New Folk Music: Gann Brewer’s ‘Peddlers & Ghosts’

gann-brewer-peddleersGann Brewer – Peddlers & Ghosts
**½ (out of 4 stars)

Gann Brewer is an old school troubadour and Peddlers & Ghosts, his second full-length studio album, is a fine example of contemporary folk music infused with tradition and wit. Unfortunately, a little of it goes a short way.

Gann Brewer performs the lead vocals, assisting with acoustic guitar and harmonica. On occasion, he is supported by some fine musicians, including Richard Ford (pedal steel guitar), David Michael Lee (keyboards and bass guitar), Lisa Kelly (mandolin) and Jeremiah Tucker (shakers).

The repetitive, laid-back simplicity of the songs offered here don’t do much to impress, but the insightful lyrics they showcase make up for any compositional deficiency.

Comparisons to John Prine will be made, of course, but that is a bar that is set very high for any artist. Better for Gann Brewer’s listeners to discover him on his own terms. If so, audiences will meet a musical storyteller who knows how to tell them with honesty and observant humor.

Essential Downloads: “Moanin’ Santa Rosa Jail Blues.”

To preview or purchase this album on iTunes, click here.

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Must-Have Country Music: The Cadillac Three’s “Party Like You”

1The Cadillac Three – “Party Like You” (single)
Label: Big Machine Records

The Cadillac Three is Jaren Johnston (on guitar and lead vocals), along with drummer Neil Mason and steel player Kelby Ray. They are just about the most country thing around — they are Tennessee boys who aren’t afraid that rocking hard will damage their CMA cred. Which means that their music is more exciting than anything you’ll hear in the strictly rock or corporate country genres. Their latest single, “Party Like You,” oozes mid-summer yearning and confidence, and it’s just about the perfect song to load onto your playlist as we head into a hot August. The song (co-written by Jaren Johnston, Jon Nite and Jimmy Robbins) plays up The Cadillac Three’s more playful side, with a grimy-yet-attractively-honest lyric that matches the sexiness of the rapid-fire chorus and the about-to-explode-at-any-moment instrumentals.

The song is the follow-up to “The South,” the band’s impressive collaboration with Dierks Bentley, Florida Georgia Line and Mike Eli (of Eli Young Band). With “Party Like You,” the sound is purely The Cadillac Three… which is always a gritty southern rock good time.

To preview or purchase this song on iTunes, click here.

The Cadillac Three are currently on tour, making a lot of people feel like it’s a Saturday night. For a list of their upcoming tour dates, click here.

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CMA AND ITUNES JOIN FORCES TO PROMOTE “CMA MUSIC FESTIVAL: COUNTRY’S NIGHT TO ROCK”

1The Country Music Association and iTunes will join forces to promote “CMA Music Festival: Country’s Night to Rock.” The three-hour primetime concert special airs Tuesday, Aug. 5 (8:00-11:00 PM/ET) on the ABC Television Network.

“CMA is thrilled to partner with iTunes on this multi-platform promotional program that not only supports tune-in efforts for our TV special, but also airplay and sales for the stellar lineup of artists featured in the show,” said Damon Whiteside, CMA Senior Vice President of Marketing and Strategic Partnerships. “We have created a powerful, integrated model to bring television, social media, digital radio, and retail together for the advancement of the Country Music industry.”

Beginning this week, songs by CMA Music Festival performers will be featured on a dedicated CMA Music Festival station on iTunes Radio featuring artists from the CMA Music Festival TV special. In addition to the specially created iTunes Radio station, CMA Music Festival content and tune-in messaging will be featured throughout the iTunes store as well as messaging on the company’s Facebook page (facebook.com/itunes) and Twitter account (@iTunesMusic).

Throughout the broadcast of “CMA Music Festival: Country’s Night to Rock,” viewers will be invited to visit a specially created CMA Music Festival store at iTunes.com/CMAFestival to purchase music from the artists appearing on the ABC special.

