Jackson Breit-Shades of Marmalade

(New York, NY) – Soul-pop crooner Jackson Breit reveals his debut EP “Shades of Marmalade” after the viral success of his latest single “Wouldn’t Change a Thing” on November 17, 2015. The Kollection said, “the slow and sunny vibes on “Wouldn’t Change A Thing” will take you right back to those warm breezy days,” while Barstool Sports said the single is a “cool, funky, fun jumpoff.”

It is rare to find an artist who can seamlessly merge the fundamentals of hip hop with acoustic, feel good jams like singer Jackson Breit, AKA Baby Marmalade. Take his recent successful mash-up video of Fetty Wap’s, “679” and Blackstreet’s “No Diggity” that premiered exclusively on Russell Simmons’ Global Grind. Jackson masterfully transformed two hip-hop smashes into an indie-summer anthem. The cover even got the nod of approval from Teddy Riley of Blackstreet’s daughter. Jackson Breit proves to the world his natural and seemingly effortless talent again in his new single, “Wouldn’t Change a Thing.” The track solidifies Jackson as the master of feel-good anthems. The track’s riveting groove along with Jackson’s sultry vocals paired with his innovative vocal intonations encapsulates his potential as the next big breakout artist.

The 24-year-old Virginina Beach native collaborated with “Cadence & Cause” for the release of ”Wouldn’t Change A Thing”. All proceeds went to Cadence and Cause for the National Autism Association.

Jackson, who’s fully deaf in his right ear, has been inspired to create in order to give back. He is an unparalleled songwriter and a master of multiple instruments.

Jackson Breit’s Shades of Marmalade EP available soon.

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Lady Low

Today, Hollywood quartet, Lady Low released their brand new single, “Burning Like a Fever.” Eden Lee, steps out from behind the drumkit on this track as lead vocalist.

The band is having their release party at The Troubadour this Thursday October 22 in LA, before playing a string of dates in Southern California.

Romance Rockers Lady Low Release “Burning Like a Fever” Single; Release Party at L.A.’s The Troubadour on Oct. 22 and Tour of Southern California to Follow

“Lady Low will leave you in a puddle.” (Kevin Bronson, Buzzbands L.A.)
(Los Angeles, CA) – October 16, 2015

The MuseBox today announced the release of “Burning Like a Fever,” the new single from Hollywood’s favorite romance rockers, Lady Low. Music blog Endless Sound recently raved that “Lady Low knock my socks off, and they seem to have an absolutely promising run in front of them.” Lady Low will kick off their upcoming tour of southern California with a release party for “Burning Like a Fever” at The Troubadour in Los Angeles on Thursday, October 22.

Described as “where strings and heartstrings collide,” Lady Low is a rock quintet comprised of Jimmy Sweet (vocals, guitar), Eden Lee (vocals, drums), Shanel Chavers (vocals, synth), Kaitlin Wolfberg (violin), and Mia Siler (viola). Sweet had always wanted to start a band that combined love’s passion and old school rock and roll. After returning to L.A. by way of London, he formed Lady Low.

Sweet started out with legendary San Francisco rock band, The Richmond Sluts. He still performs with the Goodtime Boys, a ‘70s cover band, along with members of Hot Hot Heat, Fleet Foxes, The Heavy, and Beachwood Sparks. While studying vocal performance at Ohio University, Eden recorded and performed with The First Street Heat, a nine-piece funk group. She has also been featured in SassafraZ and Tempo Tantrums, a female a cappella group. More information on Lady Low is available on the band’s official website.

Wolfberg writes the string arrangements and also plays viola, keyboards, and violin. She has worked with indie legends The Bats and The DB’s, and has played with heavy hitters such as Dweezil Zappa and Ruthann Friedman.

Thursday, Oct. 22 – West Hollywood, CA @ The Troubadour
Friday, Oct. 30 – Hollywood, CA @ The Spare Room at the Roosevelt Hotel
Monday, Nov. 2 – Hollywood, CA @ Harvard and Stone
Tuesday, Nov. 17 – Anaheim, CA @ House of Blues at Disneyland

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Nick de la Hoyde

Nick de la Hoyde is back with a new song, the b-side to his career-defining “By My Side” single. “It’s All a Game” changes pace completely with his recent Passion EP, sounding more like rock n roll than ever, which shows his growth as a musician.

