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JIM LAUDERDALE • KRISTI ROSE • JANEY LIDEY• THE BEN FLANDERS PROJECT • JAMES CAMERON BAND • SAM HAWKSLEY • KRIS WHIPPLE • MEGAN KEELY • AMBER HAYES • THE DARLINS • JULIET & THE LONESOME ROMEOS • SHEL • V E N C E N T VA N - Z A N T • I R O N C O W B OY

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17 Years of Billy Love! Happy Anniversary! It was this same time 17 years ago that the idea hit me. We were the last wave to move to Nashville from California. A bunch of us were already here. Jim Lauderdale, Lucinda & Rosie, Buddy & Julie, Jeffrey Steele, Redd Volkaert, Dale Watson and more. We were all a part of the LA/Ronnie Mack Barndance/ Supernatural/Cosmic Cowboy/ California Country Music scene. Some of us had Nashville record deals like Dwight Yoakam, The Desert Rose Band, and Highway 101. We all hung out and played at The Palomino Club on Lankershim Blvd. every Tuesday night. Now everyone was living in Music City, USA. One of my favorite guitar players had also moved to Twang Town & was playing with Dwight, Rosie, John Prine and The Divinyls. His name was Duane Jarvis. DJ took my call on that fateful day in 1996 and after an hour-long discussion, it was decided. We were going to start a Nashville Barndance every Tuesday night at The Sutler on Franklin Rd. That first night was quite memorable. We chose The Sutler because my drums were already set-up from our regular Monday night gig with Walter Hyatt & King Tears. Johnny Potts said, ”Let’s try it for a few weeks and see how it goes.” Walter did sound and played the first show. DJ played too. Both Walter & DJ are no longer with us and are dearly missed. Kristi Rose and Fats Kaplin played and Jim Lauderdale showed everyone how it was supposed to be done. Ronnie Mack’s famous line, “Now put that on the radioooo!” was the rallying point for my sister Nancy Block. In just 3 months she made the deal for us to broadcast LIVE from The Sutler on Lightning 100. How ironic we changed the name to Roots Revival. In just a few years we had our own weekly TV show on CMT. It has been the most remarkable and fun thing to create, host and produce, this weekly gathering of creative misfits, dreamers, and poets. Rocky Block says he’d like to take over for his dad. While not taking over just yet, Rocky Block made his solo debut performance on our show 15 years after he was brought into this world. Join us this Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2013 as we welcome back Grammy winner Jim Lauderdale, Kristi Rose & Fats Kaplin with Sam Hawksley, Gareth Dunlop & our 7pm Tribute to Walter Hyatt, Duane Jarvis & Buck Jones with Taylor Hyatt, Jon Byrd, Phil Lee & Buddy Mondlock and more. The 17th Anniversary show begins with a group that is ushering in The New Americana movement in Nashville, The Cumberland Collective, at 6pm. Arrive early! Stay late! Can’t wait to share this great NEW music with you! Watch the live webcast at www.billyblock.com. Specials thanks to John Grady (our first sponsor) Ralph Murphy (our champion at ASCAP) Jody Williams and the BMI team, Ellen Jones & Tim Fink and all at SESAC, Eddie Schwartz for bringing SOCAN to the party, and Music Row titans Luke Lewis, Tony Brown, Tim DuBois, Mike Dungan, Scott Borchetta & Jeff Tuerff at Curb, and all who have supported our efforts along the way. Special thanks to Adam Dalton and the NTS ProMedia team, Mike Newman, and Lee Totten at Bubble Up Interactive for upgrading www.billyblock.com, Captain John at Trader Joe’s Green Hills, and Aimee Johns at Flavour Boutique. Thanks to the over 5000 bands and artists who have graced our many stages over the years, and to the Nashville music community that continues to discover exceptional new talent from our own backyard and across the global musical landscape every Tuesday night at The Mercy Lounge and High Watt. Here’s to many more memorable Tuesday nights.

- Billy, Jill, Rocky, Grady, Micheal and Lucky

Love to all,

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his incredible outfit exhibits the essence of Nashville’s songwriting sensibility, with the joy of youthful Rock & Roll passion and the reverence of Gospel inspired sweet Southern soul music. The Cumberland Collective is a community of independent singer/songwriters andmusicians from across the U.S. All respected in their own right, the band’s 15 members have become their own small community; growing organically into the most creative project in Music City today. Those who attend a Cumberland Collective performance find themselves a part of the community too. Audiences don’t just watch The Cumberland Collective, they exCUMBERLAND COLLECTIVE perience it. This incredible outfit exhibits the essence of Nashville’s songwriting sensibility, with the joy of youthful Rock & Roll passion and the reverence of Gospel inspired sweet Southern soul music. Wherever The Cumberland Collective goes music is loved, connections are made and friendships are forged. www.thecumberlandcollective.com

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Duane Jarvis were special and valued friends of the Billy Block Show. Although they are no longer SPECIAL TRIBUTE with us, their legacies live on. Join us as we pay tribute to them on our 17th Anniversary with an all-star group of musicians, featuring Taylor Hyatt, Jon Byrd, Irene Kelley, Buddy Mondlock, and Phil Lee.

