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LAST TIME IN TEXAS
New Orleans: The Lone Star State busily hosts a star-studded music weekend to match the best-of-the-best, April 17, 18, 19, 2015, culminating with the ACM Awards on April 19, 2015 to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Academy of Country Music Awards in Arlington, Texas at the AT&T Stadium.
Musical name-drops packing the impressive line-up of Nashville's familiar super-talents as well as other country-star favorite performers in attendance feature Mickey Gilley, Garth Brooks, Tricia Yearwood, George Strait, Lady Antebellum, Clint Black, Blake Shelton, Patty Loveless, Reba, Luke Bryan, Kelly Clarkson, Keith Urban, Kenny Chesney, Miranda Lambert, Little Big Town, Rascal Flatts, Alabama, Big & Rich, Martina McBride, Brooks and Dunn, Alan Jackson, and more. The ACM Awards Ceremony will be broadcast Live on CBS-TV.
According to Country Music Pride, The Academy of Country Music Awards "is dedicated to honoring and showcasing the biggest names and emerging talent in the country music industry."
"Just got back to the hotel. The presentation of MG's award tonight will be aired in May," said the text by a close member of Mickey Gilley's inner circle," to their friends Armand St. Martin and his wife-manager, Patty Lee, in New Orleans. "Will keep send video!"
Armand St. Martin, a 10th generation New Orleanian, is a popular New Orleans pianoman and songwriting performer. He found his own musically-flavored original route into Texas via honoring his El Paso-born wife with his uptempo song, Last Time in Texas.
Sporting a photo of Lee's mother in El Paso, circa 1949 (which was a bxw that St. Martin colorized), this cover art graces St. Martin's one-song CD on Patty Lee Records: Last Time in Texas. This tune sprang a life of its own, apart from also being included on Armand St. Martin's CD, Sizzlin,' also on Patty Lee Records. Last Time in Texas, recorded by Armand St. Martin and his Bayou Bohemians in Hollywood, Ca. is a humorous Texas Blues song with catchy lyrics and sassy female back-up singers in call-and-response about a mythical St. Martin foray into a romance in Texas. It is an example of great songwriting with humor. The likes of Strait, MG, Clint, and Garth might be battling in the rodeo arena one day soon to see who can lasso this clever song first as their own. If these cowboys snooze, they might lose, because even the likes of Tricia, Reba, and the Dixie Chicks might wrangle the song in their own direction to share superstar-duets with a lucky cowboy.
Austin, Texas music critic Jon Black of Awaiting the Flood, The Roots of Music recently penned an impressive three-part series solely concentrating on the career of Armand St. Martin, "an iconic roots musician." Black wrote in his Texas review about St. Martin's performance covered in New Orleans at the House of Blues during a Ponderosa Stomp: "I was awestruck by St. Martin's blistering, high-energy and beautiful keyboard work," Black writes, "while watching as his hands moved so rapidly they appeared to dissolve into a punk blur over the keyboard." Black's in-depth coverage of St. Martin's interesting music career journey, is the first of its kind about this oft-times, under-reported, multi-talented musician, songwriter and performer. This example shows how a hardworking musician is as talented as the stars who surround him.
Armand St. Martin is represented by Patty Lee Records and Varese Sarabande Records.
Hard-hitting players who, to date, have recorded on Armand St. Martin's CDs on Patty Lee Records include: the late Danny Federici of Bruce Springsteen's E-Street Band, Kenny Gradney of Little Feat, Kirk Bruner of Melissa Manchester and Mac Davis, Stanley Behrens of Willie Dixon and currently of Canned Heat, Dony Wynn of Robert Palmer, Paul DeVilliers of YES and Mr. Mister, Samantha Newark of Leonard Cohen, Marabina Jaimes an Emmy-winner for PBS' Storytime, Steve Allen of Rita Coolidge, Lee Thornburg of Tower of Power, Lon Price of Elvis, Elton John, Rod Stewart, to list several musicians aboard the St. Martin mystery train. St. Martin has released three CDs on Patty Lee Records: Alligator Ball, Sizzin', and Katrina Anthem; a 45-vinyl record; a four-song EP cassette, and two single-song CDs: Samson of the Sidelines and Last Time in Texas. He has a dozen+plus YouTubes and counting; he performs 200 shows annually in New Orleans. He has devoted over 1,000 free musical performances since Katrina for neurologically-challenged adults with his healing music-specialty designed especially to reach those afflicted by Alzheimer's. Armand St. Martin and Patty Lee will produce their 10th Annual Katrina Artistically Revisited special commemorative event on August 28, 2015 in New Orleans, always free to the public. Meanwhile, they hope to tour Texas someday soon.
