Steve Gulley & New Pinnacle EPK

Steve Gulley & New Pinnacle EPK

STEVE GULLEY & NEW PINNACLE HIGHLY ANTICIPATED

DEBUT ALBUM RELEASES MARCH 31st

Single Reaches #1 on the “Bluegrass Today” Weekly Airplay Chart Five Times

March 27th “Bluegrass Junction” Live World Premier on Sirius XM Radio

STEVE GULLEY & NEW PINNACLE will be available on AirPlay Direct for DJ downloads this week, as well as, a full service of the CD album for D.J.’s.   On March 31st the album will be available on Amazon, ITunes and wherever Bluegrass music is sold.

ABOUT STEVE GULLEY & NEW PINNACLE:

The Gulley family name enjoys a rich musical heritage that reaches across generations with strong roots in Bluegrass and Mountain Gospel music.  It starts with long time radio personality Don Gulley who was a founding member of the Bluegrass group the Pinnacle Mountain Boys. Don’s son, Steve Gulley, has carried on the family tradition performing for many years with Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver, as a founding member of Bluegrass super groups Mountain Heart and Grasstowne, as a regular featured performer at Renfro Valley and with Steve’s longtime friend and colleague Dale Ann Bradley.

Steve Gulley & New Pinnacle includes; Steve Gulley (guitar, vocals), Bryan Turner (bass, vocals), Gary Robinson, Jr. (mandolin) and Matthew Cruby (banjo, vocals).Steve Gulley certainly does not need any introduction to the Bluegrass community with accomplishments that include16 years as a featured performer, staff musician, music director, studio manager and producer at Renfro Valley, KY.  From 1994-96 Steve was a member of Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver and a founding member of Mountain Heart (’98 – ’06),  Grasstowne (’06 – ’11) and with long time friend Dale Ann Bradley through 2014. Steve is a winner of 4 IBMA Awards including Co-writer of the 2008 Song Of The Year, “Through The Window Of A Train”, by Blue Highway and SPBGMA Multi award winner including 2008 Album Of The Year, “The Road Headin’ Home”, by Grasstowne.

 

In addition, Steve has produced many albums at his Curve Recording studio in Cumberland Gap, TN, including the Dove nominated album “Healed” for Locust Ridge, the critically acclaimed Civil War album project “God Didn’t Choose Sides”, and the Christmas CD/DVD and broadcast of “Christmas The Mountain Way”, which aired on RFD-TV’s FamilyNet and BlueHighways TV networks.

Steve has put together an impressive group of musicians to form New Pinnacle pulling some of the top talent in his Tennessee / Kentucky / Virginia border state community that he has called his home all his life.

 

Bryan Turner is a super talented musician with a strong pedigree in bluegrass, country and gospel music. His family contains many well-respected musicians including his dad, Bill, and his late uncle, Buster Turner, who wrote and performed so many wonderful songs that have been recorded by some of bluegrass and gospel music’s most respected artists. However, Bryan doesn’t stand on his family name alone. He has carved his own musical path filled with respect and accomplishments. He has performed and traveled with the groups Cumberland Gap Connection, Pine Mountain Railroad and The Dale Ann Bradley Band and worked with many other great names in the bluegrass world. Besides being a fine instrumentalist and vocalist, Bryan is also a great studio engineer and technician. He is co-owner, along with Steve Gulley and Mark Laws, of The Curve Recording Studio and has his name on a great number of nationally acclaimed recordings that have been created there. A native of New Tazewell, TN, Bryan plays bass and sings lead and harmony vocals in the band and is a welcome and valuable asset to New Pinnacle.

Gary Robinson, Jr. is a spectacular young multi- instrumentalist who hails from Lee County in the beautiful mountains of southwestern Virginia near the Cumberland Gap National Park where so much great bluegrass and old – time roots music has originated. Gary carries the banner of that music proudly and it shows in everything he does. Although only in his early twenties, Gary boasts a long tenure in the world of bluegrass music. He started playing guitar at age 8 and mandolin when he was only 9 years old. As his love for the music and his talent grew, he later made his way to the stages of Renfro Valley as part of its Young Country Showcase where he was exposed to a larger audience. Not long after, he joined the band Cumberland Gap Connection where he remained for several years, he then became a member of the hard driving, cutting edge bluegrass band, Cumberland River until 2014. Gary plays mandolin in New Pinnacle, but is also accomplished on several other instruments including guitar and banjo.

