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Scars features Australian King of Country, ARIA and Golden Guitar winner Lee Kernaghan and CMA Award winner and US country star Dierks Bentley. It’s from the album Planet Country through ABC Music Australia. Dierks Bentley appears courtesy of EMI Music. Song produced by Garth Porter and video produced by Rusty Gate Films. Scars will also appear on Lee Kernaghan’s Ultimate Hits Collection.. released September 30, 2011 through ABC Music/Universal Music Australia.
publisher: Capitol Nashville
sales rank: 1489
price: $8.69 (new), $7.92 (used)
2012 album from the Country singer/songwriter. Following in the footsteps of his critically acclaimed, Grammy-nominated Up On The Ridge album, Home is Dierks’ sixth studio album. Says Dierks. “This album is more than a year’s worth of writing, recording and testing out material on the road in front of our hardcore fans. The end result is an album that runs through all the types of Country songs and sounds I enjoy singing and playing.” Features the singles ‘Home’ and ‘Am I The Only One,’ as well as a special duet, “When You Gonna Come Around,” with Karen Fairchild from Little Big Town.
Aaron Watson’s “Barbed Wire Halo” from the dual disc CD/DVD Deep in the Heart of Texas: Aaron Watson Live
Barbed Wire Halo
sales rank: 59816
price: $9.99 (new)
I get by with a little help from my friends… Having some fun playing “Like A Rose” with Train for the first time ever!
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sales rank: 4090
price: $9.99 (new)
Scott “Scotty” McCreery (born October 9, 1993) is an American singer from Garner, North Carolina. He won the tenth season of American Idol on May 25, 2011. He is the first American Idol winner who was born in the 1990s. His debut studio album, Clear as Day, was released in October 2011 and was certified platinum in the United States. The album includes the top 20 country songs, “I Love You This Big” and “The Trouble with Girls”.
Clear As Day
publisher: Mercury Nashville/19 Recordings/Interscope
price: $7.65 (new), $3.39 (used)
2011 debut album from the American Idol winner. Scotty has been well-received by the Country music industry since winning Season 10 of American Idol in May 2011, as evidenced by the fact that some of the best writers in country music wrote songs specifically for this project, which can be unheard of for a new artist. ” The album is a collection of songs in the same straight-ahead Country style that captured the nation’s hearts – and votes–on AI. It’s the next step in a promising career that is already breaking records.
TAY BARTON “Kiss Me Love”
Hal Leonard Country Guitar Method (Hal Leonard Guitar Method) by: Greg Koch publisher: Hal Leonard, published: 2004-01-01 ASIN: 0634039490 EAN: 9780634039492 price: $11.60 (new), $11.18 (used) (Guitar Method). This book uses real country songs to teach you the basics of rhythm and lead country guitar in the style of Chet Atkins, James Burton, Albert Lee, Merle Travis, and many others. Lessons include: Chords, Scales and Licks * Common Progressions and Riffs * Carter Style and Travis Picking * Steel Licks, String Bending and Vibrato * Standard Notation and Tablature * and much more! Songs include: Could I Have This Dance * Green Green Grass of Home * I Fall to Pieces * Satin Sheets * Yakety Sax * and more.
Eric famous Church that is part of an elite group of the animation team. He has earned a place of Pollstar Worldwide Ticket Sales Chart. Church joined the company of Bruce Springsteen, Madonna, Coldplay, Roger Waters, Lady Gaga, Michael Jackson THE IMMORTAL World Tour, the Cirque du Soleil, Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw, Jason Aldean, Metallica and Dave Matthews Band. With more than 765,000 tickets sold, The Blood, Sweat & beers Tower of the Church is located at no. 11 on the published map today to Pollstar.com.
“Appear next to these acts – based solely on the number of tickets sold throughout the year on our tour – is just amazing.” I distinctly remember playing for eight people a little more than two years at a club in Texas, then to hear that this number has dropped to what it was in 2012 is a true testament fans, their passion and my group and the dedication of the crew to do our show as possible best night after night, “sharing Church. The number of tickets sold at the blood, sweat & beers Tour in 2012, which dealt with the 101 tour dates, matches what he sold the last six years of his career as hiking.
Church was also the only country artist to be mentioned by name in a recent feature from The New York Times, “the best Concerts of 2012, as seen by critical time” noting its March 14 show at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York was “an average emission.” More raved summarizing the Church delivered his “hymns post-outlaw’ with”verve and tension, as if it might not for much longer.” The list also includes Neil Young and Crazy Horse, Jay – Z and Radiohead, Mumford & sons and The Rolling Stones, among others.
