You can listen exclusively to Dale Watson’s “Christmas Time In Texas” from the “Angels Sing” soundtrack ahead of the release. And if you leave a comment telling us your favorite Dale Watson song, it will make you eligible to win one of 5 digital copies we are giving away of the soundtrack! Plus find out where you can see, or how you can purchase the “Angels Sing” movie.
The annual dirge of Christmas movie releases is enough to turn your stomach like a glass of expired eggnog. But there is one movie out this year that may be worth your time, if for no other reason than the cast is built around country music royalty, including Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, Lyle Lovett, and appearances by Dale Watson, The Trishas, Ray Benson, & more.
Austin, Christmas Movie, Connie Britton, Dale Watson, Eloise DeJoria, Guy Forsyth, Harry Connick Jr., Joel Guzman, Kat Edmonson, Kris Kristofferson, Lyle Lovett, Marcia Ball, Miss Lavelle, Ray Benson, Sarah Hickman, SXSW, The Trishas, When Angels Sing, Willie Nelson
Curb Records’ talent roster continues to contract. The latest defector is Jo Dee Messina, whose charted 9 #1 hits and sold more than 5 million records worldwide during her 18-year career. The reason? Just like Tim McGraw, Hank Williams III, Clay Walker, Lyle Lovett, and LeAnn Rimes to name a few, Jo Dee Messina is fed up with Curb refusing to release her music.
Like most fictional characters in popular culture, the characters of ABC’s new drama Nashville are probably based more on stereotypes than real-life folks. But for fun, let’s see if we can’t match up who the real-life inspiration is for the principals of the Nashville cast, and through the experiment see if the show really does represent all aspects of the Nashville music scene.
Caitlin Rose, Characters based on, Connie Britton, Dale Watson, David Rawlings, Hayden Panettiere, Juliette Barnes, Justin Townes Earle, Martina McBride, Mike Curb, Nashville, Nashville TV Show, Rayna Jaymes, Reba McEntire, Ryan Adams, Scott Borchetta, Taylor Swift
ABC has announced that a new TV drama called Nashville has been picked up for their Fall season. The show intimately involves Nashville’s mainstream music scene. Gaylord Entertainment, the owner of The Grand Ole Opry, is a producer and financier of Nashville. Anyone concerned about what impact this series may have on country music and the city of Nashville should focus in on this relationship first.