about what other people say, but I can't pass this one up.  After we got back to our campground, the next day, Sheila got an e-mail from June Webb....."Hello Sheila, this is June Webb.  I was disappointed that I did not get an opportunity to chat with you a bit Saturday, I got distracted with all the confusion over the sound system and a painful, swollen, previously broken ankle, seriously restricting my mobility.  I truly enjoyed you and Bob's show, it was very entertaining and the music wonderful.  I generally do not compliment folks on the upright bass because my sister Shirley , who performed with me as the Webb Sisters, played upright bass and was amazing.  However, you are terrific so I felt compelled to tell you so.  Thank you so much for lending your time and skills to aid the "Save Our Seabirds" organization, and for sharing a stage with me.  I really enjoyed it! God Bless you...June."
     Well, it all turned out fine, we had a grand time, and Bobbie will tell you about her amazing Budget lunch next time.

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