Monday, December 28, 2015

Country Music News International Newsletter December 28. 2015

Country Music News International Newsletter December 28. 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 Nashville Convention & Visitors Bureau www.visitmusiccity.com , Tennessee Tourism, www.Tennessee.de , Scott Brantley http://studiogoldnashville.com/scott-brantley , Eileen Carey www.reverbnation.com/eileencarey , Coreopsis Publications LLC www.coreopsis.gs , Richard Lynch Band http://www.richardlynchband.com/ , LAKOTAH https://www.facebook.com/lakotahfans?ref=hl


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Hier sind jetzt Eure Country Music News des Tages von Country Music News International Magazin www.CountryMusicNewsInternational.blogspot.de . Eure Country Music News werden unterstützt von Nashville Convention & Visitors Bureau www.visitmusiccity.com , Tennessee Tourism, www.Tennessee.de , Scott Brantley http://studiogoldnashville.com/scott-brantley , Eileen Carey www.reverbnation.com/eileencarey , Coreopsis Publications LLC www.coreopsis.gs , Richard Lynch Band http://www.richardlynchband.com/ , LAKOTAH https://www.facebook.com/lakotahfans?ref=hl

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Tune-In Allert: Stephanie Grace, Bobby Cyrus, Branden Stover and Carrie Zaruba on Country Music News International Radio Show interviewed by Christian Lamitschka - December 28. 2015 http://countrymusicnewsinternational.blogspot.de/2015/12/tune-in-allert-stephanie-grace-bobby.html

Tune-In Allert: Erica Nicole, JB and the Moonshine Band, Lucy Angel and Rod Richmond on Country Music News International Radio Show interviewed by Christian Lamitschka - December 30. + 31. 2015 + January 1. + 3. + 4. 2016 http://countrymusicnewsinternational.blogspot.de/2015/12/tune-in-allert-erica-nicole-jb-and.html




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Billboard artist LAKOTAH is radio's angel with her latest release "Heaven's Own" http://countrymusicnewsinternational.blogspot.de/2015/12/billboard-artist-lakotah-is-radios.html



WATCH EILEEN CAREY’S AMUSING VIDEO FOR “PARTY AT THE BEACH” http://countrymusicnewsinternational.blogspot.de/2015/07/watch-eileen-careys-amusing-video-for.html


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Amy Gallatin & Roger Williams – Something 'Bout You

Amy Gallatin & Roger Williams – Something 'Bout You
1. Something 'Bout You 3:51
2. I Thought I Heard You Calling My Name 4:22
3. Don't Blame Me 3:42
4. Slowly But Surely 2:52
5. Tear Stained Letter 4:13
6. Wind In The Valley 3:48
7. More and More 2:48
8. Maybe Tomorrow 2:37
9. Forever Has Come To An End 2:58
10. My Dreams 3:05
11. Old Pal Of Yesterday 3:48
12. Will There Ever Be Another 2:33
13. So Sad (To Watch Good Love Go Bad) 3:42
14. I Don't Care 2:41
Amy Gallatin and Roger Williams sing duets and each sing solo on “Something
'Bout You”, their 14 song cd smoothly transcending the traditional boundary
between ballad bluegrass and traditional country music. The dobro on this cd is
as superb as their singing. Lyrics can be easily understood but also seem to
meld seamlessly into the instrumentation. No song seems to stand out beyond
another nor sink beneath another. “Something 'Bout You” is a smooth, soothing
listening experience. This cd is not Indy 500 Bluegrass ala Foggy Mountain
Breakdown. “Something 'Bout You” is Pinot Grigio Bluegrass. It is marshmallow
& winter fireplace Bluegrass. Do not expect an Ernest Tubb experience; expect
something more like early Dolly Parton & Porter Wagoner.
Written by Michael Sikorsky for Country Music News International

