Kenny Rogers Raises $60,000 For Dolly's Imagination Library
PIGEON FORGE, Tenn. (September 30, 2015) – Dolly Parton’s long time friend and duet partner Kenny Rogers returned to Dollywood this past weekend to help raise money and awareness for her Imagination Library, a book gifting program for kids from birth to age five. Just days after announcing his retirement on the TODAY show, Kenny sang to a sold-out crowd, giving everyone a night to remember at Dollywood’s D.P. Celebrity Theatre. Fans from around the world made their way to Pigeon Forge for a chance to see “The Gambler” performing songs from his treasure chest of mega hits in an intimate setting.
"You know she's an amazing person. She can take something and really grow it into something fantastic. Dolly has shipped over 70 million books! I think it’s a great idea," said Kenny Rogers. "I’m glad to be a part of this and I hope it helps!"
The autumn air of the Smokies was filled with the sweet sounds of Kenny’s hit songs throughout the park. From “Coward Of The County,” “Ruby, Don’t Take Your Love To Town,” and “The Gambler,” to “Islands In The Stream,” “Lady,” and “You Can’t Make Old Friends,” the crowd again and again erupted in thunderous applause.
When it was time to count the money, Kenny’s performance raised over $60,000 for Dolly’s Imagination Library bringing the total raised during the benefit concert series to more than $635,000.
"I'm so grateful to Kenny for wanting to help my Imagination Library," said Dolly Parton. "He's always been such a great friend to me and I’m so happy that he made time to come to Dollywood and I know the fans just loved it. Kenny, if you’re reading this, I want to you to know just how much I appreciate you and you know I’ll always love you!”
Bonnie Brown Diagnosed With Lung Cancer
From the Associated Press
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Country singer Bonnie Brown of the sibling group The Browns, who are to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame later this year, says she has lung cancer.
Brown, 78, said in a statement Monday provided to The Associated Press that she has been diagnosed with stage four adenocarcinoma right lung cancer. Her brother, Jim Ed Brown, died from cancer in June before the siblings could be inducted into the Hall of Fame in October.
The Browns, which included Jim Ed, Bonnie and Maxine Brown, had a huge crossover hit with their version of "The Three Bells" in 1959, as well as top country songs like "I Take the Chance" and "I Heard the Bluebirds Sing."
Bonnie Brown said she's being treated in Little Rock, Arkansas, and is "determined to live many more years."
Charlie Daniels Dedicates New Song For Wranglers Rodeo
LAS VEGAS, NV (September 28, 2015) – Iconic artist Charlie Daniels has produced a new song that uniquely captures the road that the cowboys endure to qualify for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas to seek the coveted Gold Buckle and title of world champion. Entitled “It Don’t Get No Better Than That,” the song is the ultimate tribute to the cowboys and Las Vegas, the city that has hosted the world’s richest and most prestigious rodeo since 1985.
The song will be available on iTunes beginning Monday, October 12. Proceeds from the song will be donated to the Justin Cowboy Crisis Fund and other organizations. During the Wrangler NFR, which takes place Dec. 3 – 12 in Las Vegas, fans can download the song for free atwww.NFRSocialArena.com.
With kicking lyrics and riffs by Charlie Daniels and his band, the song emanates with the sight and sounds of rodeo. Specific lyrics include:To be one of the Cowboys headed to Nevada to try for the December Gold/Where the lights shine bright in the clear desert night and the people come to rock and roll/Where the best of the best are put to the test and the rest might as well stay home. The chorus continues with Got to make it out to Vegas to the NFR where eight seconds in the saddle can make you a star/Where the neon glitters and the party don't ever end.
"Being such a big rodeo fan, writing a song about cowboys and cowgirls, broncs and bulls and the excitement that surrounds the Wrangler NFR in Vegas every year was a natural for me,” said Charlie Daniels. “It don't get no better than that."
The collaboration with the Wrangler NFR began long ago with Daniels’ interest in the sport and the cowboys who endure long trips, muddy arenas and battered bodies to pursue the dream of competing in Las Vegas.
