Tuesday, October 1, 2013

CHRIS YOUNG SOLD-OUT HOUSE OF BLUES SHOW

CHRIS YOUNG & FANS PARTY INTO THE A.M.
AT SOLD-OUT
HOUSE OF BLUES SHOW IN LOS ANGELES

YOUNG DONATES $25,000 IN PROCEEDS
TO ST. JUDE CHILDREN'S RESEARCH HOSPITAL & STARS FOR STRIPES
Nashville, TN - (October 1, 2013) - Chris Young took the music into the wee hours of the A.M. Monday night at his sold out show from the House of Blues in Los Angeles and topped the night with a donation of $25,000 from the show’s proceeds to two of his favorite charities. "It was a fun night of music and being able to give money to the St. Jude Children's Research Hospital and Stars for Stripes makes it all that much better," said Chris.

Fans started lining up yesterday morning for the nearly two-hour show that featured six songs from Chris' new album, A.M., including the title track and Top 10 single, "Aw Naw." He performed all of his #1 singles including “Tomorrow,” “You,” “Gettin’ You Home,” “Voices” and “The Man I Want To Be” and also covered ZZ Top's "Sharped Dressed Man” as part of his set.

While in Los Angeles, Chris will make his second appearance on The Ellen Degeneres Show on Wednesday, October 2 where he’ll perform his single "Aw Naw." For airtimes, visit www.ellentv.com to check local listings.

MARTY RAYBON WINS HIS FIRST IBMA AWARD

MARTY RAYBON WINS HIS FIRST IBMA AWARD
ALSO APPEARS ON THE COVER OF BLUEGRASS UNLIMITED
 
Nashville, TN (October 1, 2013) – Marty Raybon can now add an IBMA (International Bluegrass Music Association) award to his prestigious list of awards including Grammy, CMA and AMC awards with the group Shenandoah to his successful 40 year career as an entertainer.  Last Thursday night Raybon was presented with the “Gospel Recorded Performance of the Year” Award for “Beulah Land” during the 24th IBMA Awards Show in Raleigh, North Carolina.
 
“It is a such an honor to win the IBMA Award for Gospel Recorded Performance of the Year. This the first of many I hope, I am overwhelmed with joy. I am truly proud of the steadfast job from a great record label Rural Rhythm Records, the lyric from a wonderful writer Squire Parsons.  I am thankful and humbled at the favor the Lord has shown me”, commented Marty Raybon. 
 
Raybon’s first IBMA award is not his only first this year as he celebrates his 40th year as an entertainer with his current album “The Back Forty”.  The current single, “That Janie Baker”, is moving up the Bluegrass Unlimited chart at #18 .  He can also add to his list of firsts in 2013 the #1 song on the Bluegrass Unlimited chart for his hit song “Dirt Road Heartache” which hit #1 in June from his album “Southern Roots & Branches” released in April 2012.
 
In addition to this impressive list of first time career accomplishments now includes the cover of Bluegrass Unlimited.  Raybon appears on the cover of the October 2013 issue of Bluegrass Unlimited with a feature story by Steve Morley.  He also appeared on the cover of the May issue of
The Direct Buzz, AirPlay Direct’s monthly magazine. which was another first.

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REDNECK KRYSTAL KEITH

KRYSTAL KEITH GETS HER REDNECK ON
First official single from rising singer-songwriter's Whiskey & Lace
hits all digital retailers and goes for adds Sept. 30.

Promotional tour confirmed for mid-October. Nashville media days Oct. 22-23.

 

(NASHVILLE, Tenn.) On the heels of her hit viral video "Daddy Dance With Me," Show Dog-Universal recording artist Krystal Keith will release "Get Your Redneck On" to radio and digital outlets on Sept. 30.

The first official single from her upcoming debut LP Whiskey & Lace, "Get Your Redneck On" is a cool, confident follow-up to the poignant "Daddy Dance With Me," which was written for her father, superstar singer-songwriter Toby Keith. Whereas "Daddy" embodies the bittersweetness of starting a new chapter in life, the breezy, banjo-and-Dobro propelled "Redneck" celebrates sustained happiness. Both demonstrate Krystal Keith's sweet, strong voice and knack for finding themes that resonate far and wide.

"Music is communication," says Keith. "That's what any singer-songwriter wants - to connect with the listeners. And I, like my fans, enjoy having good old-fashioned fun... redneck-style."

Krystal Keith is currently visiting radio stations to promote "Get Your Redneck On." From Oct. 7-11, Krystal will be in the Southeast U.S.; from Oct. 14-18, she'll visit media in the Northwest. Upon her return to Nashville, Krystal will hold media days on Oct. 22- 23 and she'll attend the Country Music Association Awards on Nov. 6.

Taste of Country has already touted the single as a Critic's Pick stating "it's an understated, organic performance that allows Keith to introduce her own unique personality," and that "there's something deliciously rebellious about the chorus."

"Daddy Dance With Me," which Krystal debuted at her own wedding, made her an instant favorite with the country crowd and prompted countless requests. The accompanying video went viral garnering more than 1.3 million views over the course of the summer, encompassing both wedding season and Father's Day. On this first outing, Yahoo Voices proclaimed, "Krystal has talent, a lot of it, and she is going to reach heights of fame that even her father could not imagine."

A lyric video for "Get Your Redneck On," which is co-written by Krystal and noted producer Nathan Chapman (Taylor Swift, Shania Twain), is in post-production.

