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Country Music News International Newsletter October 24. 2016

Country Music News International Newsletter October 24. 2016

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Laura McCormick Interview by Christian Lamitschka for Country Music News International Magazine

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CD Review: CHUCK HANCOCK - It's Never Too Late

CHUCK HANCOCK
It's Never Too Late
That's Where I Was - It's Never Too Late - The Price That You Paid - I Need You Down Here - The Old Rugged Cross - You're Worth It All - I Have My Faith - If I Were In Your Shoes - The Place Where I Worship - Where You Send Me - The Change - I Let Her Down - Mama
 
Today is a beautiful Sunday fall day in the beautiful rural state of Iowa.  Even though I am preparing the itinerary as I head with my family to the south for winter (mostly because we can't afford a furnace in the Oak Tree performance center, which is where our small apartment is), I still have the opportunity to listen to a great CD recorded by Chuck Hancock, who makes his home in Florida.  Although this CD starts out with a bit of a honky-tonk sound, it changes rapidly as Chuck takes us through a remarkable listening experience of some new and some old Christian gospel songs.  He makes it clear to all of us that he has had the ups and downs of finding life on the side of 'good' and he also makes it clear that his soul now belongs to none other than Jesus Christ.  He also used some remarkable backing musicians.  Nathan Emerson opens the first song with a very nice old-style pedal steel guitar style that sets the mode for all the following songs.  I especially enjoyed Glen Duncan on fiddle, banjo, and mandolin.  He's an old friend from the Ozarks, as is Terry Beene, who makes his Ozarks Awards at Branson annually.  It's Mr. Hancock however who stands out strong and able throughout this very nice listening experience.  I also enjoyed hearing Leona Williams (another old friend) as she joins him on "The Old Rugged Cross."  This very obviously shows us how Mr. Hancock has had to go through his own ups and downs in the music world, and perhaps the real world as well.  Thoroughly enjoyed this second album by Mr. Hancock, off it goes to the Rural Roots Music Commission.
RECORD REVIEW BY BOB EVERHART, President National Traditional Country Music Association for Country Music News International

CD Review: J. JEFFREY MESSEROLE - Halfway Home

J. JEFFREY MESSEROLE
Halfway Home
Halfway Home - Second Hand Rose - Madeline, My Dear - The Arsonist - Geraldine - Missouri Moon - St. Lorraine - Help Me Heal - Queen of Abilene - Last Call - The End Or The Eye
 
I reviewed one of Jeffrey Meserole's CD's last year, and it wound up being a "Folk" CD of the Year from the Rural Root Music Commission.  I hope they are ready to listen to another 'winner' from this young folk-like singer and rural songwriter. The very first song "Halfway Home" is exceptional.  Nathan Emerson plays a very old-style pedal steel guitar style which matches the voice, the message, and the music of this most excellently written song.  Jeffrey is touching on heart-like areas that a lot of 'folk singers' don't tread near anymore.  Though he does not sound like Dylan, Messerole has a definite 'touch' of the master. His 'stories' are abundantly clear in their message, each and every one of them.  In song number two the debilitating instrument is John Scott's violin, which exacerbates exactly what Jeffrey is saying. That word sometimes means to irritate or annoy, but here it means to increase the intensity of the situation and feelings. In song number three Jeffrey introduces us to a kind of moaning and exactly right electric guitar played by Jesse Dagel.  So it continues throughout this entire CD.  Much planning, playing, practicing, performing this wonderful 11-essay on life today, yesterday, tomorrow.  Sometimes as it is, as it was, as it will be.  As you can see, this particular CD is full of what the old masters did with folk music, bring it alive, tell the stories, tell the truth.  What's even more amazing to me is that J. Jeffrey Messerole makes his home in Cherokee, Iowa. An unlikely place to find an artist of this nature and capacity.  Some of his style takes me back to the 'Eric Burdon and the Animals' however it's still pure Messerole as he parlays his voice, style, and backing into the storyland he shares with us.  At no time however does Jeffrey abandon the older folk style, lovely acoustic finger-picking guitar style which is exhibited so well on "The Arsonist."  It's the same all the way through this very well planned musical adventure.  Thank you Jeffrey for submitting this very lovely listening experience.  Off this one goes, even though it's very early for next year's submissions to the Rural Roots Music Commission.
CD REVIEW BY BOB EVERHART, President of National Traditional Country Music Association for Country Music News International

