Thursday, August 1, 2013
7:48 PM Christian Lamitschka No comments
BLACK BALL – neue CD von Erisa Rei, 2012
Elisa Rei, geboren und aufgewachsen in Illinois, begann ihre musikalische Laufbahn als Sängerin im Kirchenchor. Zu dieser Zeit fing sie an, Hymnen für die Kirche zu schreiben. So nach und nach wuchs ihre Liebe zur Musik generell und fand schließlich den Weg ins Roots-Rock/Americana Genre. Diesem Stil zugeordnet ist ihre neue CD mit dem Titel „Black Ball“. Derzeit lebt Erisa in Tennessee und ihre Texte sind alle aus ihrem bisherigen Leben gegriffen, sie werden sehr gefühlvoll bis impulsiv dargebracht.
Titel 1, 2, 5 und 8 sind rhythmisch und rockig, sehr gut zum Tanzen. Der Rest sehr langsam und zum Zuhören. Ich könnte mir vorstellen, dass diese Songs bei einer Live-Performance besser rüberkommen. Jedenfalls verspricht das ihre Stimme!
- Gypsy In The Desert
- Black Ball
- Swing Back To Home
- Like Dominoes
- News To See
- To Bleed
- Cannot Change
- Sojourn Band
- Be Gone, Winter Long
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The Band Perry on
Toyota Summer Concert Series
This Friday (8/2)
Nashville, TN (August 1, 2013)--Superstar siblings The Band Perry will perform on NBC's TODAY, as part of the Toyota Summer Concert Series this Friday (8/2). The award-winning trio will perform FOUR songs from their Republic Nashville albums, including their latest #1 hit "DONE." from their heralded sophomore release PIONEER as well as previous chart-toppers from their debut release THE BAND PERRY. "DONE." also establishes a special songwriting milestone for Reid and Neil Perry, as it is their first #1 as songwriters.Tune in at 7:00am EDT on NBC.
*Check local listings for other air times.
5:32 PM Christian Lamitschka No comments
Fired again for being too country. This is Vic Lawson. Yes folks, its true. Another country band fired for being too country in Nashville. Ive been playing a few gigs here and there with a young man from California that enjoyed and loves playing traditional country and western swing music and we ended up playing a few gigs in Nashville recently. He ended up picking up a month of Thursday nights at a club called Big Shotz on Second Avenue. Our first night there was last Thursday night. We played his normal set list which consisted of typical George Strait, Mark Chestnut, Keith Whitley and some originals. The gig went well. Then I got a call last night saying we were fired because we were too country. This is getting more common in Nashville these days. I can see that there should be a club or two that wants to have more pop style music, but nowadays, its the opposite. Theres more pop style music and less traditional country. Im not sure about the rest of the country, but here in Nashville it seems the bartenders determine what kind of music is played above anyone else. For example, one of the bartenders at Big Shotz looked like she fell in a tackle box with all the piercings and tattoos. She said, You all are good, but kind of boring. Even though we had a half capacity audience which we thought was good for a Thursday night. Keep in mind this wasnt some slouch band. We had a session player, James Mitchell playing lead guitar. Everybody in the band was a class A player. I told Buck I was ashamed to live here from a steel players point of view. With that being said, if you come to Nashville, dont get your hopes up too much to find traditional country music. I think its sad that people have let it come to this. Heres another story that underscores the developing situation in the Nashville music scene. Ben Probus is Hoot Hesters nephew. Any Grand Ole Opry fan will recognize Hoot as the Opry staff bands fiddle player. Ben got the idea to have a jam session to help players who are new in town by giving them a chance to get up and play and show people what they can do and network and get known around town. I was happy to be called to be the house bands steel player. I thought it would be a cool gig. Of course, there were no new steel players to sit in which in itself didnt surprise me. However, what I was surprised about was that out of four hours, I only played on maybe eight songs. Not that I couldnt have played on some of them, but I felt a little out of place because no one there was singing anything country, nor did the drummers know any of the country feels for any of the songs we wanted to do as the house band. Instead of a country jam, it ended up being a pop, rock and