Thursday, February 14, 2013

TENILLE RELEASEs Light ON March 12, 2013

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                    February 14, 2013



Toronto, ON - 2012 CCMA Slaight Music Humanitarian Award recipient Tenille will release her sophomore album Light on Tuesday, March 12, 2013. The album features the single "Dear Heart," which is currently being played on Canadian Country radio. Additionally, on February 23 Tenille will host her annual Big Hearts For Big Kids fundraiser at the TEC Centre in her hometown of Grande Prairie, Alberta. The evening will include performances by Tenille as well as top Canadian Country acts including Deric Ruttan, Jason McCoy, Victoria Banks, The Jeffersons, Sean Hogan and Wyatt. To date, Big Hearts For Big Kids has raised nearly $200,000. All proceeds go to Sunrise House; a Grand Prairie-based, emergency youth shelter that serves a wide area of Northern Alberta.

Based on the concept that light and hope can be found anywhere, even in the darkest corners of a person's life, Light showcases Tenille's substantial growth as an artist and her belief that music has the power to motivate people to make positive changes in their own lives and the lives of others. Nowhere is that clearer than on songs like "Pay It Forward," the theme song for her 2012-2013 Canadian 'Play It Forward' tour, and lead single "Dear Heart," co-written with Gordie Sampson (Carrie Underwood, Martina McBride), Caitlyn Smith (Rascal Flatts) and Kelly Archer (Jason Aldean, Dustin Lynch) - which expresses Tenille's willingness to share her own vulnerability and openness with the world.

"I can't wait to share Light with everyone," says Tenille. "The songs and the messages on this record mean so much to me and I had a blast working on it with an amazing team of musicians and my producer, Fred Mollin. Watching them breathe life into these songs was an unforgettable experience."

On the strength of her 2011 Royalty Records debut, Real, which entered the SoundScan Country chart at #13 the first week of its release, Tenille became the youngest artist ever nominated for the coveted Canadian Country Music Award for Female Artist of the Year (2011), and in 2012 the youngest recipient of the CCMA Slaight Music Humanitarian Award. That same year the 18-year-old's talent and dedication garnered her the Grand Prairie and District Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Award for Young Entrepreneur of the Year. In early 2013, Tenille took home the Association of Country Music in Alberta's Fan's Choice Award, won the ACMA Female Artist of the Year Award for the second year running and was honoured with a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal.

Light - Track Listing:
  1. Starts With You
  2. Dear Heart
  3. Into The Light
  4. Maple Grove Road
  5. Fall In Love
  6. Pay It Forward
  7. That's What it's Like to Leave
  8. Some Will Call it Love
  9. Where Did She Go 
  10. Getting Good at Goodbye
  11. Halfway to Somewhere
  12. One Last Look Around
  13. Dare to Be
Twitter: @_Tenille 


