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Country Music News International February 12. 2014

Country Music News International February 12. 2014

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LORRIE MORGAN BEDAZZLED IN ENDORSEMENT

LORRIE MORGAN
BEDAZZLED IN ENDORSEMENT
WITH BEDELL GUITARS (TWO OLD HIPPIES)
• Lovely Morgan Adorned With Red Swarovski Crystal Bedell Guitar •


NASHVILLE, Tenn. (February 11, 2014)—Multi-platinum country recording artist Lorrie Morgan is pleased to announce an exclusive endorsement relationship with Bedell Guitars. The American-based company (Bend, OR), reputable for its exceptional acoustic guitars, has outfitted Morgan with one of its six custom-handcrafted instruments—the Red Swarovski Crystal Bedell Guitar designed with over 3,000 crystals from the limited Two Old Hippies (Nashville, TN) boutique collection.

“I am such an admirer of the Bedell Guitars instruments and its stewardship to respect Mother Nature and every individual tree used to create its products,”  Lorrie Morgan introduced. “This particular guitar is stunning in clarity and rich in tone. Every time I take it out of the case, I feel like a child at Christmas. I am quite honored, and excited, to play this extraordinary Swarovski bedazzled guitar! …just wait until you hear it sing!” 
Other renowned performers who express themselves with a Bedell at their fingertips include: Jeff “Skunk” Baxter, Kenny Loggins, Michael Martin Murphy and Dean Dillon to name just a few.

“We created six unique crystal guitars several years ago as a showcase item for our store.  It’s a grand opportunity, and truly a gift to us, to present the Swarovski to Ms. Morganan instrumental pairing that is naturally meant to be, said Molly Bedell, Co-owner of Bedell Guitars and Two Old Hippies

In a partnership with masterful artist Amanda Dunbar, Two Old Hippies unites aesthetic artistry with Bedell Guitars.  New in 2014 Bedell is creating “seed-to-song” craftsmanship with its mission to uncover standout tone sets, unique in their story, age, tonal quality, and beauty in a one-of-a-kind musical vessel.  Committed to thoughtfully and sustainably honoring the connectivity between the trees of this planet’s forests and the purity of music, Bedell Guitars sources all wood in an ethical manner to produce its renowned, one-of-a-kind instruments made in the U.S.A.  Most Bedell guitars can only be discovered in select sophisticated/specialty retail locations.

The breathtaking Red Swarovski acoustic guitar made its first showing in the spotlight of the Grand Ole Opry legendary circle during Morgan’s December 2013 performance and as spectacular attraction at the Lorrie Morgan Enchanted Christmas Dinner & Show at Opryland Hotel (Nashville) during the 2013 holiday season. As a year-round road warrior, the Bedell Guitar will become a standard in Morgan’s full-production solo performances as well as the Grits & Glamour Tour (with Pam Tillis) on stages across the globe during the 2014 show season.

“As an ‘Opry baby,’ I spent my nights sleeping in a guitar case cradled in velvet,”
Morgan added.  “To have a guitar like this means more than words, it’s every performer's dream come true and I’ve got the case to boot!”
The international, award-winning entertainer is currently celebrating the sophomore single release “I Am A Woman” (ON RADIO NOW) from the critically acclaimed collaborative album DOS DIVAS (with fellow Opry member Pam Tillis as the Red River Entertainment recording duo Grits & Glamour).  The corresponding music video is scheduled to be distributed to programmers across the nation and abroad.

