Thursday, October 29, 2015

Scott Brantley Has A Good Thing Going With His First Single Release To Country Radio

Scott Brantley Has A Good Thing Going With His First Single Release To Country Radio

Studio Gold Nashville artist, Scott Brantley, has released his first single to country radio titled Good Thing Going. Good Thing Going was written by Brantley himself along with his brother David Brantley and good friend Trent Jeffcoat.

Good Thing Going sums up the old dating advice that opposites sometimes do attract. The verses are complete with catchy comparisons, like the opening line, “She’s all yogurt and granola, I’m scrambled eggs and cheese.” These witty verses lead up to the simple, yet get-stuck-in-your-head choruses focusing on what a good thing going they have.

“She's got fashion figured out, my britches got holes in the knees.”

A Georgia boy, born and raised in the small town of East Dublin, Scott Brantley grew up in the heart of blue collar America in a musically gifted family. Walking the line between traditional and modern country, he uses the term “country-country” to describe his style of music. When listening to his songs, it's clear to see the influence some of his favorite artists had on him, including: Merle Haggard, George Strait, Alan Jackson, and Keith Whitley.

Proving himself as a real high-energy performer, Scott has opened up for artists such as: Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert, Craig Morgan, Jamey Johnson, and many others. He was also the frontman of an award winning band who was named "Georgia Artist of the Year" and three-time "Georgia Country Band of the Year". Also an accomplished songwriter, Scott has collaborated with: Larry McCoy, Carson Chamberlain, Mike Dekle, Wade Kirby, Jimmy Yeary, Bernie Nelson and other notables.

“Sometimes I just look at her, sitting right by my side and I can't help but to think of how lucky I am, to have her along for this ride.”

Listen To Good Thing Going
www.soundcloud.com/studio-gold-music/good-thing-going

Country Music News International Newsletter October 29. 2015

Country Music News International Newsletter October 29. 2015

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BRENDA LEE, THE OAK RIDGE BOYS AND T. GRAHAM BROWN

 
BRENDA LEE AND THE OAK RIDGE BOYS CELEBRATE THE HOLIDAYS AT THE COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME® AND MUSEUM WITH THE DECK THE HALL

T. Graham Brown Set For WSM-AM (650)'s Coffee, Country & Cody Holiday Concert On Dec. 4. Hosted By The Museum
  NASHVILLE, Tenn. (October 28, 2015) – The holiday season is just around the corner, and it’s time to Deck the Hall at the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum. The museum will be packed with a month of seasonal activities in December that blend music, art, education and even Santa Claus, offering fun for the entire family.

Festivities officially kick off on Friday, Nov. 27, when a special guest lights the thirty-foot-tall Christmas tree in the museum’s Mike Curb Conservatory. This is the first tree lighting of the season in Nashville. The tree lighting will be followed with a brief performance by a special guest to be announced soon.

New this year, the museum will offer more music and cheer than ever before with four concerts in the CMA Theater. Every Wednesday in December will feature a festive performance. On Dec. 9 “Little Miss Dynamite,” Brenda Lee, will light up the CMA Theater in her first-ever Nashville show. Lee has never performed a full concert in the area and fans are sure to be “rockin’ around the Christmas tree” as she performs her hits, gospel favorites, Christmas selections and a tribute to the troops. Tickets start at $45.

“I am so excited to ‘deck the hall’ with the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum as they open their doors to the Nashville community and celebrate the spirit of the season,” says Lee. “I can’t think of a better time of year to play my first ever Nashville show than during the holidays!”

Finally, on Dec. 23, newly inducted Country Music Hall of Fame Members, The Oak Ridge Boys, will take the CMA Theater stage to share their hits and Christmas favorites. Tickets start at $50.

Tickets for all shows go on sale Friday, Oct. 30, at 10 a.m. CDT. There will also be a limited number of VIP packages available for each concert, which include premier seating, artists meet-and-greet, and a limited edition Hatch Show Print. For more information and to purchase tickets visit countrymusichalloffame.org/deckthehall2015.

Throughout the holiday season, the museum will offer many free-to-the-public activities. Santa Claus will be on hand for free photos with children of all ages on both Saturday and Sunday during Deck the Hall this year. Don’t miss Santa on Nov. 28-29, Dec. 5-6, Dec. 12-13 and Dec. 19-20. String City: Nashville’s Tradition of Music and Puppetry, a puppet show partnership between the Nashville Public Library and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, returns to the museum for a two-day run, Nov. 27–28. Families can also enjoy cookie decorating on Sundays, Nov. 29, Dec. 6 and Dec. 20. Cookies—made from a Trisha Yearwood recipe—as well as icing and edible decorations, will be provided.

