Sep 212013

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J.B. Beverley, what can you say about him as an artist and an all around good guy.He’s one of my favorite people in the underground music scene and the “muddy roots crowd”. I myself believe he is one of the top people that uphold tradition in music today,and it’s been a long time in the making but he’s releasing ALL NEW music under the Rusty Knuckles record label.

If you pre-order the album (which I SOON plan to do) you can enter a raffle for a railroad spike hunting knife
forged by them! I thought this was a bad assed offer,how many artists would offer to send you anything THEY actually made?
NOT MANY! He is an all-around nice guy and treats EVERY fan as if he’s known them for years,you just don’t find
a more genuine person taking the stage in this fashion in today’s day and age.

There is a direct link to his music under “Artists You Need To Know” on my main page it will take
you directly to him and you can purchase his music and merch there.
Below is a picture from Muddy Roots 2013 in Cookeville Tn from his performance where he brought out
so many legends and guests we couldn’t fit them all into the damn camera lens!

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If this article hasn’t convinced you to pre-order his new album which will be available for shipping off the website on october 22nd then there’s no much else I can do for you!

Sep 212013

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The Bluebird Cafe is thrilled to announce a benefit for The Recording Academy (the Nashville chapter) featuring Martina McBride with her co-writers The Warren Brothers, Tommy Lee James and friends. The benefit will take place at The Bluebird on October 1, 2013 @ 9:00pm. Reservations will become available Thursday, September 19, 2013 @ 8:00am Central Time via The cost is $150 for gold circle seats or $100 for regular seats. *Please note that this is a prepaid show.
About The Recording Academy: The Recording Academy Nashville Chapter, founded in 1964, provides an expansive program of professional services to meet the needs of its local music community. The Chapter continues to promote and assist a new generation of recording industry leaders by providing unique networking and outreach opportunities.

Sep 212013

Dear readers,
There is one main reason I still come to the Opry…Little Jimmy Dickens.
You cannot and will not ever argue with the fact he is the one true treasure country music has left.
We still have Ray Price and Merle Haggard..and both of them would kneel down to this man just like
Eddie Stubbs did on this video.

This man makes me cry and has made me cry my entire life, when he stood on the blessed circle
of wood and would recite “Raggedy Ann” and hold that doll up the whole auditorium is silent.
He captivates the audience both young and old and everyone loves him very much.
He’s overcome brain surgery,vocal problems and many other obstacles in his Opry
tenure which I believe other than Jean Shepherd is the longest active on the Opry.
Last night,this man came to us and left us a message and the integrity and love
he brought to the stage to see The Old Crow Medicine Show
become inducted to the Opry as members was overwhelming.

I think the world of Eddie Stubbs,he has always been a pillar of our foundation.
And to see Little Jimmy Dickens return even to just say hello and Thank You
was a true blessing.LOVE THESE PEOPLE because we aren’t promised another tommorrow
and you never know when they will pass away.
Right Now there is a true emptiness about the Opry stage…simply because our
greatest treasure is not feeling well and cannot play right now.

I’m sure I speak for THOUSANDS when I say “We Love You Jimmy Dickens.

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