CD: RED JOHNSON - Say Yes Again

RED JOHNSON

Say Yes Again
Say Yes Again - Just So You Know - A License To Steal - Hank Was Singing Wedding Bells - It Feels So Good Everytime - Loving Memories - If Love Comes Tonight - Laredo - If I Had As Long To Love Her - You Couldn't Touch Her - Cold Steel - A Simple Country Love Song - Blood Brother - The Pillow
What a great way to start the new year of 2016.  I not only get to listen to a great old-time string band from England who is coming to the LeMars, Iowa, old time music festival, I also get to listen to my favorite songwriter from Minnesota, Red Johnson, who is also coming to LeMars this year (Aug 29-Sept 4).  I'm no dummy, Red is also going to do a great concert at the Oak Tree Performance Center in Anita, Iowa, on July 15.  Wow, what a treat.  I not only like the way Red writes 'real' country songs, I like the way he puts a 'story' into each of his presentations.  In this CD of a remarkable 'original' set of songs, is a photo of Red's wedding day, as he married Florence Altenhofen when he made her Mrs. Johnson.  I can't help it, Red Johnson had super exposure to his writing in 2015 when his song "Mrs. Johnson" made it to the national television show "NCIS."  The song is not about the Florence he married, but it was an incredible step 'up' for Red.  Just watching the show waiting for the song to come on was a treat let me tell you. I have to say the photo of Red and Florence in this CD show them as both handsome and beautiful.  They still are.  Music has been a God-send for Red.  It's a gift.  Every song on this album is Red's, even Laredo which is a nice 'story' song about what happened after the original story was told.  Red used the recording studio of Terry Nord for this production, who also did the arranging and provided the musical backing.  I like Red in a more traditional mode, but this album is a keepsake, especially if you like original music.  If you are a recording artist looking for some 'real' country music to record, this is an album you should listen to.  This compilation of songs harbors a lot of 'love' songs to be sure, and it also has some really nice story songs too.  Five stars to Red Johnson.  My favorite on this one is "A Simple Country Love Song" it's like the country music of the past that played the strings of the hearts as well as they did the strings on a guitar.  Keep it up Red Johnson, you are one of our last really great songwriters from the upper Midwest. 
RECORD REVIEW BY BOB EVERHART - www.ntcma.net
for Country Music News International

CD: BUFFALO GALS - Won't Get Trouble In Mind

BUFFALO GALS
Won't Get Trouble In Mind
Big Scioty - Squirrel Hunters - Daddy's Little Lulu - Crawdad - Farewell Train - Great Atomic Power - Cindy - Cattle In The Cane - Jealous Hearted Me - Peg & Awl & Old Gray Mare - John Henry - Trouble On My Mind - Hell Up Coal Holler - Save It
 
This amazing six-member old-timey country string band just simply amazes me.  The first thing is their music.  It is so completely well researched, reaching far back to America's early rural music to capture that incredible, mostly happy sound, that is so easily addictive.  It's just plain happy.  It's just plain real.  It's just plain great.  What a wonderful option to what is called 'country music' today in America.  Oh, did I forget to mention this incredible group is from England.  Yes, sailing all the way across the big Atlantic Ocean, this remarkable performance group will be at the Old Time Music Festival this year in LeMars, Iowa.  If you can listen to this group and not tap your foot, you need to see a doctor.  They have immaculately captured that sound of rural America, especially with the fiddle, guitar, banjo, acoustic bass, ukulele, and percussion.  Kate Lissauer is on the fiddle, and I would have to say she not only 'feels' the music, her terrific ear tells her exactly how to express it to the full extent attainable.  Peter Dunn is on an excellent sounding acoustic guitar.  Like Jimmy Martin, he has a powerful grasp of rhythm, strong and forceful.  His leads are equally as good, strong, sensitive, delightful. Please don't let me forget the banjo playing Johnny Whelan, who like all the musicians in this group has a complete understanding on how the banjo can weave in and out of the music to emphasize happiness.  Unlike bluegrass where the banjo becomes the steadfast lead instrument, in this wonderful sound of Johnny, he uses it as a very distinguished backing instrument and when he plays leads it jumps out at you, and then carefully eases back to the backing section.  Sue Clare plays the ukulele to a wonderful essence, and more she also uses the banjo-ukulele to a level of expertise I've not heard before.  Eve Morris is on the bass.  She is just as professional in her approach to the old-time music sound.  No leads here, there never were 'leads' on the bass in old-time music, it's the instrument that keeps the BEAT in tact, and also adds that down deep very pleasant foot-tapper beat that keeps the music in line with justifiable innocence.  They do a tremendous amount of research on the songs they present, remarkable for old-time music makers in itself, but they also add emphasis to the vocals, especially the harmony parts, and even the 'speak-back' style of old-time music makers.  Sibylie Riesen plays foot percussion.  I'm not exactly sure what that is.  In their version of "Cindy Cindy" we hear that old-time frailing banjo sometimes called drop-thumb, played delightfully to an old loveable song.  I feel so sorry for you if you don't make it to the old-time music festival in LeMars, Iowa, this year (Aug 29-Sept 4).  The pitifully small entrance fee of $15 for a 9am-midnight program everyday on ten stages is remarkable, but not to spend that small amount to see the Buffalo Gals is an insult to the music of rural America, if not the makers of it.  I will definitely be looking forward to hearing this group in person.  What fun that will be.  They are also scheduled for a concert at the Oak Tree Performance Center in Anita, Iowa, on September 9th.  Come share the 'fun' music of America's rural past. The Buffalo Gals will surprise and delight you, carrying on the great tradition of America's early string bands.  More sophisticated observation, they are top-class instrumentalists, utilizing soul-searing harmonies and thrillingly syncopated percussive stepdance beats.
RECORD REVIEW BY BOB EVERHART - www.ntcma.net
for Country Music News International Magazine 

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