Sounds Like: The legendary Jerry Reed, Lyle Lovett, Dwight Yoakam, John Prine, Brad Paisley
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Chuck Schaeffer - Member, ASCAP, NSAI, AMA, CMA, PFS, Lower Bucks Chamber of Commerce, Fishnet Bucks County
- SITAWE Award Recipient, Lower Bucks Chamber of Commerce
- Along These Lines - US Roots Country Radio Charts - peaked at #37; 10 weeks Top 50 - RMR;
#2 PA Roots Radio Charts for 8 ... See Full Bio
Making a long overdue return trip to Asbury Park, opening for Laura Cantrell - with Vern Warta on guitar. Get your tickets early! Laura Cantrell (lauracantrell.com/): Laura Cantrell is a country music artist based in New York City. Born in Nashville, TN, she came to New York to attend Columbia College, and found that her abiding interest in country music helped her stay connected with her family roots. That interest was the motivation behind her long-running radio program on WFMU in Jersey City, NJ, “The Radio Thrift Shop.” Beginning on WFMU in 1993, the program was a Saturday afternoon staple in the New York area for 13 years, then moved to WFMU.org and ran for two seasons on BBC Radio Scotland as a summer replacement in 2005 and 2006. In her ten-year recording career, Cantrell has released three acclaimed albums: “Not The Tremblin’ Kind,” “When The Roses Bloom Again,” and “Humming By The Flowered Vine.” She has toured extensively in the United Kingdom, Europe and Ireland, and was a favorite of pioneering British disc jockey John Peel, who called her 2000 album “Not The Tremblin’ Kind” “my favorite record of the last ten years, possibly my life.” Cantrell recorded several Peel sessions for the BBC from 2000-2004 and appeared on the first Peel Day program on Radio One commemorating the first anniversary of Peel’s death. Cantrell’s music has been celebrated in the press including features in The New York Times, “O” Magazine, Elle, and the Wall Street Journal. Cantrell’s music has been featured on NPR’s “All Things Considered,” “On Point,” and “Weekend Edition.” She has performed on “A Prairie Home Companion,” “Mountain Stage,” and the “Grand Ole Opry,” and appeared on the television programs “Late Night with Conan O’Brien,” and the Sundance Channel’s “Spectacle: Elvis Costello.” In recent years, she has been a contributor to The New York Times and www.VanityFair.com. Last spring, Cantrell released Kitty Wells Dresses: Songs Of The Queen of Country Music, a recording she made in honor of one of her heroines, the great Kitty Wells. A meditation on femininity in country music, the set takes its title from an original song written in tribute to Wells. At present, Cantrell is at work on her fourth album of original material. This Is A Seated, No Talking During The Performances. Coffee / Hot Cider / Tea Served All Night Long. Chuck Schaeffer (chuckschaeffer.com): Chuck Schaeffer’s 2nd cd, ‘Along These Lines’, spent 10 weeks on the US Top 50 Roots Country Charts (reaching #37), and peaked at #2, on the PA Roots Charts. He received 6 nominations and won Best Country Band at Montgomery Bucks Music Awards 3, and emceed MBMA 4. He has been featured in many TV / radio and media outlets, and has opened for or shared the stage with David Allan Coe, Roy Clark, Charlie Daniels, Dr. Ralph Stanley, Sonny Landreth, Lisa Marie Presley, Craig Bickhardt, Jim Femino and Lisa Bouchelle. He performed at the 2008 / 2009 Phillies World Series Rallies. -----------
Will be hosting the Rising Star student and Adult competitions. Interested in singing at the contest?
The Rock-On-Radio Songwriter Circle hosted by Danny Coleman - more information to follow..
Showtime: 8 PM - opening for Moot Davis - w/ Vern Warta on guitar
Show time: 8:00 PM. Great house concert in Yardley featuring Dan May - I'll be opening. Email email@example.com to reserve your seats, address and directions (note 'Dan May - House Concert' in the Subject line). Bring your favorite side dish or non-alcoholic drink to share. --------- Dan May (danmaycd.com) Singer-songwriter Dan May’s career path has taken more twists and turns than a corkscrew in a hurricane. He has worked as a grave-digger, television cameraman, short-order cook, nuclear missile security guard, gas station attendant, ice cream truck driver, delivery man, amusement park worker and greenhouse laborer; all before the age of 25. While studying music composition in college, he inadvertently stumbled upon an international opera career that forced him to leave a promising future as a songwriter behind. Cut to 15 years later, and after a vocal chord surgery that left him no longer able to meet the demands of opera, Dan returned to doing what he does best; writing and performing his own songs. Since his crossover from classical to popular music, Dan has hit the ground running. With three critically acclaimed albums already under his belt, his latest release, Dying Breed, has quickly become his most successful project to date. Dan will be performing with Dan Kauffman on guitar. ------ Chuck Schaeffer (chuckschaeffer.com) Chuck Schaeffer’s 2nd cd, ‘Along These Lines’, spent 10 weeks on the US Top 50 Roots Country Charts (reaching #37), and peaked at #2, on the PA Roots Charts. He received 6 nominations and won Best Country Band at Montgomery Bucks Music Awards 3, and was the emcee for MBMA 4. He has opened for or shared the stage with David Allan Coe, Roy Clark, Dr. Ralph Stanley, Sonny Landreth, Lisa Marie Presley, Jim Femino, Craig Bickhardt, Steve Pullara and Lisa Bouchelle. He has been featured in many TV, radio and media outlets. He has performed 600 shows over the last six years covering 13 states, including performing at the Phillies World Series Rallies in 2008 / 2009. Chuck will be performing with Vern Warta on guitar. --------------
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