Matthew Cruby resides in the small town of Fort Blackmore, Virginia with his wife, Melinda, and their daughter, Matalie.  Matt was introduced to bluegrass music at a young age and it has remained a big part of his life ever since. He began playing the guitar when he was only 5 years old. Then, at age 10, he took an interest in playing the banjo and soon became incredibly well versed on that instrument as well. Over the years since those early days, he has become well known in bluegrass circles for his impeccable musicianship as well as his passion for the music. Matt has performed and toured with the groups Appalachian Trail and Dave Adkins and Republik Steele. He plays banjo and sings harmony vocals with New Pinnacle.

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The Roys Those Boots Music Video

Award-winning bluegrass duo, The Roys, have released the video for their latest single, “Those Boots,” which serves as the second release off of their latest album, The View. The video deeply connects with their roots, and includes footage of military members, farmers, firefighters and more. The video was filmed and produced by Passamano Bros. Productions, and premiered exclusively on  The Boot.

“Those Boots is a song that really touches the heart and is very patriotic as it pays tribute to our military,” says Elaine Roy. Lee Roy adds, “It’s one of our favorite songs on the new album. I hope everyone enjoys watching it as much as we enjoyed putting it together!”

So far, 2015 has been a good year for the brother/sister who began the year performing on the Country Music Cruise. They are featured in the latest edition of Country Weekly, along with other artists performing on the cruise including Charley Pride, Martina McBride, The Oak Ridge Boys, Lorrie Morgan and more.  In addition to a jam-packed tour schedule, they have continued to gain traction with their latest album The View. They came in at #7 of Deep Roots Magazine’s Elite Half Hundred of 2014.

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Ronnie Reno Lower Than Lonesome Video Track

Ronnie Reno Lower Than Lonesome Video Track

Amazon Link: http://amzn.com/B00T7Z5CUW
NASHVILLE, TN (March 9, 2015) – RONNIE RENO, whose musical talents helped forge the sound and songs of so many legendary Bluegrass and Country Music entertainers, celebrates 60 years in entertainment with the release of his new album, LESSONS LEARNED, due in stores on March 17, 2015. The first single release, “Lower Than Lonesome,” hits airwaves today and is available to radio programmers at AirPlayDirect (click HERE).

LESSONS LEARNED is the perfect album title for the two-time IBMA honoree and “Bluegrass Music’s Youngest Old-Timer.” Over the past 60 years, Ronnie Reno has had one of the most colorful, diverse and distinguished careers in the music industry—the lineage of which is a study of both traditional Country and Bluegrass music history. His musical talents have provided the foundation for a long list of seminal performers in both genres, including Reno & Smiley, The Osborne Brothers, Merle Haggard, The Reno Brothers, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash and many others. As a songwriter, his music was cut by artists such as Vassar Clements, Sammi Smith and Merle Haggard, and his song “Boogie Grass Band” was a pivotal #1 smash hit for Conway Twitty. As an award-winning television producer, his show “RENO’S OLD TIME MUSIC FESTIVAL” was the first nationally-broadcast show featuring Bluegrass Music, earning him a prestigious Cable Ace nomination and the nickname “The Dick Clark of Bluegrass.” His new show, “RENO’S OLD TIME MUSIC,” airs in prime time on Saturday nights on RFD-TV with 1.2 million monthly viewers (click HERE for more information, airtimes and upcoming guests).

The long-awaited LESSONS LEARNED is Reno’s first album in nearly a decade and his debut album on Rural Rhythm Records. Each song tells a story about life, love and relationships that pull from his rich experiences as an artist, songwriter and TV host. Reno’s singer/songwriting talents really shine on this 11-song album containing 9 songs penned by Reno. Produced by RONNIE RENO, LESSONS LEARNED showcases The Reno Tradition, (Mike Scott – banjo; Heath Van Winkle – bass; John Maberry – mandolin; and Steve Day – Fiddle), Ronnie’s current band and the house band on his TV show. LESSONS LEARNED contains “Reno’s Mando Magic,” a powerhouse instrumental done in the Reno tradition and 10 songs featuring Reno’s warm passionate vocals with harmony vocals by Heath Van Winkle and award-winning vocalist Sonya Isaacs. Album highlights include the title track, the up-tempo “Sweet Rosa Lee,” “Lower Than Lonesome,” “I Think Of You,” “Bad News At Home,” “Our Last Goodbye,” the Reno & Smiley classic “Trail Of Sorrow” and the Lefty Frizzell classic “Always Late” with guest vocals by David Frizzell.

