thanks for sending us a copy of your new project-which I have been
enjoying tremendously. You've chosen some killer tunes (which you
sing with the power and authority of one who knows his craft) as well
as some of killer musicians (who provide just the perfect backdrop for
each song). I especially liked "Seven Spanish Angels," "Pepsi
Man" (probably my favorite), "Corner of Walk & Don't Walk" (what a
great song!) and "Yard Sale." There's a lot of truth in these
songs and you've certainly delivered the goods.
I hope you have a wonderful holiday season .
. . and thanks again for the cool tunes!
Nashville Public Radio
8114 Millview Drive
Brentwood, TN 37027
I have been broadcasting real country and bluegrass for over 48
years, but have never heard a better nor more timely
album then your "Ten Shades of Green". it's truely great! Keep it
Henry M. Fulcher
WFLO AM & FM
Farmville, Virginia 23901
50,000 watts FM
This is to inform you, for your records, that we gave air play to
some of your material on our show, "Nuttin' but Bluegrass", over WDBX
91.1 FM, on SAturday, January 08, 2005.
We played four songs from the "Sagegrass Music", Cut # 01, # 02, #
03, and # 04. This is really great music and we had many favorable
comments called in from our listeners here in Southern Illinois.
We want to thank you for helping us to have good bluegrass
music for our show, we love giving exposure to great material such as
Bob & Betty Dunn
"Nuttin' but Bluegrass"
WDBX 91.1 FM
710 South Granger St.
Harrisburg, IL 62946-2525
I love your CD. I can't tell you how much I've enjoyed it riding along
in my car. It's such a great country-bluegrass CD. I love how you did
it and the musians are absolutely top notch. You picked great players,
some of my favorites. I've meant to write sooner but have fallen behind
with lots of deskwork, etc. Hope life is good your way. Your voice is
still great, and I think you picked absolutely great songs. Thanks
again for sending me the CD. All the best for a happy and great new
year, and keep up the true country music. You're the real deal. Pam
Every once in a great while a musical release comes along that has
everything. The right songs, a great singer and the right combination
of top notch bluegrass pickers.
"Ten Shades of Green" is such a project. Every human emotion is covered
in this release, something for everyone. This CD stays in my player, I
recommend it highly.
Favorite cuts are "Ten Shades of Green" and "Thinking of Home," these
bring back the memories of growing up in SW Virginia and home. Get your
copy now, you'll be glad you did.
Keep It Coming,
Bill Hensley WAOL- 99.5 WNKU-89.7
Greater Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky
Just wanted to give you an update on
the songs we gave air play to, on our show last Saturday 15,2005, for
We played three songs from,
"Sagegrass-501114, Cuts # 02, # 08 and # 14, this one was sent out to
"Susan", she love this one. It is all great pickin', had many
comments called in from our listeners.
Thanks for your help, we love giving
exposure to this kind of material.
Bob & Betty Dunn
"Nuttin' but Bluegrass"
WDBX 91.1 FM
710 South Granger St.
Harrisburg, IL 62946-2525
I am a volunteer host on KAXE-FM in
Grand Rapids, Minnesota which has 100,000 watts and two translators
covering Norhteaster Minnesota. I been doing a show since 1976
titled "The Original Bluegrass Show" . I heard several cuts
of your Ten Shades of Green on Gary Henderson bluegrass show.
Is there some way I can get a copy of
this for airplay for my program.
Guaranteed that this CD will be played
in the Northland.. We are an independent Public Broadcast Station
and not affiliated with anyone else.
Thanks in Advance,
Original Bluegrass Show
804 Sw 7th Avenue
Grand Rapids, Minnesota 55744
So nice to hear from you!
Yes sir-- your release is a
keeper. I'm getting some listener
response from your "SEVEN SPANISH ANGELS"
duet with Sonya Isaacs.
What a stellar line-up of pickers, Cleveland,
Steffey, Rose, Hess,
and Rhonda, Darrin and Sonya.
Is there any other
bio of you on the internet, not counting the liner
notes in your
Any other tracks generating interest from other bluegrass hosts
the world? I don't want to overlook anything. Any track you
promoting over the others.
Continued success with your release, I
am behind you 120%.
Gary Henderson, Host
/ Program Director
Broadcast Member of
1967: Bluegrass Unlimited magazine
1983: SPBGMA Bluegrass DJ of the Year
Distinguished Achievement Award
1999: IBMA Broadcast Personality of the Year
BluegrassCountry.Org / WAMU
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[home studio address]
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Full-time bluegrass music 24/7 Internet
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a potential audience of 4 billion
listeners in Europe, Africa and the Mid
Received this from Jordan Records Jan 8,2005 and is
it good. Really like Corner of Walk and Don't Walk and With Tears In My Eyes.
WAGS/WJDJ plays country, indie country,
bluegrass/acoustic music live radio with real DJ's and no computer pick
playlist, yep just as the notion strikes us. This gets used on our Saturday
afternoon bluegrass show but fits well during the week as well.
Thanks for sending the CD. There are a few
dinosaurs doing real radio and actually telling the listener what the music is
and who plays it..
