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Zac Brown Foodie Chart

Posted on 25 July 2013 by Bill West

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Zac brown foodie and music star has made food a big part of his life.  From his Southern Ground Food festival to meet and eats and BBQ rubs hr is branching out into grub.  Take a walk through his career in music and food with Zac Brown:Foodie

 

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Randy Travis Death Watch – Twangz

Posted on 15 July 2013 by Bill West

travisCountry music fans locked up ticketing servers Friday morning
To purchase their tickets to Dierks Bentley’s
Country Cares Concert to benefit The Granite Mountain Hot Shots
The now sold out event will take place July 22 in Arizona.
Along with Dierks , The Band Perry, David Nail.,
And Randy Houser have signed on to join to help raise
Money for the families of the 19 firefighters who lost
Their lives in last weeks wildfires.
Jake Owen had an eventful July 4th weekend after a trip to
The emergency room.  Jake tweeted a picture of himself
In the emergency room with a neck brace after sharing
That he got into a little go-kart accident with two of his NASCAR
buddies.  Looks as though the accident was more serious
Than we all thought.  Tuesday morning jake tweeted
“Headed into surgery…. I was trying to avoid it, but since I play
Guitar for a living I need to get this done”
Followed by “BTW… there’s no way I’d miss the chance
To play country concert or Fenway Park this weekend.  I won’t let y’all down”
And he sure didn’t.  Jake showed up at Fenway where he was playing with
Jason Aldean sling in all.
The country music community and fans have been praying all week
For Randy Travis.  On Sunday Randy was
Admitted to a Texas hospital and listed in critical condition.
Randy suffered from complications from a recently acquired
Viral cardiomyopathy.   Although cardiomyopathy
Is often not curable there are many treatment alternatives that can
Effectively control the symptoms for improved quality of life.
The treatment choice is largely based on the cause and type
As well as the extent of the damage to the heart muscle.
On Wednesday night Randy suffered from a stroke and
Went into emergency surgery to relieve the pressure on his brain.
Our latest update from His rep came yesterday saying that
Randy is heavily sedated and is still listed in critical condition.
Our thoughts and prayers are with Randy and his family
During this difficult time,
Well that wraps it up for this weeks tops headlines
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George Jones Death – Country Loses a Legend

Posted on 26 April 2013 by Bill West

george jonesCountry music’s Possum has headed up to take the Grand Tour.  The announcement of a George Jones death was a surprise to many.  George Jones died this morning at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville after being hospitalized April 18 for irregular blood pressure and fever. He was 81.

Artists Respond to George Jones Death

Our current crop of country stars took to various traditional and social media outlets to offer condolences on the George Jones death.   Here’s a sampling:

Jason Aldean: “So sad to hear about the passing of George Jones. Country music has lost one of our pioneers & legendary icons. You will never be forgotten.”

The Band Perry: “Country music and the world lost a true legend today … Mr. Jones, you will be greatly missed.”

Garth Brooks: “The greatest voice to ever grace country music will never die, Jones has a place in every heart that ever loved any kind of music.”

Luke Bryan: “George. You will be deeply missed. Thanks for the beautiful memories.”

Ronnie Dunn: “The greatest country blues singer to ever live.”

Faith Hill: “We lost one of the best voices God created this morning. Our hearts are saddened to hear that George Jones has passed away … Our thoughts and prayers are with Nancy and all of the family.”

Toby Keith: “George Jones has passed. Damn. Thought he’d live forever. Let’s break out his catalogue and play it all day. Godspeed possum and family.”

Little Big Town: “There will never be another George Jones. You are and always will be country music. Rest in peace.”

Loretta Lynn: “It’s a sad day for country music and a great loss for those of us who knew him. I was blessed to call George my friend. He was one of the best country singers there ever was. My thoughts and prayers are with his wife, Nancy, and all of his family. It’s a sad, sad day.”

Barbara Mandrell: “I believe if you ask any singer who was the greatest country music singer of all time, they would say George Jones. He was without question and by far the BEST! I first met and worked with him when I was 13 years old; I am so very grateful that he was my friend.”

Martina McBride: “So sad to hear about George Jones. His voice and music will be with us forever. Thoughts go out to all his family, friends and fans.”

Tim McGraw: “Gone … George Jones … man he was country music.”

Kacey Musgraves: “That angel choir just got a whole lot better this morning.”

Brad Paisley: “My friend, the greatest singer of all time, has passed. To those who knew him, our lives were full. To those of you who don’t: discover him now.”

Hillary Scott: “Saddened by the passing of George Jones Sending prayers up for his wife and family Country Music will never be the same.”

Blake Shelton: “Really REALLY bad news. We’ve lost a country music legend. And I’ve lost a hero and a friend. Goodbye George Jones … ”

Carrie Underwood: “Happy memory of me and George. You may have left us, but your music and your legacy never will. #Legend.”

Keith Urban: “If I’m blessed enough to make it there, I look forward to you giving me the grand tour. Rest in peace George Jones!!!!!” Urban payed tribute to Jones with a YouTube video performance of “He Stopped Loving Her Today.”

George Jones death makes the country world sad today.  RIP Possum.

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Sunny Sweeney Live In Vegas

Posted on 23 April 2013 by Bill West

Sunny Sweeney is best known for her recent country hit titled “From A Table Away.”  She continues her musical journey as an artist while performing shows across the country including Las Vegas where we caught up with Sunny Sweeney Live at a performance for the Academy Of Country Music (ACM) during awards week.  She talked backstage at the Freemont Street Experience stage.

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Mickie James Rocks Country Music

Posted on 19 April 2013 by Bill West

TNA Wrestling sensation Mickie James has a new country recording on iTunes and she talked to Country Songs Online and Twangz on the music and her fans.  The beautiful singer songwriter wrestler describers her music and her activities in social media.

