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Indie Bible 2007 - Get Your Music Heard!

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September 16, 2007

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Hi All,

It's so hard to believe we're already half way through September! What happened to June, July and August??? I was just gettin' settled in for summer to start and now it's nearly over. From the temperatures around here the past few days, it IS over. We've hit a new low temp record here in the Ohio Valley for this time of year. That's not the kind of records I think we sould be breaking.. heck.. there's plenty of Rap and Hip-Hop out there.. break those!

MKOC Store
Find Books, Music, Videos, Software, Electronics, Website Hosts/Servers .... Don't pay the high prices you find in the stores. I've researched the links posted to give everyone an opportunity to buy great things at the best prices.

Artist Info
Artists, be sure to check out the "Info" section as it's been updated with even more info.. web links, sheet music, instruments and more.


MKOC Official Artists
Song Clips Added.. Just Click a Song Title to hear music in Real Audio
Narvel Felts
Narvel Felts
Until The End of Time
Joe Tinoco
Joe Tinoco
Five Cards on the Mantle
Red Johnson
Red Johnson
Veteran's Day
Tommy Riddle
Tommy Riddle
No Right to Cry
Tony Oliphant
Tony Oliphant
Can't Change Your Mind
Debbie Miles
Debbie Miles
You Ain't Been Worth A Dime
Hoyt Hughes
Hoyt Hughes
Tecia McKenna
Tecia McKenna
Goodbye's What You Got
Harold Hill
Harold Hill
San Antonio Sweetheart
The song collection above are some of my favorites of the MKOC Official Artists. Please take time to visit their web sites to hear all the music and choose your favorites. Write me, and maybe your favorite will be the next song showcased.

Red.jpg (3114 bytes)Red Johnson
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A Hard Way to Make a Living

(Red sent the following message in an email to me and his friends. One of his friends and his son replied to the email which is posted below Red's statement.)

Front page of the Brainerd Mn Paper
We did a festival over the weekend "Cowboy & Hobo Days" at the Crow Wing Co Fairgrounds, Brainerd, Mn.
Holding the Pig is: Gary Dauer from THE BEARS DEN at Leader Mn featuring his famous pig races.

Dexter wrote:
Now, THAT's funny, Red. I have my Shipmates on for a copy of this. Most of them have kissed many a pig themselves while in the Navy. [:>) For those who may not know, Red allowed us to use his Veteran's Day song on our 26 Years of Thunder DVD. This DVD is now in the hands of over 800 Shipmates and others. You can see and hear a clip of this Video on my home page below:
Dexter Goad, NN '61-64 & '66-69
---My Love of Thunder Web Site---
Red, thank you for your Support of our Military. Keep on kissing them pigs. Good Career Move. Dex

Red's son wrote:
Mitchell Johnson

DUH.jpg (2161 bytes) KIDS! What are ya gonna do?

FYI... Red's birthday was the 14th. Happy Birthday, Red!

Red Johnson


Narvel-wave.jpg (2479 bytes)Narvel Felts

Narvel's news about his gigs in August has been posted on the site along with 2 photos of him with Grand Ole Opry star, Connie Smith who shared the stage with Narvel in one of those shows. Check it out at News From Narvel.

Narvel also reports, "I'll be singing on a show for the Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, OH November 11th honoring Jerry Lee Lewis. Kris Kristoferson will host." That date is also Narvel's birthday!

The details about this show will be posted as soon as I get all the details. Sad part for me... before I moved, I lived only 30 miles from Cleveland and could have been there to share another birthday with Narvel, see a great show and hey... meet Kris Kristoferson! Ugh! I miss being home more than ever!




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hankwilliams.jpg (4657 bytes)Reinstate HANK WILLIAMS, SR. to the Grand Ole Opry

I have just read and signed the online petition: "Reinstate HANK WILLIAMS, SR. to the Grand Ole Opry"

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I personally agree with what this petition says, and I think you might  agree, too.  If you can spare a moment, please take a look, and consider
signing yourself.
The petition was created by John Watson of "Artist Development Agency" Visit the site to find all the information about the petition.
My thanks to C. L. Shaifer for contacting me about the petition.


