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ON THE "615 HIDEAWAY" SHOW
Eddie Sanders, Chris Roberts, Larry Stephenson, Glen Duncan, Dennis Crouch & Cody Kilby will perform Holiday classics and new Christmas songs that are sure to be an enjoyable musical experience -- and one that will warm the heart and bring joy this Holiday season. The Christmas show at The 615 Hideaway will contain many songs from the newly released Christmas album “A Very Merry Bluegrass Christmas” on Engelhardt Music Group / Rural Rhythm Records.
Here at the Guide, we do all we can to dissuade our readers from infesting their (your) devices and lives with Facebook's shockingly intrusive industrial-espionage-grade spyware. But if you're already afflicted, it is one option to catch the show. Of course for the show's producers, between the artists’ Facebook page and The 615 Hideaways live stream partner, RFD-TV’s Facebook page, that live stream viewership has a potential to reach over three-quarters of a million viewers.
But never fear. Each of the show's live streams is permanently posted on the show's own website, The 615 Hideaway studio, so fans can go back and view the episode at any time, or watch the new episode at their convenience.
About the new album
“Adam and I invited some of our favorite musicians and singers to record an album at the storied Studio A in Nashville of new and classic Christmas music. We used the approach of recording a 'Classic Record Album,' like our favorite Holiday Records from the ’50s & ’60s. So we had all of the musicians recording together ‘live’ in the studio at the same time.
"To take the ‘Classic Recording’ process one step further, we thought of each song as part of an album and recorded many new original and classic Christmas songs. We wanted this record to be like the great TV network Christmas shows of the 50’s & 60’s that had that classic ‘Variety Show’ format.
"So there’s the widest possible variety of songs: great vocal solos, trios, all sorts of combinations; Instrumentals both fast & slow and material that ranges from Classic songs to songs that have never before been recorded and songs that range from fun Holiday favorites to poignant Christmas songs, to really enjoyable new Christmas Songs. It’s like a great big Merry Christmas Bluegrass Music Sampler.” - Glen Duncan – Artist, Songwriter, Producer.
While you're there, you'll find plenty to explore. Like this one from May 3, 2018, with
Monroeville – Full Show
We 'spect you'll like their October 18th show, Morgan Myles – Sanctuary – Acoustic
And finally, grab a chance to catch the video shot this past June 19th,
We'll be back after a short spell. Not quite directly, but by an' by, afore long. After we mosey up the holler and check on the still, y'see. Just give a shout if any revenuers are seen about.
That's all for this edition.
We'll be back again soon with music news and more "News of the Non-Trumpcentric Universe." (c)
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