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Meet Chris Janson Live on Freemont Street

Posted on 18 April 2013 by Bill West

Chris JansonChris Janson is a new singer songwriter on Bigger Picture Records and he performs a rowdy and unpredictable live show.  His new country radio single is called “Better I Don’t” and he plays a mean harmonica too.

We caught up with Janson backstage just before his crowded Freemont Street Experience show in LasVegas for ACM week.

Watch (rate/comment/subscribe) to see his thoughts on performing live and his killer band.    He never performs the same show twice and you can see the rowdy results at this live concert.

Twangz is our weekly video show featuring the brightest acts in country music.   See more HERE at TwangzTV on YouTube.

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Jaida Dreyer Interview

Posted on 13 April 2013 by editor

Jaida Dreyer releases “I am Jaida Dreyer” and Half Broke Horses on Streamsound Records Produced by Byron Gallimore. She talks about her first onscreen kiss and videos with horses and underwear models!

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Craig Campbell Outta My Head and Latest Newsongs

Posted on 19 March 2013 by Bill West

Outta My Head Craig CampbellBigger Picture recording artist Craig Campbell is back on the scene with his latest newsongs and a new hit making attitude.  He broke into the mainstream with two songs recently.  The first “Family Man” is an ode to fatherhood and regular guy family life.  The next hit “Fish” was a controversial and fun romp.   His follow up to his self titled debut album, Craig Campbell features the latest newsongs Outta My Head and  My Baby’s Daddy.

We talked to Campbell at 2013′s Country Radio Seminar where he had just wrapped recording the new video (watch to see what his wife thinks of Craig kissing another woman in the video) and told us about his affinity for Google Maps and Words with Friends.

Campbell grew up in small town Lyons, Georgia and after moving to Nashville attained a key spot at one of the towns mot sought after clubs.   Lately he’s been traveling internationally where his music and shows have been well recieved.

Campbell says among the albums he’d most like his music to be compared is Clint Black’s Killin’ Time and Tracy Lawrence’s Sticks and Stones.

His collection of his five latest newsongs including the song Outta My Head are available now at iTunes.

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3 Things You Never Knew About Billy Dean

Posted on 12 March 2013 by Bill West

Billy Dean Songs

Dean talks to Twangz

Country Singer Songwriter Billy Dean and his songs are on the road to a comeback in country music.  The “Let Them Be Little” singer (he says that’s his favorite of all his hits) has released a new single to country radio called “I Can’t Leave a Good Thing” from his album A Man Of Good Fortune. In fact Dean has had a lot of good fortune over the years.

Three Billy Dean Song Facts That may Surprise you:

 

He’s charted twelve top ten Billboard Country singles but it was his vocal work in Kenny Roger’s “Buy Me A Rose” that nailed down his first number one single.   Many of his biggest hits like the early ’90′s “Somewhere In My Broken Heart,” “If There Hadn’t Been You,” and “Billy The Kid” are still heard on the radio Today.

He says his favorite song (most important to him) is his 2004 hit “Let Them Be Little.” “That song just meant a lot to me inside and out…” says Dean. “I think the family unit is something that’s really under attack in our country and it’s really the fabric of what this country is made of. So that song has a lot of layers of meaning for me…Let ‘em laugh let ‘em giggle let ‘em sleep in the middle. Let them be little.”

He says he almost missed the social media revolution. “Lucky for me I got in early and I saw it wasn’t gonna go away… I was really worried about how we could market music though at a time when everyone was sharing music for free… But we really got a good following going now.”

Dean is an April Fool’s Day baby.  Born 4/1/62 in Quincy Florida the singer is blessed with the rugged good looks (and great hair) of artists decades younger than him.

Watch our TwangZ interview for more with Billy Dean Here and get more from Dean’s official site BillyDean.com.

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Lisa Matassa Visits Marie Osmond

Posted on 11 March 2013 by Bill West

Lisa Matassa

Lisa Matassa and Marie Osmond
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Country singer song writer Lisa Matassa makes her national television debut on the Hallmark Channel’s MARIE show March 13. Watch for Lisa and her band to perform her current hit single, the high-energy “Somebody’s Baby,” and Lisa and Marie chat about the “adventures” involved in mixing a music career with motherhood.

Twangz also just caught up with Matassa at Country Radio Seminar where she revealed thoughts on her favorite tunes ( I Will Always Love You) and how she got connected with Country Music.

 

The Long Island singer is off to a roaring start with over 6 million YouTube video views (including 3 million views of “Somebody’s Baby”) and two #1 videos on CMT.com, Lisa is no stranger to Country audiences. She has shared the stage with Dierks Bentley, Leann Rimes, Eric Church, Ronnie Dunn and most recently, Lee Brice.

Her current CD, SOMEBODY’S BABY, reflects her musical journey through a collection of songs that are both personal and dynamic. The “Somebody’s Baby” single is currently #1 on iHeartradio/Country Chart and has been for the past three weeks. It is also moving up both the Billboard/BDS Indicator and MusicRow charts. In addition, the second cut off the EP, “Wouldn’t You Like To Know” is currently #2 on iHeartradio/Country Chart. Radio.com is playing “Somebody’s Baby” on three of its channels and Aol Radio “New Country First” is spinning it in heavy rotation. The video can be seen on AOL, The Country Network (TCN), Yahoo! and YouTube.

Fans can catch up on all the latest news at www.LisaMatassa.com; additional social media outlets include:

www.facebook.com/lisamatassafanpage
www.twitter.com/lisa_matassa
www.reverbnation.com/lisamatassa
www.youtube.com/lisamatassamedia

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