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The Young Guns Of Country Music
Slices Membership Dues In Half
During Months Of September & October, 2004
For Readers Of This News

   All a Potential member of Young Guns Country Music Association needs to do to qualify for the reduction in membership fees is send an email to youngguns@countrymusicplanet.com and state that he or she read this in the news. Go to http://www.countrymusicplanet.com/young2.htm to find out about Young Guns and to see what it entails to become a member. REMEMBER YOUR DUES WILL BE SLICED IN HALF DURING THE MONTHS OF SEPTEMBER & OCTOBER, 2004

   The Young Guns Country Music Association is an organization established in 1995 by a group of concerned individuals who observed a great need for an association dedicated to the developing and promoting of a rapidly growing segment of the country music industry that until then had been almost completely overlooked (country music performers who were 17 and under). One of the many reasons YGCMA exist is to promote country music and performers of country music that have not yet reached the age of 18.
   One of our goals is to get the young, serious dedicated performers exposure that is needed, so that they can start making an income as soon as possible in a career that often cost more than it pays in the infant stage of an artist career. Ask any parent of a minor pursuing a career in country music, and they will tell you how true this statement is.

Midwest Traditional Country Music Star, Dustin Hunt, To Perform At The Ionia Country Music Festival September, 18th.

Dustin is A New Era Of Country Music, with his voice, style and charisma, country is truely Traditional country music singer, Dustin Huntalive. This talented young man from the Kansas City area will bring you an evening of pure country entertainment and brings country back to life. Dustin is one of Today's Best Traditional Country Artist. Don't Miss this opportunity to see him perform one of the Best Country Music Shows Around.

Dustin will also have available at this show his latest cd titled "Reflections...Looking Back", which contains 12 of his self penned songs. Which include some of his first recording, including Pain and Memories which debuted on soundclick.com at #6 this past month.

Dustin has been credited as one of the best international Hank Williams singers as well as holding his own style with other artist songs as well as several of his own. This is A SHOW YOU DON'T WANT TO MISS! Be sure to be in attendance on Saturday, September 18th to see this powerful show. If you would like more information on Dustin Hunt, visit WWW.DH-MUSIC.COM.

His father, Bill Hunt will be apart of this show and is one of the best traditional country music artist that you will ever hear. His smooth voice will take you back to the days when one would hear Jim Reeves. He has passed all his talent on to his son, when you hear Dustin, you will hear Bill, from Buck Owens to Johnny Horton, THIS IS THE REAL THING, REAL COUNTRY.

For booking information contact Dustin Hunt at 913-306-3339 or E-Mail Billhunt@dh-music.com . For festival information contact Curt Shoemaker at 785-786-3361.


September 10, 2004

LISA O'KANE: "Peace of Mind" (Raisin'Kane) Though promoted as some kind of California cowgirl (she hails from rural Fish Camp, up near Yosemite), O'Kane sounds more like a sophisticated chanteuse. There's a banjo here, pedal steel there, harmonic phrasings on "Long Gone" that would make Emmylou Harris twitter and some Irish whistles at the end of this second, self-released album. But the overriding listening experience is of O'Kane's sensitive alto precisely illuminating the emotional specifics of literate love ballads. You don't have to be a twanghead to like it.

-- Bob Strauss
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