Monday, July 27, 2015

Announcement: Jody Lynn July 29. + Moe Bandy July 31.

Announcement: Jody Lynn July 29. + Moe Bandy July 31.

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Country Music News International Newsletter July 27. 2015

Country Music News International Newsletter July 27. 2015

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CD: Ronnie Reno - Lessons Learned

LESSONS LEARNED
Ronnie Reno (Rural Rhythm Records)


Ronnie Reno may be familiar to tens of thousands of people who have never purchased one of his albums or downloaded any of his songs. He is the host of the long-running TV show, “Reno’s Old Time Music,” that pulls in more than a million viewers monthly on RFD-TV and earned him the title of “IBMA Broadcaster of the Year” in 2013.

Reno’s music career goes back a L-O-N-G way, beginning in 1955 at the age of eight, performing with his father as part of Reno & Smiley and The Tennessee Cut-Ups (whose recording of the Don Reno-penned “I’m Using My Bible as a Roadmap” reportedly saved King Records from bankruptcy).

Ronnie Reno is still very much alive and kickin’ in 2015, and, at age 67, the man who describes himself as “Bluegrass music’s youngest old-timer” has released his first studio album in over a decade. By mid-July, ‘Lessons Leaned’ was already hovering in the Top Ten of Billboard’s Bluegrass chart.

‘Lessons Learned’ showcases Reno at his best with eleven tracks that make the most of his easy-going, laid-back vocal style and mature songwriting talent.

The album kicks off with “Lower Than Lonesome,” a song with a sad theme but to which Reno adds a new twist by presenting it as an up-tempo cut – and it works. As Reno says, “I wanted to write an up-tempo song that wasn’t the high lonesome sound but the low lonesome feelings you have and how you deal with emotions when you lose the love of your life.”

Similarly, on “Our Last Goodbye,” Reno turns what is often a heartbreak song concept into a positive, saying that second chances can work out if you are prepared to try one more time.

“I Think of You” is the sweetest, most lyrical song on the album. “There’s not a day goes by I don’t think of you / I remember the good times and all we’ve gone through / I think of our love, I know you do too / Not a day goes by I don’t think of you.” In the album’s liner notes Reno says of the song, “Every man thinks of his wife or special person this way, so this is from us to you.” Awwwww…!

On a different tack, Reno gives us “Bad News at Home,” a wry look at learning lessons the hard way when it comes to ‘messing up’ at home, staying out late playing poker with boys.

“Reno’s Mando Magic,” a classic Bluegrass instrumental featuring Reno’s mandolin prowess, was written just twenty minutes before it was recorded and sparkles with the spontaneity that comes from a studio full of skilled musicians rising to the joy of giving their all to a brand new tune. Released as a single, the cut debuted in the Top Ten of the Bluegrass Today chart in July.

On a bonus track, “Always Late,” Reno duets with David Frizzell on a song written by Frizzel and Blackie Crawford that Reno used to do, back in the day, with Merle Haggard, and in this high-energy arrangement, features the amazing sound of not one, not two, but three mandolins, rounding out a powerful album and leaving the listener breathless.

Reno is celebrating his 60th year in the music business on August 5 with a special appearance on the highly acclaimed radio show, “Music City Roots Live From the Factory,” playing selections from throughout his career as well as songs from the new album. (You can check out details about the show at www.musiccityroots.com )

Over the years, Ronnie Reno has shared the stage with the likes of Johnny Cash, Conway Twitty, The Louvin Brothers, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, The Osborne Brothers and many more. With “Lessons Learned” Reno delivers an album that will please Bluegrass fans both old and new.

For more about Ronnie Reno, visit www.ronniereno.com


CD review by Preshias Harris for Country Music News International

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Kenny Chesney’s Rose Bowl History

 
Kenny Chesney’s Rose Bowl History
Beyond 53,864 Fans Rocked, Keith Jackson Presented A Brick for the Walk

Pasadena, Calif. (July 26, 2015) --  For Kenny Chesney, playing “The Granddaddy of Them All” as ABC’s legendary sportscaster Keith Jackson deemed the Rose Bowl decades ago, was a bucket list item. And when he took the stage at the iconic venue built in 1922, he took it with all the intensity of every college football team that played there on New Year’s Day, the athletes at the ’84 Summer Olympics and the various teams at the many World Cup matches that have played there.
 
"You know when you wake up and you see that sign, you’re on hallowed ground,” Chesney said. “I’ve seen so many games played there, so much history – and I understand the heart it took from every athlete who’s ever come out of those tunnels. To stand on that stage, I knew I wanted to try to honor all those folks who’ve come before us.”

Beyond delivering a scorching two-hour show that included his 27th No. 1 “Wild Child” and the freewheeling GRAMMY-nominated “American Kids” from The Big Revival to a packed house, Chesney was further inspired by Keith Jackson surprising him backstage. As Jackson presented the East Tennessean with a commemorative brick to be placed in the Brick Walk at the South Main Entrance and the first ever Rose Bowl Stadium jersey, it was an emotional moment for the songwriter/superstar.
 
“There is so much history just hearing that voice,” Chesney marveled. “Let alone seeing that face: all those games, all those plays he called. That’s the sound of me growing up! And what an honor to get to sit a bit on the bus and talk to him about everything he’s seen… even before the show started, I was having a pretty high-powered time.”
 
It’s been a big summer for The Big Revival Tour. Chesney broke his own record at Pittsburgh’s Heinz Field with 55,381, Green Bay’s Lambeau Field with 53,363, Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field with 54,313 and Minneapolis’ Target Stadium for the third time with 44,152.  His intensity prompted The Dallas Morning News to write “Two parts Mick Jagger, one part Bruce Springsteen and one part Billy Graham” after his Texas/AT&T Stadium show.

His Rose Bowl set was no exception. With Reese Witherspoon, Vince Vaughn, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis on the side of the stage, Chesney played 19 songs before taking a breath – and then returned with the night’s co-headliner Jason Aldean to play four more, including spirited covers of John Mellencamp’s “Hurt So Good” and Bryan Adams’ “Summer of '69.”
 
“Those folks had had a long day in all that heat, but man, they were so ready for us… ready to hear the music, to sing along, to make every single song matter,” Chesney said. “When I dropped out during ‘Anything But Mine,’ they sang so clear and so true, you could’ve made a record out of it – and for me, they made a memory that will last a lifetime. To play a place where football means so much, especially to an audience that live, I’ll never forget it...”
 
 With upcoming stadium shows at Denver’s Sports Authority Stadium at Mile High Aug. 8, E. Rutherford, NJ’s Met Life Stadium Aug. 15, Detroit’s Ford Field Aug. 22 and a double at Foxboro’s Gillette Stadium Aug. 28-29, the man The Wall Street Journal called “The King of the Road” will have headlined 135 stadium plays since his Washington, DC/Pittsburgh/Boston stadium run in 2005. Having taken a year to get ready for The Big Revival, it shows in the intensity of the shows, the fan and yes, the man from Tennessee.
 
Photo  Credit: Allister Ann

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