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Billy Block’s Anniversary Show is a great Music City tradition! Kristi Rose is a powerful and evocative singer and KRISTI ROSE writer. Fats Kaplin is a composer and master multi-instrumentalist, who has played with hundreds of artists, Most recently, Jack White, Beck, Buddy Miller, Jim Lauderdale, Paul Burch,and his own group, Kane-Welch-Kaplin. As a duo, Kristi Rose & Fats record and perform around the globe, mesmerizing audiences with their searing, crystallized, but still often amused perspective of this world in which we live.live. www.pulpcountry.com


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unquestionably one of Australian music’s best-kept secrets. If you’ve never heard of him before, prepare yourself for someSAM HAWKSLEY thing very special and unique as this record is set to change everything. A gifted guitarist and gun-for-hire, Sam has performed and recorded with a variable who’s-who of the Australian music scene, a list that includes the likes of The Whitlams, John Farnham, Adam Brand, Wendy Matthews, Vanessa Amorosi, Richard Clapton, and many, many more. Sam Hawksley’s new self-titled album is a distinctive and diverse collection of lilting songs, immediate and regularly intimate, occasionally heart-broken but more often joyous and full of life. It’s an uplifting showcase of Sam’s beautiful and gentle songwriting approach, delivered in his always soothing vocal style and backed by world-class musicianship.

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9:00 9PM im Lauderdale is a multi-talented performer and songwriter, with successes in both country and bluegrass music. His roots stem from the Carolinas, JIM LAUDERDALE yet his career has taken him all over the United States and abroad, making him an international recording artist with an evergrowing fan base. Jim won “Artist of the Year” and “Song of the Year” at the first “Honors and Awards Show” held by the Americana Music Association in 2002. He is among Nashville’s “A” list of songwriters, with songs recorded by artists such as: Patty Loveless, George Jones, The Dixie Chicks, Solomon Burke, Mark Chesnutt, Dave Edmunds, John Mayall, Kathy Mattea, Lee Ann Womack, Gary Allan, Blake Shelton, Vince Gill, and George Strait. www.jimlauderdale.com

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Ireland, 24-year-old Gareth Dunlop has spent the last year traveling between the U.S. and U.K. with sold GARETH DUNLOP out shows in Northern Ireland based on the success of his song “Fool’s Desire.” His newest release is “Wrap Your Arms Around Me” on the soundtrack to the film Safe Haven, due out February 5th, 2013. Gareth’s soulful voice and captivating songs have lead to his songs being used in numerous television shows including House, Private Practice, Cougar Town, Army Wives, and a recent Subaru commercial. In the U.K., Gareth has opened for a diverse group of artists including Van Morrison, Jeff Beck, The Stereophonics, Snow Patrol, Nanci Griffith, and more. www.garethdunlop.com

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magically collide in the musical renderings of Lizzy and Catherine Ward-Thomas. Raised on an English farm south of London, the eighteen-year-old fraternal twins are equally at home racing down ski slopes, riding horses, or simply taking their dog, Betty, for a walk through the English countryside. Drawing on their own life experiences and the experiences of those close to them, Lizzy and Catherine have developed a sense for crafting songs that cuts to the heart of the matter and doesn’t sugar coat difficulties or avoid topics considered “taboo”. Making the journey to Nashville, Tennessee, the twins entered the studio under the direction of Blazier and Rodriguez, andsoon found themselvds recording with some of Nashville’s most prominent session players. Their music is a hybrid of Country and Rock, blending lush harmonies with captivating lyrical content.