Garners ACM Vocal Group of the Year Nomination
     NASHVILLE, TN – (February 14, 2013) – Earlier this morning The Band Perry shared some exciting news about their highly-anticipated sophomore album. The sibling trio announced the title, PIONEER, and unveiled the album cover via social media platforms. The follow up to their PLATINUM-certified debut album is due out April 2 on Republic Nashville.  See the announcement here:
Building on the musical foundation demonstrated by the band on their first album, PIONEER, is steeped in country tradition, with rock and roll elements both on performance and songwriting. The album was produced by Dann Huff and has been listed as one of Entertainment Weekly's “12 Albums We Can’t Wait For.”
“When we set out to record PIONEER, the three of us drove across the country from Greeneville to Malibu to work with one of our musical superheroes, Rick Rubin,” said Reid Perry.  “Our time in the studio with Rick was so incredible because during our early sessions he challenged us to set higher goals as songwriters.”
“With that experience came the realization that we needed to take the music back home to Tennessee and have Dann Huff bring the songs to life with his production,” adds Neil Perry. "Sometimes where one starts off is not where one ends up, which is a big theme for us on PIONEER.”
“There is still so much to be discovered, so many things to be made. There's still so much good to be done and so many songs to sing. So here we are, two years later - Marching forward. Making noise. We are thankful for the momentum of the week and are thrilled that our release of PIONEER is just around the corner. We can't wait!” says Kimberly Perry. 
The lead single from PIONEER, “Better Dig Two,” topped the Billboard Country Chart this week and marked their third #1 at Country radio. The song is the fastest-rising of their career and is already closing in on 1,000,000 copies sold. On the heels of this success, The Band Perry is celebrating their recent Group of the Year nomination for the 48th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, which will air on CBS April 7 beginning at 8:00P ET.
Siblings Kimberly, Reid and Neil Perry quickly catapulted into the mainstream with the success of their Quadruple-Platinum, breakout hit “If I Die Young.” In 2011, the tune took the #1 position on both Country and AC charts as well as earned 2011 CMA Single AND Song of the Year. Their success continued with Platinum-certified “You Lie” and the Gold-certified, #1 smash “All Your Life.” The Band Perry has won multiple ACM, CMA and CMT Music Awards as well as GRAMMY, TEEN CHOICE, AMA, ACA and Billboard Music Award nominations.  


Darling to Make Second Appearance During “The Bachelor: Sean Tells All Special” on Tuesday, February 19 at 8PM CT.
Nashville, TN…(February 14, 2013)… Sarah Darling’s featured performance during the February 4 episode of ABC’s The Bachelor has translated to a 220% increase in “Home To Me” sales.  With more than 15,500 units sold in the week following her appearance on the show, the collective “Home To Me” total is now over 75,000 units sold. The Home To Me EP was digitally released on January 29.

Fans of Sarah will have a second opportunity to see her on The Bachelor as Darling will be featured for a second time during the newly announced The Bachelor: Sean Tells All Special on Tuesday, February 19 at 8PM CT on ABC.
The one-hour special will feature The Bachelor star sitting down with host Chris Harrison to talk about his journey on the reality show so far. He’ll discuss the women he’s sent home and the most controversial contestant in the bunch, Tierra. The episode will feature never-before-seen footage including Sarah Darling’s concert in Whitefish, MT where she performed for Sean Lowe and his date Lindsay Yenter, as well as a sneak peek at the rest of the season.
This season on The Bachelor, Sean, 29, the successful Dallas businessman and entrepreneur who charmed fans while wooing Bachelorette Emily Maynard, meets 26 potential soul mates and gets another shot at love as the Bachelor.  Sean was blindsided in the Caribbean island of Curaçao when Emily rejected him, and viewers saw the devastated Sean wrestling to make sense of her decision.  Thankfully, Sean did not give up on his dream of love and he now knows with certainty that the time is right for him to risk it all again to try to find the right woman.  The Bachelor airs Mondays (8:00–10:01 p.m., ET/PT), on ABC.
Touted by the New York Times as a “sophisticated songwriter” with a “crisp, powerful voice,” Sarah Darling has found success with three consecutive #1 videos ("Something To Do With Your Hands," "Blackbird," and her current single, "Home To Me") and as a frequent guest on the Grand Ole Opry.  Available today, the Home To Me EP includes both the album and an acoustic version of the title track performed on The Bachelor.  This Valentine's Day, Sarah Darling joins Season 10 American Idol winner Scotty McCreery as they kick off the Weekend Roadtrip Tour 2013.  Sarah is currently recording her forthcoming album with producer Dann Huff (Keith Urban, Brantley Gilbert, Hunter Hayes, Rascal Flatts) and confidently making her mark on the country music scene as one to watch in 2013.  For more information and tour dates, follow Sarah Darling on Twitter and visit www.
The 17th season of The Bachelor, from Warner Horizon Television, airs Mondays 8/7c on ABC. For more information on The Bachelor, visit

