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Country Music News International Newsletter June 22. 2015

Country Music News International Newsletter June 22. 2015

Here is your Country Music News of the day from Country Music News International Magazine www.CountryMusicNewsInternational.blogspot.com . Your Country Music News is supported by, The Capital Hotel Downtown Nashville www.thecapitolhoteldowntownnashville.com , Nashville Convention & Visitors Bureau www.visitmusiccity.com , Tennessee Tourism, www.Tennessee.de , Curtis Braly www.studiogoldnashville.com/curtis-braly , Eileen Carey www.reverbnation.com/eileencarey , Coreopsis Publications LLC www.coreopsis.gs , Mid South Music www.midsouthmusic.us , Lucy Malheur www.lucy-malheur.info

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Tune In Alert June 23.: Jim Ed Brown, Clinton Gregory, Tracy Lawrence, Collin Raye, on Country Music News International Radio Show http://countrymusicnewsinternational.blogspot.de/2015/06/tune-in-alert-jim-ed-brown-clinton.html




You missed the show? Listen now 24 h 7 days the Week! Country Music News International Radio Show special about late Grand Ole Opry Member Jim Ed Brown + Interviews by Christian Lamitschka from June 16. 2015 with your host DJ Lutz Adam http://countrymusicnewsinternational.blogspot.de/2015/06/24-h-7-days-week-country-music-news_17.html

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Missed the show? Listen 24 h 7 days the week. Country Music News International Radio Show from June 10. 2015 with DJ Anja Krone. Specail guest Dexter Roberts interviewed by Christian Lamitschka. http://countrymusicnewsinternational.blogspot.de/2015/06/24-h-7-days-week-country-music-news_86.html

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CD: TRINITY RIVER BAND - Heartstrings

TRINITY RIVER BAND
Heartstrings
You Can't Walk All Over Me - Heartstrings - Rusty Old American Dream - Going Down Hard - Tell Me Darlin' - Mindbender - Fences - How Blue - Give God The Power - You Tonight - Blue Mandolin - Only Here For A Little Shile
 
Very interesting CD from this very interesting bluegrass band from Florida.  I had difficulty getting this CD to play, it wouldn't play at all in my computer-generated station where I normally review CD's.  I took it to an older CD player and got most of it, but it jumped a little, and I don't really know what causes that, but if it's a 'program' that is not available to the masses, it will probably limit it's sale.  Be that as it may, it's one of the best Bluegrass albums I've heard so far this year.  One vocalist in particular stands out.... outstanding the standing.  Sarah Harris has a remarkable voice.  If this were in the 'real' day of 'real' country music, she could easily be at the top of that very abused music rating chart of todeay. As it is, she is in the 'other' world of the generational change in music..... bluegrass.  For me, this is where the 'real-deal' music, that emanated from our early country artists going all the way back to early settlers and pioneers in the Appalachian Mountains, has chosen to reside.  There are a lot of bluegrass bands playing these days, but only a few that can really take that very large 'step' into the real world of international recognition, and the Trinity River Band can easily do that if they so choose.  Aside from Sarah's remarkable vocals, their instrumentation is also true to form, true to heritage, and true to past generations.  Sarah not only provides those stimulating vocals, she also plays the mandolin and the Irish Pennywhistle (which makes this alone a step above the normal).  Joshua Harris plays banjo, resophonic guitar, and also joins sister Sarah on vocals.  Brianna Harris is on fiddle, Lisa Harris is on upright bass, and Mike Harris is on guitar.  So you see, this is not just a super good vocalist with a band, this is a super good vocalist with a band of other super good vocalists that play and sing this 'style' of music as only siblings can.  Harken to the incredible beauty of this remarkable presentation.  The songs they have selected also reflect another time and another way of expressing ideas, notions, opinions, and beliefs in a new and acceptable way.  This is NOT the factory produced very pale imitation we hear called country music today.  This is the 'real deal' and extremely well done.  I can't even pick a 'favorite' song from this collection, they are all so very very good and well done.  Well maybe "How Blue" would take that spot for me.  Off this CD goes to the Rural Roots Music Commission for their perusal as well as listening joy.  I know where they will go with this, I just hope it might become a reality for the Harris's.  That requires putting some miles on the tires.
RECORD REVIEW BY BOB EVERHART - www.ntcma.net 
for Country Music News International Magazine

Kenny Chesney Tackles Lambeau Field


Kenny Chesney Tackles Lambeau Field

Grace Potter Surprises Fans for “Wild Child,” “You And Tequila”

They Surprise Potter with 53,363 Singing “Happy Birthday” on a “Magical Night”

GREEN BAY, Wis. (June 21, 2015) -- The flooring and stage started being built Monday… The traffic advisories began Wednesday… When Kenny Chesney rolled into historic Lambeau Field Saturday, June 20, Green Bay was more than ready for the man The Wall Street Journal hailed as “The King of the Road” and his The Big Revival Tour. The second time he’s taken over the historic home of the Green Bay Packers proved to be an unforgettable evening.