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I'd Ride Those Tracks Again
19th Century Rose - BBQ Cowboy - I Ain't Been Anywhere - I'd Ride Those Tracks Again - Our Lady Pioneers - Red Georgina Sunset - Sleepy Old Gundiah - Son Of The Warrego - Thargominda - That's Where I Belong - Where The Sleepy Maranoa River Flows - The Scent of Australia
For reasons I'm not sure of, I have a lot of Australian CD's on my 'to review' list. This is one among many, and quite frankly Stan Wheeler is another of the down-unders that writes his own songs, and this CD, along with several others, is a remarkable collection of what I would call simply great 'story' songs about living in Australia, especially 'rural' Australia. Many of these experiences are relative to many of our Midwestern farmers and ranchers, and Stan Wheeler does an incredibly good job 'telling the story' of what it's like being born, living, working, and enjoying the rural life style in Australia. Graeme Jensen is not only a fan, which is obvious from the way he played the lead guitar, the bass, the harmonica, the mandolin, the drums and the harmonies. Quite well done at the Theebine Junction Studio. Some of the words, of course, are Australian and a little bit difficult to understand the complete meaning of what they express. I had a little trouble with 'gundiah' and 'thargominda' but Stan gets to the point of things, and comes up with a good story anyway. Every song on this very listenable album has the same kind of guitar start, a simple run up the scale. This lacks originality, but it doesn't really detract from the contents of the songs. I like Stan's approach to 'description' and this is unique. His 'storytelling' is also very predominant. Off the CD goes to the Rural Roots Music Commission. I'll be keeping my fingers crossed for Stan.
MUSIC REVIEW BY BOB EVERHART - www.ntcma.net
for Country Music News International
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So Sang The Crow
Great High Plains - Cold, Dark and Low - So Sang The Crow - The Contender - Ghost On The Prairie - Montana - Oak Tree Grave - Burning Bridges - Blue Bonnets - Drawing Board
This stunningly beautiful recording artist makes his home in Coon Rapids, Iowa. I was so surprised to receive this incredibly good album of what I would immediately call Americana country-folk music. The very first song takes the listener on a great bouncy musical trip, well written song with a 'right on the mark' banjo playing an older style, and a fiddler that makes it sound like you are in an old barn somewhere, listening to some incredibly gifted music. Chad doesn't tell us who is playing that wonderful bouncy banjo, but the fiddler is Aaron Howard. This very nice project was recorded at the Basecamp Recording Studio in Bozeman, Montana, and it turned out remarkably well done for Chad. He classifies his music as Americana, roots, and country. Personally I feel he is much more than that. He is a most excellent 'folk' artist of the first order, and his ability to stay away from 'modern' country and focus on a more traditional and classic sound is immediately noticed and noticeable. All of these songs are his, and all of them are using words to paint pictures , telling stories, experiences, a sort of Mark Twain approach to America's stories in verse and song. Chad has 19 albums out, and is working on #20 to be recorded in Nashville. This album however, is kind of like fighting the good fight in a life of challenge. Coon Rapids is a small town in Iowa, but it's a beautiful 'rural' life style experience, and Chad doesn't spend all his time writing and recording music. He's also an artist utilizing what I would call reminisces in a 'style' made so popular by Diego Rivera. Like his music, his artistry with a paint brush and color, is also very unique and very attractive. This CD is off and running to the Rural Roots Music Commission. The deadline for this year's 'picks' isn't until sometime in July, but they are already making decisions so I hope I get it to them in time. It's still early in the year, but this is without a doubt the best 'new' ideas, melodies, verses, songwriting, album I've heard this year. I found "Oak Tree Grave" a remarkable listening experience, much like the first time I saw "Oh Brother Where Art Thou." Incredible use of minimal sound effect in the studio. Like an old, slightly worn and frayed, black and white photograph, this particular song stands out for me. Much success to you Chad Elliott.
REVIEW BY BOB EVERHART - www.ntcma.net
for Country Music News International
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Waitin’ On Right Now
Comin’ Down the Mountain 3:00 The Cotton’s Getting’ High 3:23
Waitin’ On Right Now 3:38 She’s Got a Way 3:52 Break It 3:24 A Heart This Cold 3:27
Shake it Strong 3:24 Let’s Break up Again 3:18
I think one of the most difficult things about putting a review together is going down through the list of albums. I know everyone says you can’t judge a book by its cover, but first I always just look down the names. I kind of shorten my list to choose from by doing that; usually I try to weed out the popular names, then the older more established ones, and finally the names I just don’t think I’ll like. After all that is finished I do a blind listen to test; I randomly pick songs and listen. The entire process takes a really long time. Plus, I like groups a lot more than just a band with a singer’s name. Tonight, I picked "The Cheaters".
