Archive for September, 2014

Comments Off on Charlie Daniels “Volunteer Jam” Set for August 12, 2015 at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena to Support The Journey Home Project

Charlie Daniels announces the legendary “Volunteer Jam,” which began in 1974 at War Memorial Auditorium when Daniels and his friends recorded a live version of “Fire On The Mountain,” will take place at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee, on August 12, 2015, to raise awareness and funds for The Journey Home Project. Tickets for […]

Comments Off on Jim Ed Brown Set To Release First Solo Album, In Style Again, In 30 Years

Country Music fans have a good reason to look forward to 2015. Longtime fan favorite Jim Ed Brown will be returning with his first solo recording in three decades with the January release of In Style Again, his debut project for Plowboy Records. “I love new music.” said Brown about his new disc. “I guess […]

Comments Off on Priceless Legacy of Beauty Is…Proves Ray Price’s Relevancy To A New Generation of Music Lovers

“Offstage, he was just the guy I love. When that red light went on in the studio, or when he stepped onto the stage and they handed him that microphone, something happened. It was a higher power. This transformation took place in him. He turned into RAY PRICE.” – Janie Price BEAUTY IS  … the […]

Comments Off on Lee Ann Womack CMT World Premieres “The Way I’m Livin”

When Lee Ann Womack agreed to do a clip for “The Way I’m Livin’,” the title track and lead song from her 9/23 Sugar Hill Records debut, she knew one thing: “I did not want a literal, storyline video.” The Roger Pistole-directed clip is anything but… and it’s provocative enough CMT will world premiere it […]