“CMA Music Festival: Country’s Night to Rock” first aired in 2004. This is the 10th time ABC will broadcast the special – which invites the whole country to America’s largest Country Music celebration. The annual special will air on ABC through 2021.

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New Blues: Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters – ‘Good News’

Ronnie-Earl-Good-News_Ronnie Earl and the Broadcasters – Good News
*** (out of 4 stars)
Label: Stony Plain Records

Good News is the lovingly played eighth album by Ronnie Earl (on Fender Stratocaster) and the Broadcasters (Jim Mouradian on bass, Lorne Entress on drums and Dave Limina on keyboards) released by Stony Plain Records. The album also features a few special guests — vocalist Diane Blue and guitarists Nicholas Tabarias and Zach Zunis. They are a consummate collection of musicians.

The interplay between Earl’s guitar and the other instruments is consistently impressive throughout. The chemistry that is needed for a project like this was obviously in full effect when they laid down these tracks.

Some of the strongest songs on the album convey a yearning, almost an aching, for something slightly undefined. There is a pathos in the underlying chords that satisfy all on their own level. Ronnie Earl is the master of delivering instrumentals rooted in blues that toy with the freedom of jazz. The moods and textures conveyed on this album are, indeed, very good news.

Essential Downloads: “In The Wee Hours,” “Marje’s Melody,” “Runnin’ In Peace.”

To preview or purchase this album on iTunes, click here.

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BB&T Atlanta Open Final Results: Sock& Pospisil in Doubles, Isner in Singles

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American Jack Sock and Canadian Vasek Pospisil, the pair who recently won the Wimbledon doubles title, are 2-for-2 as a team as far as tournaments go, after defeating Steve Johnson (USA) and Sam Querrey (USA) 6-3, 5-7, 10-5 to win the BB&T Atlanta Open title on Sunday. Another way of putting it is that they now have a 10-and-0 match winning streak.

Jack Sock and Vasek Pospisil receiving their trophy at the BB&T Atlanta Open

Jack Sock and Vasek Pospisil receiving their trophy at the BB&T Atlanta Open

This is the first time that the two reached an ATP doubles final together. But it won’t be the last, that’s for sure. You can count on seeing them partner up at the Rogers Cup in Toronto (Pospisil’s home turf) as well as the upcoming Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati and the U.S. Open in New York.

In Atlanta heat and humidity into the 90s, 24-year old Pospisil and 21-year old Sock were ahead in the second set 5-2, before 24-year old Johnson and 26-year old Querrey won the last five games to force a tiebreaker. But the Sock-Pospisil partnership kicked things up and earned the title.

As for the singles title, there is little surprise that it went to John Isner. the defending champion.

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RESULTS – JULY 27, 2014


Men’s
 Singles – Finals

[1] J Isner (USA) d D Sela (ISR) 63 64

Men’s 
Doubles – Finals

[1] V Pospisil (CAN) / J Sock (USA) d S Johnson (USA) / S Querrey (USA) 63 57 10-5

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It’s An All-American BB&T Atlanta Open Semifinal: Jack Sock Vs. John Isner

banner_semiIn almost perfect tennis-playing conditions at the BB&T Atlanta Open, American Jack Sock defeated Lukas Lacko of Slovakia in straight sets, 7-6(6), 6-2, in a quarterfinal match. It was the first meeting between the two players. With Sock being broken early in the first set, it showed how sometimes it takes even the strongest a player a few games to figure out how to best approach the opponent across the net. The match started slowly for Sock, but when it mattered, at 5-4 in the first set, Sock dug down deep and chipped some returns back and started to gain control of things. Ultimately, Lacko had one shaky forehand too many in the first set tie-break, allowing Sock to earn a first-set victory. From then on, Sock maintained the momentum and displayed the variety in his game that so many have overlooked for so long while focusing on his lethal forehand. Sock effected three consecutive breaks in the second set, winning the match in one hour and 20 minutes.

The Sock vs. Lacko quarterfinal meeting just might be a preview of the upcoming (September 12-14) Davis Cup match in Chicago — a meeting between the USA and Slovakia. Let’s hope that Jim Courier was tuned to ESPN2 to see the result tonight in Atlanta.