“Charlie is a Wrangler National Finals Rodeo icon,” said Pat Christenson, president of Las Vegas Events. “We are proud and excited that he has penned and sung a song that tributes the experience of the Wrangler NFR and the road to get to Las Vegas.”
Entering his sixth decade producing music, Daniels has left an indelible mark on America’s musical landscape. From his Dove Award winning gospel albums to his genre-defining Southern rock anthems and his CMA Award-winning country hits, he has parlayed his passion for music into a multi-platinum career and a platform to support the military, underprivileged children and others in need.
Daniels recorded his self-titled solo album in 1970 for Capitol Records. Two years later he formed the Charlie Daniels Band and the group scored its first hit with the top ten “Uneasy Rider.” Since then the CDB has populated radio with such memorable hits as “Long Haired Country Boy,” “The South’s Gonna Do It Again,” “In America,” “The Legend of Wooley Swamp” and of course, his signature song, “The Devil Went Down to Georgia,” which won a Grammy for Best Country Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group in 1979 as well as single of the year at the Country Music Association Awards.
The CDB will perform more than 100 concert dates this year including performances on the Grand Ole Opry. The band's latest release, "Off the Grid - Doin' It Dylan," features 10 Bob Dylan songs by the CDB, and is their first CDB studio release since 2007.
Set for release on Oct. 16, Charlie Daniels brings his career spanning over 50 years full circle and is set to release Live At Billy Bob's Texas CD and DVD. The 14-track project joins The Charlie Daniels Band with the likes of legendary country artists like Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Gary Stewart, David Allan Coe, Pat Green, Randy Rogers Band, Stoney LaRue, Charlie Robison and many others as a member of the Live at Billy Bob's Texas family.
Sold out for 290 consecutive performances at the Thomas & Mack Center, the Wrangler NFR attracts the top 15 contestants in bareback riding, steer wrestling, team roping, saddle bronc riding, tie-down roping, barrel racing, and bull riding. Under the new contract with the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association that runs through 2024, the purse in 2015 will jump to $10 million. Qualification is based on the 2015 PRCA World Standings.
For more information on the Wrangler NFR, please visitwww.NFRexperience.comor through social media at /LasVegasNFR and use #WranglerNFR. For additional details about tour dates and new release information, please go towww.charliedaniels.com.
Eddie Montgomery's 19 Year Old Son Dies Following Accident
From the Facebook of Montgomery Gentry!
Unfortunately, we have to fill you in on more heartbreaking news this morning from the Montgomery Gentry family. Our sincerest love, thoughts and prayers are with Eddie and his family today.
Nashville, TN (September 27, 2015) – Eddie Montgomery, one-half of the award-winning duo Montgomery Gentry, lost his son Hunter today after an accident that had the 19-year-old on life support in a Kentucky hospital.
“My son Hunter went to heaven today,” said Eddie Montgomery (Montgomery Gentry). “I appreciate all your prayers and love and thank you for giving us privacy as we grieve and say goodbye.”
Funeral arrangements are pending.
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Taylor and Tyler Rock Out Aerosmith
Taylor Swift fans are capturing Nashville this weekend and making it Taylorville downtown! But after you hear her live performance of Aerosmith's "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing" with the band's lead singer (turned country star) Steven Tyler, you may scream Tylerville!
Saturday, Steven hung out in Hillsboro Village stopping at Pancake Pantry, Posh and the shops in the surrounding areas.