TRACKS:
1. LOWER THAN LONESOME
2. LESSONS LEARNED
3. I THINK OF YOU
4. SWEET ROSA LEE
5. DEEP PART OF YOUR HEART
6. RENO’S MANDO MAGIC
7. TRAIL OF SORROW
8. ALL THAT’S WORTH REMEMBERING
9. OUR LAST GOODBYE
10. BAD NEWS AT HOME

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Cody Shuler Three Rivers Rambler Video Track

Cody Shuler Three Rivers Rambler Track By Track 7. Three Rivers Rambler (James Cody Shuler-Pine Mountain Railroad Music-BMI) Cody Shuler- Mandolin Eli Johnston- Guitar Matt Flake- Bass Tim Crouch- Fiddle Scott Vestal-Banjo

Produced by Cody Shuler
Recorded at Depression Lies Studios, Sevierville, TN Engineered by Alex Hibbitts Mixed by Alex Hibbitts and Cody Shuler Mastered by Randy LeRoy at Airshow Mastering Packaging by Passamano Bros. Productions Photos by John Black Photography Photo Locations Courtesy of John Black and the Folks at the Three Rivers Rambler

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Cody Shuler 2015 EPK Video

Cody Shuler

 

CODY SHULER album is now available for D.J. downloads on AirPlay Direct. The album will be available on iTunes, Amazon and wherever bluegrass music is sold.

Produced by Cody Shuler
Recorded at Depression Lies Studios, Sevierville, TN Engineered by Alex Hibbitts Mixed by Alex Hibbitts and Cody Shuler Mastered by Randy LeRoy at Airshow Mastering Packaging by Passamano Bros. Productions Photos by John Black Photography Photo Locations Courtesy of John Black and the Folks at the Three Rivers Rambler

Track List
1.My Home Is On This Ole Boxcar
2.The Beautiful Hills
3.Do You Wrong Kind of Girl
4.Listen To The Hammer Ring
5.The One That I Love Is Gone
6.When The Bonnets Were In Bloom
7.Three Rivers Rambler
8.Goodbye My Love Goodbye
9.Sea of Galilee
10.Love Me Too
11.Bryson Station
12.The Day Love Was Nailed To A Tree

www.CodyShuler.com For Additional Recording Please Visit www.codyshuler.com For Booking Contact booking@codyshuler.com For Media Inquires Contact media@codyshuler.com
www.PassamanoBro.com

 

 

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Steve Gulley – That I Could Still Go Free Video Tracks

Steve Gulley – That I Could Still Go Free CD Track by Track

Amazon Link: http://amzn.com/B00KINIKTC
iTunes Link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/family-friends-fellowship/id899615410

Twitter: https://twitter.com/Steve_Gulley
facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Steve-Gulley-Music/497986123668937
That I Could Still Go Free(Ronald A. Hinson, Songs Of Calvary Publishing,BMI)In my opinion, there will never be a better Gospel singer than the late Kenny Hinson. The singing Hin-sons were one of my favorite Gospel groups growing up and remain so today. Truly a talented family. Ronny Hinson wrote it and Kenny sang it better than anyone could. I again chose to record it in true country Gospel fashion with traditional country instrumentation including my good friend Les Butler on piano. Without question, one of my favorite songs of all-time.

Rural Rhythm Records – http://www.ruralrhythm.com

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Nu-Blu All The Way “Album Video Track By Track”

Nu-Blu All The Way “Album Video Track By Track”

Amazon Link: http://amzn.com/B00M45SX80

Visit us at: www.nu-blu.com
nu-blu@nu-blu.com

1. That’s What Makes The Bluegrass Blue (featuring Rhonda Vincent) (3:19)
2. A Little Good News (3:14)
3. Rhythm Of The Train (3:21)
4. All The Way (4:07)
5. Black Jack (2:14)
6. Isn’t She (3:35)
7. Forgiveless (3:06)
8. It’s Not That Cold In Montana (3:15)
9. Heavy Cross To Bear (3:33)
10. Jesus and Jones (featuring Sam Moore)(3:22)

Executive Producer:
Produced by: Nu-Blu
Recorded at: Red Squared Audio, Siler City, NC
Engineered by: Daniel Routh and Levi Austin
Mixed and Mastered at: Red Squared Audio, Siler City, NC
Ron Stewart Fiddle Tracks Recorded at: Sleepy Valley Barn Studio, West Paouli, IN
Greg Luck Fiddle Tracks Recorded at: Riverside Audio, Mt. Gilead, NC
Vocals for “Jesus and Jones” Recorded at: Chaton Studios, Phoenix, AZ
Publicity: Webster Public Relations
Graphic Design/Imaging:

Nu-Blu wishes to thank:

Our fans all over the world, you allow us to follow our passions!! To Kirt Webster at Webster & Associates for the vision and encouragement throughout this process; Kyle Watson at Webster Public Relations, thanks for making us a priority and keeping us in the news; Sam, Pam, Sammy3, Jennifer, Anthony, and Rick at Rural Rhythm Records for allowing us the freedom to make the music we love and for supporting us through it all;