Nick de la Hoyde won the mtvU Freshman video competition a few weeks ago and is now in heavy rotation on college radio stations across the nation as well as mtvU itself. His breakout EP, Passion, established Nick as a rapid rhyming heartthrob, who defies genre.

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Peter Henry Phillips-Culture Collide festival!

On Strength of Acclaimed The Origin and Comparisons to Bon Iver, Introspective Songwriter Peter Henry Phillips Announces American Debut at L.A.’s Culture Collide on Oct. 8th & 9th



“The Origin is gorgeous. It has that City and Colour quality with rich, detailed textures and a dense cinematic sweep.”

The Musebox today announced that Canadian singer-songwriter and producer Peter Henry Phillips will make his highly anticipated American debut at Culture Collide in Los Angeles on Thursday, Oct. 8 at Taix and Friday, Oct. 9 at The Champagne Room. CultureCollide.com likens Phillips to Bon Iver due to his “soaring falsetto, gentle guitar strumming, and introspective lyrics about love, loss, and the beauty of the natural world.” Culture Collide is an international, multicultural melting pot of music, culinary, and the art of travel. Tickets for Phillips’ shows are now available. More information on Phillips and his full-length debut The Origin is available on his official website.

Phillips has been working on his solo project for over five years. The Origin is inspired by nature and the beauty surrounding our daily endeavours. Phillips’ mesmerizing melodies have a soothing quality, maintaining a symbiosis with the charismatic and introspective feel of the album. With the cinematographic opening piece “The Wind,” the joyful first single “I Wanna Go,” and the Lennonesque “Burn & Crash,” Phillips has solidified his place among today’s elite songwriters.

In addition to having written, composed, and produced The Origin, Phillips played keyboards, guitar, bass, and pedal steel. According to Phillips, his debut full-length captures his generous nature and his impassioned approach to life:

“This album represents my desire to exist and to share my passion for life, music, and humanity. It has helped me to remember where I’m from and to better know where I want to go.”

Phillips, known as Pilou in Canada, became a fixture on the Quebec scene via his work with artists such as Jorane, Ariane Moffatt, and Tomas Jensen. The Asbestos native also collaborated with Maxime Morin, better known as DJ Champion, as the lead vocalist for his last two albums, Resistance and °1. In 2010, Pilou became one of Quebec’s most beloved singers when he performed on the television show Belle & Bum.

During the past decade, Phillips has worked as a producer for a variety of artists, including Marie-Jo Thério (Chasing Lydie), Philippe Brach (La foire et l’ordre), and Sébastien Lacombe (Territoires). The multi-talented artist performed on the original soundtrack of Denys Arcand’s last movie, Le règne de la beauté, which included two of his original songs in the score.

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Jamaican Reggae Artist Keznamdi Continues Breakout Year with Release of “Champion” Single

“…it’s a rousing ode to shooting for the stars.” – The Fader

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(Los Angeles, CA) – October 9, 2015

The MuseBox today announced that popular Jamaican reggae artist Keznamdi has released his next single, the inspiring “Champion.” Keznamdi co-wrote “Champion” with Justin Bieber’s writing partner, the multi-platinum Grammy winner Poo Bear. Keznamdi’s 2013 debut EP, the acclaimed Bridging the Gap, held top positions on the Billboard and iTunes reggae album charts. Keznamdi has enjoyed a breakout year with stints on the Dread and Terrible West Coast Tour, UCLA Jazz and Reggae Festival, and Reggae Sumfest 2015. “Champion” is available via iTunes.

Keznamdi was recently drafted for the Genesis Series project after buzzing electronic music producer and singer ZHU attended a scintillating performance by the young Jamaican in Los Angeles earlier this year. A month after the show, Sony Music flew Keznamdi and his team to Los Angeles, where he recorded several songs with ZHU. “As Crazy As It Is” featured Keznamdi and was the second release from the Genesis Series project. According to Keznamdi, his collaboration with ZHU was a positive step for both Keznamdi’s career and the reggae genre he holds so dear:

“It was an honour to work with ZHU and Sony Records on this track. The synergy and chemistry working with a musical genius like ZHU felt natural. I am all about fusing reggae with other genres and I am looking forward to this track doing big things and opening more doors for myself and the reggae genre in general.”