In 2013, Church is going to release a live album and join Kenny Chesney for the dates of stage of his Nation tour without shoes, starting March 16 in Tampa, Florida. You will join Eric and Kenny on the dates of the tour?
For more information, please visit www.ericchurch.com.
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Jenni Rivera died in a plane crash in a remote, mountainous area in northern Mexico on December 9. She was 43.NEW: “My mom would fight any battle for us and for her honor,” the singer’s son saysNEW: Mourners pray in silence for victims of last week’s school shooting in ConnecticutManager: “Jenni…made it OK to be from nothing with the hopes of being something”Godfather: “Her blunders…made us know that she was one of us”
(CNN) — A bright red casket with butterflies on it was center stage in a packed Los Angeles auditorium Wednesday as thousands of mourners bid farewell to Mexican-American singer Jenni Rivera.
Brassy music rang out in the Gibson Amphitheatre, which holds 6,100 people. Photos showing Rivera with her family flashed in the background. Fans chanted her name, waving white roses in the air.
“Jenni made it OK for women to be who they are,” longtime manager Pete Salgado said, choking back tears and drawing cheers from the crowd. “Jenni also made it OK to be from nothing with the hopes of being something.”
Rivera, whose soulful ballads sold out concert halls and made her a household name to many, died in a plane crash in a remote, mountainous area in northern Mexico on December 9. The crash killed everyone aboard the small plane, including Rivera’s publicist, lawyer and makeup artists.
Read more: Rivera crash puts spotlight on charter jet safety
Family members called Wednesday’s ceremony a “graduation to heaven,” saying the singer’s powerful spirit would live on and urging fans to keep her memory alive.
“I am sure that my sister is singing now,” said Juan Manuel Rivera, one of her brothers.
Another family member, Gustavo Lawrence Rivera, asked crowds to applaud for “Jenni, the eternal diva.”
“La Diva de la Banda” or The Diva of Banda Music, Rivera was a musical powerhouse with her Spanish-language performances of regional Mexican corridos, or ballads. Rivera sold 15 million records, according to Billboard, and recently won two Billboard Music Awards, including favorite Mexican music female artist.
She was reportedly on the verge of a crossover with an English-language sitcom inspired by the success of “I Love Jenni,” a Spanish-language reality TV show on Telemundo’s mun2 network.
The singer was also known for her tumultuous personal life — something her friends and family acknowledged in Wednesday’s ceremony.
Both Salgado and one of Rivera’s daughters described her as “perfectly imperfect.”
Pepe Garza, the singer’s godfather, said her honesty and openness made friends and fans adore her.
“Above all we love her for her imperfections,” he said. “It was her blunders that made us know that she was one of us.”
Born in Long Beach, California, to Mexican immigrant parents, Rivera released her debut album in 1999, according to her website.
She followed that up with two more albums, including the 2003 album “Farewell to Selena” — a tribute to slain Tejano star Selena Quintanilla — that increased her popularity.
She was nominated for Latin Grammy Awards in 2002, 2008 and 2011. In October, People en Español named her to its list of the 25 most powerful women.
Rivera became a single mom at the age of 15 and was the mother of five children, all of whom spoke at Wednesday’s memorial.
In 2009, Rivera made headlines when she was detained at the Mexico City airport with tens of thousands of dollars in cash. A year later, she made headlines again with the marriage to former baseball pitcher Esteban Loaiza, who played for the New York Yankees and the Los Angeles Dodgers. They later divorced. It was her third marriage.
Her over-the-top lifestyle was chronicled in “I Love Jenni” on Telemundo. The show began airing on mun2 last year, and featured her life on the road, balancing the duties of motherhood and stardom as she toured Mexico and the United States.
“My mom would fight any battle for us and for her honor, even if there was no one to fight,” her son, Trinidad “Michael” Angel Rivera recalled Wednesday. “Sometimes it seemed like she was just waking up to fight the day, to prove that in those 24 hours, she could make 35 hours worth of work.”
He asked audience members for 27 seconds of silence in honor of the victims of last week’s shooting rampage in Connecticut.
“I know my mother would have been heartbroken to hear about something like that,” he said. “Because even though for me, it was a tragedy to lose my mother at 27 years old, there were mothers who lost their children before they got the chance to find out who they were going to be, whether they were going to be singers or doctors. … They didn’t have a chance to live.”