Jeannie Seely Celebrates 48 Years On The Opry
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (September 25, 2015) – As Jeannie Seely arrived at the Grand Ole Opry this weekend she made her way to her regular dressing room, number 16, the Minnie Pearl room. She changed from her street clothes and comfortable shoes to her sparkly stage clothes and not quite so comfortable high-heeled boots. She touched up her make-up and made sure her hair was just right. She warmed up with the musicians to decide which songs she would perform that night. Seasonal allergies and too much yard work meant that one of the songs she wanted to do was just out of range for her fatigued vocal chords. But she was relieved to know that she would be able to perform the song that was on her mind most of all. While Jeannie considers it a privilege and an honor to perform any night at the Grand Ole Opry, this night was even more special and she wanted to perform a song that is very special to her.“Don’t Touch Me” was her first number one song, and even won her a Grammyaward in March 1967 for Best Female Country Vocal Performance. More important than that, however, “Don’t Touch Me” brought Jeannie to the attention of the country music industry and was a catalyst toward her achieving her lifelong dream of becoming a member of the Grand Ole Opry. In September 1967 that dream became a reality. And this night, on the48 year anniversary, Jeannie can hardly believe that dream has continued all this time.
“The Grand Ole Opry has been a part of my life since I first heard it at four years old,” said Jeannie. “For many years it seemed like an impossible dream to even attend it, let alone be on it. After I started seriously pursuing my career, I made it my goal to, someday, somehow, become a member of the Opry! Although I was of course thrilled with a hit record, once “Don’t Touch Me” topped the charts, I started lobbying to be invited as a guest with membership in the back of my mind. Nothing in my career means more than being a part of that wonderful ‘family’. To me, next to the Hall of Fame, your name on that membership wall signifies, more than anything else, your place in Country Music History. Celebrating my 48th Anniversary reminds me how fast time flies when you are having a wonderful time! I feel my role now is to carry on the tradition as best I can with a helpful eye on the new talent I’m privileged to introduce who will carry this marvelous American treasure into the future for many more generations to enjoy.”
Jeannie took the stage to the roar of an enthusiastic audience. Not only did she give her distinctive moving performance on her songs, but she was fervent in her duties as segment host and gave generous, welcoming introductions to the guest artists in her segment. With her usual infectious personality, she shared a couple of fun personal stories to the delight of the audience. As she was about to close out the segment and sing her career-changing song, “Don’t Touch Me,” she shared with the audience that she was celebrating her 48 year anniversary. She was nearly moved to tears as she told the audience how grateful she is for her long successful career and for the dreams that she has achieved in her life.
“Actually I am amazed that my career is still going after all this time,“ said Jeannie. “Every year I have thought it would probably be the last time I would be asked to do...whatever! I never take for granted how fortunate I’ve been to see my dreams come true, and to make a living doing what I love most of all. There’s simply no way I can express my gratitude for the acceptance I continue to receive from the industry, my peers, and country music fans.”
As much as Jeannie loves the Opry and being a member, the Opry folks love her just as much. “I can’t imagine a picture of the Grand Ole Opry family without Jeannie Seely in it,” said Opry Vice President and General Manager Pete Fisher. “She has shared her time and talents with the Opry through each stage of her career, and we’re thankful. I admire her work ethic and gift for entertaining, and I appreciate how important it is to her to welcome new artists to the Opry stage and to foster in them the same love for the Opry that she’s had all these years. On top of all that, she’s a heck of a lot of fun for all of us to hang with backstage. I have been made aware by anonymous sources that she is already planning her 50th Opry Anniversary party. I am not surprised.”
After Jeannie finished the last notes of her closing song and accepted the long enthusiastic applause from the adoring crowd, she stepped back and let the big red Opry curtain drape to the floor in front of her. She thanked the musicians and back-up singers for another great set. She made her way to the side of the stage to chat with artists and admirers who were waiting in the wings. Eventually she started working her way back toward her number 16 dressing room which is quite a long process considering how many friends she runs into along the way. After all the many hugs and well wishes are done she finally makes it to her dressing room and changes back into her street clothes and comfortable shoes. Her last stop before she heads out the back door is by the security desk where she wishes the familiar guards goodnight and they answer with, “have a good night Jeannie, see you next week.”
Jeannie Seely is in the sixth decade of her entertainment career that began when she was 11 years old singing on a WMGW morning radio show. She has had success as an actress, author, songwriter, and singer, but mostly she is known as being an amazing entertainer. She was first to wear a mini-skirt on the Grand Ole Opry stage and has always been known as an individualist. She’s been credited with changing the image of female country performers, and her infectious humor has always been one of her trademarks. When not out touring she can be found hosting and performing at the Opry on any given weekend that she is in town.