Keznamdi’s music has been influenced by icons such as Stephen Marley, Damian Marley, and Chakula, the Internationally known Reggae group led by his parents. Keznamdi spent his early years touring the world and performing on Chakula’s ten albums that were recorded in his family’s home, buried in the lush hills surrounding Kingston, Jamaica. Hear Keznamdi’s inspiring new single here.

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Patternist-Dizzy Repost

Indie Electro-Pop Patternist Ready for Next Level of Success with New Single “Dizzy” Premiere

Listen to Patternist’s Premiere of Latest Single “Dizzy”
“Patternist’s debut EP is full of catchy songs and wistful lyrics. Mouer has the ability to be as big as The 1975.”
(Emily Beiser, KAMP Radio)

(Los Angeles, CA) – October 13, 2015

The Musebox today announced the release of “Dizzy,” the new single from soulful indie electro-popper Patternist, the innovative project created by Portlander Gabe Mouer. The single is described by Idolator: “Patternist’s lithe bedroom pop is given a tropical touch here with some Afro-pop guitars and marimba, and the song eventually blossoms with a percussive breakdown that’s equal parts twinkling and rumbling.”

Having already opened for The Ataris and Train, the young songwriter Mouer has a decidedly 80’s vibe. According to Emily Beiser of KAMP Radio, Patternist’s 2014 debut EP, Youth is Fading, “is full of catchy songs and wistful lyrics…does an excellent job of blending nostalgia and uplifting beats…” More information on Patternist is available @ www.patternistmusic.com.

Patternist’s most recent singles “Gone” and “New Fashion” were recently added to Spotify’s “Fresh Finds”

Released in late 2014, Youth is Fading spent several weeks in The CMJ Top 200 and generated buzz among worldwide bloggers, critics, and industry insiders. Patternist has also licensed music to several television shows and companies, including Keeping Up with the Kardashians, MTV’s Real World, and Discovery Networks.

“There’s a resolutely 80s vibe to the music…This is a potential soundtrack to getting ready for going out, even where the lyrical content is bittersweet before its years…” Backseat Mafia

Patternist bursts with a blend of rhythmic synths, heart-thumping percussions, and lush arrangements that work in conjunction to support songwriter Mouer’s smooth tenor and thoughtful lyrics. Even the Patternist moniker is proof of Mouer’s creativity and unparallelled willingness to dive deeper:

“I was inspired by an idea that I love from psychology that theorizes that the brain has evolved a tendency to see meaningful, intentional patterns even where they might not exist. Examples of this include the face on Mars, subliminal messages when you play a record backwards, and divine signs on burnt toast. I then created a word around this theory.”

In March 2015, Mouer reentered the studio to record his second EP as Patternist, set to be released in monthly installments starting May 29. He will begin regional tours of the United States at the end of 2015.

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Alanna Royale Present Debut Album “Achilles”

Alanna Royale release their debut album, ACHILLES. Sample a taste of the band’s new album with their first single “Animal” which premiered exclusively through American Songwriter.
Alanna Royale combines the best elements of rock, pop, funk and soul, all executed by their fearless leader and sensual vocalist, Alanna Quinn-Broadus, an unparalleled rhythm section – Jared Colby on guitar, Gabriel Golden on bass and Matt Snow on drums – and a tremendously talented two-piece horn section – Kirk Donovan on trumpet and Diego Vasquez on trombone.
The band’s vivacious and soulful live shows have catapulted Alanna Royale onto the music scene. And now, thanks to their impressive fanbase and reputation, Alanna Royale’s, ACHILLES, is posed to skyrocket them to superstardom.
Without a single recorded song, Alanna Royale was able to obtain an impressive fanbase and a reputation solely because of their unforgettable live performances. In January of 2013, the band released its debut EP, Bless Her Heart, which led to sold-out shows across Nashville and prompted Mike Grimes, owner of the world famous Grimey’s to declare them, “the next big thing.”
Alanna Royale shines bright by marrying smooth, retro roots with dirty Rock n’ Roll attitude. Since the release of Bless Her Heart, the band has shared the stage with some of Nashville’s finest, and made appearances at Bonaroo, Austin City Limits, East Nashville Underground and Music City Roots. They’ve been featured in Garden & Gun and Nashville Lifestyles and on NPR.
Proving to be unstoppable, Alanna Royale has just put the finishing touches its full-length debut, ACHILLES. Recorded at The Bomb Shelter in Nashville, the album was engineered and produced by Andric Tokic (Alabama Shakes, Hurray for the Riff Raff), and features a revolving door of local talent including members of Los Colognes, Fly Golden Eagle and Lynyrd Skynyrd. “We were pushed to the boundaries,” shares Quinn-Broadus, “and we came out on the other end with an amazing record.