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ased out of Alaska, Janie Lidey is an Emmy award winning singersongwriter who has been writing music nearly all of her life. Rather than focus on her craft alone, Janie dedicated herself to teachJANEY LIDEY ing music in the public schools of Alaska for 25 years. In 2011, Janie decided to follow her passion and become a full time singer-songwriter. Her new single, “Nothin’ But A Smile” will be released in July 2012, and her new album, “Janie Lidey- Nothin’ But A Smile” will be available on itunes in June 2012. www.janielidey.com

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ith his six-string skills best described as a fusion of metal, southern rock, and psychedelia, Ben Flanders is an accomplished Guitarist, Producer, and Composer, based in Nashville, Tennessee. Born THE BEN FLANDERS PROJECT into a musical family in Brisbane, Australia, Ben became mesmerized by the guitar. Refusing to confine his playing to one style, Ben caught the attention of Ernie Ball MusicMan Guitar Company, which officially endorsed him in 2009. Ben is currently working on his first Instrumental EP, White Noise, due out in spring of 2013. www.youtube.com/user/bengrockson 10

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or twenty-sevenyear-old Kris Whipple, songwriting is a way to tell his story and express himself through music. Raised in West Detroit, Kris cuts hair for a living, but says his vocation is “loving my KRIS WHIPPLE wife, loving my job, loving my family, and opening my heart.” He admits that he is “still learning”, but looks forward to discovering life through the “journey we are all on” and coming to know the unknowable future. Rather than spending energy trying to predict what might happen in the future, Kris prefers to spend his time appreciating the moment, and being thankful.

egan Keely is an American Singer-Songwriter whose sound is influenced by an amalgam of soul, jazz, and folk, and evokes a timeless waft of nostalgia while carving a fresh new niche for itself. MEGAN KEELY She puts on a show that is teeming with rich musical sensitivity and delicate emotion. When joined by her family, their instruments melt together naturally, leaving plenty of space for the music to breathe. Whether accompanying herself solo or playing with a full band, Megan gives a performance that is not to be missed. Her debut album, Acorn Collection, is available now. www.megankeely.com


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man from South Florida, who decided music and performing were her calling around the age of four when she saw her first live musical theatre performance in Jackson, Wyoming. Growing up in Florida and Wyoming, Lizzie attended and performed in many musicals and went to the concerts of Miley Cyrus and Taylor Swift. Lizzie knew she wanted to perform just like they did. She is evolving into a talented Country/Pop singer-songwriter who plays both the guitar and keyboard. With poise and maturity beyond her years, Lizzie’s vibrant personalLIZZIE SIDER ity shines on stage with her undeniably amazing stage presence. Lizzie’s debut single, “Butterfly,” is currently receiving radio play and is charting on Nashville’s Music Row Chart. www.lizziesider.com

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moving to Nashville, singer-songwriter and founding member of the LA duo, The Darlins, Jude Toy, asked singer-songwriter THE DARLINS and Nashville native, Erinn Bates, if she wanted to write and perform together around town. From the first co-write, they knew they had something special. Jude’s rockin’ acoustic guitar and harmonies blended with Erinn’s bluegrass-tinged lead vocals and mandolin. Several months later, The Darlins were reborn. The dup have opened for several Country stars and performed in the Music City Showcase, Alabama Line. Their rootsy, harmonyrich sound, along with their songwriting, has taken them to venues like Music City Roots and The Bluebird Café and has garnered their songs several placements on network television. www.thedarlins.com

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the past year, James Cameron Band has shot onto the music scene all across Ontario. Most notably, James and the band have JAMES CAMERON BAND played at the beaches in Toronto on Canada Day to a crowd of over 100,000 attendees. This past October, the band opened with a fifty minute set for keynote speaker, Craig Kielburger, from Free The Children. The performance took place at nationally renowned theatre the Centre in the Square with over two thousand students in attendance. Since then, the band has been working hard to maintain a positive image in their local community, playing several shows around the area. In addition, several band members are also working hard to maintain their averages in both high school and university. Each band member is very excited for what the future has to hold, and is working hard to pursue their individual and united passion for music.

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Trailor Choir were signed to country superstar Toby Keith’s record label Show-dog Universal in june of 2007 and VENCENT VAN-ZANT spent the next 3 years opening shows for Toby. The band got a jump start when Toby featured their song “Off the Hillbilly Hook” in his movie Beer for My Horses, and their song “Rockin’ the Beergut” landed in the top 30 on the Billboard Country Music Chart. The song sold over half a million downloaded copies, and its music video made it into the top ten on CMT and was nominated for CMT video of year. Vinny has written 3 songs that have landed in the Billboard Top 40, but he may be most well known as the star of NBC’s hit reality show The Biggest Loser, where he made it to the top four. Now with a new lease on life, Vinny is primed and ready to begin his solo career.

some Romeos’ debut album, No Regrets, released on Nashvillebased Tree O Records, marks the emergence of JULIET & THE LONESOME yet another great artist ROMEOS from the fertile Boston music scene. The album is a rich experience of roots-infused Pop music, with a nod to the Country side, that revolves around Juliet Simmons Dinallo’s rich and soulful voice. The deeply emotional songs travel down the highways and back roads of heartache and hope. From the original and insightful songwriting, to the masterful musicianship, to the spot on production, No Regrets truly is an album that has something for everyone. It also announces to the world the arrival of Juliet Simmons Dinallo and her rich, powerful, take-no-prisoners voice bursting with soul.