Bluegrass Duo The Gibson Brothers Announce New Album

Bluegrass Duo The Gibson Brothers
Announce New Album
IBMA Entertainers of the Year Dig Deep into
Harmony and History on They Called It Music
(avail. March 26)
(Nashville, TN) Feb 14, 2013 – Just months after winning the most coveted honor in bluegrass last fall – the prestigious International Bluegrass Music Association’s Entertainer of the Year award – The Gibson Brothers are preparing to release their new album They Called It Music on March 26th. On their latest effort, the brothers Eric and Leigh dig deeper into duet harmony than they ever have before.  Longtime bandmates Mike Barber (bass), Clayton Campbell (fiddle) and Joe Walsh (mandolin) join in on a set of songs that feature some of the brothers' best originals coupled with a varied collection of creative covers of songs by Loretta Lynn, the Delmore Brothers, Joe Newberry and Shawn Camp.  Stream the full album here.

According to Eric and Leigh, the original songs on the new album – inspired largely by the loss of their father last year come from a more emotional place than on previous albums.  Eric explains: "Although this isn't a grieving album some of that energy found its way into the music."  But it was a comment that bluegrass icon Tim O'Brien made after listening to their last album (2011's award-winning Help My Brother) that proved to be the emotional rudder for the new project.  "Tim told us to 'keep digging deeper.' We thought about that comment a lot and I think we've accomplished that with the new CD,” comments Eric.

Standout originals on the new project include “Something Comin’ To Me," and “The Darker The Night, The Better I See,” a hell-raising, tongue-in-cheek hint at the Gibson Brother’s resilience over the years. The album’s title track “They Called It Music” is a soon-to-be classic that praises bluegrass music for the power of its simplicity and universal appeal. The cover of Mark 's upbeat  “Daddy’s Gone to Knoxville” is sure to garner a lot of radio attention as well.
The Gibson Brothers are the latest in a long line of brother vocal duos in bluegrass and country music.  Like many other brother acts, their musical path was paved by earlier duos like the Louvin Brothers, Jim & Jesse, the Blue Sky Boys and the Monroe Brothers. But, unlike those duos, The Gibson Brothers are northerners with roots extending far north of the Mason-Dixon line. Initially that created some controversy - when the Brothers received the Emerging Artist of the Year award from the BMA in 1998 there were some who were skeptical. "Other players would say to us, ' guys are from New York—how do you anything about bluegrass!?' I was so intimidated playing in the south because all of our heroes were from the south and we weren't," says Eric.

But, after all, the Brothers do share an agrarian upbringing with many of the iconic artists in the genre – it's just that the small family dairy farm where they grew up happened to be in the shadow of the Adirondack Mountains in upstate New York. And over time the controversy over their Northern-ness began to ebb. Eric remembers: "We were slowly accepted and I finally felt like I didn't have explain our credibility to anyone. Leigh and I have barnyard credibility if you need that."

These days The Gibson Brothers are at the pinnacle of bluegrass music bringing their unique northern take on the music to audiences from coast to coast and earning praise from critics and fans alike.  As bluegrass legend Del McCoury says: "When I hear the Gibson Brothers, I know it’s them from the first note. They have that little thing in their voices that no one else has.” Eric adds, “Bluegrass has so much heart and soul. That’s what I hope comes from our music.” Emotionally charged and spiritually uplifting, that heart and soul comes through loud and clear on They Called It Music.

Interview with Carolina Rose and The Bluegrass Girls and Friends

Interview with Carolina Rose and The Bluegrass Girls and Friends

Lamitschka:  Music has many new fans throughout Europe who may be hearing about you for the first time. How would you describe yourself and the music you play to someone who has never seen or heard you?

Carolina Rose:  Traditional Bluegrass

Lamitschka:  How was the last year for you? What were your highlights?

Carolina Rose: Appearing at the annual Jerusalem Ridge Festival in Rosine Kentucky at the boyhood homeplace of Bill Monroe The Father Of Bluegrass

Lamitschka:  What is your latest CD and how's it doing?

