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Sugar Hill recording artist, Tara Nevins, has been invited to play a showcase at this year’s Americana Music Association Festival in Nashville on Saturday, October 15th at The Station Inn at 10pm!

Performing along with Tara at the Station Inn are:
Rose Sinclair – Banjo, Accordion
Todd Phillips – Bass
Chris Henry – Acoustic Guitar
Mike Compton – Mandolin
Tommy Hannum – Pedal Steel, Electric Guitar
Mark Raudabaugh – Drums

This showcase will be live-streamed by Fat Music Radio who will be broadcasting from the Station Inn during AMA week!


Tara can also be heard LIVE on Music Fog at 3pm on Friday Oct 14th.

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Check out this fantastic mix that NPR Music put together with music from artists involved in the event. Nevins’s version of “Stars Fell on Alabama” is included. Others in the mix are The Avett Brothers, Bela Fleck, Buddy Miller, The Civil Wars, David Wax Museum, Jim Lauderdale, Justin Townes Earle, Lucinda Williams, Mumford and Sons, Peter Rowan, Sarah Jarosz, Pokey Lafarge and more!

Find the complete AMA showcase schedule here:   
http://americanamusic.org/showcase-lineup

Information about other Sugar Hill and Vanguard Recording Artists can be found at: https://dreamspider.wordpress.com/2011/10/06/sugar-hill-vanguard-recording-artists-at-at-ama-2011/

American roots traditionalist Tara Nevins’ new release, ‘Wood and Stone’ is an exploration of her own heritage, musical and otherwise. Released on May 3rd, 2011 on Sugar Hill Records ‘Wood and Stone’ was produced by Larry Campbell at the Levon Helm Studios in Woodstock, NY. It showcases Nevins’ ever-evolving repertoire as she journeys both back to her own “roots” and head-long into new territory. Featured guests on the album include Levon Helm, Jim Lauderdale, Allison Moorer, Teresa Williams, The Heartbeats, along with the core band of Larry Campbell, Justin Guip, and Byron Isaacs

Fans of Nevins from her 21-year tenure with Donna the Buffalo are familiar with her versatile talents; she shares the vocal and songwriting responsibilities for the band and is a stellar musician on fiddle, guitar, and accordion. (She plays a mean scrubboard too.) Prior to DTB, Nevins was a founding member of the all-female, old time/Cajun band The Heartbeats. (They join her on two tracks here as well.) Wood and Stone delivers the musical expertise fans have come to expect and surprises with new perspectives.

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“A tour de force from start to finish” – Kay Cordtz, Elmore

“With the wonderful fiddle groove and vividly written lyrics, Nevins gives a glimpse into her roots. Stepping out for a rare solo record (beyond her beloved band, Donna the Buffalo), she meshes her Cajun influences, unique voice, drums and steel guitars for an intriguing look at her heritage.” – CMT

“Wood And Stone adds another powerful and engaging chapter to Nevins’ musical achievements”. – Steven Stone, Vintage Guitar

“a wide-ranging affair encompassing all manner of rootsy Americana, spiced with Nevins’s voice and multi-instrumentalist skills, served up in a package that is polished but never slick. Nevins, in other words, is the real deal.” – David Maine, Pop Matters

“If heroes and heroines of rock ‘n’ roll are defined by their uniqueness, they definitely broke the mold when they made Tara Nevins.” – Wildman Steve, The Corner News

“The centerpiece of the album, in my opinion, is the sweeping “The Wrong Side,” which features Allison Moorer and Teresa Williams. It’s a track sounds like it was from the O’Brother Where Art Thou? sessions, but the same could be said of the haunting “Stars Fell On Alabama,” where once again Nevins shows her prowess on the fiddle. This is an exceptional piece of music, one that I think needs to be heard—to prove that people are still cutting “Country Music” these days!” – Chuck Dauphin, Music News Nashville

Visit Tara Nevins website www.TaraNevins.com for more information about the album, a gallery of images, videos, music, and lyrics.

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Lingua Musica ~ Live Music Talk Show

The Hub-Bub Showroom ~ Tues, Nov. 30th

Panelists: Paul Riddle (Marshall Tucker Band),
Joe Bennett (Sparkletones),
David Lee (Performer/Producer),
& Jason Perlmutter (Carolina Soul)

Spartanburg and the region’s music history” & “Out-of-print vinyl

Musical Guests: The Antibodies with their dancers, The Pulse

(Spartanburg, NC) Lingua Musica is the first live music talk show to bring online viewers into the conversation with a live studio audience in the Carolinas. Lingua Musica streams live online from The Showroom at the Hub-Bub in Spartanburg on Tuesday, November 30th at 8pm. We also encourage people to come out and enjoy the show in person!

WNCW midday host Joe Kendrick produces and hosts the show, with a rotating cast of musicians, music journalists, and industry professionals as panelists who talk about music news, history, and culture while inviting the live and virtual audience to take part. Kendrick has produced the music-based talk show “What It Is” weekdays on WNCW since October 2007. Lingua Musica is ran independently by Kendrick and few others in the community. The pilot show was held August 12th.

For this segment of Lingua Musica, we’ll be dwelling on, among other things, Spartanburg and the region’s music history and out-of-print vinyl. November 30th panelists include:

The show is an hour long, interspersed with topic conversations and music. It is followed by an hour set from the house band for the evening, The Antibodies and their dancers, The Pulse.

Lingua Musica streams live to the internet and takes live audience comments as well as through online viewers via the website and twitter. The roundtable of panelists are able to respond to the audience as a whole, creating a continuous loop of conversation that connects the “live” and “virtual” audience. Shows will be archived for viewers who are passionate about live music and conversation.

Check out the videos from the world premiere here. Please join us for the Spartanburg premier of Lingua Musica for an evening of music and conversation!

Here’s a video excerpt from one of the previous panels:

Show details at a glance:

Lingua Musica
The Hub-Bub ShowRoom
8pm, price tbd
828-669-0816
149 S.Daniel Morgan Ave., Suite 2
Spartanburg, SC 29306
www.hub-bub.com/showroomwww.linguamusicalive.com
www.twitter.com/linguamusica

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