Jeannie Seely is represented by Carrie Moore-Reed at Third Coast Talent. For booking please firstname.lastname@example.org call 615-685-3331.
Kenny Rogers Will Do World Tour Then Retire From Touring
It's sad news for all of us Country Music fans who love Kenny Rogers! The Gambler, feels it's time to "fold em" and "walk away" from touring! Kenny will embark on a world tour, then retire from the road.
All of us Kenny and Dolly fans that hoped for a reunion tour/concert will likely never see such. You can read more from his official release below!
Thank you Kenny for always being so kind to me!
NEW YORK, NY (September 25, 2015) – For the past 57 years, as sure as the sun would come up in the morning and set in the evening, there was one thing you could count on — Kenny Rogers would soon be coming to a venue near you to perform.
However, that time is now drawing to a close. Kenny Rogers announced on NBC’sThe Today Show this morning that his next world tour commencing in 2016 will be his last.
Today also marks the release his first new Christmas album inseventeen years titled: Once Again It’s Christmas (Warner Bros. / Warner Music Nashville). The festive set is Rogers’ first Christmas release since 1998 and his sixth Christmas release overall.
For more information:kennyrogers.com
Country's Family Reunion Honors Artist Legacies With New Tribute Series
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (September 24, 2015) – Taken from over 17 years of tapings, the popularCountry's Family Reuniontelevision series, airing nationally on RFD-TV, celebrates the lives and legacies of country music greats in their all-new "Tribute" series. Through their own songs and stories from the legendary artists' various appearances on the show,Country's Family Reunion brings a can't-miss series and soon-to-be-released DVD box set of episodes that can be purchased and cherished as historical timepieces.
This Friday, September 25, tune in for the anticipated premiere episode honoring the late Jim Ed Brown.
For four decades, Jim Ed Brown left an indelible mark on country music. During a seven-year run, his group, The Browns, charted numerous times, including the mega-hit “The Three Bells,” which hit No. 1 on the BillboardHot 100 Pop and Country charts, No. 10 on Billboard's Rhythm and Blues chart, and was featured in the final season ofThe Sopranos (2007). The Arkansas native enjoyed his first solo hit in 1965 and his signature song, “Pop A Top,” ruled the charts two years later. He and Helen Cornelius won CMA honors in 1976 for Duo of the Year, and the two enjoyed a string of hits throughout the ‘70s and ‘80s that included “I Don't Want To Have To Marry You” and "Saying Hello, Saying I Love You, Saying Goodbye." Brown has hosted four network television shows and a radio program, and served as a spokesperson for Dollar General Corporation and Arkansas Children’s Hospital. Though he passed away on June 11, 2015, music will forever be impacted by his down-to-earth brand of family entertainment. Jim Ed and The Browns will both be formally inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame on October 25.
Other forthcoming Country's Family Reunion "Tribute" episodes include:
October 2 – Tribute to Little Jimmy Dickens (Episode 2)
October 9 – Tribute to Grandpa Jones (Episode 3)
October 16 – Tribute to Billy Walker (Episode 4)
October 23 – Tribute to Vince Gill and Blake Shelton (Episode 5)
October 30 – Tribute to Charley Pride and Crystal Gayle (Episode 6)
*Line-ups are subject to change
Air times for Country's Family Reunion are Fridays at 8 p.m. EDT, Saturdays and Sundays at 12 a.m. EDT.
For more information on theCountry's Family Reunion"Tribute" series or to check when you'll be able to purchase your own personal copies of any of the new episodes, please visitwww.cfrvideos.com.
Country's Family Reunion is produced by Gabriel Communications.
