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Country Music News International Newsletter May 30. 2014

Country Music News International Newsletter May 30. 2014

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Justin Blazer Video Interview by Christian Lamitschka for Country Music News International

Justin Blazer Video Interview by Christian Lamitschka for Country Music News International

CD: Fiftymen

Fiftymen

Wedding Band 2:56 Laureen 4:40 Don’t Cry 4:32 Shake it (Like it’s on Fire) 2:45
Diesel Fuel and Kerosene 5:18 The Fastlane 5:52 That Look on Your Face 5:59
Already Gone 3:34 I Always Get What I Want 6:10

Well, I had a great day so far. I woke up and hit the beach for a few hours, went swimming, body surfing, and just lay out to get some color. But, that’s what you do during the summer where I live. I’m going to say that I’ve never heard of this band but if there are really fifty men in this group I probably have heard a few of them. That statement alone makes me sound like an idiot to most of you I’m sure. I’d better stop thinking and just begin the review.
The Wedding Band, starts off pretty quick electric guitars, rock and roll drumbeat and if I’m correct a fiddle. I can just imagine some old country guys thinking they’re going to play some old country ballad where they can drop some tears in their glasses of bourbon, and find themselves turning around with jaws on the floor. I really have no idea what to compare it to. It’s a mix of rock and roll, hardcore country with a bit of rock-a-billy.
Laureen, begins and now that’s what I was expecting. It’s a bit softer with a great deal of lyrically scenic country. The talk about Main Street, Chevys, and skipping stones in rivers are things that any country fan can relate to. The words bring you into the life of a sixteen year old falling in love with the girl whom the song was named for. Don’t Cry, is another great song I could see myself drowning in whisky to. It would probably be a great singing telegram to send after a breakup, although you may be seen as a total ass in her friend’s eyes. Hold on, I just heard a reference to heroin I better listen to the lyrics a little closer. I guess it turns into a story about a woman whom he has left and she finds it hard to keep going. Her daughter leaves her, she starts turning tricks, and eventually they find her with a needle in her arm and a spoon.
Shake it Like it’s on Fire gets the album moving again. It adds an evil ghoulish rock-a-billy pace. Desire, fire, soul rhythm, scarecrow are the key words that create that feel. It’s the shortest song on the album so far but I bet it gets the fans moving at shows. Diesel Fuel and Kerosene, fooled me with its title. I believed it would keep up that sound of the previous song. It has a beautiful fiddle sound along with some powerful lyrics. This is another song I had to listen to twice. The story itself sounds almost as if it really happened.
The Fastlane, is about not realizing what you have until it’s gone. This song opens up with a nice acoustic and amazing vocals, I have been extremely curious about why the name “Fiftymen” was given to the band, and with each song the more curious I become. The stories being told through the vocals seem real, the events, visuals, and places bring you into the mood they set. The guitar solos bring you down in that ‘fast lane to last call.’ This song is by far my favorite on the album. That Look on Your Face, comes next. The vocals are run through haunting reveb. Already Gone picks up the pace again and almost reminds me of surf guitar in the beginning. That feeling is quickly changed once the dark lyrics come into play. I Always Get What I Want wraps up the album. It’s a whisky chasing, cigarette smoking, tune about how getting what you want is not always what you need.
What I really love about this album is the stories in the lyrics. I found myself on almost half of the songs listening over and over again to grasp the meaning, the mood, and the tales behind each. The sounds range from rock and roll to hardcore country, and rock-a-billy to soft country twang ballads. The album itself is great but I’m sure it doesn’t compare to the live shows.

Jeremy Frost for Country Music News International 

ALABAMA MAKES FIRST FULL CMA MUSIC FESTIVAL PERFORMANCE IN NEARLY 20 YEARS

COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME GROUP ALABAMA MAKES FIRST FULL CMA MUSIC FESTIVAL PERFORMANCE IN NEARLY 20 YEARS!


NASHVHILLE – Alabama announced last night via Twitter (@TheAlabamaBand) their triumphant return after 19 years to kick off the sold-out Nightly Concerts at LP Field Thursday, June 5 (8:00 PM/CT) during 2014 CMA Music Festival in Nashville.
Celebrating their 40th anniversary as a group, it has been 19 years since they performed at Fan Fair, now CMA Music Festival. The last performance of the band was in 1995 when the event was held at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds. The Country Music Hall of Fame members are the most awarded band in Country Music history with 230 accolades to their credit, along with 43 No. 1 hits, and 74 million records sold.   
“We are excited and looking forward to performing as a group for the first time in 19 years at LP Field for CMA Music Festival,” stated Alabama’s Jeff Cook, Teddy Gentry, and Randy Owen. “It has always been about the fans with us, and we realized that the best way to celebrate and share our 40th anniversary was to do what we do best – play live music for the fans that we love at the biggest Country Music festival in the world.”
“The Nightly Concerts feature an amazing lineup of performers and provide a terrific opportunity for our fans to reconnect – or discover for the first time – artists who have contributed on a large scale to the foundation and success of the format today,” said Sarah Trahern, CMA Chief Executive Officer.
Artists performing as part of the Nightly Concerts at LP Field include Jason Aldean, Dierks Bentley, Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Florida Georgia Line, Brantley Gilbert, Hunter Hayes, Lady Antebellum, Miranda Lambert, Little Big Town, Tim McGraw, Brad Paisley, Rascal Flatts, Thomas Rhett, Darius Rucker, Blake Shelton, The Band Perry, Keith Urban, Chris Young,and Zac Brown Band.
Several legacy acts are making appearances including Charlie Daniels Band, who last performed at the Festival in 2006 and last year the fiddle master performed with Brad Paisley during his set at LP Field; Sara Evans, who opened the Festival at Riverfront in 2013; and Travis Tritt, who last performed at the Festival in 2005.
Performing the National Anthem will be Danielle Bradbery, Home Free, and young musicians from the W.O. Smith Nashville Community Music School, which is a beneficiary of The CMA Foundation’s Keep the Music Playing music education charitable campaign.
The Ultimate Country Music Fan Experience began in 1972 as Fan Fair®, bringing 5,000 fans to Nashville’s Municipal Auditorium. More than 40 years later, the now legendary Festival has become the city’s signature music event. In 2014, CMA Music Festival will host visitors from every state and 22 foreign countries.

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