2013 IBMA Bluegrass Event of the Year Award

Bill Monroe Bean Blossom Bluegrass Festival
Wins the 2013 IBMA Bluegrass Event of the Year Award
 
Indianapolis, IN (September 30, 2013) - The Bill Monroe Music Park and Campground is proud to announce the 47th Annual Bill Monroe Memorial Bean Blossom Bluegrass Festival is the recipient of the 2013 International Bluegrass Music Association’s (IBMA) Bluegrass Event of the Year Award. The winners of this year’s IBMA awards were announced last week during the association’s World of Bluegrass held in Raleigh, NC. Park owner and festival producer, Dwight Dillman said, “I just want to say that I appreciate all of you for supporting Bean Blossom. Thanks to all the staff, the festival goers, the bands, sponsors and IBMA. See you next year!”
 
The Bill Monroe Memorial Bean Blossom Bluegrass Festival is now established as the oldest continuous running bluegrass festival in the world. Throughout the years, the festival has received other honors including: recipient of the 2000 IBMA Bluegrass Event of the Year Award; recognized as a Local Legacy for the State of Indiana by the Library of Congress in May 2001 and becoming a permanent display; featured last year in USA Today’s “10 Great Places To Go To Bluegrass Festivals”; and more.
 
The 47th Annual Bill Monroe Memorial Bean Blossom Bluegrass Festival was held last June and sponsored by Dillman Furniture and Hope River Entertainment. The annual 8-day event included over 50 bluegrass bands, Youth Bluegrass Boot Camp, instrument and vocal workshops, jam sessions, camping, food, vendors, and so much more. 
 
The 48th Annual Bill Monroe Bean Blossom Bluegrass Festival will take place June 12-21, 2014. Next year the park will also host: the 2nd Annual Simply Mushroom-Morel Festival April 18-21; the 4th Annual John Hartford Memorial Festival May 29-31; the 5th Annual Bean Blossom Southern Gospel Jubilee July 10-12; the 16th Annual Bean Blossom Gospel Jubilee July 24-26; the 16th Annual Bean Blossom Blues Festival August 21-23; the Quafftober Fest September 19-20; the 40th Annual Bill Monroe Hall of Fame & Uncle Pen Days Festival September 24-27; and the 8th Cedar Rock Haunted Trail every weekend in October 2014.
 
More on Bean Blossom
While performing on the road in October 1951, Grand Ole Opry star Bill Monroe traveled to a small town in Indiana called Bean Blossom to perform at the Brown County Jamboree. He immediately fell in love with the area and in December 1951 decided to purchase the property making it his home away from home.
 
In June, 1967, at the insistence of promoter Carlton Haney, Bill Monroe held his first two-day bluegrass festival, which he called a Blue Grass Celebration, at Bean Blossom. He brought his musician friends together to play the high lonesome sound he had pioneered. This first festival was held in the Brown County Jamboree Barn and was so well attended that Bill decided to have it annually and to build an outdoor stage to accommodate a bigger audience. In June of 1968, people from all over the country came to hear the Father of Bluegrass and his legendary Blue Grass Boys perform, as well as other top name bluegrass artists and Grand Ole Opry stars. The artists performed on a newly-constructed stage that sat at the bottom of a wooded amphitheater surrounded by loyal bluegrass fans. Festival patrons gathered in the fields, in the woods, at campsites, just about anywhere they felt like, so they could pick and sing the music they loved so much.
 
Over the years the festival has grown and the grounds have been improved. The sounds of bluegrass still echo through the hills and trees, with the spirit of Bill Monroe. Despite his death in 1996, the history and tradition at Bean Blossom continues.

LADY ANTEBELLUM FOLLOWS THEIR “COMPASS”



LADY ANTEBELLUM FOLLOWS THEIR “COMPASS” TO FIND TREASURE
WITH NEW SINGLE AVAILABLE AT COUNTRY RADIO TODAY
Brand New Track is Available on iTunes Oct. 1 and on
Forthcoming Deluxe Version of GOLDEN Out Nov. 12
Nashville, TN – Sept. 30, 2013 – Seven-time GRAMMY award-winning trio Lady Antebellum revealed their new single “Compass” to fans today on Facebook. Also shipping to Country Radio today, "Compass" is an arena sized sing-along driven by banjo and mandolin instrumentation.   It will be available on iTunes tomorrow and will be included in a special edition GOLDEN DELUXE in stores Nov. 12.   Recent time off from the road has allowed the trio to channel their efforts off-stage by exploring new musical boundaries, resulting in a studio session too pivotal to ignore.  
“We’ve had a lot time off from the road this summer to focus on our personal lives and really clear our heads…we've never done that before,” said Lady A’s Charles Kelley. “That break was more beneficial than we ever thought it would be and through some experimentation in the studio with Nathan Chapman, we found this new song that we knew we had to really dig into."  
“It was love at first listen with 'Compass,'” continued Dave Haywood. “You hear people talk about songs they knew they couldn't live without, and this is one of them for us.  Once we all got in the studio to record our parts and really work with the instrumentation, it took on an energy that felt really fresh and different.  We tried some new things vocally, and by adding foot stomps and hand claps to the acoustic sounds of the banjo, fiddle and mandolin, it really turned into something special.”
“I immediately fell in love with the spirit of the song,” added Hillary Scott. “As we made it our own, we decided we had to share it with the fans immediately…we just couldn't wait! They’ve been so patient with us over the last few months as I’ve begun a new chapter in my life personally.   Everything takes on new meaning once you have a child, and now I can hear the message of the song through Eisele's ears too.   It opens up a whole new world to you as an artist."

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