Press play, then my jaw hits the floor. Coming Down The Mountain I do believe my well designed strategy at Russian Roulette of picking an album to review has proven itself worthy of any opponent's attempt. I just wish I had begun this review earlier in the week. The harmony, the jam, the lyrics, the guitar solos, the drum beat; need I say more.
The Cotton's Gettin' High almost seems to completely switch styles. The song kicks up a bit of funk. A forceful almost powerful feeling is forcing itself through the equalizer in your brain. Try to visualize watching a band perform a song in a brightly lit chandelier drenching ballroom with mirrored walls.
Waitin’ On Right Now, the title track is much more of one of those love songs that almost seems geared to impress that mass appeal of teen girls with radio play. I'm not saying it's not a good song, or that the writing of the music or lyrics is simplistic, it just seems to be picked as the title track to be the number one single(which so far I think was wrong).
Now that's back to it. She's Got a Way, is a mellow song, but it sets you in a nice groove. I play a trumpet so maybe I see things differently, but my foot was counting the time in such a comfortable rhythm that all I could do was sit back relax and fall into the song.
The title of this song scares me; Break it Up. Yeah this is not my favorite song on the EP. I don't know really how to explain this one. I may even have to say 90's pop. I know those are bad words, but I have to tell it how I think it is.
A Heart This Cold, is really hardcore country. This is definitely a song you'll be hearing at a saloon, or any country western establishment. It may not creep up the charts, but I believe it'll catch on and be on every jukebox there still is across the world.
Shake it Strong, is lyrically a great song. Listen to it, and think about it. It has a great beat and rhythm. The guitar is a pretty powerful force in the song as well. And finally, we have Let's Break up Again. This song almost seems like a last call, or a curtain call. Plus, it is so true. I think everyone has been in this situation. If you haven't you haven't lived and loved.
One can foresee great things coming from this group. It really all relies on what road they really focus on. I thought the album should have been titled Comin' Down the Mountain. I believe these guys would do awesome outdoor venues. It's really up to them and the decisions they make in the next few years.
Jeremy Frost for Country Music News International
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Nothing To Say
Nothing To Say - Scout - Cantare Eternamente - The One I Knew - In Your Arms - Faceless - Footie Pajamas
Lily DeTaeye is a 17-year old singer/songwriter from Des Moines. For someone whose musical likes seem to migrate to the tunes of Jimmie Rodgers and Hank Williams, I'm probably not the best person to be placed in a situation where I am listening to a very young girl writing songs in Iowa. But guess what? This girl is actually writing songs that make sense, songs that should be heard by a whole big bunch of young people, and adults too. She recorded her originals at the Sonic Factory Studios in Des Moines. I heard a nice little harmonica on the second song but the player is not named. Will Locker is on drums; Jon Locker is on bass; Jon Locker is on piano; Heath Allan is on Saxophone, but I hear a few other neat instruments as well. A ukulele sounds super good on 'Cantare Eternamente' what I have no idea means, but it sure is a nice presentation. The ukulele pops up again several times and sounds great. Why, or perhaps 'how' am I familiar with this kind of music? My 18-year old daughter is a fan of the Disney Channel, one of her favorite programs being 'Austin & Ally' so I've heard this music before, and guess what, Lily is right where they are at in production style, in writing style, in singing style, in presentation style. I love it, and I'm so glad we have a young lady in Iowa who can produce original music so well. Lily has already added some credentials to her credit, and I hope she will continue to do that until she finds her 'road' in music, because it surely will be there for her. This particular CD is not traditional country music, neither is it old-time, but it's done so very well, I'm going to forward it to the Rural Roots Music Commission and let them tell me what the genre is and how we can help Lily on her musical road. "The One I Knew" is a super neat song. I'm so old it reminds me of Paul Anka's work when he was just a young guy. That's a compliment Lily, Anka turned out to be one of Canada's most prolific songwriter. He even wrote Johnny Carson's theme song on the Tonight Show. Keep up the good work, I will be watching you climb the ladder.