Bellamy Brothers 40th Anniversary Tour
From Absure Publicity:
Nashville, Tenn. (September 23, 2015) - This week, country music's legendary duo the Bellamy Brothers boarded a plane for Europe to kickoff the second leg of their 40th Anniversary Tour. While overseas, David and Howard Bellamy will perform several concert dates in Norway and Switzerland before returning to the United States to play more than 20 additional shows before the year's end (see schedule below for a complete listing of all upcoming tour dates).
"This has been an incredible year," saysDavid Bellamy. "Our tour schedule has been one of the most extensive in years and the offers keep coming in. With four international tours and more than 100 dates in the US, we've yet to have an 'off' weekend."
Howard Bellamy adds, "Performing on stage is all we know... hell we've been doing it for 40 years. As long as folks keep wanting to hear our music we'll stay on the road and will continue to put out new music. Our universal fanbase continues to thrive and grow so here's to 40 more years!"
This year marks four decades in the music business for the Bellamys, one of country music's most successful duos. To celebrate their career milestone, the brothers recently released Bellamy Brothers: 40 Years, a 2-disc set containing 20 rerecorded versions of some of their classic hits as well as 20 all-new songs.
The brothers have also teamed with Susan G. Komen® to "let their love flow" for people facing breast cancer, with a new music video and campaign to benefit Komen. Now through December 31, 2016 they will donate $1 of every U.S. iTunes download of their new 40 Years album to Susan G. Komen to help fund breast cancer research, education and community outreach programs.
Bellamy Brothers 40th Anniversary Tour Schedule:
Sept 23 - Jessheim, Norway - Ullensaker Kulturehus
Sept 24 - Drammen, Norway - Drammen Theater
Sept 25 - Sandefjord, Norway - City Center
Sept 26 - Schupfart, Switzerland - Schupfarten Festival
Oct 9 - Bellville, TX - Austin County Fair
Oct 10 - Lufkin, TX - American Cancer Society Cattle Barron's Ball
Oct 13 - The Woodlands, TX - Dosey Does
Oct 14 - Waco, TX - Heart Of Texas Fair & Rodeo Extraco Events Center
Oct 16 - Houston, TX - (Texas Exes Fall Party) Firehouse Saloon
Oct 17 - La Marque, TX - Bayou Fest Highland Bayo Park
Oct 18 - Yorktown, TX - Yorktown Western Days- Texas Music Festival
Oct 19 - San Antonio, TX - 48th Annual White Game Dinner White Museum/Brackendridge Park
Oct 23 - Marion, IL - Marion Cultural & Civic Center
Oct 24 - Winchester, OH - Red Barn Convention Center
Oct 30 - Stafford, TX - Redneck Country Club
Oct 31 - Ft. Worth, TX - Stagecoach Ballroom
Nov 6 - Wendover , NV - Peppermill Concert Hall
Nov 7 - Laughlin, NV - Avi Resort & Casino
Nov 13 - Panama City Beach, FL - Automotive Hotrod Festival
Nov 14 - Pinellas Park, FL - Pinellas County Fair. England Brothers Park
Nov 27 - Waxahachie, TX - Rockett Cafe & Club
Nov 28 - Ft. Worth, TX - Whiskey Girl Saloon
Dec 4 - Hankinson, ND - Dakota Magic Casino
Dec 5 - Bristow, OK - Freeland Center For The Performing Arts
Dec 12 - Llano, TX - Lantex Theatre
About the Bellamy Brothers
For 40 years, the Bellamy Brothers have been an unassuming picture of consistency in country music, crafting honest, heartfelt songs that connect with millions of listeners around the world. Howard and David Bellamy have weathered the changing trends of the music business admirably, enjoying enormous success throughout their career with numerous No. 1 hits on both the Pop and Country charts. Evidence of the brothers' continued popularity today isn't hard to find. In 2009 alone, "Let Your Love Flow" received the distinguished BMI Five Million Performance Award and was listed at No. 68 on their Top 100 Songs of the Century. It was also prominently featured in the critically acclaimed AMC television series Breaking Bad. The '70s smash even broke into the Top 20 on the UK Country charts again – 34 years after it was first released.
