7-7-05 Hannity Freedom Concert
July 11, 2005
Well, I started the news yesterday and had to stop due to errands to
run. When I got home, I figured, I've still got time, I can get these chores done and send
the news out this evening, in case more news comes in. LOL.. the best laid plans...
Needless to say, by time I finished doing everything else, I was simply too tired
to do anymore. SO, new day, news on it's way. I hope y'all enjoy it!
Oh yeah! Don't forget to listen to the newly placed songs
of the MKOC Official artists! Great stuff there!
Time for a Change
I've moved the long Amazon.com specials to a separate page. There are a lot of new sales
posted which made it even longer so I revised the whole thing. It's now separated into
categories; Sporting Goods, Household, Computers, etc. Click on a link at the top of the
page to take you to the section of your interest. I hope y'all find this a lot nicer cuz
it took me awhile to compose it all. ;) Be aware also that the ads change often so be sure
to check it at least weekly. They just keep adding more and more great sales and I
wouldn't want y'all to miss out on anything... plus, it helps to keep MKOC alive.
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COME SEE ME !!! .
Oh, and my Daddy and Mommy!!!
We hoped you couldn't resist a cute, smiling baby, and now that we have your attention ...
read on ... You won't want to miss this long-awaited, Spectacular Homecoming Concert!
Olathe's own, Joe Tinoco will be here on Sunday, August 7th, 2005 at the American Legion
in Olathe, along with his wife Tamra Holden and their new baby Talya! (pictured above)
They are currently producing & starring in the award winning "Magnificent 7pm
Show," a huge, hit variety show in Branson, MO at the White House Theatre.
"I am looking forward to coming home to do this show. I have been asked for years to
come back and do a show, but it seemed we could never work it into our schedules, we are
currently working Monday thru Friday in Branson, so we said lets do it NOW, because who
knows how long it will last! We can't wait to see old friends and new friends at the show!
We'll have a live band and we'll do a fun variety with all kinds of music," Joe
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BMG Buys Sony/Columbia Records
news I heard was that the BMG record club had bought out Columbia Record Club.. I got that
info from my affiliation with both companies. The news in the next paragraph completes the
puzzle and was reported in the Blue Chip Radio Report by Bill Miller.
The Sony building on music row will empty out this week
when the label starts the move into the BMG building. Sony (previously Columbia Records)
has been at the site on the corner of 16th Avenue South and Music Circle South in
Nashville since 1962. Originally the site of Owen Bradley's historic Quonset Hut recording
studio, the building has been renovated and expanded many times over the years. The list
of artists who have recorded in the building is incredibly long and includes Johnny Cash,
Bob Dylan, George Jones, Simon & Garfunkel, Tammy Wynette, REO Speedwagon, Dixie
Chicks, Patsy Cline and Peter, Paul & Mary.
By Monday the 11th, Sony's new address will be 1400 18th Avenue South, Nashville 37212.
The main phone number will be (615) 858-1300.
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Billy Yates gets the highest new entry this week in the Hotdisc chart at #3 with
the title cut from his new album "Harmony Man". He also lands at #1 in the Indie
chart to give him his second chart topper of the year. A few days ago he appeared at the
Grand Ole Opry and went down a storm. This was about his twelfth performance at the famous
venue and each time is as special to him as the others. Check him out at www.billyyates.com
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Song Clip: Goodbye
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Country Radio Broadcasters
Executive Memo July 07, 2005
New Radio Models
By RJ Curtis,
KZLA Radio, Los Angeles, Ca.
We are living in an era where the definition of Country radio, actually radio itself, is
in the process of changing. Radio as we knew it (over the air broadcast radio) is being
repositioned as terrestrial radio.
A couple months ago Country led the way in HD radio as Infinity Broadcasting announced the
launch of WUSN-FM 99.5 HD-2 "Chicago's Future Country," the nation's first
continuously programmed HD Radio multicast channel by a commercial broadcaster. In
addition to audio, the station features song, title and artist information as text
displayed on HD Radio capable receivers.
