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Top 10 Super Country Hits - March 17, 2007 - 10th Survey - Sixth Year
songs rated based on points system from radio and tv play
a.. 1 - Carrie Underwood - All-American Girl
b.. 2 - Alan Jackson - Small Town Southern Man
c.. 3 - Kenny Chesney/George Strait - Shiftwork
d.. 4 - Chuck Wicks - Stealing Cinderella
e.. 5 - Brad Paisely-Letter To Me
f.. 6 - Trace Adkins - You're Gonna Miss This
g.. 7 - Chris Cagle - What Kinda Gone
h.. 8 - Taylor Swift - I'm Only Me When I'm With You
i.. 9 - Rodney Atkins - Cleaning This Gun
j.. 10 - James Otto - Just Got Started Lovin You
Hot Rising Single - Tim McGraw - Kristofferson
Keep An Eye On Single - Gary Allan - Learning How To Bend
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COUNTRY MUSIC'S AWARD WINNING VOCALIST AND SONGWRITER, RICHIE McDONALD,
RELEASES HIS DEBUT CONTEMPORARY CHRISTIAN PROJECT JUNE 3, 2008
I TURN TO YOU
Nashville, TN (March 7, 2008) ---- One of Country music's premiere vocalists
and respected songwriters, Richie McDonald, will release his debut
Contemporary Christian project, I Turn To You, on June 3, 2008. The CD was
produced by McDonald's long-time friend, Frank Myers, and McDonald co-wrote
all but two songs on the album. The project will be distributed by Lucid
Artist and will be available at retail outlets nationwide including Family
Christian stores and Walmart.
"I've always wanted to do this kind of album. I just thought it was time,"
says McDonald. "I just feel like I'm doing music that really makes a
difference. I'm doing what I'm supposed to be doing now and it feels right
in my heart."
"I am extremely honored to partner with Richie and help him connect with
retailers & the Christian community nationwide," says Greg Lucid, President,
Lucid Artist. "It has been a long time since the Christian music community
rallied behind, supported and effectively launched a new artist. I feel
confident Richie has both the talent and message and it's resonating with
retailers like Walmart and Family Christian stores. I know that when people
hear the lyrics and meet Richie that they will instantly see why he is so
I Turn To You is a compelling project with songs that give hope, encourage
faith, and give glory to our wonderful God. The title song is the first
single that will be going for adds at radio on March 14th. Other songs
include, "He's Alive," that makes a powerful Easter message with the
confirmation that Christ is alive and active in our lives, "Handle With
Prayer" is a testimony about the power of prayer and the results it has on
our lives, and "What Would He Do," which is about living a life faithful to
Jesus' teachings. "Hey God" will be familiar to McDonald's fans as it's an
acoustic version of the Lonestar hit that he wrote for the band.
McDonald is the former vocalist for Country's supergroup, Lonestar, and
surprised the music row community by leaving the band after 16 years to
pursue a solo career. McDonald wrote three #1 songs for Lonestar, "My Front
Porch," "Mr. Mom," and "I'm Already There," and was honored by BMI as
Songwriter Of The Year in 2003. McDonald's music is now on mainstream rock
stations as the best-selling English group, Westlife, has done a cover
version of "I'm Already There," which was co-written by McDonald, Frank
Myers, and Gary Baker.
For tour updates and additional information on McDonald's upcoming new
Country project in 2008 please visit, www.richiemcdonald.com
The Charlie Daniels Band Announces Dates For "2008 Volunteer Jam Tour"
(Nashville, Tennessee - March 12th, 2008) On April 11th, The Charlie Daniels
Band will kick-off the 2008 Volunteer Jam Tour. This year's dates will
feature an exciting lineup including 38 Special and Shooter Jennings.