More on Hank Williams, Sr.


Major New Exhibition to Trace the Legacy of Country Music's Most Iconic Figure

HankWilliams-StripedSuit.JPG (6522 bytes)NASHVILLE, Tenn., September 13, 2007 - The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's major new exhibition, Family Tradition: The Hank Williams Legacy, Presented by SunTrust, which opens on Friday, March 28, 2008, for a near two-year run, will explore the connections between country music's most iconic figure and his creative heirs - both biological and musical - and examine the ways in which American music continues to be measured by the standards Hank Williams set.

Presented with the full cooperation and assistance of the Williams family, the exhibition will use artifacts, instruments, song manuscripts, costumes, photographs, computer interactives, moving images and more to explore the connections between Hank Williams and his progeny, and his enduring impact on popular music.

Additional support is being provided by the Museum's official Family Tradition media partners: Great American Country Television Network, Cumulus Broadcasting and The Tennessean.

"In past years, the Museum has examined the life and music of Hank Williams through a major biographical exhibit and a two-CD collection of his demo recordings," said Museum Director Kyle Young. "As his heirs speak frankly about their ancestor's legacy and his impact on their lives, the Family Tradition story will take our visitors on a voyage to the spiritual and emotional core of the Williams family.

"This exhibition would not be possible without the blessing and participation of the family," he said. "They have opened their hearts to us and shared their stories and their journeys. They have also opened their homes and personal archives and shared a wealth of precious artifacts, many of which will be exhibited for the first time in Family Tradition."

Among the items never or rarely seen by the public until now are Williams family scrapbooks and correspondence; and awards, instruments and costumes belonging to Hank Williams and Hank Williams Jr., including some of the latter's first toddler-size stage costumes designed by Nudie the Rodeo Tailor.

Family Tradition will be accompanied by an ongoing series of school and family programs, including live performances, panel discussions, films, instrument demonstrations and more. The exhibit will close on December 31, 2009.

The 5,000-square-foot exhibit will follow the Museum's exhibition I Can't Stop Loving You: Ray Charles and Country Music, Sponsored by SunTrust, which closes on December 31, 2007, after a 21-month run.

The Story

The death of Hank Williams on January 1, 1953, cut short a career that, even in its brevity, placed him high among the top American artists of the twentieth century. More than a half-century after his passing, his music and image still personify what makes country music great. Just as importantly, his creative legacy reverberates far beyond country music, reaching into every facet of popular and vernacular music. His work has influenced, and continues to influence, nearly everyone who tries to write a true-to-life

While his life and work had an immense impact on the world, his death hit hardest for those closest to him. It's in those direct connections-the blood kin, the business associates and the creative community who worked alongside him-that the Hank Williams legacy exerts the most weight. For those who deal every day with what he stands for and who he was, that legacy is a blessing and a burden, an inspiration and an impossible-to-equal benchmark.

More than anyone, Hank Williams Jr. embodies how other artists must reckon with the legacy his father left. As the only blood son of American music's most fabled figure, he has been asked to carry on a tradition, yet also find his own voice and speak to his own generation. For a while, at his mother Audrey's insistence, he tried to be his father's substitute rather than his artistic heir. Smothered by the image thrust upon him, he eventually stepped from this daunting shadow by following his father's more lasting legacy-that is, be true to yourself, your art and your fans by telling your own story.

Hank Williams was a man, a child of the southern working class, a product of a broken family and eventually a patriarch to his own ancestral line of restlessly creative souls. As with many poor, rural, southern folk of his generation, his life was transformed by the mobility of the automobile, the growth of electronic communication, the increasing integration of the races, and the emergence of the record industry as a force that gave impoverished Americans a new voice in the nation's culture and entertainment. Other significant social issues also influenced Williams's life and found their way into his music, including the growing independence of women after World War II and the economic prosperity and footloose nature of post-war America. More than any other songwriter, Williams' songs explicitly deal with the friction between old America's traditional Christian values and modern America's wide-open possibilities and wild temptations.