Used with permission. Copyright 2005 Country Radio
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It is official. The first Euro American Idol
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American Idol showcase/competition.
Three (3) chosen performers from this event will be flown to England round trip, where
they will perform in concert for other talent buyers, disc jockeys, promoters, and music
industry personnel as well as the public holding a concert ticket. The chosen performers
will stay for one week in a classy hotel. The round trip plane ticket and one week hotel
accommodations are all paid. Meals are not included.
The 3 chosen performers will be able to sell their CDs, T-shirts and other souvenirs
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For a few weeks I'll be involved in our Omni Records
anthology CD, which will be distributed by Shock Records, based in Australia. FYI The 29
song box set will be a history of our recordings from 1967 to 1973, and will include
extensive photos and stories. The title is "Life and Death (and Almost Everything
During this period I will write an occasional column, but not the 5 per week that I
usually send out.
In the meantime, there are hundreds of my past articles on these two websites:
A good day for a golden oldie.
The sound of the city rush hour wakes him up early. He's been sleeping under the
newspapers and cardboard, dreaming that he's still a boy, at his grandmother's house...
That he still has someone who gives a damn. That he's still somebody!
Dreams and reality have been becoming blurred lately.
He drinks coffee from a Styrofoam cup and watches the people going to work, and then again
in the afternoon he watches them from a bench, as they crowd the bus stop, studying the
signs on the buses, waiting for the one that will take them home.
He never sees a bus that will take him home.
The sun goes down and the city changes character as the temperature drops. The
well-dressed business folks are replaced by dangerous people. Desperation makes you
He's gotten some wine somewhere and is wandering the downtown night alone. He checks pay
phone slots for change, and finds a quarter in one.
For some reason, after thinking about the dreams of family he's been having, and being
about half stoned,
he drops in the quarter and dials Grant 1623, the phone number that was his grandmother's,
a lifetime ago,
when he was a child.
Somehow the wires and circuits of time get crossed, and from across the void, his
grandmother answers the phone.
She says, "Hurry home, dear. Supper's on the table. I hope you're wearing your
sweater... You'll catch your death of cold".
These are the first words he's heard in an eternity that sound like somebody cares about
him. That he really exists at all.
* * *
The policeman says into his radio: "We got a homeless here. No hurry. I think it's
too late for this one".
But the policeman is wrong. The boy is already home.
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Ken Overcast here with a little news and baloney.
First, the news: Troy Tyson of Olds, Alberta was the guy that won
our monthly giveaway. As the lucky guy
this time, we'll be sending Troy one of our new 'Kamikaze Cow' DVDs. I've had a lot
of people ask me
just how much of that little story is the truth, and I always answer the same way.... 'All
of it is except for that
itty-bitty part I made up.'
Here's where to sign up for the monthly drawing if you haven't for a while:
Who knows? It might be your name next time.
I just rolled back in from Minnesota where I got to be part of the annual 4th of
July celebration in Fairmont. It was a blast. We've been catching up on the riding
and cow checkin' this week, as the Academy of Western
Artist's doin's in Richardson, Texas is the first of next week, and I'm going to
make that this year. They've
probably done more to promote cowboys and the things we love than anyone.
I've also got a show at the CM Russell Museum in Great Falls next week and then the Sandy
Creek Gospel Jamboree in Saskatchewan is slated for the 23rd and 24th.
Our new book, 'Shootin' the Breeze, Cowboy Style' is finally at the printer. Hallelujah!
That's a whole lot more work than most folks realize. I can't wait to get it back.
I just heard that my ol' partner Ken Romriell the author, musician, and cowboy poet from
Idaho is under the weather. I haven't had a chance to visit with him myself yet, but it
sounds like he could use a prayer or two. I'm sure he'd appreciate it. He'd be the first
one to give someone else a hand.
