Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Today we want to introduce you a new artist / songwriter

Today we want to introduce you a new artist / songwriter. He's not related to Country Music, but here at Country Music News International we love his music / sound. :-)Let us know if you like him too!

Line-Up for the 15th Annual Bill Monroe

Line-Up for the 15th Annual Bill Monroe’s Bean Blossom Bluegrass Gospel Jubliee Announced
Indianapolis, IN -  The Bill Monroe Music Park and Campground located in beautiful Brown County, Indiana is proud to announce the 15th Annual Bill Monroe Bean Blossom Bluegrass Gospel Jubilee. The event will take place July 25-27 and includes a stellar line-up of performers including: Larry Sparks & Lonesome Ramblers, Paul Williams and The Victory Trio, Ralph Stanley II, Nathan Stanley & The Clinch Mountain Boys, The Churchmen, Tommy Brown & County Line Grass, and more.
Tickets are $15 (Thursday); $15 (Friday); $20 (Saturday) or a 3-day pass for $40. Children 12 and under are free. Juniors, ages 13-16 years, receive a $5.00 daily discount off normal ticket prices.
The full line-up for the 3-day event includes:
Thursday - The Churchmen, Tommy Brown & County Line Grass, Alec Hurtibise Band, Balos Family, Chestangs, Coffey Brothers & Mountain Sound
Friday - Larry Sparks & The Lonesome Ramblers, Paul Williams & The Victory Trio, Ralph Stanley II, Nathan Stanley & The Clinch Mountain Boys, Judy Marshall, Balos Family, Bush Family, Chestangs, Jess Brown & Still Lonesome, New God Speed, Turnman Family, Blue River
Saturday - Larry Sparks & the Lonesome Ramblers, Balos Family, Bush Family, George Crank, Jess Brown & Still Lonesome, George Crank, Joe Isaacs & Stacy York, Turnman Family, Marge Sullivan, New Harmony, Bobby Jewel Family Band
The 15th Annual Bill Monroe Bean Blossom Bluegrass Gospel Jubilee is in loving memory of Enoch Sullivan and will include preaching, praying and singing with Bishop Darrell Peters. Emcees include the Legendary Tommy Lamb and The Infamous Sam Jackson. The event is sponsored by Martin Guitars, Edmundson, RV Sales & Service, Dillman Furniture, and Hope River Entertainment.
Camping and Cabins are available on site. There will be plenty of food concessions and merchants. Bring your lawn chairs and enjoy the fun. Shows take place rain or shine.

JJ Lawhorn Releases Debut Album “Original Good Ol’ Boy”

JJ Lawhorn Releases Debut Album
“Original Good Ol’ Boy”
July 16, 2013  via Average Joes Entertainment
Single “Stomping Grounds” Already a Staple on
Sirius/XM’s The Highway 
NASHVILLE, TN (July 2, 2013) – Country music newcomer, JJ Lawhorn, is set to release his Average Joes Entertainment debut album, “Original Good Ol’ Boy,” July 16, 2013 everywhere music is sold. Produced by Jeremy Stover, the new album streams exclusively on IHeartRadio/Clear Channel July 15-19 and is available for pre-order today on iTunes.
Named one of Billboard Magazine’s “New and Noteworthy Acts -- Billboard Presents Bubbling Under,” Lawhorn’s first single, “Stomping Grounds,” is already a staple on Sirius/XM’s popular, The Highway channel. The video for “Stomping Grounds” can be seen on GACTV.com, Zuus Country TV, The Boot.com and more. Watch it here.
“My life took a turn when I put a video of me singing a cover song on YouTube and one of my favorite country singer’s producer saw it and contacted me," states Lawhorn.  “Now I’m about to release my debut album with Average Joes.  I don’t think I could have asked for anything better.”
“Ultimately, it’s the whole package – the rough-edged music, the painterly words and Lawhorn’s conviction – that makes this a most auspicious debut.”  - Bob Doerschuk, CMA Close Up
This stellar, debut disc is a perfect blend of sweet melody and raw sound influenced by some of the industry’s greatest rebels (Hank Williams, Waylon Jennings). Lawhorn wrote or co-wrote every song on the disc with contributions from some of Nashville's finest writers. From the auto-biographical title track, “Original Good Ol’ Boy,” to the extraordinarily evocative “Last of a Dyin’ Breed,” Lawhorn’s songwriting reflects an authenticity that will surely become his signature sound.

