Buddy Miller & Jim Lauderdale Launch Sirius XM Show; Kenny Chesney Nets 24th No. 1 Single; Music City Roots Celebrates Guitar Night

Juli Thanki | August 1st, 2012

  • Buddy Miller and Jim Lauderdale are launching their own radio show on Sirius XM’s Outlaw Country on August 4 at 10 p.m. Eastern. American Songwriter has a teaser of Lucinda Williams’ guest appearance on The Buddy & Jim Show.
  • There’s a famous voice in this fan-assisted video of Gretchen Peters’ “Hello Cruel World.”
  • Stream Walt Wilkins’ Plenty over at Performing Songwriter.
  • Craig Shelburne of CMT.com has more info on Jamey Johnson’s upcoming Hank Cochran tribute record, including a track listing.
  • Kelly Dearmore reports on Jack Ingram’s recent work with The Boot Campaign, which recently gave a wounded veteran a new house.
  • Kimberly Perry filled in for Alison Krauss during a performance of “Whiskey Lullaby” at a recent Brad Paisley show.
  • “Come Over,” which recently went gold, is Kenny Chesney’s 24th No. 1 single.
  • Over at Country Universe, which recently celebrated its eighth birthday, Roger Miller and Porter Wagoner made the list of 100 Greatest Men in Country Music.
  • Out October 30: an Elvis Presley 2-CD/DVD package Prince from Another Planet: 40th Anniversary Edition. (via press release)
  • Sara Watkins compiled a mixtape for The Bluegrass Situation.
  • In other Kenny Vaughan news, he’ll be on tonight’s “Guitar Night” Music City Roots show.
  • Eleven Hundred Springs’ Matt Hillyer donated his hair to Locks of Love and got the Texas Music TV crew to tape the occasion.
  1. Rick
    August 1, 2012 at 7:31 pm

    I’m so glad to read about Matt Hillyer finally getting his hair cut! OK Matt, you can come back to LA now and not worry about some drunk redneck mother’s son trying to kick your ass and raise some hell! (lol)

    Music City Roots vs. Opry Again! Tonight’s Opry has Music City Roots beat hands down (unless you are a guitar geek). The Opry will feature: Josh Thompson, Joey+Rory, Del McCoury, Aaron Tippin, Darryl Worley, Mandy Barnett, and Connie Smith. That’s quite a line-up! Grade: A! The Music City Roots “Guitar Night” features Kenny Vaughan (as mentioned above), Guthrie Trapp(?), Pete Huttlinger(?), and Pat Bergeson(?).
    Opry Schedule: http://www.opry.com/shows/ThisWeek.html

  2. TX Music Jim
    August 2, 2012 at 2:36 pm

    Saw the 1100 springs boys play recently and Matt looked positively clean cut. It was daughter inspired good for Matt.

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