Birthday Bash Giveaway: Part Five
Thanks to our friends at North Carolina label Yep Roc Records, we’ve got a four-pack of albums to give one lucky reader:
Chatham County Line – Sight & Sound (CD/DVD set)
Dave Alvin – Eleven Eleven
Jim White – Where It Hits You
Chuck Prophet – Temple Beautiful
To enter the giveaway, leave a comment on this post mentioning your favorite artist from North Carolina or song about the state. The deadline is 9 a.m. Eastern on Friday, July 13. A winner will be chosen by random number generator and notified by email, so be sure to use a valid address. Need a few ideas? Check out the North Carolina Music Hall of Fame.
- Rick: Why Leeann, I'm all for "charity" when I am the recipient! (lol)
- Rick: I'm glad to see Miss Leslie was able to raise enough funds to record a new album. I can't wait ...
- J.R. Journey: Congratulations to Trisha Yearwood and Little Big Town. They join Hank Williams Jr. in the country-stars-with-Emmy-awards category.
- Juli Thanki: They're no Tracy Jordan.
- Luckyoldsun: Here he is with Mr. Johnny Carson: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0L5QC9ZJkM8
- Blake Boldt: Trisha and LBT for the EGOT.
- Barry Mazor: I thought Luckyol was kidding--and he may have been. The Ames Bros charted dozens of times, and Ed Ames ...
- bob: Before going solo, Ed Ames was a member of the Ames Brothers. The brothers had some hits in the 50's ...
- Luckyoldsun: "My parents’ record collection consisted of Ed Ames, Perry Como..." Ed Ames made records? I did not know that. I thought ...
- Leeann Ward: Old Town, where Griffin is from, is just a few minutes away from me.