Wednesday, February 18, 2009

 

Vincents scoop Bluegrass awards

Rhonda Vincent won the entertainer of the year and top contemporary female vocalist prizes at the Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass Music of America's award show last Sunday (Feb. 15), but the perennial trophy magnet didn't quite match the popularity of her brother, Darrin Vincent.
Individually and as half of the hot new Dailey & Vincent duo, Darrin pulled down five honors, as did his singing partner, Jamie Dailey. The Grascals took the album and instrumental group of the year awards, and their recently added banjo player, Kristin Scott Benson, was voted the best player in that instrumental category.
The awards ceremony was held at Nashville's Sheraton Music City Hotel.
Grand Ole Opry stars the Whites -- Buck and daughters Sharon and Cheryl -- were inducted into SPBGMA's Preservation Hall of Greats.

 

Al Perkins on tour

Grammy award winning maestro of pedal/lap steel Al Perkins from Nashville TN will be doing three Scottish shows in March.
He will be appearing at the below venues with young up and coming, British country rock band, Two Fingers of Firewater.
March 6th The Village Leith
March 7th Westlands Hotel Dunblane
March 8th Stables Inn at Lathones Largoward St Andrews

 

Jill Jackson dates

Paisley based singer Jill Jackson, who, last year made a marathon 50 states in 50 days tour of the USA with Kevin Montgomery has two dates closer to home in the coming weeks.
You can catch Jill at Glasgow's Oran Mor next Saturday, Feb 28th, and at Edinburgh's Heriot Watt University on March 12th.
Jill guested on last weekend's Celtic Country programme on Celtic Music Radio.

Thursday, February 05, 2009

 

Glasgow date for John Miller

John Miller headlines the Honky Tonk Merry Go Round 2009 tour with special guest star ‘Misisipi’ Mike Wolf from San Francisco.
He will be in Glasgow on Thursday 26 March at Woodend Bowling Club,before heading
south,and to Europe.

 

Three new inductees into Hall Of Fame

The Country Music Association s has announced that Roy Clark, Barbara Mandrell, and Charlie McCoy will become the newest members of the coveted Country Music Hall of Fame.
Clark will be inducted in the "Career Achieved National Prominence Between World War II and 1975" category. Mandrell will be the fifth artist inducted in the "Career Achieved National Prominence Between 1975 and the Present" category, which was created in 2005. McCoy will be inducted in the "Recording and/or Touring Musician Active Prior to 1980" category, which is awarded every third year in a rotation with the "Non-Performer" and "Career Achieved National Prominence Prior to World War II" categories.
Clark, Mandrell, and McCoy will be officially inducted at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum's Medallion Ceremony, which takes place during an annual springtime reunion of the Hall of Fame membership. Since 2007, the Medallion Ceremony has served as the official rite of induction for new members.

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