Posts Tagged ‘Leslie Sloan’
Tru Country, this year’s hottest traditional country music show on RFD TV, featured Miss leslie Sloan and Leona Williams this weekend on episode thirteen.
Episode twelve of Tru Country from the Circle T Arena in Hamilton Texas, a television show on RFD TV that is growing in popularity every week, featured Heather Myles and Miss Leslie Sloan with the first song of the night, “Right Or Wrong”. The two sound beautiful together and their voices blend beautifully.
Many people work very hard promoting and helping traditional country music artists. Richard Booth is one of those people. His dedication to traditional country music is an example for us all, but Richard works behind the scenes like so many of us. For example, Richard recently produced Landon Dodd’s music video “Call Of The Wine”, seen here on Youtube. As you can see Richard did an outstanding job. The CD is now available on CD Baby.
Trace Adkins’ tour bus was involved in an accident early Saturday morning around 9:30 am in north Louisiana. The bus was in route to a concert in Bossier City when a pickup truck crossed the center line into the tour bus. The driver and passenger in the pickup truck were killed upon impact. Adkins was not on the bus. Band members were taken to the hospital and will be fine but are pretty banged up. (photo courtesy of WTVF News Channel 5)
Episode seven of Tru Country opened with James Hand singing “The Parakeet”, and it was a great start to the show. The band was hot, as always, and James Hand was a treat to see. Viewers haven’t seen James Hand since the first show of the season.
Miss Leslie and Her Juke-Jointers play honky tonk country music with a 50s and 60s flair. Combining original material (mainly written by Miss Leslie) along with obscure country tunes that they have unearthed from the 50s and 60s, the band opens up new sounds in a retro honky-tonk setting.