Alison Krauss Wants To End Sex Slavery
Alison Krauss served as the keynote speaker at the third annual End Slavery Luncheon, held at the Music Ciry Center today.
Sex slavery workers have made their way to Tennessee and Alison and others want to do their best to stop this epidemic.
Ricky Skaggs Honored With Lifetime Achievement Award From Americana
Photo credit: Americana Music Association/Rick Diamond/Getty Images
Nashville, Tenn. (September 21, 2015) - Last Wednesday night at the Americana Music Association's annual Honors and Awards ceremony, legendary country and bluegrass singer Ricky Skaggs was awarded the organization's esteemedLifetime Achievement Award forInstrumentalist.
From the stage of the historic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee, guitar legend Ry Cooder presented Skaggs with the award.
"What a thrill to receive the Lifetime Achievement Award from one of my musical heroes, Ry Cooder. I've listened to and loved his music for so many years," notes Skaggs. "There are so many musicians who are very deserving of this great award. I'm very thankful to the Americana Music Association for this great honor. I'm glad to be part of the Americana music community. They still care about music. So do I."
During the ceremony, Skaggs, Cooder and Sharon White performed "Just Over In The Glory Land" live on-stage. The trio is currently traveling the nation on the critically-acclaimed "Cooder-White-Skaggs" tour.
Johnny Cash, Miranda a Lambert, Steve Cropper and Bud Wendell Latest
Inductees To Music City Walk of Fame
Miranda Lambert, Johnny Cash, Bud Wendell and Steve Cropper are the latest personalities to be inducted into the Music City Walk of Fame. This announcement comes just after Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood's September 10 Induction.
If you'd like to attend the Induction ceremony, it's free and takes place October 6 at 2PM in Walk of Fame Park.
Daryle Singletary Partners With Campbell's
NASHVILLE, TN (September 17, 2015) – With influences like Keith Whitley and Randy Travis, the word that bests describes the singing style of Daryle Singletary is authentic. The hard-core traditional stylist will soon entertain loyal country fans in 10 cities on the Campbell’s Soup Country Concert Tour. Daryle says, “I have more fun at these shows because I know I am singing for folks that appreciate steel guitars, fiddle and lyrics that paint a picture. I’m so happy that Campbell’s recognizes that my music speaks to their customers.”
In a recent story in Country Weekly magazine writer Bob Paxman describes Daryle’s new album There’s Still A Little Country Left: “The songs on the collection are as straightforward as the title, with three tunes in particular that lament the dearth of traditional country on the radio: the title tune, “Too Late To Save the World” and the up-front “Get Out Of My Country.” It’s Daryle’s first new record in nearly five years.
The FREE shows will take place in select Walmart parking lots across the country and is sponsored by Campbell’s, makers of America’s favorite soups. The first show kicks off near Nashville, TN in Mt. Juliet on Thursday, September 24.
09/18 Walker County Fair Chickamauga, GA
*09/24 Walmart Mt. Juliet, TN
09/25 Wanted Saloon 2 Dickson, TN
09/26 Back Creek St. Jude Trail Ride Alamo, TN
*10/01 Walmart Independence, KS
*10/02 Walmart Moore, OK
10/04 Ft. Bend County Fair & Rodeo Rosenburg, TX
*10/07 Walmart Burleson, TX
*10/08 Walmart San Antonio, TX
10/09 Austin County Fair Belleville, TX
10/10 Crocket Civic Center Crocket, TX
10/15 Rice Festival Crowley, LA
*10/16 Walmart Birmingham, AL
*10/17 Walmart Villa Rica, GA
*10/21 Walmart Orange Park, FL
*10/23 Walmart Greenville, SC
*10/24 Walmart Indian Trail, NC
About Daryle Singletary
Daryle Singletary rose to fame in the 90s with a string of successful hardcore country albums. From rural Georgia, where his father was a postmaster, Singletary moved to Nashville in 1990 to pursue a music career full time. After catching the eye and ear of his musical hero, Randy Travis, Singletary released his debut record, the self-titled Daryle Singletary (1995), which produced four Billboard Hot Country charting singles, including smash hit “I Let Her Lie,” which topped out at No. 2 on the charts. Additional hits included the 1996 single “Too Much Fun,” and 1997’s “Amen Kind of Love.” Other hit albums include 1998’s top-20 album, “Ain’t It the Truth,” and a pair of albums featuring some of Singletary’s favorite country songs, “That’s Why I Sing This Way” (2002) and “Straight From the Heart” (2009). His last album, “Rockin’ In the Country,” was released in 2009.