Read more: America missed out on getting to know Jenni Rivera
Plane company investigation
Rivera performed at a concert in Monterrey on December 8 before boarding the Learjet early the next day. It lost contact with air traffic controllers about 60 miles into the trip.
The small plane was 43 years old, the state-run Notimex news agency reported, citing the Mexican director of civil aviation.
The Drug Enforcement Administration is investigating the company that owned the plane.
Court records showed that the aviation company, Starwood Management, had two planes seized this year. The DEA declined to give further details, citing an ongoing investigation.
But it confirmed that the company was in a dispute with insurance firms over accusations of of falsehoods. Starwood and its representatives have not responded to repeated CNN requests for comments.
The U.S. National Transportation Safety Board said it is helping with the investigation.
U.S. records show the airplane was substantially damaged in 2005 when it struck a runway marker near Amarillo, Texas. At the time, the plane’s pilot reported losing the ability to steer while landing the plane.
As the investigation into what caused the crash continues, family members said Wednesday that they were grateful to fans for their support and were committed to honoring Rivera’s legacy.
“The best thing you ever taught me is when you fall, you get back up,” daughter Jacqie Melina Campos said. “So that’s what I’m going to do.”
As the ceremony drew to a close, confetti fell onto the stage, and family members and fans covered Rivera’s casket with white roses.
A band played the last few bars of “I Will Survive” before a recording of Rivera’s voice boomed through the speakers.
Owner of plane in Jenni Rivera crash under DEA investigation
Journalist Victor Badillo, CNNMexico.com and CNN’s Rafael Romo, Jim Barnett, Guillermo Arduino and Leslie Tripp contributed to this report.
To the delight of the fans of country music, Ashley Monroe (of the gun Annies) recently announced that it will release a new solo album, like a Rose, in 2013. In particular, the new album is co-produced by Vince Gill and Justin Niebank, and all tracks were co-written by Ashley! Now the date has changed since the last, we talked about it, and it will now be starting on March 5 through Nashville Warner. Fortunately however, Monroe is more than willing to continue to provide a small taste of what is to come. The most recent example of the album is its single, “use“, which is beautifully sad and relatable desperately. If this air is an indication of what to expect the rest of the… Well, we’ll tell you I can not wait! Hear for yourself below!
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If there is one thing that you would expect of a festival of country music annual operational long, this is the line-up will be really great! For a list of Arizona country Thunder 2013 , this is certainly the case. We have just received the news that the country music comer (and favorite New Brunswick Weather Centre) Greg Bates and the popular Aaron Lewis have been added to the list of this year’s artists! Both are joining a group already impressive including my personal favorite, Jerrod Niemann , Lady Antebellum, Toby Keith, Eric Church, Brantley Gilbert, Lee Brice, Kip Moore and many others! The festival is to hit upwards of Florence, Arizona, 11-14 April 2013. Weekend passes will be available only to December 31, so make sure you get the ticket info below and check out the full line-up.
Did It For The Girl
publisher: Republic Nashville, published: 2012-04-24
sales rank: 226
price: $0.99 (new)
sales rank: 863276
price: $28.38 (new), $14.98 (used)
Co-produced by Jeff Lang and Tim Hall, Sleeping Patterns had been brewing in the subconscious of Jordie’s mind for nearly four years, and eventually came to fruition in the winter of 2008. Recorded in little more than five days, in the open warehouse space called Adelphia in Melbourne the album is storytelling at its rawest, gutsiest, and most fragile. Featuring guest performances by prominent roots artists Ashley Davies, Jeff Lang, Laura Jean, Liz Stringer, Garrett Costogan and Stevie Hesketh, Sleeping Patterns moves between finger pickin’ ballads, western tunes, rockin’ blues and even the odd sea shanty.
Buddy and Jim
publisher: New West Records
sales rank: 262
price: $10.70 (new), $9.90 (used)
Buddy Miller and Jim Lauderdale are two of the pioneers of Americana. Their solo recordings, songwriting, studio session work and live performances (as front men and musical directors) have made them treasures of the roots and country music scene. In an unexpected moment of inspiration, the two have collaborated to make a true duets record, trading licks and verses for one of the most inspired and fun albums of 2012.
sales rank: 35
price: $9.99 (new), $12.28 (used)
2012 release, the fifth album from the critically acclaimed Country quartet. Tornado is the first project with producer Jay Joyce (Eric Church). The album’s lead single, ‘Pontoon’, is the fastest-rising single of the band’s career and has been unofficially deemed the ”song of the summer”. Collectively, the group has earned over 25 award show nominations and has taken home the award for ACM Top New Vocal Group.