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orn in the farm town of Loveland, Colorado, where she lived for ten years before moving to Florida with her family, this songstress was born with the desire to perform. Staying involved with all things music throughout her childhood, Jordan knew from an early age that loving country music was much more than just a hobby. Her previous release, Key To My Heart, was released last summer and wrapped up a full fledged radio tour in support of the hit single. Currently residing in Nashville, this twenty year-old songbird is poised to take the country world by storm, showing what a lot of hard work, determination and faith can do. www.jordanandersoncountry.com

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avid Bradley’s distinctive soulful sound and undeniable English charm are adding a unique flavor to the world of country DAVID BRADLEY, DAVID ADAM BYRNES & BILL KELLEY music. David Adam Byrnes has been called a backwoods redneck and he’ll be the first to tell you, he wears the label well. He sports a ball cap, plaid is “the fabric of his life,” he loves a barroom band, cranks his music up loud, adores his family, respects his country and is no stranger to hard work nor heartache. Billy Kelly is a recording artist and studio musician who has worked with his band Dakota, The Buoys, Jerry-Kelly, and Charlie Louvin. These three will form a once-in-a-lifetime trip and will rock out at 6:30.

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band is a mighty talented and diverse group of veteran musicians with credentials that will blow your mind. Randy LUCKY 13 Leago plays piano, organ, accordion, saxophone, penny whistle, guitar, bass, and just about everything else. Multi-instrumentalist Jimmy C. Clark displays his musical prowess on fiddle, pedal steel guitar, trumpet, and guitar. Bassist extraordinaire Paul Ossola is relatively new to Nashville but has a huge following of admiring fans and musicians. Thomm Jutz is an acclaimed guitarist, engineer, studio owner, artist, and producer. Show host and award-winning drummer Billy Block has performed and recorded with a diverse array of artists. This 7PM set will feature special surprise guest artists.


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the movie Coal Miner’s Daughter when she was a little girl convinced Sherry Lynn that Country music was her destiny, even SHERRY LYNN though she lived far from Nashville. Now the top country singer in her native New Jersey, Sherry will release a new album this spring titled Beautiful Life. And just to show you the power of dreams, the first single from that album—also called “Beautiful Life”—is a duet with the iconic Crystal Gayle, the kid sister of coal miner’s daughter Loretta Lynn. Beautiful Life was produced by Ted Hewitt, the studio wizard behind all of Rodney Atkins’ hits. Sherry and her band perform more than 100 dates a year throughout the Northeast. www.sherrylynnmusic.com

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Iron Cowboy is “Big

John” Davis, Fran Czuba, Mike “Roscoe” LaNunziata, Joe Michaels, Scott Wenrich, and Gary Ottaviani. This North IRON COWBOY East, Pennsylvania modern country band with a heart of Southern Rock is a perennial favorite at Thunder Country 102’s annual ThunderBash. Formed in late 2007, Iron Cowboy quickly took the Northeast by storm, and has opened for major acts including Bucky Covington over the past few yeas. In 2011, Iron Cowboy released their debut CD, Tattoo of You, which received great reviews from fans, critics, and fellow musicians alike. The CD’s title track, “Tattoo of You, and a second song, “WWJD” both spent several weeks on Music Row’s Country Breakout chart.The members of Iron Cowboy are currently working on material for the next CD and performing regularly throughout the northeast. www.ironcowboyband.com

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native Amber Hayes first broke onto the Country music scene after her starring role as Kathy Twitty in the 2008 ConAMBER HAYES way Twitty musical, It’s Only Make Believe. Amber released her debut EPC’mon in 2010, landing two Top 40 singles (“C’mon,”“Wait”) on the national MusicRow Country Breakout chart. The talented singer-songwriter went on to tour with Country star Ty Herndon for much of 2011 before appearing in the major motion picture, “Cowgirls N’ Angels” in 2012. Three of Amber’s songs made it into the film, including her duet with Lonestar’s Richie McDonald, “Always There For Me.” In October 2012, Amber released her sophomore album, Any Day Is A Good Day. www.amberhayesmusic.com

