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Country Music News International Newsletter June 27. 2016


 

Country Music News International Newsletter June 27. 2016

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Mark Herndon Interview by Christian Lamitschka for Country Music News International Magazine

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CD: DON JOY & MELANIE LYNN A Tribute to Wade Jackson

DON JOY & MELANIE LYNN
A Tribute to Wade Jackson
Take Me With You - Please Be Mine - Don't Be Angry - I'll Take You Back - Dying Laughing - Daddy's Baby Girl - Wild Wild Wind - Grand Old Opry In Heaven - Red Roses Blooming Back Home - Room #10
 
Whew, traditional and classic country is on my menu today, thank you.  Don Joy and Melanie Lynn are true country artists from Missouri.  They have been cutting a wide swath across the upper Midwest, performing wherever their music road takes them, including the recording studios in Nashville where they developed this incredibly good album of songs written by Wade Jackson.  If you don't know, Wade is the older brother of Stonewall Jackson, and is the composer of the incredibly popular song "Don't Be Angry," a song I've heard many many times throughout the upper Midwest, and certainly by this very talented duo, Don & Melanie.  The best studio, the best studio musicians the best engineering make this an incredible listenable CD.  Right on track both vocally and instrumentally.  Wade Jackson is a legendary 'real' country music composer.  He is scheduled to join Don Joy and Melanie Lynn for induction into America's Old Time Country Music Hall of Fame, Aug. 29-Sept 4 in Le Mars, Iowa, 2016.  Hosted by the National Traditional Country Music Association, the Hall of Fame is located in the Pioneer Music Museum in Anita, Iowa. The trio will be joined by over 400 other musicians in the seven day event, performing for thousands of fans of 'real' country music. Listening to Wade Jackson original songs by a delightful duo is a 'real' country music pleasure.  There's lots of 'real' country artists in the rural areas of America today who will have nothing to do with the so-called country sound heard on the top-40 charts, which should be properly named 'pop' since there is so little 'real' country music in it.  Don and Melanie were some of the highlighted talent appearing on the recent 19th Annual Wahoo Country Music Show in Wahoo, Nebraska, where Hank Williams Sr., did a concert in the high school auditorium in 1951.  Don & Joy takes us back to that 1951 style of country music, the most soulful and tearfully sincere music we've ever had in America. It is such a pleasure to listen to the works of sincere artists performing the music they love, adore, and revive.  Even the old Red Sovine style of talk-music is on this one in "Daddy's Baby Girl."  It is so creative and credible.  Don Joy does a marvelous job 'telling the story,' just as Wade Jackson would like it.  Lynn takes the reins of lead vocalist on "Grand Ole Opry In Heaven," a great story about the Opry stars that are already up in heaven, and so few yet remain for us below here on planet earth.  Don closes the album with a great version of "Room #10" which has a touch of the Bill Anderson style.  Great country music coming to us from Missouri, keep it up Don and Lynn.  This album will of course go directly to the Rural Roots Music Commission for their appraisal.
RECORD REVIEW BY BOB EVERHART,  Pres., NTCMA - www.ntcma.net
for Country Music News International

CD: Half Way To Texas

Half Way To Texas
Same Old Solution - Thinking About Changing My Mind - You Must Be An Angel - How Long - Crossroads - She Never Got Me Over You - Halfway To Texas - Love Without End - Get On With Movin' On - Blue Must Be The Color Of The Blues
 
