Craft Recordings announces ‘Small Batch’ reissue for Isaac Hayes’ earth-shattering 1969 hit record 'Hot Buttered Soul'
Craft Recordings is pleased to announce an audiophile pressing of Hot Buttered Soul: the earth-shattering 1969 hit record from GRAMMY® and Academy Award®-winning singer, songwriter, producer, and actor, Isaac Hayes.
The High Hawks have premiered a new lyric video for their timely song "Temperature Is Rising." Americana Highways premiered the video, writing that the song's "swaggery roots rock launches this probe into the confusion and conflict that we experience with the uncontrolled experiment we all live within – social media." As we dive head first into another presidential election year, the song and video hit home ahead of the anticipated division tearing at the social fabric of this country.
For more than four decades the songwriter, New York Times best-selling author (The Wind Done Gone), and acclaimed educator Alice Randall has been one of the few Black female writers on Nashville’s Music Row, and the first to pen a #1 hit (Trisha Yearwood’s "XXXs and OOOs"). And while she has seen her songs recorded by multiple generations of country artists - from Glen Campbell and Mo Bandy, to Marie Osmond and Yearwood - none of those artists looked like her. Until now.
Get ready to embark on an unforgettable musical adventure with Eggy, the band that's been capturing hearts and ears across the nation! On April 12, 2024, Eggy brings their unique blend of heartfelt melodies and captivating rhythms to the Fox Theatre, promising an evening filled with the full spectrum of emotions that only their music can evoke.
The Kody Norris Show Wins Seven SPBGMA Awards Including Entertainer Of The Year, Album Of The Year, Song Of The Year, And More! External
Award-winning country & bluegrass group The Kody Norris Show received seven wins at the 2024 SPBGMA Awards in Nashville, Tennessee. The band brought home trophies for Entertainer of the Year, Instrumental Group of the Year, Album of the Year, Song of the Year, and Band (Overall) of the Year. Adding to the wins, Mary Rachel Nalley-Norris was named Fiddle Performer of the Year and Josiah Tyree won Banjo Performer of the Year.
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