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high-altitude town of Fort Collins, Colorado is abundant in bicycles, awash in craft beer and rich in arts of all kinds. Understanding SHEL the town’s unique cultural brew begins (but only begins) to explain the novel sound of SHEL. Four sisters, raised in an atmosphere of creative freedom and diligent study, have honed their musical skills to surgical precision and blended their personalities and visions into a unified whole. They are a vocal group with outstanding instrumental capabilities and an instrumental group with a thrilling vocal attack. From their fetching, unpredictable songs to their whimsical, hand-made top hats, SHEL makes a profound impression, something they are doing to growing crowds and critical acclaim. www.shelmusic.com

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FEBRUARY NASHVILLE’s LEGENDARY BILLY BLOCK SHOW

Celebrating 17 Years of Introducing Authentic Artists & Music

February 5th at The Mercy Lounge

Jim Lauderdale & Buddy Miller ...............................“It Hurts Me” Juliet & Lonesome Romeos ..................................“Wishing Well” Krisiti Rose .......................................................................“Johnny Guitar” Sherry Lynn............................................................ “Breakin’ Up Song” Shel.................................................................................................... “Stained” Gareth Dunlop........................... “Wrap Your Arms Around Me” Cumberland Collective......... “Bring A Lil’ Love To The Table” Ward/Thomas......................................................... “Way Back When” Janey Lidey.........................................................“Nothin’ But A Smile” Granny 4 Barrel............................“Colt Ford Stole My Girlfriend” Lizzie Sider....................................................................................“Butterfly” Jesse & Noah .....................................................................“Driven Back” Rattle Can.......................................................... “We Love The Cougs” Fancy.........................................................................................“Role Model” Jenn Bostic.................................................... “Jealous of the Angels” Rocky Block.......................................................“Love You Out Loud” Tawny River..................................................................................“Melody” Allen Thompson Band.................................................“Dirt To Dust” Luke Dick...................................................................................... “Esquilita” Danny Myrick........................................................................“Truck Yeah” Cathy Paty.................................... “Something About The South” April Kry..................................................................“Heart Inside of You” Brokedown Cadillac......................................... “Can You Hear Me” Sam Hawksley................................................................ “Save My Life” Scott Mulvahill................................................................... “Heartache” Sam Hunter............................................................. “Me & Mrs. Jones” Alex Flanigan................................................... “Diesel, Guns & Rust” Allie Farris.............................................................. “Work, Work, Work” Kree Woods.................................................... “Chance Happening” Yo Mama...........................................................................“It Takes Time” Charity Vance....................................................................................“Icing” Shannon Labrie............................................. “I Remember A Boy” The Bum Steers.................................................................. “Stick Pony” Elise Davis ........................................................................“Make The Kill” Jordan Anderson................... “Key To My Heart”

17th Anniversary Celebration 6pm Showcase Cumberland Collective- The New Americana 7pm Tribute to Walter Hyatt/Duane Jarvis/ Buck Jones with Taylor Hyatt, Jon Byrd & More 8:00 Kristi Rose-17th year 8:30 Sam Hawksley- APRA Artist of Month 9:00 Jim Lauderdale- Now That’s Americana 9:30 Gareth Dunlop- Safe Haven Soundtrack star 10:00pm All-Star Jam

February 12th at The Mercy Lounge

6pm Ward-Thomas- Female duo from Great Britain 7pm Lucky 13 with guests 8:00 Janey Lidey- Alaskan Troubadour 8:30 Kris Whipple Band- Eclectic Star 9:00 Ben Flanders – Totally Rockin’ 9:30 Megan Keely- California Folk/Country 10:00pm All-Star Jam

February 19th at The Mercy Lounge

6pm Lizzie Sider- Teen Sensation 7pm Lucky 13 with guests 8:00 The Darlins- SESAC Artist of The Month 8:30 James Cameron Band- SOCAN Artist of The Month 9:00 Vencent Van Zant- Biggest Winner 9:30 Juliet & The Lonesome Romeos- Americana Darling 10:00pm All-Star Jam

February 26th at The Mercy Lounge

CRS Thunder Country 102 Night 6pm Jordan Anderson- Toxic 6:30pm David Bradley, David Adam Byrnes & Bill Kelly 7pm Lucky 13 with guests Somerville 8:00 Sherry Lynn- Country Star 8:30 Amber Hayes- Film & Music star 9:00 Iron Cowboy- Country Rockers 9:30 Shel- Moraine Music Stars 10:00pm All-Star Jam

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