WOW, some of the music coming from our upper Midwest young artists is absolutely astonishing.  This young guy, Tommy Buller, who makes his home in Nashville, is directly from our area around Omaha, Nebraska  He went to Nashville with a dream in his heart quite a few years ago, and at last he's got a CD out that is stunningly good.  Hey, Vince Gill is singing on this incredible work of art , how can it possibly not be good.  With music written, not only by Buller himself, but in cahoots with another upper Midwesterner, Bart Hansen. Tommy Buller is composer or co-composer on no less then four of these great songs.  The other original songs are the works of Keith Whitley, Hank Cochran, George Jones, and A J Yuill.  (Could this possibly be Tony Yuill, another young friend of mine from Illinois?).  Tommy Buller has managed to keep 'country' in his voice, he's very much like a young Hank Williams without the nasal, but with all the soul.  What's nice about this album, the music is also STILL real country without hurting anything on the charts today, except be better than it.  Tommy Buller has never been too good at walking no line.  He's very distinctive, very soul inspired, very incredibly listenable to everything he's recorded on this album.  "How Long" reflects the incredible 'blues' style Tommy is so very good at playing, and STILL his voice contains that absolutely beautiful rural music that is becoming the only real country music left in America today.  Throughout this project Tommy plays acoustic guitar and sings all the lead vocals (with a little help from Vince Gill of course).  Mike Fried is on steel, 12-string, and Dobro  (excellent musician).  Rande Hall is on bass guitar.  Lillie Mae Rische is on fiddle, and Brad and Amy Buller help on the vocals. Tommy Buller and his son Brad were just the major attraction at one of the upper Midwest's authentic country music festivals in Wahoo, Nebraska.  "Halfway To Texas" composed by Buller and John Northrope, is a fine piece of work. The sentimentality of Tommy's voice is a sure sign of 'living' the song.  No wonder it is the 'name' of this album.  It is full of love and lost love, country music's reality.  Well, country music of the past coming from the great plains and prairie lands, not the country music of today or the concrete canyons of New York City.  Tommy Buller is much too country to have much to do with the imitation country we are forced to listen to simply because some record company president doesn't know what the word 'rural' even means.  I'm turning my so-called country radio station off.  I'm just going to listen to Tommy Buller until I get totally full of the real-deal.  Young son Brad Buller is following in dad's footsteps on "Love Without End." This boy is not very old, around ten or so, but he's already 'feeling' what real rural music is all about.  It's about honesty, it's about reality, it's about love, it's about love lost, it's about soul, it's about life in the country, it's about eternity.  All of this is in this CD by Tommy Buller.  PLEASE you record company president, wherever you are, whoever you are, let this 'real' country guy get a chance to do something for you.  Let him get the best studio engineers available to SHOW you what real country music is.  Let him be your next star!  I already know what the Rural Roots Music Commission is going to say about this wonderful piece of work.  Stay tuned, stay connected to the real deal.
RECORD REVIEW BY BOB EVERHART, Pres., NTCMA - www.ntcma.net
for Country Music News International

Kenny Chesney Shouts Out Policeman Shot 7 Times

Kenny Chesney Shouts Out Policeman Shot 7 Times

48,322 Fans Cheer Officer Christopher Dorman at Philadelphia's Lincoln Financial Stadium

PHILADELPHIA, Pa. (Saturday, June 25, 2016) –Kenny Chesney came into Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Stadium raring to make-up for what he perceived as a less than 100% performance last year. But the news – which he heard as he was dressing for the show before 48,322 fans – that 25-year old police officer Christopher Dorman, after having been shot 7-times in the leg, chest and stomach, gave him a shout out of “Kenny Chesney, don’t forget about me”— fired the East Tennessee songwriter/entertainer up to a whole other other level.

Hitting the stage just after 9 p.m., the 8-time Entertainer of the Year paused after “I Go Back,” a song that captures the power of songs to hold life’s special moments in amber, and said to the crowd, “I didn’t know where in the show I was going to do this... But there’s a line in this song that says, ‘When I hear, ‘Only the good die young, it still stops me in my tracks...,’ and I heard that an officer here in Philadelphia who was shot seven times last night – from his hospital bed, he made a video that said, ‘Kenny, don’t forget about me.’ Well, Christopher Dorman, we won’t forget you...”

The crowd, which had begun cheering as they realized what Chesney was talking about, roared when he invoked the policeman’s name. For them, the story was personal – and the fact that Chesney knew – and lifted this moment to honor the police officer prompted an insane response. If the internet blew up at what seemed to be his comment suggesting the officer had passed, he finished the song he was singing, the plaintive “Anything But Mine,” about yearning for a summer love past, and offered, “Christopher Dorman, wherever you are, this is for you...”

“I was so caught up in the moment,” Chesney said after the full-tilt set, “I think the emotions got the best of me – and I wasn’t as clear as I could’ve been. The idea that a hero like that, with seven bullets in him, would even think about me... I heard about it right before I hit the stage, and it stopped me in my tracks. Someone whose life was on the line, and after all that bravery? As anyone in the stadium knows, I kept pausing, trying to collect my thoughts.

“Philadelphia has always been one of those places where the fans are loud, the tailgating is crazy and me and the band have the time of our lives every year,” continued the superstar next door. “And when I heard the cheer they sent up when I sent our best to Officer Dorman, man, everything I’ve ever thought about the people of Philadelphia was confirmed.”

Following his set closing “She Thinks My Tractor’s Sexy,” the audience erupted in spontaneous cheers of “KEN-EEEEEE! Ken-EEEEEE!” over and over – and a triumphant Chesney returned to the stage for a raucous “Don’t Happen Twice,” the drums thundering and the audience throwing their arms from side to side as they sang almost louder than the band onstage. For the city, who’d been listening to the man from Tennessee, promise he had been thinking about then all winter, it was a moment of total connection – and earsplitting screams.

“There are moments that it feels so damn good to be alive,” Chesney said, “Tonight in Philadelphia was absolutely one of them. To honor a policeman who survived something so horrific, to be rocked so hard by all those people, to see a city so alive, that’s everything about why we do this! To Philadelphia, you have a lot of heart – and it was an honor to rock with you tonight and honor one of your own!”

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