Man who drove Hank Williams

Man who drove Hank Williams on final tour dies at 79

Sometimes we miss or do not get news that is important in country music, and even though this particular news is sad, it is very important to our industry, because we lose another chapter in the life of Hank Williams Sr.s career.  Thanks to my friend Ed Morris for alerting me of the passing of Charles Carr.  Ed and I try to make sure that we send out the news from the past that  is sometimes misplaced and country music fans miss these important parts of our life.  Many times the news comes from another state and never gets to the music industry media.

Please keep in your thoughts and prayers the family of Charles Carr as they mourn the loss of their loved one.


(Nashville, TN-7.2.13) Charles Carr was remembered as a dear friend and an honorable man after his death Monday morning was announced.
But for most he will probably always be known as the young man who was driving the blue Cadillac that carried country star Hank Williams on his final journey. Williams died Jan. 1, 1953, while he and Carr were on their way to a New Year’s Day concert in Canton, Ohio.
Carr, a retired investor from Montgomery, was 79, said his stepson, Don King.
Hank Williams was a friend of Carr’s family, and Carr knew him well when Williams hired him to drive him to Ohio. Carr was then a freshman at Auburn University. Carr told the Montgomery Advertiserin 2001 that he was asked about that fateful trip, which was plagued by terrible weather, “at least once every week.”
Carr said that he was reluctant to talk about Williams’ death for some time, but realized that Williams had legions of fans as well as friends.
King said that his family was always proud of the fact that Carr refused to make a profit from anything connected with Williams’ death.
“He never wanted it to appear as if he were trying to seem special or to gain anything from that coincidence,” King said. “But as he became older, he began to understand that this was a big part of American history, and he wanted to set the record straight.”
Carr was always a friend to the Hank Williams Museum, said museum director Beth Petty, who was saddened to hear of Carr’s death.
“I have the utmost respect for him,” Petty said. “Fans loved (Carr). He was always a crowd favorite.”
Carr’s death follows the late April death of Braxton Schuffert, 97, an original member of Williams’ Drifting Cowboys band.
Services for Carr had not been finalized as of press time.


(Nashville, Tennessee)—July 2, 2013 –Nashville is about to become home to a very unique talent search that promises the potential to open major music industry doors to a new generation of future superstars.
The World Class Talent Search will begin live auditions on Tuesday July 9 and is open to all formats of music with an emphasis on discovering new solo artists as well as artistic teamings and bands. 
Venue for the competition will be one of Nashville premiere entertainment destinations, Fontanel, which will offer artists the full showcase resources of professional state-of-the-art sound and lights on their Pepsi Studio Galley stage. Auditions will continue every other Tuesday throughout July and August. 
The search will culminate with a call sheet of artists who move through the audition phase to become competitors in the search competition, which launches on September 3 and will run at the Pepsi Studio Gallery stage at Fontanel through December. Winning artist will be announced on December 3 and awarded a full career facilitation development by a team of industry professionals that will include recording, management, booking, and national branding/PR opportunities.
Requirements to enter include an initial non-refundable $20 screening fee and completed online entry form that will afford review of talent either by YouTube or appropriate web link access or by in-person performance auditions at Fontanel.  Entrants will be notified within 7 days of entry and/or in person audition if they are selected for the talent search finals phase of the competition beginning September 3.
Talent chosen to advance will receive 15 tickets to their performance night on the Fontanel stage in return for a final phase entry fee of $150.00. Additionally, video and audio taping of artist performances is permitted as is photography, affording each contestant the perceived bonus option of capturing top quality professional content for the promotion of their music while performing before a panel of recognized Nashville music industry judges.
The World Class Talent Search is being produced by JoAnn Berry in association with Fontanel.  The first women to head a major Nashville based talent agency which she founded in partnership with Barbara Mandrell, Berry guided World Class Talent to the ranks of a major representation destination for artists as diverse as not only Barbara Mandrell and The Mandrell Sisters, but Randy Travis, Ricky Skaggs, and a virtual ‘who’s who’ roster of music greats.  From the subsequent  formation of a uniquely successful major concert production arm for World Class to the establishment in recent years of her own management group and now the development of the World Class Talent Search, JoAnn Berry has proven to be a constant force as a successful entrepreneur in management, booking, television, and career/project guidance.
The World Class Talent Search holds the promise of making summer 2013 an exciting one for new talent in Nashville. An incredible career-advancing showcase opportunity in front of a panel of industry professionals, for the comparative price of concert tickets and dinner...what's not to love?
For a complete schedule of audition and competition dates/times as well as additional registration information for The World Class Talent Search, resource online:

LoCash Cowboys Invite U.S. Air Force

U.S. Air Force Recruits
Country’s LoCash Cowboys Invite U.S. Air Force Recruits on Stage at Country Stampede
Taped Episode of Adam Richman’s “Fandemonium” for New Series Airing on the Travel Channel This Fall

Nashville, TN, July 2, '13…..In celebration of the upcoming 4th of July weekend and in honor of those who serve, Country’s LoCash Cowboys asked members of the military to join them on stage last weekend at Country Stampede in Manhattan, Kansas for the final song in their set. The event marked the seventh straight year that the band has played the festival.
After filming their performance, Adam Richman from the Travel Channel  taped a segment at the backstage party for his new original series Adam Richman’s “Fandemonium.” The duo grilled venison burgers and pork chops the LoCash way!  The new show, premiering this fall, explores the extremes that superfans will pursue in order celebrate their passion. LoCash Cowboys' first self-titled album debuted just last week on Billboard’s Country Album Chart at #25.


By Bob Doerschuk
© 2013 CMA Close Up® News Service / Country Music Association®, Inc.
These are halcyon times for Country vocal groups. So how does a new group stand out? The Henningsens have at least two ways of making an impression in this crowded field.
One involves songwriting: On American Beautiful, their Arista Nashville debut, Brian Henningsen, son Aaron and daughter Clara, as a trio or in various combinations, join with various co-writers on all 10 tracks, with consistently pleasing results.
Match that with singing that exceeds today’s standards for technique, expression and emotion, and you’ve got a winner on your hands. Producer Paul Worley captures every nuance of Clara’s phrasing and then pulls back to reveal their three-part power in all its glory. The title cut (written by all three with Brett Beavers) anchors on a punchy power-guitar riff and soars on a catchy, sing-along chorus. It’s no surprise that this single totaled 77 Country Aircheck and Billboard radio adds in its first week.
But dig into the album and you’ll discover other levels of artistry. A nostalgic fiddle and dreamy waltz setting take us deep into “Arkansas” (Brian and Clara with Cactus Moser), whose story of aged siblings gathered for a brother’s funeral casts a spell that lingers after the last chord dies. (Recollections of “kerosene nights and innocent days” draw us back into a nearly forgotten past.) And when they join voices to celebrate the light that guides them through stormy times on “To Believe” (all three with Jimmy Yeary), even doubters have to be left feeling a little less alone.
BRIAN: “Jayber Crow, by Wendell Barry.”
CLARA: “The Bible, Sense and Sensibility.”
AARON: “The Bible.”
BRIAN: “A farmer.”
CLARA: “A marine biologist.”
AARON: “A senator.”
ALL: “Our producer, Paul Worley.”
ALL: “‘The House That Built Me’ or ‘Wichita Lineman.’”
ALL: “We get along really well but we love to argue. We call it debating.”