Eric Church Looks Inside The Outsiders


Eric Church Looks Inside The Outsiders

Photo Credit: John Peets


By David Scarlett
© 2014 CMA Close Up® News Service / Country Music Association®, Inc.
Eric Church has spent nearly two hours in an old church-turned-recording studio in East Nashville, playing his new album, The Outsiders, for a group of Nashville media reps gathered to hear his latest offering. And when the listening session ends, the sense of satisfaction and, yes, pride that Church exudes as he answers questions about the project is undeniable. And justified.
The album, Church’s fifth (four studio and one live), is ambitious in its musical and lyrical scope and fearless in continuing the mission of Church and his producer Jay Joyce to push the boundaries of Country Music. Whether by adding a 90-second instrumental section to the end of the title cut and first single (written by Church and Casey Beathard), cleverly reflecting the lyrics in the melody of “Roller Coaster Ride” (Church, Jeff Hyde and Ryan Tyndell), pulling no punches in describing a passionate reunion with his wife after a long road trip in “Like A Wrecking Ball” (Church and Beathard) or including a powerful three-and-a-half-minute spoken word section during what he describes as “the trilogy” near the end of the record, the album is unpredictable.
“For this record, we did ‘A Man Who Was Gonna Die Young’ (Church and Jeremy Spillman) first,” said Church, speaking later during a quiet moment on his bus. “Then we did ‘The Outsiders.’ And I’m looking at these two very different things, thinking, ‘What is this? Where are we going?’ I hate to use the word ‘artistic,’ but it was just so damn artistic, I couldn’t wait to see where it was going from there.”
“(The project) is a whole entity,” producer Joyce explained. “But we’ll sit back and think, ‘What is this little family (of songs) missing?’ And we’re smart enough to stand back and let the record reveal itself. Sure, you’ve got to show up and do the work. But Eric came into the studio with three new tunes this time, so you’ve got to allow for a great song at the last minute. On the last record, I think it was ‘Springsteen’ (Church, Jeff Hyde and Ryan Tyndell) that came in at the last minute. This time it was ‘Wrecking Ball.’”
Joyce knows to expect these last-minute arrivals because he understands Church’s work ethic. The man and his co-writers wrote an astonishing 121 songs in preparation for The Outsiders. Other than family time spent with his wife Katherine and their 2-year-old son Boone, or cutting and splitting wood on the 800 acres they own west of Nashville, writing and otherwise making music is Church’s life — so much so that while he’s involved in suggesting and approving marketing strategies to promote the music, he abstains from another key marketing activity: social media.
“I’ve always kept it about the music,” he said. “I’ve always kept it about ‘this is what I’m good at.’ But it’s allowed our fans to empower themselves. Instead of me tweeting or me getting on Facebook, they do it. Then the next person does it and it spiderwebs. Some people have dogged me for not being on Twitter or Facebook, but we have the same impact. The people are doing that for us. They have a sense of ownership.”
Church’s manager, John Peets, couldn’t agree more. “We have always come from the perspective that music is for people,” he said. “Eric has always written and played for the people in the room. Once you release a record, the music is theirs. We respect them and count on them to spread the word.”
Church even made consideration of his Church Choir fan base a factor in releasing the title cut as the album’s debut single. “Could we have come first with another song off this record that might have been a big hit? Sure. But we didn’t, because I wanted to make a statement that that’s not what this is about. It’s about making sure that we’re pushing boundaries and honoring where we come from. I wanted to make sure that the people who built this foundation hear this record and go, ‘This is the one we’ve been waiting on. This is when they were fully in the screws,’” Church noted, using the golf term that means hitting in the sweet spot of the club.
“I believe with any artist, there’s that moment when you’re writing your best, singing your best and playing your best,” he continued. “The producer’s producing his best and playing his best. There’s that ‘in the screws’ moment. I think we started to hit it with Chief. And I think we hit it on this one.”
“When I make albums, I want to lay my head on the pillow 20 years from now and not regret one thing,” he noted. “I want to have stayed true to my musical and moral compass, because that’s what I trust, regardless of what’s popular or whether you get rich or famous. It’s about looking back and being proud of the work you’ve left behind.
“I may be the most rock ‘n’ roll-influenced artist in the format,” Church concluded. “I’ll admit I love to listen to Pantera. But I revere Country Music. I don’t just do it. I revere it. And I want to make albums to put up on the Country Music shelf with all the Country records I revere and go, ‘This is what we did.’”

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