Be sure to check out and tell your friends about the new release from Peter Keys – Autopsy-Turvy is now available from CDBaby.
Source: Native American Music Awards Press Release
New York, NY — The Native American Music Association, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) has just released a special benefit CD entitled, WOLF, featuring songs from award-winning and nominated recording artists in an effort to honor and pay tribute to the wolf, especially the Gray Wolf which may become delisted as an endangered species.
The WOLF CD is being released nationally on Thursday, January 16th or during a full Wolf Moonreferred to by Native Peoples because wolves could be heard howling and echoing on the clear moonlit snow-covered nights of January. The WOLF CD retails for $9.99 and is available nationally for purchase through Amazon.com. The CD is also available on the NAMA website www.NAMALIVE.com as a digital download or hard copy.
WOLF features songs by various tribal nation voices and wolf clan members including; Jack Gladstone (Blackfeet), Jimmy Lee Young (Mayan) & international Swiss artist Davide Buzzi, Joanne Shenandoah (Oneida), Joe Firecrow (Northern Cheyenne), Lee Plentywolf & The PlentyWolf Singers (Lakota), The Gray Wolf Blues Band (Yaqui), Jan Michael Looking Wolf (Grand Ronde), Bobby Bullet St Germaine (Lac du Flambeau), Austrian group Big City Indians, world music duo Painted Raven, Rushingwind & Mucklow (Cashuilla/Opata), Silverwolf (Cherokee), a special bonus track for the download version by Wade Fernandez (Menominee) and more including artist Cal Silverfox’s (Apache’) own little set of howling wolf pups he’s helping to raise which can be heard on the CD.
The CD which aims to honor and pay tribute to the wolf, will be donated as a fundraiser for the NY Wolf Conservation Center (http://www.nywolf.org
The concept behind the CD was sparked when NAMA Founder, Ellen Bello, made a visit with Ambassador Wolf, Atka, at the NY Wolf Conservation Center who was recently featured on NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams and following news that the Gray Wolf may be removed from endangered species protections.
Currently, the Idaho Fish and Game Commission calls for hiring a hunter-trapper to eliminate two of six packs of wolves due to a low elk population. In 1995 – 1996 the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service introduced 35 wolves into Idaho, augmenting several lone wolves living in the state. In 2002, Idaho had 300 wolves and the number was growing; the Legislature approved a state management plan. In 2011, Congress removed wolves from the threatened species list in the states of Idaho, Montana, eastern Oregon, eastern Washington and northern Utah. Wolf and wildlife advocates believe that removing any protections are premature.
At one time there were hundreds of thousands of wolves that roamed the lower 48 states. Today, there are 5,000 – 6,000 remaining after facing extinction.
Native American music was distinctly born outdoors and is expressly connected to the nature world and all related living things. The Native American Music Association which also presents the annual Native American Music Awards is the world’s largest professional membership-based organization for contemporary and traditional Native American music initiatives.
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Source: Webster PR
Exclusive Pre-Order Bundle Now Available
Nashville, Tenn. (September 13, 2013) – Multi-Platinum and seven-time GRAMMY winning icon Randy Travis is set to release his 21st studio album a day earlier than previously announced, on September 30th on Warner Bros. Records. The album, titled Influence Vol. 1: The Man I Am, is available for pre-order today on RandyTravis.com.
Travis and his music has been a major influence to other country artists throughout his celebrated career thus far. In his new album, Influence Vol. 1: The Man I Am, Travis looks back at some of the songs and artists that were instrumental in crafting his musical career, including Merle Haggard, George Jones, Lefty Frizzell, among others. “When I think of my musical heroes of yesteryear, or the younger stars of this year, I am reminded that it is true we learn from the ones ahead of us, and teach the ones that follow. They are the reason I chose to make this album,” says Randy Travis.
Fans of Randy Travis can pre-order his Influence Vol. 1: The Man I AmCollector’s Package. The package, which is available in Travis’ web store with free shipping, includes his forthcoming album on CD and digital download as well as a collectible print and t-shirt inspired by the album. Additionally, each song on the album is available for 30 second preview on his pre-sale page, found at RandyTravis.com.
Influence Vol. 1: The Man I Am
Influence Vol. 1: The Man I Am Track List
Concert Dates Announced in Celebration of Latest CD
NASHVILLE, TN (May 21, 2013) — Grammy Award winner Hank Williams Jr. is gearing to launch a 2013 summer tour in celebration of his latest album, Old School, New Rules. Cities among the concert lineup include Detroit, Orlando, Atlantic City, Biloxi and many more. Known for his powerfully charged performances and trademark style, Hank will take the stage with a string of hits along with new tunes that showcase his distinctive vocals and extraordinary musicianship.
“I always have fun playing shows. I love to get out in front of my loyal fans and making my mark on this great country,” says Hank Williams Jr.
Hits for the country superstar include “Family Tradition”, “Whiskey Bent and Hell Bound”, “Old Habits”, “All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight,” “A Country Boy Can Survive” and “Red, White & Pink-Slip Blues” and more. As a multi-instrumentalist, Williams’ masterful playing skills include guitar, upright bass, fiddle, steel guitar, banjo, piano, harmonica, drums. Known as driving force in the music industry, Williams continues to be empowered by loyalty to his homeland and remains committed to songs that are patriotic and sung from the heart.
2013 Hank Williams Jr. Tour Schedule
06/08 Morton, MN- Jackpot Junction Casino
For more information, please visit www.hankjr.com
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Just finished the artwork for the new Bret Michaels CD, Jammin’ With Friends which will be release on June 25, 2013.
The full album artwork will be posted once the album is released. Here is the cover –
Newcomer JOANNA MOSCA Releases New EP, Let It All Begin, Produced By Award-Winning Artist Bryan White
Disc Features Duet With Lonestar’s Richie McDonald
Nashville, TN (February 27, 2013) – Joanna Mosca, selected as one of CMA’s 2012 Who’s New To Watch, is excited to release her new dynamic EP, LET IT ALL BEGIN, which was produced by award-winning singer-songwriter Bryan White.
“Dream On Savannah” (T. Verges, H. Lindsey, M. Green)
“Would You Still Be Here” (J. Spillman)
“Keep On Driving” (T. Verges, H. Lindsey, M. Green)
“I Guess That Says it All” (B. White, T. Thibodaux, S. Williams)
“Let It All Begin” (T. Murphy, D. Grissom)
“Where Does Good Love Go” (T. Hancheroff, J. Ritchey, B. Lawson)
The EP as a whole marks a definitive musical change for Mosca. She and White looked outside the box for contemporary songs and the production is crisp, vibrant and clean. “It has a much purer sound than my previous outings,” Joanna notes. “Bryan has a great ear and a wonderful singer’s sense. It was an amazing experience for me.”
Joanna’s career began with the release of three consecutive Top Ten FMQB AC Radio Chart singles between 2006 and 2008. In 2010 she released her first full-length album, JOANNA MOSCA, which contained six original tunes. The album’s first single “Keep On Going” shot onto the Billboard Top 30 AC Chart and earned her a spot on Music Connection magazine’s Top 100 Independent recording artists list. Mosca was born in Connecticut but currently resides in New York where she studied acting at the prestigious HB Studio in NYC with teachers who included Uta Hagen and Sir Anthony Hopkins. Mosca has starred in a series of three one-woman shows in New York City that reviewers praised.
Learn more about Joanna at www.joannamosca.com and follow her on these additional social websites:https://www.facebook.com/