From: htmlversion-request_at_musicnewsmail_dot_com on behalf of dan_at_musicnewsmail_dot_com
Sent: 13 September 2006 19:47
Subject: September 10 Music News Nashville

Music News Nashville
Sep. 10, 2006
Vol. 2, Issue 18





Greetings everyone....

Did you have a good Labor Day weekend?  We hope so... we spent it on the golf course, losing as many balls to the water traps as we could (in other wards, WAAAAYYYYY too many).  But it was fun, it was relaxing, and it meant a short work week.  Despite that short week, we have new information for you, new photos, new articles, and more.
One thing we'd like to ask you to do is periodically click on the Google advertisements to the right on the main page and latest news page.  It doesn't cost you anything and it helps support MNN.  Also, please make sure to support our advertisers.  They are the ones which allow us to continue bringing you the latest news, great photos and everything else we offer.
Doing anything on Saturday, September 23rd?  Little Texas is performing in a special outdoor, intimate concert under the stars at Dyer Observatory in Brentwood, TN., at 7:00pm.  Doors open at 4 PM with tickets ranging from $7 for students; $12 for Vanderbilt University faculty/staff and Bluebird on the Mountain season ticket holders; and $15 for general public. In addition, there is a $50 VIP ticket that will allow for pre-show access and a meet & greet with the band.  Proceeds from this benefit concert will be used to expand programs at Dyer Observatory that tell the story of science and that provide hundreds of area students the chance to see the wonders of the stars and to interact with world class explorers who are at the forefront of new discoveries.  CLICK HERE to visit Ticketmaster and purchase tickets for this concert.
Mark your calendars for the release party for Fertitta and McClintock's new CD, AFTER ALL THIS TIME, produced by Fred Mollin, Steven McClintock and David Fertitta. The date is September 29th at 7pm til 9pm at LYRIX with special guest Jim Quealy and Gunner Nelson. The 27 years in the making CD is on 37 Records and will be for sale that night!  Everyone is invited.
We HIGHLY recommend you visit MNN every day to catch the LATEST NEWS.  The industry news changes daily, including notices of events and more.  Log on every day and visit the LATEST NEWS section where stories are updated from noon to 5:00pm EVERY DAY.
Here's what's new in MNN this week:
(To read the story, review or see the photos, simply click on the headline)
Jessi Colter Moves On by Rick Kelly
Learning Curve by Fett
Macke's: Green Hills' Newest Upscale Eatery by Tori Sparks
Producer Shark Repellant By James Rea
The Road to Sugarland By Peter Cronin
CD Reviews:
Dave Barnes - Chasing Mississippi by Lori Shropshire
The Derailers - Soldiers Of Love by Lori Shropshire
Shenandoah - Journeys by Kenny Hart
*** Watch for new reviews coming this week
New Artist Spotlight: Natalie Howard By Peter Cronin
*** Coming soon - Jeff Bates, Heartland, Pirates Of The Mississippi, Bob Mason
(Most photos on the MNN website are available for purchase - please contact Dan)
Awards Nominations for 2006 CMA Awards
Kid Pan Alley CD Release Party
*** Plus, we are regularly adding new photos to "An Average Night in Nashville"
*** Coming soon - Broken Bridges movie premier, Jesse Lee showcase, RAMA's "The Producer's Chair" and more
Upcoming Events:

- Little Texas concert At Dyer Observatory, Sponsored by Bluebird Cafe, September 23, 7:00pm
- Celebrity Tablescapes For TJ Martell Foundation, September 15-25, 2006
IBMA Week and Awards, Nashville Sept. 24 - Oct. 1, 2006
- NSAI #1 Party at NSAI/Nashville, Sept. 25th, 4:00pm
- Durango Songwriter's Expo / Park City, Utah, October 5-7
Country Star University Oct. 9 & 10
Bluebird On The Mountain: The summer concert series wraps up Oct. 14 At Dyer Observatory
- IEBA in Nashville, October 15-17
Lion King at TPAC, 6 week run beginning October 26, 2006
TN4Kids Live Auction, November 2nd, 2006
- BMI Country Music Awards, November 4th, Nashville

- ICMA Awards, Gibson Showcase/Nashville, November 9, 7:00pm
Columns / Concert Reviews:
- Bayou's Blue-s Blast
- GAC Music Beat With Ronna Rubin
- Miranda's Nashville Unplugged
- Preshias Tome's Monthly Column

to go to Music News Nashville
Please remember to support our advertisers and sponsors
Need a New Website?  Better management of an existing one?  Inexpensive hosting?  Let the music News Nashville team be your complete website source.  Click here for more info...

NASHVILLE ONSTAGE TV SHOW is looking for singers and songwriters to perform to album tracks or acoutic sets on CATV-19 and PAX TV/i, reaching up to 3 million viewers. Send your demo to Ernie and Debbie Simms at  and go to CONTACTS, or call 615-367-2803 for more info.

Need a place to stay while in Nashville? Check out The Writer's Room and be a guest in the home of Bryan and Holly Cumming. Rates are $30 per night single, $35 for double. Access to laundry, own phone line, microwave and refrigerator, coffee maker and more. It's a place that feels like home. For more information,  CLICK HERE or call Bryan and Holly at 615-356-9008

To be removed from the MNN mailing list, CLICK HERE


Music News Nashville is hosted by Eagle Web Development

Website designed by Dan Harr
and Shawn Harnett
Copyright 2005 Music News Nashville. All Rights Reserved
Music News is owned and published by Daniel Harr and edited by Sue Sporer

TO UNSUBSCRIBE, please e-mail Dan and ask to be removed from the mailing list.