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Bebe Buell To Celebrate The Release Of New Two Song Single

The Original Rebel Heart Brings Her Brand Of AmerEclectic Music To Nashville

September 3, 2014, Nashville, TN – The legendary Bebe Buell continues her remarkable journey in Music City with the release of a new two-song single. Secret Sister and Hello Music City will drop on September 22nd. It will be available digitally on iTunes and on CD exclusively at Manuel and Grimey’s in Nashville. Buell’s highly anticipated release follows on the heels of recent sold-out shows at Nashville’s most prestigious venues. Buell and her band, The Nashville Aces will celebrate with a release party at Manuel located at 800 Broadway in Nashville on Friday, September 19th. This event is open to the public. It will feature live acoustic performances, food from M Street restaurants and cocktails by Deep Eddy Vodka. Complimentary autographed CDs will be given to the first 50 guests. The event is from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m.
Buell will self-release the single through her new imprint, AmerEclectic Records. Buell coined the term to describe her unique blend of explosive Rock & Roll and Americana inspirations. This is what Music City Mike had to say about the single’s B-side “The new upbeat single Hello Music City used some clever words rhyming with “city” to get across how she was not sorry to leave New York. This one may just catch on as one of the best local songs of 2014.”
On Secret Sister and Hello Music City, Buell and her Aces, whose members include Shannon Pollard- the grandson of the great Eddy Arnold on drums, Sally Tiven on bass, and Jimmy Walls, Buell’s husband and associate producer on guitar. The project was produced by Grammy-nominated Jon Tiven, who is a songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist, he also plays guitar and sax in the live line-up. Tiven has produced many music icons including Robert Plant, Black Francis, B.B. King and Wilson Pickett. “Handsome” Harry Stinson from Marty Stuart’s band, The Fabulous Superlatives is on board lending percussion and backing vocals along with renowned vocalist Beth Hooker. Hello Music City features Alabama Shakes’ Ben Tanner on keys and Rock & Roll Hall of Famer, Bruce Bouton on steel guitar.

Information At A Glance:
Who/What: Singer-Songwriter Bebe Buell’s Secret Sister/Hello Music City single release party
When: Friday, September 19, 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Where: Manuel
Navigational Address: 800 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203
Phone: 615-321-5444

CALENDAR LISTING: September 19, 2014, 6 p.m., Secret Sister/Hello Music City release party, Bebe Buell. The legendary Bebe Buell will celebrate the launch of new two-song single, Secret Sister and Hello Music City at Manuel. Manuel is located at 800 Broadway in Nashville. The event is free and open to the public. It will feature live acoustic performances, food from M Street restaurants as well as cocktails by Deep Eddy Vodka. Complimentary autographed CDs will be given to the first 50 guests.

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Pioneer Music Museum, The Only One In Iowa

