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Pete Agnew of “Nazareth

Nazareth are a Scottish hard rock band, founded in 1968, that had several hits in the United Kingdom in the early 1970s, and established an international audience with their 1975 album Hair of the Dog. Their best-known hit single was a cover of the ballad “Love Hurts”, in 1975.

 

 


Music Charts Magazine® Celebrates “International Bluegrass Month of May” for the 3rd year in a row.

Special guest include:  Big Al Weekley, Judith Burnette, Tim White & Charlie Hall


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~ Jeffery Wayne “Jeff” Bates ~

An American country music artist. Jeff was signed to RCA Records in late 2002, he released his debut album Rainbow Man in May 2003. A second album, Leave the Light On, was released in 2005 on RCA. He left RCA in 2006. This album was followed by Jeff Bates in 2008 on the independent Black River Entertainment. Bates’ two RCA albums accounted for seven chart singles on the Billboard country charts, of which three reached top 40: “The Love Song” at No. 8, “I Wanna Make You Cry” at No. 23, and “Long, Slow Kisses” at No. 17.

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~ Billy Yates ~

Billy is an American country music artist. He was born March 13, 1963 in Doniphan, Missouri. Billy has released eight studio albums and has charted four singles on the Billboard country charts, including the number 36 “Flowers” in 1997. Yates also co-wrote George Jones’ singles “I Don’t Need Your Rockin’ Chair” and “Choices”.


 

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Big Al Weekley joins Music Charts Magazine® this year in celebrating International Bluegrass month of May 2015
Music Charts Magazine® welcomes Big Al Weekley and "The Big Al Bluegrass Show" for joining us for the 3rd year in a row celebrating International Bluegrass month of May  2015. Sit back and enjoy as Big Al takes you through some Bluegrass favorites. Read more
Judith Burnette joins Music Charts Magazine® this year in celebrating International Bluegrass month of May 2015
Music Charts Magazine® welcomes Judith Burnette and "Blue Ridge Backroads" for joining us for the 2nd year in a row celebrating International Bluegrass month of May  2015. Sit back and enjoy as Judith takes you through some Bluegrass favorites. Read more
The Texas Music Chart 5/18/2015
#1 #2 #3 #4 #5 Randy Rogers &  Wade Bowen Zane Williams Micky & the Motorcars Kevin Fowler w/Amy Rankin Sunny Sweeney w/Will Hoge New! Profiles of Texas Radio Reporters here Copyright © 2015, the Texas Music Chart. Used with permission from Best In Texas Music Marketing LLC, Houston, TX . Read more


 Music Charts Magazine Proudly Present May 2015 NEW DISCOVERY - ELDON HUFF

Music Charts Magazine® Proudly Presents

Eldon Huff – New Discovery for May 2015

 

Looking for some “New” music to add to your player and can’t find anything that blows you away?

Check out this Music Charts Magazine® “NEW DISCOVERY” Interview with “Eldon Huff” and be prepared to be excited knowing there is still 100% awesome music out there that you still have not heard.

After you listen to this great radio interview pasted below of “Eldon Huff” we are sure you will be glad you found this “New Discovery” and his song “Muscle Shoals and Macon” to add to your music playlist.

 

Click Here to read the entire article

 

 


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The Platters (Sonny Turner) - The Platters were one of the most successful vocal groups of the early rock and roll era. Their distinctive sound was a bridge between the pre-rock Tin Pan Alley tradition and the burgeoning new genre. The group had 40 charting singles on the Billboard Hot 100 chart between 1955 and 1967, including four no. 1 hits.

 


Music Charts Magazine® History

- Song for the month of May 2015:

Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band - Night Moves

Music Charts Magazine® Bob Seger - Night Moves - May 2015 Song of the Month

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

“Night Moves” is a song written and performed by Bob Seger, from his 1976 album Night Moves. Released as a single in December 1976, it eventually reached number four on the Billboard Hot 100 pop singles chart. In doing so, it almost single-handedly changed Seger from being a popular regional favorite into a national star.