Carolina Rose: Mother's White Rose and it seems to be getting good reviews

Lamitschka:  How did you choose the title for the CD?  Is there a story behind the name?

Carolina Rose:  The title came form the number one song on the cd. Mother's White Rose is a story told to writer James Hines a close friend of Bill Monroe about the rose bush that his Mother loved and cared so for. It lives today in the front yard of the Monroe Homeplace in Rosine, Kentucky.

Lamitschka:  Do you write the songs yourself? If not, how do you go about finding the songs for your CD?

Carolina Rose: I wrote the number 10 song I Can Hear Him calling. About Bill Monroe and experiences at the homeplace and rumors that late at night when all is quiet sometime you can hear a mandolin playing.

Lamitschka:  Please tell us about the songs on your album (influences, etc

Carolina Rose:  1. Mother's White Rose. I explained it above.
2. The Bluegrass Girls (Are In Your Town Tonight) about my band wrote by Mary Ruth Stamey form Brevard, NC. A Member of my band at the time. She also was a close friend of Bill and James Monroe and President of James's fan club for amny years and also the North and South Carolina Bluegrass Association.
3. I Just Think I'll Stay Around -a long time favorite of mine
4. Gold Watch and Chain.- a good old traditional song.
5. Can't You Hear Me Calling.- a favorite of mine because he wrote it about Bessie Lee Mauldin who was from my hometown and married to Bill Monroe
6. Bluegrass Breakdown is my favorite instrumental
7. Kentucky I Hear Your Bluegrass Calling Me -I love songs about Kentucky
8. My Bible and My Old Banjo wrote by my banjo player Mona Jo Griffin
9. Walk Softly- a favorite for many years
10. I Can hear Him Calling- I wrote this one from experiences I have had at the Monroe Boyhood Homeplace adn rumors in that area for years.
11.Traveling That Long Road Home - wrote again by Mary Ruth Stamey tells what a lot of us experience on the highway traveling form show to show and missing Mom and Dad
12 . Hills Of Glory- wrote by Bessie Lee Mauldin and Bill Monroe but never recorded. I do have it on an old tape a friend Tom Isenhour gave me. Tome plays mandolin on some shows with us.

Lamitschka:  What is the difference between your last CD and your current one?

Carolina Rose: The Carolina Rose "Breakin' Out" has two true songs about my life on it. It was produced by Joe Isaacs and he also played Banjo and sang Harmony on it along with his now wife, Stacy York Isaacs The Kentucky Songbird singing high Tenor. It also had some friends from Nashville, TN playing on it. Joe Clark playing Mandolin and Banjo; Tim Surrette playing the string Bass and Dobro; Jerry Butler playign guitar; Owen Saunders playing the Fiddle.

Lamitschka:  Your current single is being played by radio. What do you feel is special about this song that makes people want to hear it?

Carolina Rose:  Because it tells the story about a rose bush that Bill Monroe loved and cherished.

Lamitschka:  What will your next single be?

Carolina Rose:  Monroe and Stanly "Together Again" I wrote it along with Clete Trexler a dear friend.

Lamitschka:  What kind of songs do you like to record the most?

Carolina Rose:  Songs about real things happening in life.

Lamitschka:  You did a duet with Pat Patterson. How did that happen to come about?

Carolina Rose: We were friends and it started out picking with each other onstage with our lyrics and my manager then, Eddie Bearden thought we should recrd together. We had a great time doing it and Col. Doc Winters form Myrtle Beach did this one. 

Lamitschka:  What is your favorite song among all the songs you have recorded and what's the story behind it?

Carolina Rose:  I Can Hear Him Calling that I wrote because sometimes when I am in Rosine, it seems I can hear him calling. About Bill Monroe

Lamitschka:  Do you have any interesting stories about how fans have been affected by your music?

Carolina Rose:  I love it when the children come up to me wanting to have pictures made with me. That tells me I have done something good. They are our next generation of music performers and we have to keep them interested and wanting to play and sing.