Anita, Iowa….. It may be the ONLY museum in America’s upper Midwest devoted to Iowa’s pioneers, settlers and homesteader’s music. It is without a doubt the ONLY museum that contains a Hall of Fame devoted to the music of these same people. According to the curator of this unpretentious undertaking, Bob Everhart, “We’ve been working hard for the past 39 years, accumulating, sorting, filing, displaying, and telling the stories about the musical instruments and the music itself that found its way to Iowa. It’s called the Pioneer Music Museum. It’s an ongoing task, and to have the museum broken into, with thieves making off with Johnny Cash’s harmonicas and Patsy Montana’s guitar is heart breaking to those of us who find their celebrity, their music, and their memories taken away so easily. I guess that’s why we keep working so hard on the building in Anita, Iowa, that has become a focal point of Iowa’s musical history.”
Everhart is a recording artist for the Smithsonian Institution. He and his wife Sheila have developed a program for the Smithsonian called a “Traveling Museum of Music.” In their performance they do the music that was popular during all the wars America has fought. According to Everhart, “We will be doing this musical presentation for a number of Iowa museums this summer. It’s especially attractive, not only to seniors, but to kids who might not know what the music was like so long ago, or what the wars were like on such a personal basis.”
The Everhart’s were honored by American Profile Magazine for their preservation work dealing with Iowa’s old-time music, and their continuing work as museum music curators in Anita, Iowa. They are members of the Iowa Museum Association, and as such, work hard keeping Iowa’s musical heritage alive.
The Pioneer Music Museum has become a focal point for tour groups, and smaller gatherings like the ‘Red Hats.’ According to Everhart, “We’ve had a number of tours already this summer, and expect more. At the same time, we are trying hard to stem some leaks in the old building’s roof, and that has become a challenge to say the least. We are a 501(c)3 non-profit group, very dedicated to Iowa’s musical memories, but we haven’t found that special sponsor or grant donor to help us keep up with Iowa’s very changeable weather, so we keep spot-fixing, hoping for the best.”
To keep the museum financially going, the Everhart’s produce and direct a festival of old-time acoustic music, now in it’s 39th year. “We’ve had to move the festival locations a few times,” Everhart said, “either because of rate increases or non-availability, but we are now in our 6th year at the Plymouth County Fairgrounds in LeMars, Iowa, the ice cream capital of the world. The event is seven days long, August 25-31 this year, and has ten stages going from 9am to midnight everyday all seven days, to accommodate the many performers of old-time music that attend. It’s also where we conduct the induction ceremonies of those going into America’s Old Time Music Hall of Fame, which is why we have the Pioneer Music Museum. Some amazingly famous and popular artists come for the ceremonies, this year is no exception with John Carter Cash being inducted on a Tuesday. John is the only child of Johnny and June Carter Cash, and is very busy and productive keeping his own family’s traditional music alive. Also going into the Hall of Fame is LuLu Roman a comedienne from the very popular television show Hee Haw, who will be inducted into the Hall of Fame on Thursday. She is a very popular gospel singer today. Add to that David Davis of the Warrior River Boys, from Alabama, who goes into the Hall of Fame on Monday, and a host of other celebrities awaiting confirmation, and anyone who likes an older style of acoustic music can begin to see why this event has been going for 39 years in Iowa.”
The University of Iowa Mobile Museum “Iowa’s Ancient Agriculturalists” will be at the festival on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, and another display at the fairgrounds ‘Round Barn’ will also be open. “It’s all about Iowa’s history,” Everhart said, “and Iowa’s music, from the very first homesteader to today. It’s incredibly entertaining, and for young people it’s incredibly educational. We even have a Tipi Rendezvous Village in an old ghost town that will be hosting an autoharp gathering, a dulcimer do, a fiddler’s jubilee, a poet’s corner, a songwriters circle, a guitar pull, a mandolin pickin’ and even a storytellers sit. We’ve offered free admission to any school that wants to have a ‘field day’ to be with us during our stay in LeMars.”
More information about the ONLY museum in Iowa devoted to Iowa’s pioneer’s music is available at their website at www.ntcma.net or telephoning them at 712-762-4363.