Sock’s quarterfinal victory brings him to a semifinal where he will face fellow American, and world number 12, John Isner. Isner defeated Marinko Matosevic of Australia in quarterfinal action, with a score of 7-6, 6-4. Isner has played Sock four times thus far, with Isner winning three of those matches. While that may indicate that Isner has the upper hand, it should be noted that Sock defeated Isner 6-4, 7-6 (4) in the quarterfinals of the Hall of Fame Tennis Championships in Newport, R.I., a mere two weeks ago. The Atlanta semifinal match will be the third time they’ve faced each other this year. The two are frequent practice partners at home in Tampa, Florida, as well as on the ATP tour.

Top-seeded Isner’s biggest challenge may not be Sock’s drop shots; it may be the stifling heat and humidity of the hot Atlanta July afternoon. Scheduled to begin at 3:00pm (and airing live on ESPN2), the match will commence at the peak of the day’s heat, which is predicted to reach into the 90-degree range. In the quarterfinal, there were many times when Isner looked like he was ready to throw in the towel. The 6’ 10” Isner moved ponderously between points and gasped for air after long rallies. Whether or not the quick turnaround between the quarterfinal and the semifinal will allow John Isner’s body enough time to repair remains to be seen. But, then again, if I remember correctly from last year’s tournament here in Atlanta, Isner seems to play his best when he is fighting the heat.

As for Jack Sock… it’s amazing what having to figure out how to get a Wimbledon trophy back home will do for one’s confidence (Sock and partner Vasek Pospisil won the 2014 Wimbledon Gentlemen’s Doubles title). Sock has never looked better on the court. His physicality and his mental game are at an all-time high. Sock is the epitome of potential-being-fulfilled, and the confidence he is showing could make for a very exciting U.S. Open this year.

Isner and Sock, Sock and Isner. On Monday morning, they will officially be the top two USA players in the ATP rankings. Two great players, two reasons to watch some exciting tennis on Saturday afternoon. In this case, it’s American tennis fans who win.

RESULTS – JULY 25, 2014

Men’s
 Singles – Quarterfinals

[1] J Isner (USA) d [8] M Matosevic (AUS) 76(8) 64

D Sela (ISR) d [4] V Pospisil (CAN) 75 16 62

J Sock (USA) d L Lacko (SVK) 76(6) 62

B Becker (GER) d [LL] T de Bakker (NED) 64 62

Men’s
 Doubles – Quarterfinals

S Johnson (USA) / S Querrey (USA) d [2] S Gonzalez (MEX) / S Lipsky (USA) 76(2) 75

N Barrientos (COL) / V Estrella Burgos (DOM) d [3] C Guccione (AUS) / J Smith (AUS) 75 36 10-6

ORDER OF PLAY – SATURDAY, JULY 26, 2014
STADIUM start 12:30 pm:
K King (USA) / M Venus (NZL) vs S Johnson (USA) / S Querrey (USA) 


Not Before 3:00 pm:
[1] J Isner (USA) vs J Sock (USA) 


Not Before 8:00 pm:

D Sela (ISR) vs B Becker (GER) 

[1] V Pospisil (CAN) / J Sock (USA) vs N Barrientos (COL) / V Estrella Burgos (DOM)

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BB&T ATLANTA OPEN – Thursday Results & Friday Schedule

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Thiemo de Bakker is making the most of his lucky loser opportunity at the BB&T Atlanta Open as he upset the No. 2 seed and world No. 17, Kevin Anderson, 6-4, 7-5 to advance to Friday’s quarterfinal, when he will take on another unseeded player in Benjamin Becker of Germany. De Bakker retired in his final qualifying match but moved on to the main draw based on his ranking.

While one of the top seeds fell on Thursday, the No. 1 seed and defending champion, John Isner survived a scare from Marietta resident and veteran Robby Ginepri.