The legend that is Sam Moore, thanks for believing in our music and helping us make a historical recording; Joyce Moore, your insight and passion for this record is so appreciated; our friend Rhonda Vincent, you sound amazing and are one of the sweetest people in our business; Sherrill Blackman; Robert Weingartz at Airplay Direct, thanks for helping spread our music to radio stations around the world;

Peterson Tuners, QSC Audio, Daddario Strings, Sennheiser/Neumann, Kirlin Cables, Hercules Stands, Fishman, Eminence Basses, Yates Banjos, Carter Maschal Guitars, Collings Mandolins, Acoustic Image Amps, DB Down Cases, LR Baggs, BlueChip, and Saga Instruments.

www.RuralRhythm.com

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Mike Scott – Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies (Instrumental) Music Video

Mike Scott – Where The Soul Of Man Never Dies (Instrumental) Music Video

MUSICIANS:
Mike Scott – Banjo
Bryan Sutton – Guitar
Tim Stafford – Guitar
Aubrey Haynie – Fiddle
Adam Steffey – Mandolin
Rob Ickes – Dobro
Ben Isaacs – Upright Bass

www.RuralRhythm.com
www.MikeScottMusic.com
Amazon Download:
http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00M47T65M/ref=dm_ws_sp_ps_dp?ie=UTF8&qid=1407181058&sr=8-2

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The Roys The View “Video Track By Track”

The Roys  The View  “Video Track By Track”

Get “No More Lonely” iTunes: http://smarturl.it/TheRoysTheView
Get More info at: http://www.theroysonline.com/

1. No More Lonely
2. Those Boots
3. Heaven Needed Her More
4. Sometimes
5. Live The Life You Love
6. The View
7. No More Tears Left To Cry
8. Northern Skies
9. Black Gold
10. Mended Wings
11. Mandolin Man

Management/Marketing: Webster & Associates/Kirt Webster, 615-777-6995
Booking: Buddy Lee Attractions/Mike Meade, 615-244-4336
Publicity: so much MOORE media/Martha Moore, 615-746-3994

Rural Rhythm Records: 615-470-5451
Marketing: Sam, sam@ruralrhythm.com
Publicity: publicity@ruralrhythm.com
Radio: Sammy III, sammy3@ruralrhythm.com

Recorded at: Pedestal Records

Mixed and Mastered by: Josh Swift, Cowbell Fever Studio, Sparta, TN

Doyle Lawson appears courtesy of Mountain Home Records

Photography & Packaging Design: Erick Anderson
Hair/Makeup: Katje Lael

www.TheRoysOnLine.com
www.Facebook.com/TheRoysMusic
www.Twitter.com/TheRoysOnLine
www.YouTube.com/The RoysTV

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Nu-Blu with Sam Moore – Jesus and Jones Official Music Video

Nu-Blu with Sam Moore – Jesus and Jones Official Music Video

iTunes Store: Buy Now http://cwired.co/GJ14JJ
“Jesus & Jones,” is a song that pays tribute to the late, George Jones, and our, Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, Soul Man Sam Moore, Nu-Blu, with, Jesus and Jones

Visit us at: http://www.nu-blu.com
Rural Rhythm Records: http://www.RuralRhythm.com/
Publicity: Webster Public Relations: http://www.websterpr.com/

Carolyn Routh (vocals), Sam Moore (vocals), Daniel Routh (bass), Levi Austin (guitar), Austin Koerner (mandolin), Greg Luck (fiddle), Martin Parker (percussion)

Songwriters: Jesus and Jones
(Rick Tiger/Cheri Hefner) CNT Tunes (ASCAP)/Hefner Music Publishing (ASCAP)

Song Lyrics:

Carolyn Routh
One made wine – the other one drank it
One spoke the gospel – the other one sang it
One gave salvation – the other one needed
One was faithful – the other one cheated

Amazing Grace – and his sweet sound
I was raised – and live by it now
From the cross – to a field of stone
I thank God – for Jesus and Jones

Sam Moore
One healed hearts – the other one souls
One gave life – the other broke the mold
But either one – could bring you to your knees
We call one the Possum – the other one the king

REPEAT CHORUS: Carolyn & Sam
Amazing Grace – and his sweet sound
I was raised – and live by it now
From the cross – to a field of stone
I thank God – for Jesus and Jones

From the cross – to a field of stone
I thank God – for Jesus and Jones

One made wine – the other one drank it
One spoke the gospel – the other one sang it

Vocals for “Jesus and Jones” Recorded at: Chaton Studios, Phoenix, AZ
Produced by: Nu-Blu
Recorded at: Red Squared Audio, Siler City, NC
Engineered by: Daniel Routh and Levi Austin
Mixed and Mastered at: Red Squared Audio, Siler City, NC

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