Lamitschka:  Who inspires you musically and how deep do your musical roots run?

Carolina Rose:  My roots go back to The Father Of Bluegrass Music. Bill Monroe. My Mom that raised me was a big inspriration because she always took time to carry me anywhere for my music.

Lamitschka:  What do you think about today's music scene versus its post and where do you see it going in the future?

Carolina Rose:  I love the traditional music. It was a lot cleaner in that time period and made a lot more sense to me. I hope it stays around forever and stays in peoples hearts.

Lamitschka:  What do you think about today's music industry?

Carolina Rose:  I think it should be cleaned up a lot with appearances and style.

Lamitschka:  If you had the chance to change something about the music industry, what would it be?

Carolina Rose:  Make it easier for artists to get started into.

Lamitschka:  As an artist, you so many tasks such as recording, touring, interviews. What do you like best, what's your favorite activity?

Carolina Rose:  I like the touring and meeting all the fans. I lvoe being onstage and knowing I am pleasing my audience. My favorite is getting to perform with friends.

Lamitschka:  Are you doing anything to take music beyond its current borders or are you happy where it is?

Carolina Rose:  I am always looking for new avenues but don't ever plan to change my style.

Lamitschka:  What was your big break that got you into the music business?

Carolina Rose:  I have been singing and playing guitar since I was a young girl. My biggest break was becoming friends with Martha Carson the First Lady of Gospel Music and first woman to join the Grand Old Opry. She wrote and recorded "Satisfied" recorded by Elvis and over 380 other artist. Also being friends with roni Stoneman and traveling with ehr. She ws on Hee Haw and is The First Lady of Banjo. A very talented lady in all areas. Then meeting and being so lovingly accepted by Campbell Mercer and his Family. He is the director of The Bill Monroe Foundation also known as The jerusalem Ridge Foundation.. Getting to perform at the Festival is my highlight. This will be my 11th. year. Oct. 3, 4, 5 and 6th of 2013.

Lamitschka:  What inspired you to become an artist?

Carolina Rose: I was given to Virgie Polk Johnson and her husband James Johnson by my biological Mother when I was two weeks old. They raised me as their own and I had a wonderful childhood. My Mom (Virgie) always took time for anything I needed or wanted. She was always there to help me.

Lamitschka:  What drives you?

Carolina Rose:  The faithful and loving fans I have and performing the music of my Father. There is no feeling like getting on a stage and performing for an audience who wants to hear you.

Lamitschka:  When you get time off, how do you like to relax?

Carolina Rose:  I lvoe spending time with my family and cooking big dinners for them. You never know who or how many will show up for a holiday meal, so you have to cook a lot and be prepared. I was raised to believe it is better to have to much food than not enough.

Lamitschka:  Is there anything in your life that you would change if you could?

Carolina Rose:Yes, my husband and I divorced many years ago. I believe a couple should really try hard to make a marriage work especially when you have children. I also would have never have left Mama. That tells you we loved each other a lot.

Lamitschka:  What hopes and desires do you have?

Carolina Rose:  My hopes and deep desire is to be able to perform for a long time to come. To be happy because some times it is very hard to be happy in todays world.

Lamitschka:  What has been the biggest disappointment in your life?

Carolina Rose:  Losing my parents that raised me and finding out who my biological Father was after he had passed away.

Lamitschka:  Many European fans travel to the United States to attend the several of the music festivals for the opportunity to see so many of their favorite artists, bands and celebrities. Will you be participating and how will the fans be able to find you?

Carolina Rose:  You can find me on Facebook and Youtube, (files under Mona Jo Griffin) www. my early years and
I always answer my email myself. I love hearing form the fans.

Lamitschka:  What can your fans expect to see when they see you in concert?

Carolina Rose:  A traditional show. My Bluegrass Girls always dress the part as well as play it. You will see me wearing my red cowboy hat as it has become a trade mark.