The Volunteer Jam started in 1974 when Daniels wanted to record Fire On The
Mountain in front of a live audience. The War Memorial Auditorium in
downtown Nashville set the stage as Daniels' friends joined in on a "jam"
The 2008 Volunteer Jam Tour dates are:
4-11-08 Harris, MI - Island Resort & Casino
4-12-08 Harris, MI - Island Resort & Casino
4-18-08 West Palm Beach, FL - Cruzan Amphitheatre
4-19-08 Winger Haven, FL - Cypress Gardens
4-24-08 Bartlesville, OK - Million Dollar Elm Casino
4-25-08 Fayetteville, AR - Dickson Street Music Festival
4-26-08 Kinder, LA - Coushatta Casino Resort
5-9-08 Lake Buena Vista, FL - House of Blues
5-10-08 Valdosta, GA - Wild Adventures
5-16-08 N. Myrtle Beach, SC - Hard Rock Park
5-17-08 Tuscumbia, AL - Alabama Music Hall of Fame
5-28-08 Colorado Springs, CO - World Arena
5-29-08 Albuquerque, NM - Isleta Gaming Casino Showroom
5-30-08 Salt Lake City, UT- Usana Amphitheatre
5-31-08 Las Vegas, NV - Orleans Arena
6-1-08 Tucson, AZ - Anselmo Valencia Amphitheatre
6-6-08 Indio, CA - Fantasy Springs Casino Event Center
6-7-08 Kelseyville, CA - Konocti Field Amphitheatre
6-8-08 Palmdale, CA - Palmdale Amphitheatre
6-19-08 Westbury, NY - North Fork Theatre
6-20-08 Champion, PA - Seven Springs Mountain Resort
6-21-08 Guilford, NH - Meadowbrook Musical Arts Center
6-28-08 Hoffman Estates, IL - Sears Centre
7-4-08 Blue Ash, OH - Blue Ash Sports Center
7-18-08 Sevierville, TN - Smokies Stadium
7-19-08 Baltimore, MD - Pier Six Concert Pavilion
8-8-08 Sedalia, MO - Missouri State Fair
8-9-08 West Allis, WI - Wisconsin State Fair
8-12-08 Des Moines, IA - Iowa State Fair
8-14-08 Lewisburg, WV - State Fair of West Virgina
Going into his 50th year in the Music Industry, Charlie Daniels has scored
hits on the rock, country, pop and Christian charts and counts awards from
the Country Music Association (CMA), Academy of Country Music (ACM),
TNN/Music City News Awards, and the Gospel Music Association (GMA) among his
many accolades. His signature song, "The Devil Went Down to Georgia," topped
both country and pop charts, bringing him international acclaim. Daniels'
current Blue Hat/Koch Records CD release, Deuces, is his first duet album
and features guest artists Travis Tritt; Bonnie Bramlett; Gretchen Wilson;
Vince Gill; Earl, Gary & Randy Scruggs; Dolly Parton; Darius Rucker; The Del
McCoury Band; Brenda Lee; Brooks & Dunn; Marty Stuart; Montgomery Gentry;
and Brad Paisley.
After more than two decades together, 38 Special is still playing more than
100 shows per year. And at every one of them, thousands of audience members
are completely blindsided by the power and muscle of the band's performance.
"When we come out, people are like, 'Whoa! It's like a freight train rolling
over them...'" says vocalist/guitarist Don Barnes. While most associate the
group with its arena-rock '80s pop smashes, these days the band's harder
edge is what is immediately noticeable. Barnes says it's all about
maintaining the intensity that they deliver in their live shows.
Singer/Songwriter Shooter Jennings' third studio album THE WOLF received
mass critical acclaim by the nation's top music critics who described the
album as a "stirring blend of tough rockers and heart-on-the-sleeve country"
(American Songwriter). Jennings is working hard to prepare the new material
for what looks to be his busiest tour schedule in career history, while
making time for recent television appearances on CSI: Crime Scene
Investigation, The Late Show with David Letterman and The Tonight Show with
For more information on the Charlie Daniels Band, go to
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Peter & The Rowers
The brand new single "Long Gone Loner" from Peter & The Rowers featuring
country superstar Joe Diffie is coming to the radio on the April's HOTDISC
and M-T-M #28.
