Posts Tagged ‘Nashville’
While you enjoy “Careless Hands” by Dottie West, please read the narrative about Dottie West’s life and untimely death, written by FlashBell on the Youtube channel by the same name.
The 4th of July is officially over and a new week begins today as many people go back to work. I went back to work on Facebook this morning, helping friends and fans remember real country music. Lacy J. Dalton and George Jones helped me.
Steel guitarist Bobbe Seymour sent this advice for steel guitar players. He said “I keep getting questions from everybody on how to set the Boss Digital Delay unit. It’s very simple. You set them where they sound the best when you play. I like to set them different for different tones and different tempos.
Let’s go down to 16th Avenue in Nashville with Lacy J. Dalton. Depending on what era you are from the trip may bring back thoughts of Don Law and Frank Jones. In 1961, Frank Jones moved to Nashville to join Columbia’s A&R staff.
Today we are going through the music library again, and it’s time for a Becky Hobbs CD from 1988 titled “All Keyed Up”. Piano-pounding honky-tonker Becky Hobbs was an Oklahoma native and violinist’s daughter who began playing and making up tunes at age nine.
There is a big event in Nashville and you have an opportunity to see and hear a woman TCC said has “a voice as beautiful as Patsy Cline and songs that rival the best in country music.”
Allen Karl is today’s entry in The Country Classics “Discovery” category with the song “It’s Too Early To Cry In My Beer”. Written by Harry Price and Pat Garrett and published by Red Barn Farm Publishing this honky tonk song has a Texas sound. “It’s Too Early To Cry In My Beer” is a perfect fit for our readers.
Country Music Association of Texas Hall of Famer Big Bill Lister passed away Tuesday, December 1, 2009 at 10:35 pm in San Antonio, TX. He was 86.
Country Music Talent Booker and long time manager of Faron Young, Billy Deaton passed away last night after a lengthy illness.