Isner relied on his serve and forehand to eek out a 4-6, 7-6 (5), 7-5 win. The defending champ once again saved two match points in the deciding set, and broke serve when Ginepri netted a cross-court backhand in the eleventh game of the final set. Isner then slammed four straight aces to close out the match.

In the featured quarterfinal doubles match of the evening, the No. 1 seeded team of Vasek Pospisil (CAN) and Jack Sock (USA) defeated Benjamin Becker (GER) and Frank Moser (GER), 6-4, 6-1.

RESULTS – JULY 24, 2014
Men’s Singles – Second Round
[1] J Isner (USA) d [WC] R Ginepri (USA) 46 76(5) 75
[LL] T de Bakker (NED) d [2] K Anderson (RSA) 64 75
B Becker (GER) d [7] Y Lu (TPE) 64 63
[8] M Matosevic (AUS) d T Smyczek (USA) 64 75

Men’s Doubles – Quarterfinals
[1] V Pospisil (CAN) / J Sock (USA) d B Becker (GER) / F Moser (GER) 64 61

ORDER OF PLAY – FRIDAY, JULY 25, 2014
STADIUM start 12:00 noon
[3] C Guccione (AUS) / J Smith (AUS) vs N Barrientos (COL) / V Estrella Burgos (DOM)
S Johnson (USA) / S Querrey (USA) vs [2] S Gonzalez (MEX) / S Lipsky (USA)

Not Before 4:00 pm
[1] J Isner (USA) vs [8] M Matosevic (AUS)

7:00 pm
J Sock (USA) vs L Lacko (SVK)

Not Before 9:00 pm
D Sela (ISR) vs [4] V Pospisil (CAN)

AJC GRANDSTAND – Not Before 6:30 pm
B Becker (GER) vs [LL] T de Bakker (NED)

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BB&T ATLANTA OPEN — Wednesday Results & Thursday Schedule

Jack Sock (Photo: Bill Kallenberg/BB&T Atlanta Open)

Jack Sock (Photo: Bill Kallenberg/BB&T Atlanta Open)

Jack Sock, the 21-year old American, ranked No. 72 in world, became the first player to reach the quarterfinals on Wednesday at the BB&T Atlanta Open. He defeated qualifier Michael Venus of New Zealand, 6-4, 6-2 in the round of 16.

In a post-match meeting with the media, Sock said that even after his recent success on the grass courts of Wimbledon (where he and partner Vasek Pospisil won the Gentlemen’s Doubles championship) and Newport (where he reached the singles semifinal), he is feeling just as comfortable as ever on the American hardcourt. His recent performances have not only supplied him with the challenging opponents that are necessary for his development as a player, but they’ve also given Sock one of the qualities that only comes from winning — confidence. Need proof? How about this? In the match Sock not only won 93% of his first serve points, but saved each break point opportunity against him.

Sock agreed: “I won some matches at the French, Wimbledon was a great showing for me, Newport winning three matches and two matches here so far, so confidence is probably the highest it has ever been.”

Sock faces Lukas Lacko (SVK) in the quarterfinal. In his match today, Lacko defeated No. 6 seed Denis Istomin (UZB) 5-7, 6-1, 6-4.

The television schedule for the remainder of the tournament is as follows:
Thursday, 7/24/14
4:00pm-10:00pm (The Tennis Channel)

Friday, 7/25/14…
4:00pm-6:00pm (ESPN2)
7:00pm-9:00pm (ESPN2)
9:00pm-11:00pm (The Tennis Channel)

Saturday, 7/26/14
3:00pm-5:00pm (ESPN2)
8:00pm-10:00pm (The Tennis Channel)

Sunday, 7/26/14
4:00pm-6:00pm (ESPN2)
(All times Eastern Daylight Savings Time)

RESULTS – JULY 23, 2014

Men’s
 Singles – Second Round:
[4] V Pospisil (CAN) d [Q] I Marchenko (UKR) 75 63