Don't forget that a little cowboy music or a fun book to read is a great gift. It just so
happens we can fix you right up, and all of our merchandise carries the famous 'Montana
Cowboy Guarantee.' If you don't absolutely love what you buy from us, all you have to do
is return the un-listened to portion of the CDs or the un-read part of the book, and I'll
be happy to send back the un-spent portion of your money. (Bob Peterman told me I stole
that line from him..... and I probably did.)
Ordering is just as easy as fallin' off a rock. You can just call the office toll free:
1-888-753-7611 or go to our website http://www.kenovercast.com
I've got to run, here's a little story about my
brother Frank that's 100 percent the truth. No kiddin'.
© 2005 Ken Overcast
Curlews can have a real bad attitude. I learned that fact several years ago, but I've
never been in a scrape as bad as my brother Frank got into last week. Curlews are those
birds with skinny little legs and a long curved beak that sort of droops down on the end.
They're fairly common around here and since I had my run in with them back in the 70's
sometime, I've made a wide circle around 'em. I'm even going to be more wary of the little
buggers from now on.
My bad experience came while I was cutting hay on an old open topped swather. I don't know
if I ran over their nest or if they were just having a bad day, but all of a sudden I had
a couple of them dive bombin' me with their mouths open. I'll tell you what, when they're
coming at you from all directions, and you're trying to swat them off and keep the
machinery all running straight at the same time, things get sort of hectic. That big old
open beak full of sharp teeth looks even bigger when it's zeroed in on you.
My choice for a weapon of defense left quite a little to be desired. After all, I was out
there to cut hay, not
defend myself. I think an old oil jug was all I could scrape up under the circumstances,
and was wildly swinging it over my head in a desperate attempt to keep from becoming
a curlew hors d'oeuvre. They finally gave up, but not before giving me a real scare.
Frank's day started off great. It had rained, and he had the time so he loaded up his
horse and rattled his trailer to the summer field to check the bulls he'd scattered
a few days before. Things turned sour right off the bat. First, he found a couple of dead
critters. Who knows what killed them, but here was a cow and calf with their feet in the
air. Next he found a couple of bulls that had gone haywire and needed replacing. It's
funny how a smile that the rain puts on a fella's face can be so easily wiped off in a
Unfortunately, his bull field was empty. There weren't any spares left, and he needed a
couple more, NOW. This time of year, the bull shippers that have good bulls to sell are
getting their herds pretty well picked over, and the good ones are all sold. But then,
when you need them bad, even a not-so-good bull is better than none at all.
That's when Frank's luck took a turn for the better (briefly). He's bought several bulls
from Larry and Patty Nissen, so he gave them a call. As luck would have it, they had a
pretty good yearlin' bull that had frozen his ears when he was born, so they had kept him
out of their sale. (I really doubt if an amorous cow will even notice his short ears, and
if he somehow happens to figure out how to transmit the stubby ears to his off-spring it'd
be the first time in history.) The Nissens also had a herd bull they didn't need that they
agreed to lease. Frank was back in the saddle again.
'What if somethin' happens to your herd bull while he's at my place? With the luck I'm
havin' something will probably go wrong with him, too,' he asks Larry as they're loading
up. 'You s'pose I should insure him?'
'Naw. Don't worry about it. He'll probably be OK. If something happens to him.... well
that's just the way it goes. We're not going to be needing him anymore this year, so go
ahead and use him.'
Frank tends to be a little on the excitable side anyway, and horrifying thoughts of
Nissen's high priced herd bull going bad while he's in with his cows were bouncing around
in his pointed little head as he slid the trailer and its precious cargo down the slimy
gumbo road. It was the middle of the afternoon by now, and a nearly perfect day, even
though the road was pretty slick. Frank had his window down enjoying the fresh smell that
only a good rain on sagebrush can produce when he first noticed the curlew.