Seger and the Silver Bullet Band went to Toronto for three days to record a few tracks with The Guess Who’s producer Jack Richardson, whose Nimbus 9 Productions company was hot at the time. The band quickly recorded two Seger originals, one of which was “Long Long Gone”, and a cover of the Motown hit “My World Is Empty Without You”, but before Seger left on the third day, he composed a fourth song to record. Seger said that the song was influenced by Bruce Springsteen’s “Jungleland”. As the only members of the Silver Bullet Band still in Toronto were the bassist and drummer (plus Seger on acoustic guitar and piano), Richardson recruited local session musicians to play electric guitar and organ, while Sharon Lee Williams, Rhonda Silver and Laurel Ward sang the song’s trademark backing vocals.

Richardson said that “the whole arrangement came together in the studio.” “Night Moves” is a mid-tempo number that starts quietly with acoustic guitar. Bass guitar and drums are introduced as the song’s setting is described: 1962, cornfields, ’60 Chevy. An intense summertime teenage affair is described, knowingly more sexual than romantic, with short instrumental lines breaking the evocative imagery sometimes in mid-sentence. Piano, female backing vocals, electric guitar and organ are added as the song’s emotional nostalgia builds momentum. Then suddenly it stops, as the narrative flashes forward to some period in the future, where he hums a song from 1962. To a quiet acoustic guitar, the narrator, awakened by a clap of thunder and unable to fall back asleep, ponders a different sense of the title phrase. Then the rest of the instruments fall back in, for an extended coda vamp of the chorus.

An edit of the song was generated that omitted the narrative interlude. (This abbreviated version is the one that was used on the FM soundtrack.)

After the tracks were mixed by Richardson and engineer Brian Christian, Richardson said that he received a call from Seger’s manager/producer Punch Andrews expressing dissatisfaction with the tracks, and Andrews said that Capitol Records had been equally disappointed. A few months later, when Richardson was talking to a Capitol A&R executive, he asked about the Seger sessions and was told that “both tracks” were potential B-sides. It turned out that Seger and Andrews had never given “Night Moves” to Capitol, so Richardson did and, after hearing it, Capitol made it the title track of Seger’s next album, as well as the first single.

Seger remembers the sessions somewhat differently. He claims that it was his decision to use musicians other than his normal band, and that he saw the song as potentially the one that would define his career. However, that appears to be inconsistent with the fact that the song was not submitted to Capitol by Seger and Andrews.

Bob Seger has been quoted as saying that the song “Night Moves,” (as well as the overall theme of the album), were inspired by the George Lucas movie “American Graffiti” (1973).

 

Read more at:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Night_Moves_(song)

 


 

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The Bellamy Brothers

Ed Bruce

Joanne Cash-Yates ( sister of Johnny Cash )

The Kentucky Headhunters

Harold Bradley ( brother to Owen Bradley ) – “Herald is the most recorded guitar player in the world”

Claude Gray

Patsy Cline documentary with her husband “Charlie Dick”

Bertie Higgins

Jack Blanchard & Misty Morgan

Kitty Wells tribute ( Keith Bradford – bass player & spokesman )

George Riddle – a George Jones tribute

Razzy Bailey

Lynn Anderson

Stonewall Jackson

Rock Music

Eddie Money

Lawrence Gowan ( Styx )

Buddy Holly’s “Peggy Sue”

James Marvell ( Mercy )

Paul Revere ( Paul Revere and The Raiders )

George Thomsco ( The Fireballs ) – coming soon!

Darren Dowler ( Paul Revere and The Raiders ) – coming soon!

Bluegrass Music

Mac Wiseman

Bobby Osborne

Rhonda Vincent

Larry Sparks

Sleepy Man Banjo Boys

Nu-Blu

The Roys – coming soon!

Gospel Music

 

Les Beasley ( Florida Boys ) – coming soon!

The Hoppers – coming soon!

Josh Cobb ( Legacy Five, Gold City )

R&B, Rock and Roll, Soul & Doo-wop

The Coasters – founding member Carl Gardner’s wife “Veta Gardner”

Sonny Turner ( The Platters ) – coming soon!

Independent Music

Angel Mary & The Tennessee Werewolves

Sheila Raye Charles ( Ray Charles’s daughter )

Hollis Champion AKA “Elmer Fudpucker”

Mark Dean

Lizzie Sider

Dion Pride ( son of Charley Pride )

   

 

 

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