The museum once again hosts WSM-AM (650)’s Coffee, Country & Cody for a holiday concert Dec. 4. T. Graham Brown will perform, with more participants to be announced soon. Tickets are $6.50 and go on sale Nov. 9. Visit WSM online for more information.

Admission to most holiday programs is free with museum admission and free to museum members. Individual membership starts at $45 and makes a great holiday gift. Perks of membership include unlimited free admission to the museum for one year; free access to over 250 programs; exclusive artist meet-and-greets; exciting members-only exhibition openings; and discounts at the Museum Store, Circa, Hatch Show Print Store, 2|22, and Bajo Sexto Taco.

The museum’s retail shops have items for every shopper’s budget this season. Visit the Hatch Show Print Store for a large selection of handmade prints, cards and branded merchandise or choose a one-of-a-kind framed monoprint from Hatch Show Print’s Haley Gallery. Circa and the Museum Store offerings include LPs and CDs, specialty books, Nashville-made gifts, food and home accessories, men’s and women’s apparel, jewelry and much more.


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CHARLIE DANIELS' BIRTHDAY BASH GIVES BACK TO VETERANS

CHARLIE DANIELS' BIRTHDAY BASH GIVES BACK TO VETERANS
Brenda Lee & Charlie Daniels
Country Stars Chris Young, Brenda Lee and Ryan Weaver Lend Talent To Support Fundraising Event for The Journey Home Project on October 27
  NASHVILLE, Tenn. (October 28, 2015) – It may have been country music legend Charlie Daniels’ birthday party, but all of the presents were addressed to military veterans and their families. A total of 290 guests gave an invaluable gift to those who have served our country through the purchase of a table at Charlie Daniels’ birthday bash on October 27 at The Palm restaurant in downtown Nashville, which raised funds for (501)(c) non-profit The Journey Home Project.

“Big-hearted Middle Tennessee turned out again last night and made our event a great success. I love this place, these people and this cause. It’s making a difference,” said Daniels.

In sum, the birthday celebration is estimated to have raised over $100,000 for The Journey Home Project, which assists other not-for-profits in securing funds to help causes that benefit veterans of the United States Armed Forces and their families. The organization was co-founded in 2014 by Daniels and board members David Corlew, Ed Hardy and Joe and Mercedez Longever.

It was a star-studded evening complete with a red carpet, white tablecloths, and a five-star surf-and-turf meal from The Palm. Celebrity emcee Storme Warren, radio personality on SiriusXM “The Highway,” hosted as the event’s emcee, and guests enjoyed acoustic performances by rising country star Ryan Weaver, a military veteran and former Blackhawk Helicopter Aviator, as well as country star Chris Young, known for hits such as “Tomorrow,” “Voices,” “I’m Comin’ Over,” and others.

“Taking your birthday and making it a celebration of the military – it’s just so admirable. I have done this event before, and as soon as I get asked to participate, if I’m here I jump at the chance to do it. Obviously I’ve got a lot of military connections in my family, and a lot of the people that are here work with some organizations that I’ve either done shows with or been overseas to visit military with. It’s just such a great thing anytime you get a chance to give back to military and give your time, and The Journey Home Project, what they’re doing with that, it’s truly amazing,” said Young.

Rock ‘N Roll Hall of Fame and Country Music Hall of Fame member Brenda Lee surprised Daniels, her long-time friend, by showing up and thanking Charlie for all he has done to give back to the troops. She also serenaded him with her own colorful rendition of “Happy Birthday.”

Lieutenant General (Retired) Keith M. Huber spoke on behalf of veteran students at Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) and poignantly expressed his gratitude for The Journey Home Project and all is has done for the military community of Nashville and beyond. The school will benefit from funds raised through The Journey Home Project at Charlie Daniels 40th Anniversary Volunteer Jam on August 12, 2015 for the completion of its new Veterans and Military Families Center on campus.

“The new Veterans and Military Families Center at MTSU will encourage and facilitate the success of our veterans as they transition out of uniform into academics, and then into future employment opportunities, as they strive to become leaders in the community much like they were in uniform. It will also help to answer all of their questions and give them a place to go where they’re talking to people with a commonality of background, purpose and focus,” Huber said.

A silent auction featuring signed guitars, fiddles, rifles, ammunition, lavish vacation trips, sports memorabilia and much more also helped to contribute to the cause.

Produced by David Corlew & Associates, the event was made possible by The Palm Restaurant, Wondergraphics, Military Systems Group, Horizon Wine & Spirits, Anglin-Reichmann Snellgrove & Armstrong P.C., Outback Concerts, Copperweld, Remington, Mid South Wire, Rea, APA and William Morris Endeavor.

 All Photos Above by Moments by Moser

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