About Campbell Soup Company
Campbell (NYSE:CPB) is driven and inspired by our Purpose, “Real food that matters for life’s moments.” The company makes a range of high-quality soups and simple meals, beverages, snacks and packaged fresh foods. For generations, people have trusted Campbell to provide authentic, flavorful and readily available foods and beverages that connect them to each other, to warm memories, and to what’s important today. Led by its iconic Campbell’s brand, the company’s portfolio includes Pepperidge Farm, Bolthouse Farms, Arnott’s, V8, Swanson, Pace, Prego, Plum,Royal Dansk,Kjeldsens and Garden Fresh Gourmet. Founded in 1869, Campbell has a heritage of giving back and acting as a good steward of the planet’s natural resources. The company is a member of the Standard & Poor’s 500 and the Dow Jones Sustainability Indexes. For more information, visit www.campbellsoupcompany.com or follow company news on Twitter via @CampbellSoupCo.
James Robert Webb Signs With Absolute Publicity
Nashville, Tenn. (September 17, 2015) - Bison Creek Recordsrecording artist James Robert Webb has signed on with Absolute Publicityfor exclusive public relations representation.
"I'm thrilled to be signing with Absolute Publicity during a time my fan base is growing and my music is reaching more and more people," says Webb. "I strive to create music with broad appeal that stands the test of time, so it's an honor to be among the roster of legendary country artists that Absolute Publicity represents. I look forward to living up to the name that Absolute represents."
Webb's current single, "Makin' Love Tonight" is at country radio now.
For more information on James Robert Webb, visitwww.jamesrobertwebb.com.
Photo credit: David Abbott
Dollywood's Southern Gospel Jubilee Artist Lineup
Aaron & Amanda Crabb
|The Pines Theater||October 26|
|The Allen Family||Showstreet Palace||October 7 & 8|
|The Arenos||The Valley Theater||October 24 & 25|
|The Ball Brothers||The Pines Theater(Oct. 5) & Showstreet Palace (Oct. 28)||October 5 & 28|
|The Bilderbacks||The Valley Theater||October 22 & 23|
|Booth Brothers||The Pines Theater||October 15 & 16|
|The Bowlings||The Pines Theater||October 9 & 10|
|Brian Free & Assurance||The Pines Theater||October 2 & 3|
|The Browders||The Pines Theater||October 11 & 12|
|The Carolina Boys Quartet||Showstreet Palace||October 4 & 5|
|Chapel Road||The Back Porch Theater||October 5|
|Chronicle||The Valley Theater||October 29 & 30|
|The Collingsworth Family||Celebrity Theater||October 7|
|Dallas West||The Back Porch Theater||October 15 & 21|
|The Dixie Echoes||The Pines Theater||October 14|
|The Dove Brothers||The Pines Theater||October 17 & 18|
|The Dunaways||Showstreet Palace||October 24 & 25|
|Eighth Day||The Valley Theater||October 8 & 9|
|Ernie Haase & Signature Sound||Celebrity Theater||October 4 & 5|
|The Erwins||Showstreet Palace||October 16 & 17|
|The Florida Boys||Showstreet Palace||October 23|
|The Foothills Quartet||The Back Porch Theater||October 4 & 23|
|The Furrows||The Valley Theater||October 31|
|The Gibsons||The Back Porch Theater||October 17 & 29|
|Gold City||The Pines Theater||October 23 - 25|
|Gordon Mote||Celebrity Theater||October 11 & 12|
|Great Day||The Valley Theater||October 3|
