The Dixie Chicks – Thunderheads | Album: Thank Heaven For Dale Evans (Dec 1990) Track By Track Details
Tony Stampley - It Ain’t All Good, but it Ain’t Half Bad | Album: When I Get On A Roll (Aug 6, 2013) MP3 – UK iTunes NEW Hotdisc #188 August Single
Jake Owen - What We Ain’t Got | Album: Days of Gold CD – UK iTunes (Aug 28, 1981) BIRTHDAY
Moe Bandy and Joe Stampley (Mo & Joe) in the 1980's had a great cover/ satirical cut of Karma Chameleon called >> "Where's The Dress" (written by Tony Stampley with Bucky Lindsey and George Cummings) that reached No.8 on the Hot Country Songs
The album was recorded at Station West Studios in Nashville with Grammy winning US producer, Luke Wooten (Dierks Bentley’s Home).
The Church Sisters
The phone began ringing with requests for them to appear at various places including churches, theaters and festivals. The Church Sisters' brother, Seth Church, also performs alongside them playing lead guitar . Seth Church is an award-winning guitarist, most recently placing at Merle-Fest. The Church Sisters' and family have been busy traveling the United States and also meeting up with some famous people along the way. The pair have met and performed with prestigious names such as Rhonda Vincent, The Isaacs, Carl Jackson, Larry Cordle, Jerry Salley, and Tony Rice. The girl's garnered a presidential performance alongside their band in Roanoke VA. Sarah and Savannah we're also very privileged to have met Nashville country music stars "Joey and Rory," whom they have worked with on various projects. Joey and Rory added them to their RFD channelTV Show named "The Joey and Rory Show."
producer Butterill was a virtual unknown. The release of Butterill’s debut album, NO ONE YOU KNOW, changed all that and put him on the cutting edge of the progressive music scene. His single, “How Far Can We Go?” became the first ever Americana-format song to crossover and become a #1 Country hit in Europe after spending several months in the Canadian Country Charts.
- Like many top country artists, Mary Sarah’s first performances were in church at age 8.
- At 12, Mary Sarah toured the U.S. for 6 months as a featured lead vocalist and dancer in KidzBop, a Razor & Tie Records and Vee Corporation production, produced by Michael Anderson in Los Angeles. The experience from performing in front of 4-6,000 kids per show defined her stage presence and earned her national and global popularity.
- Not many just-turned 15-year olds are invited on stage by a legendary group like the Oak Ridge Boys to sing acapella. The captivated audience in Galveston’s prestigious Opry sat enraptured… then came thunderous applause and a standing ovation for Mary Sarah’s rendition of the 1961 Connie Frances hit, “Where the Boys Are,” a song that most artists of her tender age would not even attempt, much less, know.
- 2011 witnessed her first CD titled, CRAZY GOOD (released UK iTunes July 2013), recorded at age 14. The title cut single came out Jan 1, 2011.
- One advantage of living in Texas is the presence of hundreds of country radio stations and numerous regional Opry Theaters and Mary Sarah has performed in almost all of them multiple times, paying tribute to her heroes – the legends of country music.
- At just 18 years old, Mary Sarah has already sung a lifetime of country music. The proof is in BRIDGES, the Texas native’s “remarkable new collection” of 12 duets with the architects of country. The list of names is dizzying: Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, Vince Gill, Tanya Tucker and the late Ray Price are among those who, duly impressed and charmed by Mary Sarah’s voice, lent their own to the album.