L Lacko (SVK) d [6] D Istomin (UZB) 57 61 64

D Sela (ISR) d [9] S Querrey (USA) 62 64

J Sock (USA) d [Q] M Venus (NZL) 64 62


First Round:
[7] Y Lu (TPE) d [LL] A Kuznetsov (USA) 64 64

Men’s
 Doubles – Quarterfinals:
K King (USA) / M Venus (NZL) d [WC] R Ginepri (USA) / R Harrison (USA) walkover


First Round:
[2] S Gonzalez (MEX) / S Lipsky (USA) d M Ebden (AUS) / Y Lu (TPE) walkover

[3] C Guccione (AUS) / J Smith (AUS) d J Erlich (ISR) / R Ram (USA) 36 63 10-6

N Barrientos (COL) / V Estrella Burgos (DOM) d S Ratiwatana (THA) / S Ratiwatana (THA) 67(2) 63 10-8

ORDER OF PLAY – THURSDAY, JULY 24, 2014

STADIUM start 4:00 pm:
[LL] T de Bakker (NED) vs [2] K Anderson (RSA)



Not Before 6:00 pm:
[1] J Isner (USA) vs [WC] R Ginepri (USA) 


Not Before 8:00 pm:
T Smyczek (USA) vs [8] M Matosevic (AUS)

AJC GRANDSTAND
start 4:00 pm:

[7] Y Lu (TPE) vs B Becker (GER) 

[3] C Guccione (AUS) / J Smith (AUS) vs N Barrientos (COL) / V Estrella Burgos (DOM) 

[1] V Pospisil (CAN) / J Sock (USA) vs B Becker (GER) / F Moser (GER) 

S Johnson (USA) / S Querrey (USA) vs [2] S Gonzalez (MEX) / S Lipsky (USA)

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BB&T ATLANTA OPEN – Tuesday Results & Wednesday Schedule

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It was Jack Sock victory day at the BB&T Atlanta Open on Tuesday. Sock won both his singles and doubles first round matches. The featured evening doubles match offered Atlanta’s tennis fans the chance to see Sock alongside his Wimbledon champion doubles partner, Canadian Vasek Pospisil. The No. 1 seeds defeated the Columbian doubles team of Alejandro Gonzalez and Juan-Carlos Spir 6-4, 6-4.

Tim Smyczek also cruised through his first-round matches earlier Tuesday. Sock defeated Colombian Alejandro Gonzalez 6-2, 6-4 in 66 minutes, while Smyczek needed just 53 minutes to complete a 6-0, 6-2 rout of fellow American Ryan Harrison.

The 21-year-old Sock, who reached his first ATP World Tour semi-final two weeks ago in Newport, will next face 349th-ranked qualifier Michael Venus of New Zealand. Smyczek, 26, will meet eighth-seeded Marinko Matosevic. The Australian also recorded a 6-0, 6-2 victory Tuesday, dismissing last week’s Bogota semi-finalist Victor Estrella Burgos in 43 minutes.

Marietta, Georgia’s Robby Ginepri set a second-round clash with top seed and defending champion John Isner after recording his first tour-level win in more than a year on Tuesday at the BB&T Atlanta Open.

The 31-year-old finished strongly against Ukraine’s Sergiy Stakhovsky, 7-6(3), 3-6, 6-0, as he converted all three of his break point chances in the decisive set. It marked Ginepri’s first match win in ATP World Tour main draw action since reaching the Houston quarter-finals in April 2013.

Dutch lucky loser Thiemo de Bakker will face No. 2 seed and returning finalist Kevin Anderson in the second round after defeating Canadian qualifier Steven Diez 6-1, 6-2. Sixth seed Denis Istomin also advanced, defeating American lucky loser Rajeev Ram 6-1, 6-4.