ERIC CHURCH FROM HAITI TO NORTH CAROLINA

FROM HAITI TO NORTH CAROLINA, ERIC CHURCH’S
CHIEF CARES FOUNDATION CONTINUES RECORD YEAR
Saturday’s JDRF Hope Gala honored Eric’s parents, Ken and Rita Church, 
with “Living and Giving Award”
Eric Church alongside wife and co-founder of Chief Cares, Katherine Church, surprised crowd with $1M donation presentation from Chief Cares to JDRF; event reaches record $2.1M
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Since Hurricane Matthew devastated regions in Haiti, Eric and Katherine Church’s foundation Chief Cares (aptly named after the singer/songwriter’s third career album Chief and largely funded through concert ticket proceeds) has been helping six townships in the region with more than 500 families aided thanks to the non-profit’s efforts. However, the impact of the less-than-three-year-old foundation’s mission was also felt domestically last night as its outreach focused on the seven-time GRAMMY nominee’s home state of North Carolina with an organizational record $1 million donation to a cause that has personally impacted the Church family—type 1 diabetes. The JDRF’s Hope Gala held in Charlotte, N.C. was honoring Eric’s parents, Ken and Rita Church, with the “Living and Giving Award” for their dedication when Eric and Katherine Church surprised the 1,000+ audience. 
"Our foundation work and giving to others in need is my absolute favorite thing that we get to do," said Katherine Church. "We are blessed to be a blessing!  What a special opportunity it is for us to give through Chief Cares and present this gift tonight to JDRF in honor of Rita to eliminate this disease!" 
"I can't think of a more fitting occasion to make Chief Cares' largest donation than in honor of my mother and her battle with type 1 diabetes," said Eric Church.
“JDRF is thrilled and grateful to Eric and Katherine Church for their generous gift to further type 1 diabetes research,” said Laura Maciag, Executive Director,  JDRF Greater Western Carolinas Chapter. “We have made incredible progress to treat, prevent and cure this disease and are at such an exciting stage in our journey. The commitment and dedication of the Church family is extremely appreciated as we move forward in our vision to create a world without type 1 diabetes.”
For more information, visit ericchurch.com/chiefcares.  
About Chief Cares 
The Chief Cares Fund was organized by Eric and Katherine Church in 2013 and is administered by the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. The CFMT is a registered 501c3 non-profit that serves over 2.5 million people with charitable giving, helping Chief Cares make a difference in ways that matter. Eric and Katherine have been able to use Chief Cares to impact lives not only in the United States, but also around the globe. Thus far, donations have been used to aid underprivileged families and children throughout Tennessee and Eric’s home state of North Carolina, as well as to help an orphanage in Nepal get beds, clothing and offer schooling to children that would otherwise never get the chance; deliver bibles and aid to Haiti, and help fund the Humane Society’s no-kill animal shelters with funds that go towards operational costs.
These initiatives are just the beginning. Help Chief Cares grow towards serving people in need in communities throughout the United States and worldwide. 
About Eric Church
The two-time Country Music Association and four-time Academy of Country Music Award winner cemented his reputation as a maverick by releasing his 2015 album Mr. Misunderstood as a surprise, delivering it to fans before announcing its existence and putting it on sale. He recently notched his fifth No. 1 with “Record Year,” the second single, which Rolling Stone dubbed “the most moving moment” on the widely-lauded album, and recently premiered his new single, “Kill A Word” featuring Rhiannon Giddens on The Tonight Show.

The North Carolina native’s previous album, The Outsiders debuted at No. 1 on both the Billboard Top 200 Albums Chart and Top Country Albums Chart with the highest debut and sales of any release in the format that year, making Church 2014’s top-selling country music artist. The album garnered GRAMMY, CMA and ACM Album of the Year nominations and featured his No. 1 hits “Give Me Back My Hometown” and “Talladega,” as well as multiple nominee “Like A Wrecking Ball.” The Outsiders was the follow-up to Church’s Platinum-certified CHIEF, named the 2012 Album of the Year by both CMA and ACM, and GRAMMY-nominated for Best Country Album. The LP featured five Top 20 singles: “Homeboy” (certified Platinum for sales in excess of 1 million); the Top 10 “Like Jesus Does” and the Top 5 “Creepin’” (both certified Gold for sales in excess of 500,000); and two No. 1 hits “Drink in My Hand” (certified Platinum) and “Springsteen” (certified Double Platinum for sales in excess of 2 million singles). Church’s 2006 debut album, Sinners Like Me, and his sophomore album, Carolina, (2009) are both RIAA Gold certified.

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