Just as Hank Williams merged the Texas honky-tonk of Ernest Tubb, the Appalachian sincerity of Roy Acuff, the gospel intensity of the hymnal and the blues moan of his mentor, Rufus "Tee Tot" Payne, his son brought together different influences from his generation. Hank Williams Jr. merged his father's honky-tonk with the southern rock of the Allman Brothers Band, Lynyrd Skynyrd and the Charlie Daniels Band and the blues of John Lee Hooker, Lightnin' Hopkins and ZZ Top. In doing so, he conjured his own distinct sound that embraced the prideful independence and long-haired social freedom and experimentation running through southern youth of that era.

Hank Williams' other heirs have each adapted to the family legacy in their own ways. From Jett Williams' loving embrace of her inheritance to Lycrecia Williams Hoover's enduring respect for her stepfather and mother, and from Hank Williams III's uncompromising declarations to Holly Williams' personal testaments and Hilary Williams' determined insights, each of them has dealt with this heritage in private and public ways.

But artists beyond the family also bear the creative legacy Hank Williams bestowed upon them; songwriters who aspire to tell an honest story in earthy language must measure themselves against him. Moreover, nearly every significant songwriter to come after Hank Williams has cited him as a primary influence. To name just a few, the list includes Johnny Cash, Ray Charles, Elvis Costello, Bob Dylan, John Fogerty, Merle Haggard, Don Henley, Harlan Howard, Alan Jackson, Waylon Jennings, Kris Kristofferson, Loretta Lynn, Willie Nelson, Dolly Parton, John Prine, Bruce Springsteen, Ronnie Van Zant, Tom Waits and Neil Young.

Just as significantly, Hank Williams Jr. has wielded his own acute impact on contemporary country music. From the southern rock influence pounding through today's Music Row albums to the chest-beating confidence shown by modern country stars in arena and stadium concerts, Hank Williams Jr. introduced a new sound and style to a whole generation of country singers.

The measure brought to bear by the Williams legacy remains the same for all the family's creative descendants: Would Hank have done it this way?

Made possible, in part, by grants from the Metropolitan Nashville Arts Commission and by an agreement between the Tennessee Arts Commission and National Endowment for the Arts.

Accredited by the American Association of Museums, the Country Music Hall of FameR and Museum is operated by the Country Music Foundation, a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) educational organization chartered by the state of Tennessee in 1964. The Museum's mission is the preservation of the history of country and related vernacular music rooted in southern culture. With the same educational mission, the Foundation also operates CMF Records, the Museum's Frist Library and Archive, CMF Press, Historic RCA Studio B, and Hatch Show Print.

More information about the Country Music Hall of FameR and Museum is available at www.countrymusichalloffame.com or by calling (615) 416-2001.

Country Music hall of Fame Contacts:

Liz Thiels
(615) 416-2006
Tina Wright
(615) 416-2084
Hank Williams Jr Contact:
Kirt Webster
(615) 777-6995 x30

Webster and Associates Public Relations · P.O. Box 23015 · Nashville · TN · 37202


Cover Story—Kenny Chesney
Inside his life and new album—written by Kenny himself!
Montgomery Gentry: Guitars, Girls & Cars
Montgomery Gentry’s new video has a strong message and a whole lot of fun!
Luke Bryan: Pickin’ and Fishin’
Newcomer Luke has a hit song, a new album, a big show … and a four-legged fishin’ buddy!
Lonestar’s New Guy
Young Cody Collins replaces Richie McDonald as Lonestar’s lead singer—what does it mean for the band?
Fall Fashion 2007: Behind the Scenes
A peek behind this year’s fall fashion shoot with Jennifer Hanson and Sarah Buxton.
Get Cookin’ With Blue County
Scott and Aaron of Blue County give you a look behind the scenes … in the kitchen.