RESULTS – JULY 22, 2014
Men’s Singles – First Round
[6] D Istomin (UZB) d [LL] R Ram (USA) 61 64
[8] M Matosevic (AUS) d V Estrella Burgos (DOM) 60 62
[WC] R Ginepri (USA) d S Stakhovsky (UKR) 76(3) 36 60
T Smyczek (USA) d [WC] R Harrison (USA) 60 62
J Sock (USA) d A Gonzalez (COL) 62 64
L Lacko (SVK) d [WC] N Pasha (USA) 62 75
[Q] I Marchenko (UKR) d [Q] J Smith (AUS) 64 64
B Becker (GER) d M Ebden (AUS) 64 62
[LL] T de Bakker (NED) d [Q] S Diez (CAN) 61 62

Men’s
Doubles – First Round
[1] V Pospisil (CAN) / J Sock (USA) d A Gonzalez (COL) / J Spir (COL) 64 64
K King (USA) / M Venus (NZL) d D Sharan (IND) / D Young (USA) 61 36 11-9
S Johnson (USA) / S Querrey (USA) d D Istomin (UZB) / M Matosevic (AUS) 75 64

ORDER OF PLAY – WEDNESDAY, JULY 23, 2014
STADIUM start 2:00 pm
[3] C Guccione (AUS) / J Smith (AUS) vs J Erlich (ISR) / R Ram (USA)
[Q] M Venus (NZL) vs J Sock (USA)

Not Before 7:00 pm
[9] S Querrey (USA) vs D Sela (ISR)
YACHT ROCK REVUE CONCERT

AJC GRANDSTAND start 2:00 pm
N Barrientos (COL) / V Estrella Burgos (DOM) vs S Ratiwatana (THA) / S Ratiwatana (THA)
[Q] I Marchenko (UKR) vs [4] V Pospisil (CAN)
After Suitable Rest – M Ebden (AUS) / Y Lu (TPE) vs [2] S Gonzalez (MEX) / S Lipsky (USA)

COURT 3 start 3:00 pm
[7] Y Lu (TPE) vs [LL] A Kuznetsov (USA)
L Lacko (SVK) vs [6] D Istomin (UZB)

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BB&T ATLANTA OPEN – Monday Results

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$ 647,675.00
JULY 21 – 27, 2014

RESULTS – JULY 21, 2014
Men’s
Singles – First Round
[9] S Querrey (USA) d S Johnson (USA) 76(3) 75
D Sela (ISR) d D Young (USA) 63 60

Men’s
Doubles – First Round
[WC] R Ginepri (USA) / R Harrison (USA) d [4] K Skupski (GBR) / N Skupski (GBR) 46 63 11-9
B Becker (GER) / F Moser (GER) d [WC] K Lovett (USA) / B O’Shaughnessey (USA) 62 60

Mens
Qualifying Singles – Third Round
Qualifying – S Diez (CAN) d T de Bakker (NED) 67(5) 20 Retired
Qualifying – I Marchenko (UKR) d A Kuznetsov (USA) 63 36 63
Qualifying – M Venus (NZL) d R Ram (USA) 57 63 75
Qualifying – J Smith (AUS) d K King (USA) 62 61

ORDER OF PLAY – TUESDAY, JULY 22, 2014
STADIUM start 2:00 pm
T Smyczek (USA) vs [WC] R Harrison (USA)
[WC] R Ginepri (USA) vs S Stakhovsky (UKR)
D Sharan (IND) / D Young (USA) vs K King (USA) / M Venus (NZL)

Not Before 7:00 pm
L Lacko (SVK) vs [WC] N Pasha (USA)
[1] V Pospisil (CAN) / J Sock (USA) vs A Gonzalez (COL) / J Spir (COL)

AJC GRANDSTAND start 2:00 pm
[LL] R Ram (USA) vs [6] D Istomin (UZB)
J Sock (USA) vs A Gonzalez (COL)
[Q] J Smith (AUS) vs [Q] I Marchenko (UKR)
S Johnson (USA) / S Querrey (USA) vs D Istomin (UZB) / M Matosevic (AUS)

COURT 3 start 1:00 pm
V Estrella Burgos (DOM) vs [8] M Matosevic (AUS)
[Q] S Diez (CAN) vs [LL] T de Bakker (NED)
M Ebden (AUS) vs B Becker (GER)

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