By the bridge of “'Til It’s Gone,” the set’s fourth song and his 26th #1, the 8-time Entertainer of the Year was soaked in sweat, the audience swaying and singing with total abandon. “I’ve waited all week,” he told the record-breaking crowd of 53,363 people, “to be right here… in this place… because right now, we’re together. The music matters, life matters, you matter – and we’re going to celebrate that together tonight!”

Over 24 songs, Chesney brought the crowd to threshold after threshold, celebrating life as it’s lived in the flyover and the power of loving where you making every moment count. From the giant No Shoes Nation Skull & Crossbones waving during “Pirate Flag” to Kenny Greenberg’s searing guitar solo on “Somewhere with You,” it was all surging energy and riotous applause.

Bringing surprise guest Grace Potter in a black leather mini skirt out, he explained the day was special because “a couple days ago, I got to call Grace Potter and tell her not only are we playing Lambeau Field, we have a #1 record.” That set up the week’s chart-topping “Wild Child” as a sea of hand-lettered placards were thrust into the air. It was followed by a particularly heart-tugging “You And Tequila,” all whispered regret and desire.

As “You And Tequila” faded, a 5-tiered cake was rolled from the wings down the T, along with a giant margarita. Chesney – the only concert to play Lambeau Field two times – then led the crowd of 53,363 strong through singing “Happy Birthday” to his frequent duet partner.

“To be able to surprise Grace like that? Talk about awesome. We have had so many adventures, made some really great music… The look on her face hearing that crowd sing was beyond any gift I could’ve given her, and no one appreciates the fans more.”

Later in the set, Green Bay Packers head coach Mike McCarthy joined Chesney for the set closing celebration of high school heart and spirit “The Boys of Fall.” Signing a Packers helmet, McCarthy helped the East Tennessean give the special memento to a young girl.

“Some nights are just magical,” Chesney said later. “That show was like an out of body experience: the crowd was right there with us… The band was so hot and in the zone… I felt completely connected to everyone in the stadium. It’s the kind of night you hope for every time, and spend your whole career chasing: nights when the songs, the fans, the band and you are one.”

The only country artist in Billboard’s Top 10 Touring Acts of the Last 25 Years, Chesney’s been tearing up stadiums all summer.  He’s broken his own record at Pittsburgh’s Heinz Field with 55,381, and prompted The Dallas Morning News to opine “Two parts Mick Jagger, one part Bruce Springsteen and one part Billy Graham” after his AT&T Stadium show.

“There are times it all just feels right,” Chesney enthused. “Green Bay, Lambeau Field, those fans who’re all heart and passion: that’s why I fell in love with playing years ago. When people see their lives in your songs – and throw that energy back, there’s nothing like it.”


 Photo Credit: Jill Trunnell

SMASH! DOLLY SELLS OUT RYMAN IN RECORD TIME

SMASH! DOLLY SELLS OUT RYMAN IN RECORD TIME
Dolly Parton NASHVILLE, Tenn. (June 20, 2015) — Dolly Parton proved, yet again, why she continues to break records around the world as she sold out the Ryman Auditorium in record time. The sellout ranks among the fastest in Ryman Auditorium history.

Dolly will take the stage at the Ryman for the special concert event, “Dolly Parton: Pure and Simple,” July 31. The sold-out event marks the first full show Dolly has headlined in Nashville in 12 years. The benefit concert is the Dustin Wells Foundation Gift of Music concert, which supports the W. O. Smith School of Music. Dolly was honored by the invitation to support the charity, which is based in Nashville.

“I think back to all the people who encouraged me and helped me on my way up, and if I can help some young person make music, then I absolutely want to do that,” says Dolly Parton. “Music is important to me and my family, and I’m grateful that so many people wanted to come see the show that it sold out so quickly.”

Since its inception in 2008, the Gift of Music has enjoyed the support of some of music’s greatest artists, including Ronnie Dunn, Kellie Pickler, Dierks Bentley, Lady Antebellum, Peter Cetera, Lee Greenwood, Peter Frampton, Gunnar Nelson, and many more generous, talented artists. Each artist donates their time and talent to support the efforts and causes of the Dustin’s foundation.

After Dustin Jack Wells lost his life in a car accident in 2005, his family and friends found a way to keep his memory alive and help others in the process. A fund was set up with all monetary donations used to reach out to others in memory of Dustin. Donating to the W.O. Smith School of Music is just one way the foundations enriches young lives.

The iconic singer, songwriter, musician, actress, and philanthropist is scheduled to perform four SOLD OUT shows at Dollywood on August 8th and 9th to benefit her Imagination Library, a youth literacy initiative she created. She most recently wrapped up her “2014 Blue Smoke World Tour,” where the 100 million album selling singer performed in the United States, Australia, New Zealand, Sweden, Denmark, England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Germany, Norway, and Switzerland.

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