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You can hear the song at the official Peter & The Rowers myspace site
Kassie DePaiva, Zane Lewis and Ansel Brown Lit Up CRS-39
Clients of so much MOORE media Get TV, Radio & Online Exposure
Nashville, TN - Artists Kassie DePaiva, Zane Lewis and Ansel Brown lit up
this year's Country Radio Seminar, giving numerous interviews, taking
endless photos and making the rounds at hospitality suites and showcases
around Music City.
ABC daytime star and 5 Points Records' artist Kassie DePaiva (shown here
with Suzanne Alexander of GAC Nights) discussed her current album, I WANT TO
LOVE YOU, with radio and TV outlets during her two-day CRS stint. Featured
radio coverage includes: Jones Radio, Premiere Radio, CMT Radio,
Dial-Global, United Stations and Huntsman Entertainment's HitMakers. March
television/online appearances include Inside Music Row, American Music
Channel, BlueHighways TV, Country Music Facts & News, Cybercountry and
Zane Lewis started his week early with visits to the CMA and Country Weekly.
His next three days were filled with interviews with CMT Radio, Your Country
Review radio show, Cybercountry, Voice of Country, Digital Rodeo and
EnterTEENment News - to name a few. Additional features promoting his ZANE
LEWIS CD (due in stores March 25) will air this month on video and TV
outlets: Cross Country Show, American Music Channel, Inside Music Row and
BlueHighways TV. Lewis caught up with fellow Texan Jack Ingram after taping
an interview for United Stations Radio Network.
Ansel Brown (one of the CMA's Who New To Watch In 2008) hit town with IPAK
Records' label head and NFL Pro Bowler Sean Gilbert in tow. Ansel made the
most of the week, interviewing with Y'all Wire, Digital Rodeo, Travellin'
TV, Voice of Country, Cross Country Show, American Music Channel, Men.com
Country Hound and CMR Nashville, among others. The Charlotte, North Carolina
resident is laying the groundwork for his May album release, YOU'RE JUST
SMOKE. Ansel is shown here with CMT Radio's Lindsey Roznovsky.
For more information log on to: www.somuchmoore.com
Song Writer's Fest Opens Registration for 2008 Season
Nashville,TN March 9, 2008
Songwriters of every genre converge on Music Row for The Nashville
SongWriters Festival on the third week of June, each year. It's part
festival, part music conference, part business networking opportunity and
part gathering of old friends. Tune smiths share their original music on
multiple outdoor stages and Open Sing Rings located directly on Music Row.
Writers can also attend classes, workshops, and Q & A sessions about the
craft and business of songwriting between jam sessions. Another fest feature
is the Open House held by participating music related businesses where
writers drop by to ask questions, exchange samples or discuss what part they
play in the music biz. The live performances, education and Open House are
concurrently running events. Attendees take in all or parts and can play it
"The fest is open to all forms of songwriting, from the novice to the
professional. There are no pre qualifications to play or attend. Everyone is
encouraged to come as they are. All attendees will have the opportunity to
share their words or music and find their place in the mix. The festival is
not a contest or competition which makes for a more relaxing creative
atmosphere,"says festival producer Cornelius "Popcorn" Robertson. There is
no set registration fee to attend the fest, Each individual determines how
they can contribute to help be a part of the music magic."
"Last year Curb Music, Artist Partners and others helped out with stage
locations. Staff writers from Sony/BMG, Warner-Chappell/Ash Street Music,
Curb and many others chipped in some top notch songwriting talent, Brian
White, Dillon Dixon, Don Poythress, Billy Montana to name a few." Popcorn
continues, "Industry professionals Dave Gibson, Stan Web, and others hit
writers hosted sessions at the Writers Retreat. Sure Fire Music participated
in the Open House and so on. ASCAP, BMI and SESAC writers all came together.
Publishers, recording studios, producers, song pluggers, managers, and
others were in attendance as a broad spectrum of the industry, past, present
and future were there getting the feel."
"This June 20-22, another historical gathering begins to shape up as Stella
Parton (27+ charted songs) to Guitar master Boomer Castleman (inventor of
the Palm Pedal guitar) throw down at this years congregation to celebrate
the spirit of the songwriter. Many special guest and surprises await but the
real featured writer is you, as we glimpse into the past, present and future
of songwriting together."