It was flying right beside his pickup not ten feet from the driver's door and about
eyeball level. That seemed a little strange. It also seemed a little odd
that the crazy bird would squint his eyes and look right at him with a menacing snarl on
his beak. Thirty miles
an hour, neck in neck down the country road they went. Once in a while the bird would go
right in front of the
pickup and drop down completely out of sight, only to swoop up and circle around again and
glare with those little beady eyes of his into Frank's open window.
The second or third time he swooped in front of the outfit and down out of the line of
sight, Frank was worried that he'd run over him so he honked his horn. Maybe curlews don't
like the sound of a pickup horn.
This time he circled around again, and WHOOSH came right in the pickup window with his
mouth open and
murder on his mind! I'm tellin' you, those birds are nuts.
He wound up on the back of the seat behind Frank, peckin' the dickens out of the back of
his head with that long dagger-like beak and trying to flop him to death with his wings. I
told you Frank was a little excitable, remember? He's trying desperately to hold the
pickup and trailer on the narrow slippery gumbo road by steering with his knees while
simultaneously fending off a carnivorous, deranged bird with one hand and reaching under
the seat for his pistol with the other.
Thank God he couldn't get his hands on that pistol. I can just imagine the cab full of
bullet holes, not to mention trying to shoot a bird that's eatin' on the back of your
head. When the pickup and trailer finally came to a stop, it was perched precariously on
the edge of the slippery road with the curlew still flopping and nibblin' on the driver.
At least Nissen's high-priced herd bull was still in one piece.
Frank threw open the door and the deranged bird flew off for parts unknown, hopefully to
never return. The entire episode did no real harm, except to permanently and irreparably
damage the reputation of the heretofore 'Fearless Frank.'
'Fearless Frank' had wet his pants.
and don't forget to check yer cinch.
Ken Overcast is a recording cowboy singer that ranches on Lodge Creek in North Central
Montana where he
raises and dispenses B.S. www.kenovercast.com
Song Clip: What's It Take To Make A Cowboy Cry
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Reprinted from Bob Baker's Indie
Music Promotion Blog
Marketing tips and self-promotion ideas for songwriters, musicians, bands and small record
labels ... since 1995
July 10, 2005 - Vol. 11, Issue 10
A New Day for Indie Music?
Are you a believer? Do you think that advances in technology mean a new day has dawned for
Not everyone is convinced. For instance, regarding an item I posted on my blog earlier
this week, Jonathan Carson (a former indie rocker and current word-of-mouth business
expert), wrote this on his BuzzMetrics blog:
"I find it hard to imagine music blogs, or p2p or iTunes or any of these other
potential disruptive technologies, truly breaking the current pop music paradigm. I have
come to sincerely believe that most people want their music force fed to them, and have no
interest in exploring the long tail of independent musicians who are doing things on their
While I respect Jonathan's work and am open to a variety of opinions, I have a different
view. But the thing is, I agree with his main point. "Most people" aren't overly
concerned with how they get exposed to music. They're happy to encounter music as
background noise and turn to commercial radio and other safely programmed sources to learn
So new technologies won't influence a good chunk of the population -- which means there
will continue to be a place for corporate-created tunes.
However, independent artists shouldn't concern themselves with "most people."
That's the mentality behind the old major label way of thinking -- blockbuster hits on a
massive scale. In a recent Small Business Trends blog post, media expert Robin Good
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"Artists are saying 'Who needs audiences of millions?' Without the marketing burdens
and the huge overhead of trying to reach mass markets, artists find they can be successful
and make a profit with fewer customers."
Bingo. Don't worry about "most people." Zero in on that small percentage of the
population that is open-minded not only to music blogs, podcasts, digital downloads, etc.
-- but also to your particular style of music. And considering there are about a billion
people worldwide with online access these days, even a miniscule percentage can equal tens
of thousands of people who could potentially embrace your sound and become lifelong fans.
And that's where new technologies are making the most impact: Allowing artists to find
those previously hard-to-find fans.
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