blues jam because thats all these newcomers could play. In fact, a good friend of mine, who is a female vocalist, came and put her name on the list to show support for Ben. At one point after shed been there for an hour and a half, she told me that she was going to leave because she felt that I was the only one in the place that knew her songs and I agreed. So to make a long story short, instead of a country jam night in Nashville, it turned out to be a pop and rock jam night. I dont mean to sound like I dislike other genres of music. That is not the case. From a steel players point of view, I felt out of place and I dont think a steel player should feel that way being in Nashville. I felt like I was in some place where steel guitar was a novelty. I cant understand why players come to Nashville thinking theyre going to break into the country music business and make a living without knowing how to play a country song when theres a lot of country players who cant make a living playing country music. Enough about this subject. I gotta keep my blood pressure under control. I remember back in Oklahoma as a kid I had a gig about three hours from home. As I loaded my gear, I noticed a spare amp that I had setting in the corner and thought to myself, I think Ill just take both amps tonight and I ended up glad that I went with my gut feeling because about a set into the gig, my Session 500 gave up the ghost. I was extremely glad that I had the spare amp which was actually a bass amp, but it got me out of what couldve been a difficult situation. If your amp lays down on you, you cant usually run home and pick up a spare. Even though its rare that youll need it, its always good to have a spare amp and volume pedal available. If you need a spare, weve got several used amps and volume pedals at this time and so our special this week is free shipping on all used amps shipped within the lower 48 States. As always, we have free shipping on our new amps within the lower 48 states in case you want a brand new one. Remember, we cater to steel players, not sound men. www.steelguitar.net email@example.com www.youtube.com/bobbeseymour Steel Guitar Nashville 123 Mid Town Court Hendersonville, TN. 37075 (615) 822-5555 Open 9AM 4PM Monday Friday Second and Third Saturday each Month Open 9AM 2PM Closed Sunday
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6:17 AM Christian Lamitschka No comments
ROSS COPPLEY, FEELS GOOD TO ME, EP NOW AVAILABLE
Rising Country Star Saddles Up For Young Guns Of Country Tour
Rising Country Star Saddles Up For Young Guns Of Country Tour
(Nashville, Tennessee) - Ross Coppley, one of country music's fastest rising talents, is answering the call of his fans with the release of his EP this week. Feels Good To Me features demo tracks written or co-written (except the title track) by the 27 year old country sensation as well as the first single shipped to radio, the title track, "Feels Good To Me" which has already found a welcome home on country radio. The video to the song has been featured on many sites, including being ranked #6 on the Only Lyrics Country Video Chart.
"I've been writing for a while and recording demos," Coppley says. "Every night I play, people ask me when new music is coming out - so I just decided to release some of these
demo tracks so there was something for the fans to enjoy."
demo tracks so there was something for the fans to enjoy."
The project, featuring six tracks along with two bonus tracks, is available on iTunes here. Click here!
The release comes just days before Coppley is set to embark on the late-summer "Young Guns Of Country" tour co-headling with Old Southern Moonshine Revival and Zach Lockwood. The high-energy stage show of Ross Coppley is sure to turn heads during the seven-date run. The tour begins this Thursda, August 1, in Knoxville, TN.
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RANDY TRAVIS UPDATE:
RELEASED FROM BAYLOR HEART HOSPITAL
RELEASED FROM BAYLOR HEART HOSPITAL
Plano, TX (July 31, 2013) – Randy Travis has been discharged from Baylor Heart in Plano, Texas. Mr. Travis has been relocated to a physical therapy facility.
“Thanks to all the fans and friends for your continued prayers and support as Randy continues on the road to recovery,” says Travis’ fiancée Mary Davis.
Official updates on Mr. Travis' condition will be made available at www.randytravis.com as his condition changes.
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