Sign up's are open for the 2008 season. For more information visit
, call 615-424-1491 or email
For those interested in helping to promote
the fest, please forward this email to your songwriting and music related
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The Celebration 2008 Announces Schedule of Events and Initial Participating
Two-Day Event to Celebrate Nashville and Raise Funds for Feed the Children
and The Minnie Pearl Foundation
NASHVILLE, TN -- Organizers of The Celebration 2008, a two-day fundraising
event created to celebrate Nashville, enhance community spirit, and raise
money to give back to the community, announced today the schedule of events
taking place April 7-8, 2008. This first annual Celebration will benefit
Feed the Children and The Minnie Pearl Foundation.
The Celebration 2008 kicks off on Monday, April 7 at 10 a.m. with a Feed the
Children food distribution event in downtown Nashville. Five loaded tractor
trailers will arrive to supply food for 2,000 Nashville families in need.
Nashville Metro officials, local business community leaders, and celebrity
volunteers will be on hand to assist with the distribution. This is the
largest Feed the Children food drop in any American city outside of New York
A VIP Golf Pairings Party hosted by Richie McDonald, former lead singer of
Lonestar, begins that evening at 6 p.m., at Sheraton Music City Hotel in
Nashville, with a reception for sponsors, dignitaries and celebrities.
Dinner begins at 7 PM followed by pairings being picked for the Celebrity
Golf Tournament. This special evening also consists of a live and silent
auction, and a songwriter's round of music featuring prominent names in
The Celebration 2008 Celebrity Golf Tournament takes place on Tuesday, April
8, at The Hermitage Golf Course, a Golf Digest four-star rated course.
Breakfast and tournament registration begins at 8:30 a.m. with a 10:00 a.m.
shotgun start. Four person teams will be paired with their celebrity for
this 18-hole modified scramble event.
Confirmed celebrities to participate in The Celebration 2008 so far include:
Richie McDonald; former NFL players Jim McMahon, Billie Joe Tolliver, and
Wesley Walls; NFL players Craig Hendricks (Tennessee Titans), Scott Wells
(Green Bay Packers), Brian Urlacher (Chicago Bears); Grammy-winner Aaron
Neville; Country artists Steve Azar, Heidi Newfield, Bryan White, The
Oakridge Boys and Ira Dean; songwriter and producer Steve "The Colonel"
Cropper; PGA Tour golfer John Daly; and CNN Headline News sports anchor,
Following the Golf Tournament is an All-Star Jam Session at The Cadillac
Ranch, located on Nashville's famous Lower Broadway Strip. The concert,
beginning at 7:00 pm, will feature several of Music City's favorite artists
and many special guests. Donations at the door will benefit Feed the
Children and The Minnie Pearl Cancer Foundation. Advance tickets will be
available for sale two weeks prior to the event.
Sponsoring the Celebration 2008 is The Mantria Foundation, established by
the Mantria Corporation - the leading green developers in Middle Tennessee -
to extend its passion for doing positive work by investing in causes whose
mission is improving the health of children and communities. Organizations
that have benefitted from the The Mantria Foundation include Easter Seals,
the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation and the Juvenile Diabetes
Event organizers, Marvin Baker and Ann Gillis of Baker/Gillis Film &
Television Syndication, are the producers of "Celebrate Music City," a
12-month, 2008 television campaign currently airing in middle Tennessee on
70 channels via the Comcast cable system platform. Comcast's "Celebrate
Music City" is a celebrity and CEO-driven campaign designed to reaffirm the
fact that Nashville is a great place to live, work and invest. Baker
comments, "The spirit of this campaign has resonated throughout the state.
Celebrities and corporate executives have come to us asking how we can take
it further to do even more to enhance the community spirit and bring people
together for a worthy cause. This inaugural event is already shaping up to
be one of the largest community events in Nashville and we look forward to
continuing this event for many years to come."
