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Around The Barn – July 13, 2013


Around The Barn
Date  July 13, 2013
Host Nancy Pitchford Zhe   Co-Host Bobbi Jean Bell with Alan on the Board

Guests: Western Music Association and Folk Alliance Member KERRY GROMBACHER

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Around The Barn – July 13, 2013

Airing Saturday at 9:00 a.m., Around the Barn with Heads Up is brought to you by Heads Up Therapy on Horseback, OutWest in Old Town Newhall and Fox Feed..  

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Guest: Musician, Singers/Songwriter, and Performer KERRY GROMBACHER
Featuring Music from his CDs: It Sings In The Hi-Line, Sands Motel, Riding For The Brand

It’s All About Kerry Grombacher…

Direct from Louisiana, Kerry Grombacher calls in and we chat with him about – and play tracks from his three CDs: It Sings In The Hi-Line, Sands Motel, and Riding For The Brand. Kerry criss-crosses the West, averaging 35,000 miles a year, performing at folk and cowboy gatherings, festivals, libraries, and for private house concerts. He finds the landscape he travels through, the people he meets, and the regional history he explores the inspiration for his original music. His music is flavored by his experiences – whether it’s the Cajun influence of his home state Louisiana (Cajun Cowboy), the smoke filled skies above the John Day River (Along The John Day River), or the colors of Mardi Gras (Wild West Mambo) his unique music is unforgettable.

Bobbi’s Introduction:
“Kerry Grombacher writes contemporary western songs and plays guitar and mandolin. In the spirit of the troubadours of old, his songs paint vivid portraits and tell fascinating stories of working cowboys and old camp cooks, roadside motels and prisons, wild land firefighters, cattle rustlers and wolf trappers…”

This is another hour of memorable music and interesting conversation – just what you expect from “Around The Barn.” Tune in for the whole show!

Tune into the podcast for more!
* Kerry shares what brought him to Western Music
*Where he finds inspiration for his music AND what is his process for capturing it
*He shares the back story of each song we play
*What’s bringing him to California in October? The Folk Alliance Conference in Irvine AND he is the featured performer Thursday, Oct. 17 at the SCVTV Presents The OutWest Concert Series now at the Repertory East Playhouse.

Radio Show Play List:
Play List from CD Riding For The Brand

*Close ’em on Up
*The Old Cocinero
Play List from CD Sands Motel
*Sands Motel
*Along the John Day River
Play List From CD It Sings In The Hi-Line
*Cajun Cowboy
*It Sings in the Hi-Line
*Wild West Mambo
*Blue Pony (Dream of Leaving Havre)

*Find Kerry Grombacher’s CDs for sale at OutWest, CD Baby, and through his website www.kgrombacher.com

Listen to the podcast for the entire conversation and great music!

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Around the Barn with Heads Up was nominated by the Western Music Association in 2011 and 2012 for DJ/Radio Program of the Year. It is brought to you by Heads Up Therapy on Horseback, OutWest in Old Town Newhall and Fox Feed.

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Around The Barn – July 13, 2013

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