order Misoprostol online We are currently accepting donations in order to purchase a music license from ASCAP. Donations of any amount are appreciated as it will get us closer to our goal ($250). Once we acquire the music license we will again be able to play more great country music that you do not hear on mainstream country radio.
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As some readers may have noticed, our radio programming was down due to changes in a streaming service. We discontinued services with Live365 and have switched to RadioRad. Because of this change we are now responsible for our licenses. We are currently playing royalty free indie music until we are able to earn the funds needed for a ASCAP license that will give us access to thousands of songs. Thank you for your patience with this change. Mudcat Country Radio is now streaming live!
Loretta Lynn has released a new single for her upcoming album, “Wouldn’t It Be Great.” The album was going to be released last year but was put on hold due to Loretta suffering a stroke. The new release date is unknown, but the album can be pre-ordered here.
This song is impressive and shows how great Loretta still is after all of these years. We can still hear the Loretta we met with “Coal Miner’s Daughter,” because the songwriter style is familiar, but now we can hear how her voice has changed. Like Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, and good homemade wine, Loretta’s voice only gets better with age. Watch the video below and listen to her latest song, “Wouldn’t It Be Great.”
Whitey Morgan and the 78’s just released a new song and lyrical music video from their upcoming album, “Hard Times And White Lines,” which is to be released on October 26th. The song is titled, “Honky Tonk Hell” and can be streamed on Spotify, iTunes, Amazon, and Whitey Morgan’s website. Listen to the song with they lyrical video below.
Travis Tritt posted on Facebook yesterday that he will be part of a new TV show that will premiere in October on USA Network called, “Real Country.” Findings from an article by the Tennessean seem to describe the show as similar to “The Voice” or “American Idol.” Each of the showcases will feature a sub-genre of country music (Tennessean, 2018). Artists will be chosen to compete in a grand finale at the end by Travis Tritt, Shania Twain, and Jake Owen.
Aside from the TV show, Tritt says that he hopes to bring real country music back to the mainstream and says that he will not fail in doing so. The staff at Mudcat Country has high hopes that he is successful in bringing back country music that has value.
Sarah Ashley will be our first artist interview here on Mudcat Country Radio. We have been playing her songs for the past 2 or 3 weeks and think it has the value it needs to be part of our playlist. Find more about her below.
buy amoxicillin online cheap Bio: Sarah Ashley is an independent singer songwriter based in Nashville Tennessee and is now making her original music available to the public. Sarah’s early musical beginnings were banging on pots and pans then Sarah began singing at age three when her mother bought her a microphone from Fisher Price and she never stop singing. Her musical style is modern country rock, which came from multiple influences during her childhood listening to The Mamas and the Papas, The Beach Boys, Patsy Cline, and various classic 1940’s country artists. Sarah’s parents always had some music playing in the background at home while she was growing up, in fact her father wired the entire house with speakers inside and out. Sarah learned of her family’s talents hearing the stories of her family members being involved with music in churches and playing multiple instruments. Sarah remembers that whenever she was at her grandparents house, on her father’s side of the family, and she would get into trouble, Sarah’s punishment would be to sit on the organ bench. Little did she know that her “timeouts” would turn into Sarah and her grandfather playing a duet! Sarah’s grandfather on clarinet and she on the family’s organ. Sarah now thinks it paid off being the only girl with so many rowdy boys in her family! She came to realize looking back that what she had thought was a punishment would turn out to be one of her most precious memories and may have lead to her pursuits in music. After graduating with her degree in music from the University of South Dakota, Sarah moved to Nashville, TN and began writing original songs. Sarah has been recording her songs and began releasing her music in January of 2018.
Here are some things that happened on this date in history.
- 1966 – Miranda Rights are established.
- 1972 – Hurricane Agnes was formed.
- 323 – Alexander the Great dies.
- 1975 – Linda Ronstadt has her first #1 hit on the charts.
- 1971 – The New York Times published the Pentagon Papers.
On this day in history, the following events happened that we thought our listeners/readers would be interested in.
- 1944 – John F. Kennedy receives medals for heroic actions when he was a gunboat pilot during World War 2.
- 1971 – “Honey Comb” earns a #1 hit with Want Ads.
- 1987 – Reagan challenges Gorbachev to tear down the Berlin wall during the Cold War.
This is a new segment that we are starting called “This Day In History.” We just picked a few tidbits of history that might interest our readers.
- In 1979 actor John Wayne dies of cancer.
- 1949 Hank Williams Sr. makes his Grand Ole Opry debut.
- 1963 University of Alabama desegregated.
- 1967 Six Day War Ends.
It is always great to watch live performances, but performances with Hank Williams Sr. are extra special because they are rare. Hank Sr. died young but in those short years he gave us more music than any present artist has in the same timeline. What would Hank have been like if he lived longer? Would the star burn out, reinvent himself, or retire from the business? From what we know of Hank Sr, he certainly would not retire.