"It's amazing what can happen when a Nashville team comes together" says
Comcast Spotlight, General Manager, Lisa Dean. "At Comcast Spotlight, we
encourage our account executives to get involved with local charities and
promotions as much as possible. We're delighted to be working with
celebrities and Nashville CEOs to celebrate the promotion of Music City.
Initiatives like Comcast's "Celebrate Music City" television campaign and
the Celebration Golf Event are terrific. We love to participate with
hometown projects that make sense and deliver a positive impact in our
For additional and ticketing information, please e-mail
, call Todd Armstrong at High Life Events at
615-418-4836, or visit www.thecelebrationevent.org
Jeff Griffith is Country Weekly's Who's New in March 24 Issue - On
Texan Got "Music Fever" After Winning Eighth-Grade Talent Show
Nashville, TN (March 11, 2008) - Texas recording artist Jeff Griffith snags
the "Who's New" feature in the March 24 issue of Country Weekly magazine,
in stores now. Griffith and CW columnist Chris Neal discussed everything
from recording Jeff's debut album, IF IT AIN'T ONE THING IT'S ANOTHER, with
producer Joe Stampley, to his musical influences -Vern Gosdin, George Jones,
Hank Williams, Jr. The tell-all surprise? Jeff got "music fever" when he
won an eighth-grade talent show singing "Johnny B. Goode."
Log on to www.jeffgriffith.net
to learn more about why the CMA named Jeff
one of the "Who New To Watch Artists In 2008." For interviews, email
or call Martha at 615-746-3994.
A Memo From Gene & Micki Farington
Here are the Latest Digital Downloads that are Available to you
and Your Radio Station.
We have just put up the Following Downloads -
God's Country Radio Show Week 7 - with Leon Joplin &
Texas Gospel - with
Christian Country Review No 934 - with Doug DeRamus
Country Gospel Connection Radio Hour
for 8 Mar 08 - with
Gene & Micki Farington
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and we will send it to you.
We have now Started Booking our Branson Holiday Cruise - it is now Up & we
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A 5-Day Western Caribbean Cruise - Leaving from
On the Carnival Cruise Ship "Ecstasy"
Leaving Port: Monday, December 8, 2008
Returns to Port: Saturday, December 13, 2008
Prices are different depending on the type of cabin
We will have the following Artist's singing on board the ship.
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We would love to have you and your friends to join us. If you are
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Please give us a call at: 870-741-1407 or go to BRANSON HOLIDAY CRUISE
Also, if you would be interested in setting up a cruise for your station,
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Let us help you with it. We work with enough Great Artists - Teachers and
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Until the Next Time.
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"You Just Don't Get It"
Cheryl K Warner has released "You Just Don't Get It", the third single from
her upcoming Fantasy cd. "You Just Don't Get It" was written by Jerry
Gillespie and Dan Willis and is a bold, upbeat, attitude song about a
"As soon as I heard the writers' demo, I wanted to record it," says Cheryl
K. "I felt that the lyrics of the song would certainly strike a note with
women and that it might possibly enlighten men to appreciate and accept
their women just the way they are."
Combining the honesty of her country roots with the heart of gospel and the
energy of rock, Cheryl K.'s voice provides a mirror in which her listeners
see reflections of their lives and of their dreams. Cheryl K. has a
friendly, easy going nature, and a genuine rapport with her fans. If her
personality and sunny smile don't warm you all over, her
straight-from-the-heart vocals will do the trick.
The Fantasy cd, which includes "Dreams" (the debut single that appeared on
the New Music Weekly Indie Top 30 Chart), "It's the Way That You Do It" (the
follow-up single), and "You Just Don't Get It", is scheduled for release
later this year.
For more information, please contact Wildfire Publicity. Photos, MP3s or the
cd single, and interviews available to the media by request. MP3s are also
available to radio on our download page and on Airplay Direct.
About Wildfire Publicity
Wildfire Publicity was started by Laura Claffey as LC*PR. Laura is a
freelance publicist and does publicity for things music related:
artists/bands, books, auctions, etc. Laura is a Belmont University graduate
(2002), who interned for a year with an independent country music label and
for a short period of time with a public relations firm. She has been doing
full publicity since 2001.
