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John Cowan, John McFee & Friends Set To Appear On The Grand Ole Opry In Support Of Upcoming New Album "Sixty"
John Cowan, John McFee and Friends are set to make a very special (rare) appearance together in support of the forthcoming new Cowan album "Sixty", set to be released on Tuesday, August 26th on Compass Records.
They will perform 3 songs and then meet/greet and sign copies of the album at the Opry Store inside the Grand Ole Opry House after the show, starting at 9:15 pm.
See the web link below for more details. Don't miss this chance to see them live and get both to sign your CD purchase.
(Nashville, TN)–John Cowan, one of the most legendary voices in roots music, has signed a license deal Compass Records to release his new album entitled “Sixty”, slated for an August 2104 release. Cowan recently completed putting the finishing touches on the project which promises to be the celebrated singer/bassist’s most ambitious and compelling solo release to date.
Working with Doobie Brothers band mate John McFee, who expertly helms the producer’s chair, Cowan has assembled an impressive list of guest artists (friends), including Leon Russell, Alison Krauss, Rodney Crowell, Bonnie Bramlett, Jim Messina, Huey Lewis, Ray Benson, John Jorgenson, Chris Hillman, Andrea Zonn, Sam Bush and others on the way to creating what is shaping up to be a cross-genre musical celebration of his 35+ year career.
John Cowan, universally known as "The Voice of Newgrass," has been singing his heart out for the past 35+ years. As a member of New Grass Revival, he helped create a sound which brought a new audience to the bluegrass music and was arguably as important in shaping the direction of modern bluegrass as Flatt and Scruggs was to the genre in the 1960s. After New Grass Revival disbanded in 1990, Cowan went on to record a series of critically acclaimed solo albums and to lend his unique vocals as a session musician to a lengthy discography including albums by Garth Brooks, Glen Campbell, Steve Earle, Rodney Crowell, Janis Ian, Delbert McClinton, Darius Rucker, Kenny Rogers and Poco.
Currently, Cowan divides his time on the road between solo tours with the John Cowan Band and as a touring member of the Doobie Brothers, with whom he has been performing regularly since 2010.
John Cowan joins a superstar line up to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Leftover Salmon's "The Nashville Sessions"
Leftover Salmon will celebrate 15 years of The Nashville Sessions with a performance at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tenn. on September 15.
Joining the group as special guests for the evening are John Bell, Sam Bush, Jeff Coffin, John Cowan, Jeff Hanna, Taj Mahal, Todd Park Mohr, Bill Payne, Randy Scruggs, Jo-el Sonnier, Sally Van Meter, and Reese Wynans.
"It occurs to me that this a divine moment to celebrate Leftover Salmon's mantra of meaningful art. The Nashville Sessions, made in my hometown (which of late seems hell-bent on drowning in pop culture and lowest common denominator-ism) reminds us all that there is a rich, fine, & true heritage here for those who choose/risk to create it. Thank you gentlemen and ladies for the "hand up!"
For more information, visit leftoversalmon.com.
We regret to announce that due to management changes at WSM AM 650, our monthly radio show “I Believe To My Soul” has been cancelled, along with all daytime “guest host” shows.
We are currently looking for a new home for “I Believe To My Soul.” In the meantime you can access the show archives at www.johncowan.com.
I’d like once again to express my sincere gratitude to all the artists who graciously appeared on the show:
John Carter Cash
A heartfelt thanks to all of you for listening and for your continued support. We still have two amazing shows that will air when we find a new place to land - Rick Hall and Darrell Scott.
Last, but not least, my personal thanks go out to Jonathan Shaffer, Brian Smith and Joe Limardi – without whom this experience would not have been possible.
I am honored to host tonight's (3/12) edition of Music City Roots in Nashville, TN. Our guests include Rhonda Vincent & the Rage, Wild Ponies, Teea Goans, Cabinet and Don Duprie.
I hope you will tune in starting at 7:00 pm CST (8:00 pm EST) either on radio at Hippie Radio 94.5 FM in Nashville or watch the worldwide streaming of the broadcast at http://musiccityroots.com/live-stream
Still the best entertainment deal in Nashville at only $10 per person!!