Exclusive holiday CD features new lead singer & eleven new songs; Cracker Barrel to sponsor tour

Lonestar_Group_Photo.JPG (10923 bytes)LEBANON, TENN. (September 12, 2007) – After years of touring and releasing platinum selling records, Lonestar has built a strong and loyal following of music fans across the country. The band is about to hit the road again, this time with a new lead singer and a new Christmas CD that's only available at Cracker Barrel Old Country Store® locations and online at crackerbarrel.com.

"It's an honor to be involved with Cracker Barrel on this project. I can't think of a better combination than Lonestar, Christmas and Cracker Barrel," said Lonestar's Keech Rainwater. "These recordings are a perfect reflection of what Lonestar has evolved into as a group of musicians."

Available in early November, this Lonestar CD, titled My Christmas List, will feature a new sound as Cody Collins joins the band as its new lead singer. From the first moment they heard Collins sing, Dean Sams, Michael Britt and Keech Rainwater believed Collins would be an outstanding addition to the band.

"Cody is such a strong singer and he brings a lot to the table with his vocal ability," said Michael Britt. "His voice has a believable quality to it that draws you in. We wanted to make sure his talent was highlighted in the best way possible and what ended up coming out still sounded like Lonestar music. It's a perfect fit."

In addition to being the exclusive home of the My Christmas List CD, Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc. ("Cracker Barrel") will be the presenting sponsor of Lonestar's holiday concert tour. The Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Presents Lonestar's My Christmas List tour begins in November.

"Lonestar's new CD is definitely on Cracker Barrel's Christmas list," said Simon Turner, Cracker Barrel's Chief Marketing Officer. "Lonestar has created a unique product that connects Christmas, country music and our heritage. With eleven new recordings on this CD, our guests will enjoy the holidays even more as they discover and experience Lonestar's new sound with lead singer Cody Collins."

"Putting this Christmas album together was truly one of the best experiences I have had doing a record in our eleven years recording together," said Dean Sams. "We locked ourselves in my studio for a week and came up with eleven unique, moving arrangements that are guaranteed to put you in the Christmas spirit!"

Since forming in 1992, Lonestar has scored 17 hit singles on the Billboard chart, including ten #1 hits and has sold more than ten million records. Three of their CDs went platinum, including 1999's Lonely Grill which went triple-platinum. More success followed in 2003 when "My Front Porch Looking In" was named Billboard's "Most Played Country Song of the Year."

With the upcoming release of My Christmas List, Cracker Barrel continues to establish itself as a unique shopping destination for exclusive music. The Lonestar CD joins Cracker Barrel's list of exclusive CDs featuring Josh Turner, Merle Haggard, Alison Krauss & Union Station, Sara Evans, Amy Grant, Charlie Daniels, Songs Of The Year and the Grand Ole Opry® Live Classics series
About Cracker Barrel

Cracker Barrel Old Country Store restaurants provide a friendly home-away-from-home in their old country stores and restaurants. Guests are cared for like family while relaxing and enjoying real home-style food and shopping that's surprisingly unique, genuinely fun and reminiscent of America's country heritage…all at a fair price. The restaurant serves up delicious, home-style country food such as meatloaf and homemade chicken n' dumplins as well as its signature biscuits using an old family recipe. The authentic old country retail store is fun to shop and offers unique gifts and self-indulgences.

Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of the publicly held CBRL Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: CBRL). Cracker Barrel was established in 1969 in Lebanon, Tenn. Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc. operates 563 company-owned locations in 41 states. Every Cracker Barrel unit is open seven days a week with hours Sunday through Thursday, 6 a.m. – 10 p.m., and Friday and Saturday, 6 a.m. - 11 p.m. For more information, visit www.crackerbarrel.com 

Media Contacts:
Jim Taylor
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, Inc.
(615) 235-4082
Kirt Webster
Webster & Associates Public Relations
(615) 777-6995

Webster and Associates Public Relations · P.O. Box 23015 · Nashville · TN · 37202

Collin Raye & Carmen Rasmussen Join Utah Governor Huntsman At Huntington Community Event

Celebration of Heroes event to be held September 15

CollinRaye.JPG (7574 bytes)Salt Lake City - Governor Jon Huntsman will join Mayor Hilary Gordon, family and friends of the lost miners in the Crandall Canyon Mine Disaster and citizens from around Utah at two special events to be held in Huntington.