Current clients include Skyla Spencer, Leon Seiter, Vin Lamar, Cheryl K
Warner, Tracy Stefans, & Slim Fatz.
Hank Cochran Honored By The North American Country Music Associations
International On Sunday, March 16
New Hall of Fame Inductee Will Perform At Awards Show In Pigeon Forge, TN
Nashville, TN (March 4, 2008) - Legendary singer/songwriter Hank Cochran
will be inducted into the North American Country Music Associations
International's Hall of Fame on Sunday, March 16. The awards show, held at
the Country Tonite Theater (129 Showplace Blvd., Pigeon Forge), includes an
acoustic performance by Hank as well.
The purpose of NACMAI (www.nacmai.org
) is to nurture and perpetuate the
history of country music, and their mission makes Cochran an obvious choice
for this award. "It's truly an honor for me," Cochran says. "I'm very
thankful they believe I am worthy."
Cochran epitomizes the goals of the organization; he is one of the true
legends of country music, and he continues to work tirelessly at his craft.
His songs have ruled the country (and pop) charts since the 1960s -
beginning with recordings by artists like Patsy Cline, Ray Price, George
Jones and Willie Nelson through to the present, with cuts by George Strait,
Lee Ann Womack and Reba McEntire. Songs like "Make The World Go Away,"
"Ocean Front Property," "Don't You Ever Get Tired Of Hurting Me" and "The
Chair" have emerged from his pen to fill a vast catalog - and his even
This isn't the first honor for this living legend. In 1974, Cochran was
inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame - and remains the only
inductee ever to receive a unanimous vote during the nomination process. He
has received over 21 B.M.I. Million-Air awards, including one for over two
million plays of Patsy Cline's classic take on "I Fall To Pieces." His own
recordings have endured throughout the years, and he is a faithful supporter
not only of other recording artists, but of other writers, songwriter
festivals and workshops around the globe.
Visit Hank online at www.hankcochran.com
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615- 746-3994 or email@example.com
CRB Releases Attendance Figures for CRS-39
New Agenda Committee Chair Named
Nashville, Tenn. (March 10th, 2008) - Attendance figures for the 39th Annual
Country Radio Seminar (CRS-39) have been released.
This years total attendance figure was 2,607, including 1,893 full
registrants (including exhibitors, panelists and sponsors) and 714
participant registrants. Participant registrants attend as part of the
event, but do not register for the full seminar. Those related events
include the Thursday Music Industry Town Meeting and the Friday Radio Sales
This represents a 9%% decrease over last year when the combined total was
According to CRB Treasurer, Jeff Walker of AristoMedia, "While attendance
was down this year, the actual ratio of radio to music industry attendees
remained almost identical to last year. Single panel registration was flat
over the past two years. Given the fact that travel costs continue to rise
and that uncertainty about the economy is widespread we anticipated a small
decline in attendance going into the event. Given the fact that we held the
early bird registration rate at the same level as last year and provided
almost an additional half day of activities, we feel very positive about the
continued value of the event for our registrants."
Country Radio Broadcasters' President Becky Brenner further noted, "Response
to this year's seminar was extremely positive from our attendees with many
high points. We achieved a great balance between education and entertainment
and are already looking forward to celebrating our 40th anniversary next
year in a big way."
In Board and Agenda news, re-elected as officers are Becky Brenner (KMPS
Seattle) President; Bill Mayne Vice President; Carole Bowen (WKIS Miami)
Secretary and Jeff Walker (AristoMedia/Marco Promotions) Treasurer.
Bob Moody, VP Programming of Regents Communications, was newly elected to
Keith Kaufman (WSIX Nashville) was named Agenda Chair for the upcoming year
and Bob Reeves (Warner Bros. Nashville) was named Agenda Vice-Chair.
CRS-40 will be March 4-6, 2009 at the Nashville Convention Center,
For further information on CRS-39 and the Country Radio Broadcasters can be
obtained by visiting www.crb.org
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