Lamitschka:  Do fans mob you everywhere you go or do they respect your privacy?

Carolina Rose:  Onetime I recall a couple of years ago my brother AL Jones and I played the Festival at the Monroe Homeplace and it took us over an hour to get from the stage to the top of the hill due to so many people wanting to take pictures. Al Jones, he looks so much like our Father it is uncanny.

Lamitschka:  What message would you like to send your European fans?

Carolina Rose:  That I would love to be there in person doing this interview and hope if they come to the states they come to our shows.

Lamitschka:  Fans are always hungry for good road stories. Do you have one you can share with us (come on don’t be shy)?

Carolina Rose:  Having my vanjo player tell me when a car passed our RV they blew the horn, she said due my my driving. Later I was happy to tell her I had an email form a fan on the interstate saying they blew the horn when they passed us to say hello. LOL.

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Brad Paisley Confirms Track Listing for Wheelhouse

Brad Paisley Confirms Track Listing for Wheelhouse Which Streets April 9

“Southern Comfort Zone” Becomes Paisley’s 21st No.1
Interactive Wheelhouse Cover Reveal Begins Today
Nashville, TN – Country superstar Brad Paisley garners his 21st No. 1 single with “Southern Comfort Zone,” and today confirms the track listing for his 8th regular studio album, Wheelhouse, set for release on Arista Nashville on Tuesday, April 9.
Beginning today, fans will be able to participate in an interactive reveal of the Wheelhouse and Wheelhouse (Deluxe Version) album covers at
The layered reveal experience includes a fan mosaic, hidden icons that unlock special items, an exclusive Brad Paisley making-of-the-album interview and information on how to enter a national sweepstakes.
Produced by Paisley, the 14 songs and 3 interstitials, along with the songwriters and any special guest collaborations, are indicated below. Paisley wrote or co-wrote all of the complete songs featured on Wheelhouse, including the lead hit, “Southern Comfort Zone.”
1. “Bon Voyage”
2. “Southern Comfort Zone” [Brad Paisley/Chris DuBois/Kelley Lovelace]
3. “Beat This Summer” [Brad Paisley/Chris DuBois/Luke Laird]
4. “Outstanding In Our Field” (Featuring Dierks Bentley and Roger Miller with Hunter Hayes on guitar) [Brad Paisley/Mike Dean/Chris DuBois/Lee Thomas Miller/Roger Miller]
5. “Pressing On A Bruise” (Featuring Mat Kearney) [Brad Paisley/Mat Kearney/Kelley
6. “I Can't Change The World” [Brad Paisley/Chris DuBois/Kelley Lovelace]
7. “幽 女” [Brad Paisley/Justin Williamson/Randle Currie]
8. “Karate” (Featuring Charlie Daniels) [Brad Paisley/Chris DuBois/Kelley Lovelace]
9. “Death of a Married Man” (Featuring Eric Idle) [Brad Paisley]
10. “Harvey Bodine” [Brad Paisley/Chris DuBois/Kelley Lovelace]
11. “Tin Can On A String” [Brad Paisley/Ashley Gorley/Kelley Lovelace]
12. “Death Of A Single Man” [Brad Paisley/Kelley Lovelace/Lee Thomas Miller]
13. “The Mona Lisa” [Brad Paisley/Chris DuBois]
14. “Accidental Racist” (Featuring LL Cool J) [Brad Paisley/Lee Thomas Miller/LL
Cool J]
15. “Runaway Train” [Brad Paisley/Chris DuBois/Kelley Lovelace]
16. “Those Crazy Christians” [Brad Paisley/Kelley Lovelace]
17. “Officially Alive” [Brad Paisley]
Four additional tracks will be included on the Wheelhouse (Deluxe Version). Fans can preorder Wheelhouse and Wheelhouse (Deluxe Version) now on Amazon at

Brad Paisley Reveals Album Cover For Wheelhouse

Brad Paisley Reveals Album Cover For Wheelhouse

Release Date – April 9

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