Monday, May 26, 2014

Country Music News International Newsletter May 26. 2014

Country Music News International Newsletter May 26. 2014

Here is your Country Music News of the day from Country Music News International Magazine http://www.CountryMusicNewsInternational.blogspot.com . Your Country Music News is supported by, Courtyard Nashville Downtown http://www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/bnadt-courtyard-nashville-downtown , Nashville Convention & Visitors Bureau www.visitmusiccity.com , Tennessee Tourism, http://www.Tennessee.de , Coreopsis Publications LLC www.coreopsis.gs , Richard Lynch http://richardlynchband.com , Stephanie Grace http://www.stephanie-grace.com ,Lucy Malheur http://www.lucy-malheur.info

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Dolly Parton with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt

The most celebrated female in country music history, Dolly Parton, adds another career milestone to her long list of accomplishments.  With the release of her 42nd studio album, "Blue Smoke" she scores her highest charting solo album ever.  Dolly, amazingly, has only visited the top-10 of the Billboard 200 once, with the collaborative set "Trio" with Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt.  "I am glad that people are enjoying the music from my new "Blue Smoke" album," Dolly said.  "It feels great to be in the top-10.  It's always an honor to know the fans spend their hard earned money on my music.  Thanks everyone."  This album has lots of 'bluegrass' sounds in it, Dolly was recently on NBC's "Tonight Show" with Jimmy Fallon, wigs and all.  Although the banjo and some of the bluegrass instruments were on the presentation, it was a little hard to hear them.  
 
Bob Everhart for Country Music News International

Country music fans across America

The following is from the 'Capital News' of the Central Okonogan as a letter to the editor.  I repeat it because of what the writers say is representative of country music fans across America and planet earth....."My wife, her parents and myself watched the Billboard Music Award show Sunday night, May 18.  We honestly thought we would hear some good musical performances.  Oh how wrong we were.  Most of the 'artists' we have never hard of and the snippets of their music/songs we did hear we are glad we didn't have to sit through the whole song.  We were looking forward however to see which country music artist would win and see the Michael Jackson hologram, which was quite good by the way....The performance of Carrie Underwood and Miranda Lambert was dismal to say the least.  I don't know, but we could hardly understand a word they were shrieking and the song just seemed to drag on far too long.  Maybe that's because it was terrible.  Both are good singers on their own so lets hope they don't sing together again.  I  don't know when or how it happened but rapping does not belong in country music.  Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, Hank Snow, Brooks and Dunn, even Hank 3 are country artists.  We have not heard of Florida Georgia Line before and in our homes we will not hear them again, how can anyone call that crap country music.  Even the likes of Luke Bryan or any of the 'new' country artists that went to rap should not be performing it as country music.  Country music has gone from 'Walking After Midnight' the story of searching for a lost love, to 'The Quarterback' where the quarterback gets a naïve young girl drunk, has sex with her and posts the pictures on the Internet.  This so-called country music has gone down the toilet.  Which brings me to the local country radio stations.  They play this new country crap so there is no radio station that plays decent country music anymore.  Us older folks like older music, we do not have to conform and put up with this new crap.  Yes there is Internet radio and TV channels that play great older country music but you can't get these in the car.  Bring back good/great country lyrics and a radio station that plays them. Thanks for 'listening' to a disappointed music lover. 

Bob Everhart for Country Music News International

Jimmie Rodgers Father of Country Music

May 26th will mark 81 years of the passing of my idol, Jimmie Rodgers.  What an incredible legacy this small unpretentious man left behind, not only in his music, but in the manner he presented it.  He was so different as a superstar of country music than today's 'let's pretend' artists.  Rodgers was a real-deal.  What you heard is what you got, no loud overbearing production hiding his voice or his nuances. No 'box' to sing through that the wealthy young pretend artists use today so they can sound on key.  No phony audiences or charts or popularity contests (oh yes they are as phony today as they have ever been), or ratings.  Rodgers was what he was, and that was an incredibly gifted performer of classic simple melodious 'country' music.  I'd prefer to call it 'rural' music today so as not to confuse it with the globs of nothing being offered under that name in today's music world.  Rodgers influenced all kinds of musical people.  Today's artists influence no one.  Rodger's became known as the 'Father of Country Music' and left behind a musical legacy which is still relevant in today's culture.  You can still hear his plaintive style from hundreds, if not thousands, of Americana artists.  Can we truthfully say that about any of the so-called country artists today?  Sorry about that, it doesn't exist.  I'm afraid if you asked some of today's wealthy country so-called stars about Jimmie Rodgers, they would neither know who he is, or how to spell his name.

Bob Everhart for Country Music News International

The first time the world heard Bluegrass music



On the subject of Bill Monroe, a young guy in Asheville, NC, Dallas Taylor, has started what they call a kick-starter fundraiser for a project he would like to complete in Asheville.  He'd like to place a new historical marker in Asheville, North Carolina, the proposed sign celebrating "the first time the world heard Bluegrass music," according to Taylor.  On his Indiegogo page he describes...."In 1938, Bill Monroe and Cleo Davis pulled a camper trailer from Atlanta to Asheville to take over the 15-minute radio show called "Mountain Music Time' at WWNC in the Flat Iron Building in downtown Asheville.  He then named the group "Bill Monroe and the Bluegrass Boys," coining the term 'Bluegrass' as his distinct new music style that was ready to set the world on fire."  Taylor is attempting to raise $6,000 by July 11th to help with the costs of purchasing and installing the marker, which will be located in front of the Flat Iron Building in Asheville....... Well, you know what, that is all pretty interesting, and neat, EXCEPT for a couple of fallacies in this guy's thinking.  Bill & Charlie Monroe came to Shenandoah, Iowa, in 1934 and began playing what would eventually become known as bluegrass music, on KFNF radio there.  I know there are lots of bluegrassers out there who do not want to admit to this, but it happened, Shenandoah is where Bill Monroe met his wife, who was from Clarinda.  The other thing wrong with the young guy's supposition is that the term 'Blue Grass Boys' was established in Asheville.  It wasn't.  After Bill and Charlie split in Shenandoah (over the young girl Bill eventually married) Charlie went back to Kentucky, and Bill went to St. Louis, Missouri, and then to Atlanta, Georgia, which is where he created his band called "The Bluegrass Boys." That didn't happen in Asheville.  And the 'music' was in 1934, here in Iowa, four years before Monroe finally found himself in Asheville.

Bob Everhart for Country Music News International

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