"Now is a time for healing," said Governor Huntsman. "It is my hope the entire State of Utah will rally around the family and friends of the lost miners, in addition to the community of Huntington, and help them find peace during this difficult time."

On September 15, Governor Huntsman will be in Huntington to be part of a Celebration of Heroes event to be held at the Canyon View Junior High School beginning at 3:00 p.m. Featured performers include country-music artist Colin Raye, American Idol contestant Carmen Rasmussen, and Jericho Road, in addition to several local artists.

"It seems like nothing less than blessed duty, to help any way I can, as the people of Utah begin the healing process, from this painful tragedy," said Collin Raye. "It is for the lost miners, their families, the rescue workers and the entire state. I will proudly join with my dear friends, Governor and Mrs. Huntsman, to honor the lives of the lost and celebrate the beautiful spirit of love and giving that is Utah."

Some of the best freestyle motocross riders in the world will also be part of the show. X Games gold medalists Ronnie Renner and Adam Jones and 2006 Dew Tour winner Mike Mason will showcase their extreme talent for attendees. The Huntington motocross track is open from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. for local riders who will get a chance to meet Renner, Jones and Mason.

Media contacts:

Collin Raye:
Nick Carver, Webster & Associates Public Relations
615-777-6995 x23
Carmen Rasmussen:
Judy Ade, JADE Public Relations

Webster and Associates Public Relations · P.O. Box 23015 · Nashville · TN · 37202

Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan


Autumn is on its way... my favorite time of year. It's a colorful, yet melancholy season, conducive to thoughts of home, echoes of good old times, and memories of those we loved and lost.

We are thinking of taking a trip to Celina, Tennessee, to see the leaves, which should start turning color in a few weeks, and to be with family.
Who knows when we'll get another chance?

As I write this, September 7th, 2007 is on its way out, and will gone forever in a few short minutes. One of our songs concerns this date. It's an autumn flavored song, taking us from summer's end to bleak early winter...Part of it goes like this:

"It was the seventh of September, nineteen hundred sixty nine,
95 degrees and rising, we crossed the Pennsylvania line.
We paid a judge our last ten dollars to bless us with his legal seal.
I guess that puttin' love on paper doesn't always make it real."

A song for the season, and if you care to, you can listen to it here:

Jack Blanchard
© 2007.

Rummaging through the old steamer trunk again,
I came across this wrinkled paper bag
with my old notes in brown crayon.
It seems to fit as much today
as it did when first written.


Disease of the heart,
Prices get higher,
Porno called art,
and your Ford is on fire.

Sniffing of glue,
And food that is bad for you,
Chickens with flu,
And cows that are mad for you.

Heating oil,
Global warming,
Depleted soil,
And tropical storming.

Acid rain,
Crashing planes,
Crack cocaine,
And shooting pains

New commies and predators
Tsunamis and senators

Bombs that are nuclear,
How high the gas is,
Bombs that are "nucular",
Destruction of masses.

Air pollution, prostitution,
And how to interpret the Constitution

Kids grades,
Terrorist raids,
and AIDS

The hopeless and the hopers.
The homeless and the dopers

Take some pills,
Learn new skills,
Pay your bills,
And write your wills.
No wonder we’ve got the blues.
It’s the news.

Jack Blanchard
© 2007.