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When American Profile Magazine did a story on Iowan’s Bob and Sheila Everhart, they started with an interesting analogy. “When Bob Everhart plays ‘Down In the Valley’ he hears the voices of pioneers. And those voices have inspired a museum, two halls of fame, and a festival to honor America’s traditional and rural music.” Everhart is quick to add to that. “The festival we do is now is in its 39th year. That’s a record for Iowa, and for the kind of music we present, it’s a record for America. When I say the names of some of our presentations, like a guitar pull, or a harmonica howl, a banjo jamboree, a dulcimer do, an autoharp gathering, a poets corner, a fiddler’s jubilee, even a mandolin pick-in, it fosters images, and in many cases definite memories, of what America’s music used to be like. Doing this for 39 years has created a situation where we now need seven days and ten stages to accommodate the over 600 performers. What’s even more amazing is where they come from.”
Everhart, and his wife Sheila, work on the event the entire year. According to Sheila, “This is a monumental task for us, just scheduling that many performers can be a nightmare, but Bob has been doing it for a very long time now, and he enjoys each and every performance, especially those that engender the continuation of what America’s early rural music was like.”
“America’s rural music is the most discriminated musical genre in America,” Bob is quick to point out. “It has been under the gun so many times it’s a wonder it even still exists. When radio and recordings first came into being, the only licensing agency was A.S.C.A.P. who refused to license the old-time mountain music for radio airplay, because they felt it was unfit for human consumption. Perhaps they weren’t listening to ‘America’ then, and in many cases they do not listen to ‘America’ today. That’s why we work so hard keeping this particular event alive and well. We formed a 501(c)3 non profit agricultural exposition organization way back in 1976, to help us keep it alive. We’re kind of like a church. Our religion is of many stripes, but the stars of our flag are the ones that still keep the light of America’s musical heritage unextinguished.”
The Everharts are recording artists for the prestigious Smithsonian Institution. Created by Moses Asch in New York City, it is now the most respectable record label maintaining America’s musical heritage in the country. The Everharts feel the same way. “We’ve recorded six albums for the Smithsonian, and that has led us to creating a program we call the “Traveling Museum of Music.” Working on it, and researching it for two years now, this is a program of the music that was popular, especially in rural America, during all of the wars America has been in. It’s an incredible historically accurate, sometimes funny, sometimes sad, most times very meaningful entertainment suitable for all ages, especially appreciated by an older audience. That’s exactly how we continue our work saving America’s rural musical heritage.”
The festival the Everhart’s conduct, as volunteers, takes place August 25-31, at the Plymouth County Fairgrounds, in LeMars, Iowa. “LeMars is the ice cream capital of the world,” Everhart said, “so we are very pleased to be in a location that has air conditioned buildings that can accommodate the ten stages we have, everything from a Log Cabin front porch, to a quiet little nook in front of an old wind mill in what we call a pioneer ghost town. That’s where the Carl Sandburg readings, poetry, autoharpists, storytelling, dulcimers, and zither playing and quiet music takes place. What a very interesting way to hear the music calling from the prairies of our ancestor’s past. It includes Native American’s too, tipi’s and all. Our main stage which accommodates nearly 2,000 fans is also air conditioned.”
Add the many professional performers that come from around the world and it becomes very international in scope. This year the number one country singer from Japan, Hank Sasaki, and the queen of country music from Denmark, Tamra Rosanes, meet up with Lucky Susan Crowe (Russell Crowe’s stepmother) from New Zealand, and Greta Elkin, the Yodeling Queen of Ireland. Everhart adds with a chuckle, “We have an incredibly large international presence at this event. We have five performers coming from Canada. But that’s not all, as the old-time rural music makers would proclaim, we have special guests like John Carter Cash, the only child of Johnny & June Carter Cash. Larry Cordle the guy who wrote ‘Murder on Music Row’ a song very dear to the hearts of our rural audience. Stephen Pride, the younger brother of Charley Pride, and LuLu Roman, one of the stars of Hee Haw, all making the trek to the corn fields of Iowa, to re-discover what rural country music is all about. Even bluegrass music is represented by the likes of Alabama’s David Davis and the Warrior River Boys, and Goldwing Express from Branson, and Larry Gillis and Swampgrass from Georgia. Nashville songwriter, Terry Smith says it best of all in the words of his song “The Far Side Banks of Jordan” which was a huge hit for Johnny & June Carter Cash.”
According to Smith, “That one song I wrote touches the hearts of married rural people, because it says with powerful love, the very same thoughts they have for each other.” Smith has been coming to the festival for the last 17 years. “This is the only legitimate musical event I am aware of that keeps the music in the original rural, very heart felt, style that made it so popular from the very beginning of America, and it’s still alive today, here in Iowa.”
The Everharts feel much the same way. “When America was just a young’un in the late 1700’s, and growing fast, there wasn’t so much an opportunity to be ‘from’ somewhere so much as there was to be ‘going’ somewhere. Agriculture was, and still is, one of the most important industries in America. That’s why we even have the “Mobile Musem” containing displays relative to Iowa’s ancient agriculturists, right up to the present, with us. We invite every school in Plymouth County, and all counties surrounding Plymouth, to send their kids to us for a field day of incredible history as revealed in the old songs that Bluegrass legend Bill Monroe (who by the way, found his wife in Iowa) labeled this musical history the ‘ancient tones.’ “We make stage time available for even the very beginning performer,” Sheila noted, all they have to do is call us at 712-762-4363 and we’ll find a stage for them.”
There’s also a huge arts and crafts vendor area at this non-profit event, even a large flea market. According to the Everhart’s, ‘We find room for everyone. We even have RV camping on the grounds with electricity, and some of the best ‘rural’ food you’re likely to find anywhere, including Native American food.”

Prepared by Bob Phillips, Correspondent for NTCMA www.ntcma.net
P O Box 492, Anita, Iowa, 50020

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