REVIEW BY BOB EVERHART - www.ntcma.net
for Country Music News International Magazine
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The Lazy Farmer
Lady Hamilton - Black Is The Color - Cousin Sally Brown - Conversation With Death - Fine Times At Our House/Falls of Richmond - Neighbor Girl - Younjg Emily - A Sailor Being Tired - Booth Shot Lincoln/The Hog Went Through The Fence Yoke And AQll - Carolina Lady - Mathie Grove - A Lazy Farmer Boy
First song on this very interesting CD is an acoustic guitar instrumental. We're hearing some nice new licks that originated in the very fertile area of Macon County, North Carolina. Flynn Cohen is the acoustic guitarist as well as the lead vocalist. He also plays sruti box. Matt Heaton plays bouzouki and bodhran, and Danny Noveck plays mandolin and fiddle, with Liz Simmons on harmony and vocals. The third song is another delightful instrumental originally a fiddle tune from Galax, Virginia, played very expertly especially with the prominent rhythmic syncopation the players use. "Black Is The Color" is not the Donovan song, but rather a traditional Scottish song popular among Celtic lovers. I liked very much, Flynn's short description...."Traditional music is unique in a new century full of commercial music devoid of historical and cultural connection. The majority of sounds consumed in the present musical marketplace....are actually most ofen the product of salaried song-writing teams, digital programming and the artifice of sonic manipulation." Wow, that's saying in a few words what is wrong with the music business today. We hear some more instrumental guitar on 'Fine Times At Our House' with the notation that the creator of the melody was Edden Hammons who played fiddle. He apparently recorded this particular tune while in his early seventies, even when his wife pled for him to get a real job, he stayed with the fiddle and managed to scrape a living together through 'multiple revenue streams.' Interesting huh? Flynn does a nice job on "Neighbor Girl" with his wife Liz adding some very nice traditional harmony. "A Sailor Being Tired" takes us far into the past when songs were done about true and sometimes 'people-take-warning.' How different is that from today's music? The instrument on this song backing Flynn is the sruti box, an Indian type of drone instrument that fits the song incredibly well. Much of what I hear in Flynn's vocalizations take me back to very early old-time Appalachian Mountain singing. I'm not sure Flynn would agree with that, but it is a most refreshing opportunity to hear these old songs done so well. He brings his players back to the fold with "A Lazy Farmer Boy" good old-time fiddle, guitar, and mandolin making for sweet backing to Flynn's mountain voice. The enclosed booklet describing these many and various old-time songs is not in the same order as the recorded version, but not a problem. Good luck Flynn, Matt & Danny, you are doing music that needs to be desperately heard in America today.
RECORD REVIEW BY BOB EVERHART - www.ntcma.net
for Country Music News International Magazine
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and Rhett Joined Rhett Akins, Lauren Alaina, Danielle Bradbery, Chase
Bryant, Kristian Bush, Dan + Shay, Love & Theft, Scotty McCreery,
Cassadee Pope, and Jamie Lynn Spears to Play ‘Human Checkers’ to Benefit
the USO (United Service Organizations, Inc.) and DAV (Disabled American
Veterans) During ACM® Party for a Cause® Festival
Arlington, Texas (April
18, 2015) – Two of country music’s stars - Kellie Pickler and Thomas
Rhett – teamed up with 12 of their colleagues who became real-life
checker pieces today at the Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Country Checkers Challenge™ during the 2015 Academy of Country Music® (ACM) Party for a Cause® Festival at Globe Life Park in Arlington, TX.
“We’ve always been supporters of country music and seen it as a natural
extension of who we are as a brand…time spent on the front porch with
family and friends,” said Chris Ciavarra, Cracker Barrel’s senior vice
president of marketing. “For years, Cracker Barrel Old Country Store has
celebrated the spirit of music through our partnerships with the Grand
Ole Opry and through our exclusive music program.”
Through a Cracker Barrel $35,000 donation to benefit ACM Lifting Lives®, $25,000 was donated to USO, the winning team, and $10,000 to DAV. The event was held leading up to the 50th Annual ACM Awards, airing LIVE this Sunday, April 19, at 8 p.m. ET on the CBS Television Network.
“This event was not about us, it was about our servicemen and
servicewomen and our veterans. It’s not just their sacrifices, but the
sacrifices their families make, too, every day,” said winning team
captain Kellie Pickler. “A fun event like this reminds us that there
are so many things to be thankful for. I’m grateful for companies like
Cracker Barrel, the ACM, and Lifting Lives for shining a light on the
USO and DAV.”
“The Country Checkers Challenge partnership provided us with a great
opportunity to recognize two military organizations - the USO and DAV to
help them continue the great work they do in support of active and
retired military servicemen and women,” Ciavarra said.
Playing on a giant outdoor checkerboard, Pickler and Rhett captained
teams of country music artists who were the “checker pieces” in a live
game viewed by thousands of fans. The artists participating in the
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Country Checkers Challenge included:
Team Rhett - Rhett Akins, Dan + Shay (Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney),
Danielle Bradbery, Scotty McCreery, and Cassadee Pope; and Team Pickler:
Lauren Alaina, Chase Bryant, Kristian Bush, Love & Theft (Stephen
Barker Liles and Eric Gunderson) and Jamie Lynn Spears.
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