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Trisha Yearwood

You don't have to wait until November 13th to own HH&TPOL! Beginning Tuesday September 11th, fans can purchase Trisha's new single "Heaven, Heartache, And The Power of Love" on iTunes! Click here to check out all of Trisha's music on iTunes! more!
Trisha Yearwood’s CMT Crossroads collaboration with Kenny ‘Babyface’ Edmonds on “Change The World” has been added to heavy rotation on CMT and CMT Pure Country. Catch the video premiere this Thursday on CMT Top 20 Countdown and catch the premiere of CMT Crossroads with Trisha and Babyface September 21st on the network. more!
Trisha Yearwood is a part of a Coke on-screen promotion at AMC Movie Theaters this fall; she will be featured on over 14,000 screens with a trivia question and a profile of her upcoming album. more!
Get special text messages about Trisha! Just fill out the quick form and you'll be entered to win! We'll randomly draw one lucky fan on September 25th to win a Personalized signed copy of Trisha's new album, "Heaven, Heartache, And The Power of Love" BEFORE it hits stores November 13th! more!
You have the power to make "Heaven, Heartache, and The Power or Love" NUMBER 1 for Trisha! You have already helped make this single one of her fastest rising songs ever! Remember to call your favorite local country station and request "Heaven, Heartache, and The Power of Love"!

Don't forget you can request Trisha's new video on CMT and GAC NOW! Email top20@gactv.com to get Trisha on GAC's top 20. On CMT the more we stream the video, the more we see it on CMT. Click here WATCH IT NOW! more!



Program & Time



Soundstage @ 6:00 PM ET



Soundstage @ 1:00 PM ET



Cracker Barrel's Song of the Year @ 9:00 PM ET



CMT Insider Special Edition  @ 2:30 PM ET



CMT Giants: Reba  @ 11:00 PM ET


Click here for more Trisha on TV.






Fort Worth, TX

Bass Performance Hall


Albuquerque, NM

Sandia Casino Amphitheater


Park City, UT

Eccles Ctr for the Perf Arts


Reno, NV

Grand Sierra Casino


Santa Rosa, CA

Wells Fargo Center of the Arts


Bakersfield, CA

Fox Theater


Palm Desert, CA

McCallum Theatre for the Perf Arts


Temecula, CA

Pechanga Resort & Casino


Lancaster, CA

Lancaster PAC

Click here for more of Trisha's Tour Dates!


Check out all of the Newest Released CDs in Country Music!

Gary Allan

GARY ALLAN: Puyallup Fairgrounds.

The fair's musical fare includes such Nashville heavyweights as veterans Reba McEntire, star of stage and small screen, and Clint Black, as well as Muzik Mafia hit men Big & Rich. But of late the lineup's most consistently strong performer has been Gary Allan, whose stirring opening-night performance Friday was alternately fist-pumping and heart-tugging. Read more!

Exhilarated crowds have followed three-time CMA nominee Keith Urban from Germany to the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada and parts of the United States. Now Urban’s World Tour will take the recently nominated Male Vocalist of the Year and Entertainer of the Year, through America with concert dates slated well into the fall. The North American leg of the tour, which originally kicked off on June 8th in Phoenix, has now had an additional twenty cities added. This second leg of the “Love, Pain & the whole crazy World Tour” will continue in Columbus, Ohio after its last “summer performances” in Edmonton, Alberta on September 21st and 22nd. Read more!
Well now you can! over the next few weeks you will see extra video cameras at Gary's concerts filming for the upcoming video "Watching Airplains" so make sure you are wearing your best T-shirt and holding up your best sign! You just never know how you will be discovered! We will be looking for you here at GaryAllan.com!
Look for Gary's new album "Living Hard" to hit stores October 23rd. The latest album from Gary Allan will include his current single flying up the charts "Watching Airplanes".

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    Pre-order Gary's CD, Living Hard now

Sad News

Marty Martel reports: I just rcv'd this email with the news of another great loss.

Jim Burdette, the husband of country singer June Stearns, passed away Saturday morning at around 5:15 am. The arrangements will not be known until tomorrow. I will post them as soon as I possibly can, as I will be with June and the family tomorrow afternoon.

Please pray for June and the rest of the family in this time of loss.

May God bless her

Richard White
WXRQ AM 1460
WDKN AM 1260

Child Alert Foundation


That's all Folks! At least for now. There's more news to come so if I don't get it out tonight, I'll try my best to get it out to y'all tomorrow.

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