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This is the campaign kickoff for the re-election of Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam.
Mark Houser and Bluegrass Drive played the Tennessee Statesmen's Dinner Reception hosted by Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam.
"Bluegrass on the Green" CD Release Party Join Mark Houser next Saturday, September 8th at 11:00 am for Bluegrass on the Green. Concert Announced Celebrating the Release of Mark Houser & Bluegrass Drive’s Album UNEVEN ROAD Special Guests Include: Carrie Hassler, Arlo Gilliam, Jim Bowman, Delnora Reed, and Wilder Mountain The event takes place Saturday, September 8, 2012 at 11:00 am- 3:00 p.m. (CT) just off the square at 303 West Main Street in Livingston, Tennessee, “The Home of Americana Music.” Bring the entire Family ~ Hope to see everyone there!
Sounds Like: Zac Brown Band, James Taylor, Jim Croce, Don Williams
Bio: Mark Houser is an established singer- songwriter in Nashville, Tennessee who is currently on Rural Rhythm Records. His release UNEVEN ROAD debuted on Billboard Bluegrass Magazine Chart at #9 on September 29, 2012 and spent over 36 weeks on the Roots Bluegrass Chart. The single LEAD ME HOME reach...See Full Bio
“The title track shares the same sentiment, with the singer asking the one he loves to just let him “bear [her] gently down life’s uneven road.” The music on this album is excellent. Houser has assembled some first rate pickers to serve as his band, referred to on the album as Bluegrass Drive. Houser takes lead vocal duty throughout the album, in addition to playing guitar. Also featured are Cody Kilby (guitar and banjo), Andy Leftwich (fiddle and mandolin), Cory Walker (banjo), Barry Bales (bass), and Scotty Sanders (dobro). This group obviously has a firm grasp on how to play fine contemporary bluegrass, and as a result, Uneven Road is a very enjoyable listen. While he is relatively new to the bluegrass world as an artist, Mark Houser isn’t a stranger to the music itself. For more information on Houser and his music, visit www.markhouserbluegrass.com. (page 3 of 3)”