|Greater Vision||The Pines Theater||October 7 & 8|
|The Griffins||The Back Porch Theater||October 18 & 19|
|The Guardians||Showstreet Palace (Oct 2.) & The Valley Theater (Oct. 5)||October 2 & 5|
|Guy Penrod||Celebrity Theater||October 16 & 17|
|Heartline||The Back Porch Theater||October 21 & 22|
|Heavens Mountain Band||The Valley Theater||October 17 & 18|
|His Mercies||The Back Porch Theater||October 12 & 14|
|The Hoppers||Celebrity Theater||October 14 & 15|
|The Hyssongs||Showstreet Palace||October 14 & 15|
|The Inspirations||Celebrity Theater||October 18|
|The Isaacs||Celebrity Theater||October 19|
|Jeff & Sheri Easter||The Pines Theater||October 30 & 31|
|Jimmy Fortune||Showstreet Palace||October 30 & 31|
|Jordan Amburn & Adoration||The Back Porch Theater||October 7|
|JP Miller||The Back Porch Theater||October 11 & 28|
|Justin Terry||The Back Porch Theater||October 4 & 8|
|Karen Peck & New River||Celebrity Theater||October 2 & 3|
|The Kingsmen||Celebrity Theater||October 8|
|Lakeside||The Back Porch Theater||October 10 & 18|
|Lauren King||The Back Porch Theater||October 7 & 24|
|Lindsey Graham||The Valley Theater||October 26|
|Lineage of David||The Valley Theater||October 19 & 21|
|The Lore Family||The Back Porch Theater||October 2 & 19|
|Mark Dubbeld Family||The Valley Theater||October 12|
|The Martins||The Pines Theater||October 29 - 31|
|Master's Voice||The Pines Theater||October 19|
|The McKameys||Celebrity Theater||October 9 & 10|
|The Michael Frost Trio||The Valley Theater||October 28|
|Michael Wayne Smith||The Back Porch Theater||October 2 & 12|
|Mountain Faith||The Pines Theater||October 4|
|Mountain Joy||The Valley Theater||October 10 & 11|
|Mylon Hayes Family||Showstreet Palace||October 9 & 10|
|The Nelons||The Pines Theater||October 28|
|New Ground||The Back Porch Theater||October 9 & 10|
|New Road 2||The Back Porch Theater||October 5|
|The Omega Quartet||The Back Porch Theater||October 30 & 31|
|The Partons||The Back Porch Theater||October 9 & 16|
|Pauline Patterson||The Back Porch Theater||October 22 & 25|
|The Perrys||The Pines Theater||October 28 & 29|
|The Phillips Family||The Valley Theater||October 15 & 16|
|The Porter Family||The Back Porch Theater||October 8 & 24|
|Purpose Quartet||The Back Porch Theater||October 15 & 29|
|Riders in the Sky||Showstreet Palace||October 21 & 22|
|The Roarks||The Back Porch Theater||October 3 & 26|
|Ron Brewer||The Back Porch Theater||October 14 & 23|
|Sacred Calling||The Back Porch Theater||October 11 & 30|
|Skyline Boys||Showstreet Palace||October 3 & 11 - 12|
|Steve Ladd||The Valley Theater||October 7|
|The Talleys||The Pines Theater||October 21 & 22|
|Terry Collins||The Back Porch Theater||October 26 & 31|
|Three Parts Grace||The Valley Theater||October 4|
|Tommy Spencer||The Back Porch Theater||October 3 & 25|
|Tribute Quartet||Showstreet Palace||October 29|
|Triumphant Quartet||The Pines Theater||October 25 & 26|
|Troy Burns Family||The Valley Theater||October 2 & 14|
|The Wisecarvers||The Back Porch Theater||October 16 & 17|
|The Wright Family||The Back Porch Theater||October 28|
*All information is subject to change without notice.*
While at Dollywood visit the Southern Gospel Music Association Hall of Fame and Museum. Lots of incredible artifacts from greats like Dottoe Rambo.