Listen to Marty on INTO THE BLUE This Week
Nashville, TN – (July 2, 2013)  Marty Raybon’s new single “That Janie Baker” from his recently released album The Back Forty is keeping him high on the charts.  Marty had the #1 song on the Bluegrass Unlimited Song Chart in June with “Dirt Road Heartache” and “That Janie Baker debuts on the Bluegrass Unlimited Song Chart in July at # 27.  “That Janie Baker” is also number #3 on the Bluegrass Today Monthly Airplay June Chart and #6 on the Sirius XM – Bluegrass Junction Most Played Tracks June Chart.
The Back Forty has also been received very positively by radio programmers and DJ’s since its release in April.  The album has been consistently high on AirPlay Direct’s monthly Bluegrass Charts.  Marty was also on the cover with a feature story in the May issue of AirPlay Direct’s “The Direct Buzz” online magazine.
Music reviewers have been giving “That Janie Baker” a lot of attention too.   David McGee from Deep Roots Magazine wrote, “The early buzz around The Back Forty is centered on its driving opening number, ‘That Janie Baker,’ one of three songs Raybon co-wrote with John Fountain. Featuring Tim Crouch’s frisky fiddling and tasty solos from Scott Naiper on mandolin and Chris Wade on banjo, the song lauds both the uncommon beauty and the uncommon oratorical gifts of a gal who can ‘bring religion to a bad man or make a good man see his wicked ways,’ and thus spends her days ‘moving mountains’.” 
Greg Victor from Parcbench.com said, “…You might recognize the title character in the kick-off tune, ‘That Janie Baker,’ as the focus of a Shenandoah hit from 1993 titled ‘Janie Baker’s Love Slave.’ Raybon was, of course, the lead singer for Shenandoah from 1985-96. In the past 40 years, Raybon has gone from the radio-friendly band Shenandoah to a successful solo career to his current adventures in bluegrass music.”
In addition, you can hear Marty talk about the song “That Janie Baker” during his interview with Terry Herd on INTO THE BLUE airing all this week on the Bluegrass Radio NetworkMarty is as down to earth as anyone I've ever met, but when those incredible pipes fire up, I'm reminded I am in the presence of greatness”, commented Terry Herd.

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CD: CINDY HILL - Jesus Can Put Me Together Again

Jesus Can Put Me Together Again
Jesus Can Put Me Together Again - I'm Leaning On The Promises Of God - Memories of Mother - When They Rang The Golden Bells - Where No Castles Fall - Me & The Devil Can't Get Along Anymore - How Great Thou Art - Leaving on My Mind - I Like The Ol' Time Worship of the Lord
In today's world of 'perfect' music it's getting harder and harder to find the 'real deal,' especially in country music.   Any recording studio worth it's salt can 'fix' any error, any slip of the tongue, any off key note....anything.  That's what makes listening to modern country music so difficult.  It's all pretty much samey-samey perfection, corporate produced to meet their standards of perfection, but what they have done in doing this, is removing the individuality, the gentle originality, the independent sound, the soul, yes the 'soul' of the music.  So when a CD like this one by Cindy Hill passes through my hands and ears, I'm awake, I'm listening, I'm thrilled that I have found another pure and individualistic piece of music that is the 'real deal.' Cindy sings mostly old-time gospel with some originals on this CD, she's a fantastic mountain singer from Kentucky, making it so easy to hear what country music really should be like.  She's a rural lady, she's lives in the country, she has an astonishingly beautiful voice, but mind....she's 'real' country.  You won't hear this record on any top-forty so-called country music radio station.  It would embarrass them.  But it would also remind them, very strongly, what country music once was, and what it should 'still be' all about.  It's kind of like corporate-greed has stolen the 'gift' away from rural America, polished it up, filled it full of antibiotics, washed it so clean there's not one piece of country 'dirt' anywhere to be found.  Country music it ain't.  This wonderful old-time gospel CD doesn't have any 'dirt' on it either, it's one of the purest, cleanest, astonishingly 'real' old time country gospel CD's I've heard in a long long time.  I suspect once the Rural Roots Music Commission hears this, there will be not doubt in their mind about how 'country' this is. Expect to see, meet, and hear the delightful Cindy Hill, direct from Kentucky, at the LeMars Music Festival.
Bob Everhart, www.ntcma.net


Sixteen Year Event Sets Attendance Record
July 1, 2013 (Nashville, TN) - ROSS COPPLEY, one of country music's fastest rising talents, recently kicked off the "Alive After 5" Summer Concert Series in Lexington, NC in an appearance that set an all-time event attendance record! The Lexington, NC Chamber of Commerce reports that the event reached an unprecedented growth this year and attribute it to the popularity of this rising country star.

"We were extremely pleased with Ross and his band," stated Burr Sullivan, President of the Lexington, NC Chamber of Commerce. "Ross put his heart and soul into every song and the crowd loved him! We had the largest attendance we have ever had in the sixteen year history of this event and his fans certainly came out to support him!"

"I had a blast," exclaimed Coppley. "Kicking off the "Alive After 5" concert series was the perfect way to start my summer! The thing I love most is performing in front of a crowd - and this crowd was on fire! Special thanks to Mr. Burr Sullivan and the Lexington, NC Chamber of Commerce for inviting me to play."