That other guy on your website was pretty good too
but I can't get back there without loosing this. Real computer literate I
142 Wags Drive
Bishopville, SC 29010
Just received your
cd and brother its out of this world, Bobby I'm sending you flyers
I 'm doing at this end , notic back to back on the shows, I'm also associated
with radio station 6 of them , I want to make shore that the stations all
material, so this is why I;m sending every thing to you you got a
hit on your hands
these station all will play your material , PLEASE put
me on your maling list plus
the radio stations , Bobby , need a couple of
8X10 pictures also , keep up the good workand hope we get togeather, have a good
country wide producers
2466 wildon drive
bob englar mgr 717-741-2658
I am SOOOO glad to hear from you. Cannot get
your website to work for me, but have been dying to talk to you. Thanks to Bill
for sending me an e-mail.
I really think your album is special. As I
mentioned in the forwarded e-mail, "Seven Spanish Angels" was the song that
elicited the most response from my listeners. Told Bill I would gladly put it in
my top 10. Have been submitting "10 Shades..." I think it could chart too, so
may keep submitting it also.
But I love the whole album. At your club, do
you do a kind of Bakersfield sound? Or a mix of BG and country? My husband and I
are Buck fans, so we appreciate that sound. My husband, John has been playing BG
& country music for over 30 years, (guitar), and he thinks your cd is the
best thing he has heard in ages!! Bobby, you are gaining fans out here. He plays
it for anyone who will listen
Would really appreciate some extra copies
for our plege drive. After the response to your cd, I know it will fly out of
Thanks again for getting back to me so soon. Best of luck
with the charting. I will do my best to help you. Send copies to address
Co-orinator of Bluegrass, Old-time
& Country Music
KSER 90.7 FM
24550 Dockton RD. SW
6 Rue Per Jakez Helias
Plabennec 05 April 2005
Thanks for your letter with the Bobby Mackey's
cd 'Ten shades of green' & info
Very good bluegrass songs, I like and his cd is
in my 'Rockin Chair' programm.
The listeners love.
Ten shades of green
Seven spanish angels
Ashes of love
Boogie grass band
And it's not finished
I do in my programm a game where the listeners
win cds, I would like to do to win the cd, if you want.
I am interested by an
Thanks for all
I used to live in North Carolina. Lynwood Lunsford dated my sister when
They were teens. I live in South Carolina now near Greenville. We play
bluegrass all the time around here and we listen to 88.7 Wncw. They gave you
some good airplay Sat the 14th.Drop them a email and tell them you heard about
the airplay. I'd like to come up there sometime to that area, maybe one day.The
CD sounds real good...I especially like the ashes of love...real good.Sounds
like the kind of music I was raised on.. Bluegrass with a country touch like
the Lost and Found band from Danville Va.
Well, good chattin with ya, like I said I enjoy your music, until later,
Hello...we feature new disc in a spotlight type promo. 8 tracks if it is
strong enough. We do from 11:00am till 7:00pm on Saturdays and 6:00am till
9:00am(all Gospel)on Sundays. So if there are Gospel tracks you might get 11 or
12 spins. It's a fine disc...made the phone ring with "Ashes"..."Pepsi Man" and
"Hero Daddy""Ten Shades of Green" is a hit. Powerful. We will keep it in
rotation on the BG shows and it will be in the air studio for the jocks to play
through the week. You hear BG music all through dayparts here. I come to Cinnci
once a year. I have a good friend over in Camp Washington at QCA Mastering who
does a fundraising CD for us. We have a State of the Art recording plant here,I
do the BG show because I love the music,and we have National touring acts 6 to 8
times a week. everything from Rhonda Vincent,Del McCoury to Emmylou
Harris,Indigo Girls to Hot Tuna and Steve Forbert,Jerry Douglas to Sam Bush. A
little of every thing. Great disc....really fine work. Thanks for sending it our
way. It'll be getting many spins here for a while to come.
In a message dated 7/6/2005 11:26:28 A.M. Eastern Standard Time, BMackey
I would like to say a
sincere thank you to all of you who are playing and reporting "Seven Spanish
Angels" from my "Ten Shades of Green" CD.
Great song and even greater CD. Not a bad cut on the entire
a measure of people who don't understand
The pleasures of life in a Hillbilly
4810 East Busch Blvd
Tampa, FL 33617
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, June 20, 2005 6:44 PM
Subject: Your "Ten Shades Of Green" project
Just a quick note to say that as a reporting DJ for
Bluegrass Unlimited, I just received my advanced listing for the Top 30 for the
July issue and was pleased to see that "Seven Spanish Angels" is debuting at
#29. I've playing the album on my shows and have gotten some interesting
responses. Most say that they are reminded of "old traditional singers", but
they can't decide who! I guess that's good, 'cause that means that you have a
style all your own.
Anyway, thanks for sending me the "promo" copy, and
congrats on making the chart.
Hank Janney - Great Country WGTY 107-7
I just added Seven Spanish
Angels to our New category starting tomorrow. It'll play once or twice a day.
It's a great track! I predict moving it into Hot rotation soon where it'll play
4 times a day.
Also sampled some of the other tracks... VERY tasty! I'll
try to work some of them into a slower rotation as well. Thanks so much for
sending it and I wish you mega success with it.