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The last Nashville-scored production on Broadway, Roger Miller's "Big River" musical about Huckleberry Finn, won a Tony in 1986. Kenny Chesney is auctioning the silver tractor used in his concert special "CMT All Access: Kenny Chesney," which aired in December and early January. Jude Children's Research Hospital, will end on January 10. Kenny Rogers' 1981 song "Through the Years" (Real Audio excerpt) will be featured in the film "The Pledge." The film, directed by Sean Penn, features Jack Nicholson, Robin Wright, Vanessa Redgrave, Mickey Rourke and Harry Dean Stanton. Dolly Parton will tape an episode of "Austin City Limits" on January 18. Featured performers include Mark Wills, Keith Urban, the Martins, Chalee Tennison and Mike Snider.
The tractor has become part of Chesney's show as he performs the single "She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy" (Real Audio excerpt). The event will include a silent auction with items donated by George Strait, Vince Gill, Kenny Rogers, Clint Black, Ricky Skaggs and others.
The label recently released Australian singer Kasey Chambers' American debut. Asylum under Shriver won Grammy awards for the George Jones album Cold Hard Truth and the Trio II project by Emmylou Harris, Dolly Parton and Linda Ronstadt. Dolly Parton and Patty Loveless wrote original songs for the soundtrack to "Songcatcher," due February 13. "What an incredible honor this is," said Brad Paisley about his Grammy nomination for Best New Artist, along with Shelby Lynne, Sisqó, Jill Scott and Papa Roach.
Parton sings "When Love Is New" on the soundtrack, and Loveless contributes "Sounds of Loneliness." Also on the album are traditional folk songs sung by Roseanne Cash, Gillian Welch, Sara Evans, Emmylou Harris, Allison Moorer, Deana Carter, Maria Mc Kee, Iris De Ment, Julie Miller, and Hazel Dickens. "I was fortunate enough to end 2000 by being invited to become a member of the Grand Ole Opry, and now I'm starting out the new year with this Grammy nomination.
Artists already booked include Mary Chapin Carpenter, Stacey Earle, Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, the Lonesome River Band, Dolly Parton, Earl Scruggs Family and Friends, and Merle's father Doc Watson. The only female record label head in Nashville has stepped down, the Tennessean reported.
Evelyn Shriver's resignation as president of Asylum Records came 10 months after Asylum had been shifted from the control of New York-based Elektra Records to Warner Bros. Shriver says she will start a new record label with former O'Kanes co-leader Jamie O'Hara as the first artist. will keep Asylum as an imprint with a roster including Chalee Tennison Bryan White and Chad Austin.
The title track comes from those down-home country songwriters Bryan Adams, Marvin Hamlisch, R. Neither can match the heart and substance of the playful "3 Seconds," "Be My Reason," and "That's Where I'll Be," a Morgan-Kershaw original.
Morgan's solos on the thoughtful "29 Again" and "I Must Be Gettin' Older" reveal her depth and passion are intact.
Jo Dee Messina's first headlining tour will start February 8 in South Bend, Indiana.Rodney Crowell's hit-studded 1988 album, Diamonds & Dirt, leads a series of Legacy albums being reissued in expanded and remastered form on February 6.Diamonds yielded five #1 songs, including "After All This Time" (Real Audio excerpt).Kershaw, however, can't shake his pop obsession, reflected by a dull solo rendition of the grossly overrecorded "What a Wonderful World." The inane "Sugar," a Kershaw original, sounds like an early-'90s Billy Ray Cyrus outtake.Between the wide disparity in material and the mixture of duets and solo numbers, the entire album has an uneven, slapped-together feel.