'Bluegrass on the Green" Concert Announced For This Saturday

Article Contributed by Rural Rhythm Records | Published on Wednesday, September 5, 2012

Acclaimed singer-songwriter, MARK HOUSER announced details for the upcoming “Bluegrass on the Green” Concert celebrating the upcoming album release of UNEVEN ROAD by MARK HOUSER & BLUEGRASS DRIVE. The event takes place Saturday, September 8, 2012 at 11:00 am (CT) just off the square at 303 West Main Street in Livingston, Tennessee, “The Home of Americana Music.” The “Bluegrass on the Green” concert will be hosted by Philip Gibbons of COUNTRY GIANT 94.7 Radio.  Houser will be a Gibbon’s guest on the station Thursday, September 6th at 11:00 a.m. This free family friendly event includes FREE BBQ, cupcakes and drinks.  Fans will certainly be thrilled with performances by:11:00 am - Jim Bowman - Mark Houser’s first co-writer and the first artist to cut one of his songs. Jim wrote the hit “Cowboy's Dream” by Mel Tillis in early 80's.)11:30 am -  Delnora Reed - Bluegrass/ Americana artist12:00 pm -  Arlo Gilliam - Bass player with Travis Tritt.  He is the co-writer of the current single, “River of Regret” from Mark Houser & Bluegrass Drive’s upcoming album UNEVEN ROAD and “My Kind of Crazy” by Emerson Drive.12:30 pm -  Wilder Mountain1:00 pm -    Carrie Hassler - Rural Rhythm Recording artist. Long friend of Houser.  She has recorded three Mark Houser songs including the chart topping “Seven Miles From Wichita.”  Carrie is also the co-writer of Mark's current single “River of Regret.”1:30 pm -    Mark HouserUNEVEN ROAD by MARK HOUSER & BLUEGRASS DRIVE releases on Rural Rhythm Records, September 11, 2012.  The label recently released the first single, “River of Regret” written by Mark Houser, Arlo Gilliam, and Carrie Hassler. This exciting new album features the talents of: Rhonda Vincent, Andy Leftwich, Cody Kilby, Barry Bales, Cory Walker, Scotty Sanders, Paul Brewster, Dawn Sears, and more. The album was co-produced by Mark Houser and Little River Band guitarist, Rich Herring.