Our Flashback Friday song this week is Ray Scott’s “My Kind of Music.” For many, he needs no introduction and to those of you who don’t know him, it’s time to find out. Warner Brothers Records released his debut album “My Kind Of Music” in 2005 to enormous critical acclaim. ... read more!
Another Christmas is upon us and soon to follow a new year. 2016 has been very eventful for us and we could not do what we do without all of you. We want to thank all the media/PR reps who have faith in us, as well as the new people and artists we have met along the way, you all really make what we do easy. The great opportunities that The ACCA’s, The ACM weekend and CMA Fest allowed us this year were also memorable. A very important part of what we continue to do is for those who follow us via the blog or our social media platforms. Every experience has been an adventure and we also gained some learning curves that we are truly thankful for. ... read more!
We go through life at certain times and say, ‘One day I am going to this or that.’ One on my list is the annual Christmas 4 Kids Tour bus show in Tennessee. This year the organization has announced its lineup of participating artists for the show to be held at the Hendersonville, Tennessee Walmart. On Monday, December 12 from 5-9 PM, stars will gather on parked tour buses to meet fans and give them an inside look at a country artist’s home on the road. ... read more!
I see it as do others in country music; the momentum is building to put mainstream back on its heels as the old school makes its way back to the front of the class. On the top of the list is long time good old boy Ray Scott. His true genuine country soul is on display for all to see and he continues to build momentum especially now with a new album project in the works and creating a PledgeMusic Campaign to ensure the best album experience for his fans. ... read more!
From the time we arrived in Nashville on June 7th till we departed on June 14th there was not much down time, however that is not a complaint. We hit the ground runnin’ as fast as our feet could carry us. ... read more!
A new void has been created in Country music, but not without leaving a legacy of great music and wonderful memories. Country Music Hall of Famer and CMA/ACM award winner Don Williams, who became one of the biggest country stars known as the “Gentle Giant” with his relaxed songs and 6-foot-1-inch frame, retired after six decades of making music and entertaining crowds. In honor of his legacy the Music Video Monday spotlights Ray Scott in his tribute version of “Good Old Boys Like Me.” ... read more!