Ross Coppley's star keeps rising at each and every turn. His exciting stage show and talented musicianship has caught the attention of fans and music lovers across the country. Inspired by Garth Brooks, the live stage show of Ross Coppley sets the stage ablaze and the crowd on fire every time this talented young man steps into the spotlight!

His current single, "Feels Good To Me," has found a welcome home on country radio and the video for the single has been featured on many sites and just ranked #6 on the Only Lyrics Country Video Chart. View the video on the official Ross Coppley website at www.RossCoppley.com. The single is currently available on iTunes here.



NASHVILLE - The County Music Association (CMA) Board of Directors announced today that Steve Moore has submitted his resignation as Chief Executive Officer, effective June 30, 2013.
Moore said, “After nearly four years in this position, and given the phenomenal success that the CMA team has achieved, this seemed like an appropriate time to step aside and pursue other corporate and philanthropic opportunities.”
Troy Tomlinson, the Country Music Association Board of Directors Chairman said, “Steve Moore’s dedication and hard work as a CMA Board member, CMA Board leader, and as CEO have taken our organization to new levels of success. He’s been a tremendous asset to CMA due to his high regard in the industry as a resourceful and tenacious advocate for Country Music.”
After serving as Interim CEO, then becoming CEO two and a half years ago, Moore was instrumental in securing the new long-term extension of the television partnership for the annual CMA Awards, the CMA Music Festival special, and the “CMA Country Christmas” special all on the ABC Television Network.
Under Moore, the 2013 CMA Music Festival hit a record attendance with an increase of 13 percent, more artist participation than ever before, and 11 music stages. He created and led the newly-formed The CMA Foundation. He also created the new CMA position of Community Outreach Manager to create a liaison with the music community, education community, and The CMA Foundation Board of Directors. Under his watch, CMA also created CMA EDU, a dynamic college community outreach that brings the power of Country Music to colleges. It was launched at three Middle Tennessee college campuses and several ambassador campuses nationwide.
Moore was also instrumental in re-invigorating the international Country Music agenda by instituting such things as the U.K. Songwriters Series, the first ever International Marketing Summit in Paris, France, and the inaugural Country 2 Country (C2C) Country Music Festival at the legendary O2 center in London in 2013.
A longtime member of the CMA Board of Directors (since 1989), Moore was elected President in 2008 and Chairman in 2009 before being asked to fill in as interim director of CMA after former CEO Tammy Genovese resigned in December 2009.
As a CMA Board member, Moore contributed his experience and knowledge to the Association through some of the most pivotal years in the organization’s history: from the move of Fan Fair from the state fairgrounds to downtown Nashville in 2001 and the creation of a companion, primetime network television special in 2004; the strategic move of the CMA Awards to New York City in 2005 and the subsequent return to Nashville to the downtown arena; the implementation of a massive research initiative in 2008 that has far-reaching benefits for the industry; and the creation of CMA’s music education program “Keep the Music Playing,” which has contributed more than $7.6 million since 2006 to purchase more than 4,000 instruments providing students in Metro Nashville Public Schools a strong reason to stay in school.
Moore has been prominent in the Nashville music community for 21 years, going back to his appointment as the first Executive Director of the popular concert venue Starwood Amphitheater and extending through his work as Senior Vice President of one of the world’s largest concert promotion, special event, and touring companies AEG Live!. His innovations and successes have earned him three SRO Awards as Promoter of the Year.
In 1985, Moore moved to Nashville from his home state of Texas to open Starwood Amphitheater on the outskirts of town. In 1992, he launched Moore Entertainment and continued to work with Country acts and blues festivals. After nine years, Moore sold his business to TBA Entertainment. He left in 2004 to reinvent his independent operation as Moore Entertainment Group, LLC, where he created the "CMT On Tour" franchise.
In April 2005, he entered a multi-year deal with AEG Live! and was named Senior Vice President. His activities included organizing tours; booking Kenny Chesney, Toby Keith, and Tim McGraw into a run of sold-out New Year’s Eve concerts at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena; and a three-year effort that led to Sir Paul McCartney’s first-ever Music City performance at Bridgestone in July 2010.
An honored humanitarian, Moore is the founder and president of the Shalom Foundation, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing educational, nutritional, and medical assistance to underprivileged children and their families in Guatemala. He and his wife, Charmione, have three sons, Remick, Sterling, and Hunter.

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