Hunnypot Radio Goes Country 2/24 w. Randy Poe (Buck ‘Em! The Autobiography of Buck Owens, Guest DJ Set) + Jeffery Steele (Interview, Performing Live) + Rebecca Lynn Howard (Performing Live)!
Join us Monday, Feb. 24th for Hunnypot Radio Goes Country with Hot Tub Johnnie, the HP Radio Crew and our very special guests. Show time is at 7pm Sharp, Live at The Mint LA!
7:00pm Hot Tub Johnnie (ALL COUNTRY DJ Set)
8:00pm Randy Poe (Interview, Buck ‘Em! DJ set)
8:45pm Jeffrey Steele (Interview)
9:00pm Jeffrey Steele (Live)
10:45pm Rebecca Lynn Howard (Live)
8:00pm Randy Poe (Interview, Buck ‘Em! DJ set)
Randy will be spinning a fine collection of Buck Owens tunes and we will sit down to talk about his new book Buck ‘Em! The Autobiography of Buck Owens.
Since 1985, Randy Poe has been the President of Leiber & Stoller Music Publishing in Los Angeles. Prior to his position with Leiber & Stoller, he was Executive Director of the Songwriters Hall of Fame in New York. A recipient of the ASCAP/Deems Taylor Award for his book, “Music Publishing: A Songwriter’s Guide,” Poe’s other books include “Squeeze My Lemon: A Collection of Classic Blues Lyrics,” “Skydog: The Duane Allman Story,” and “Stalking the Red Headed Stranger.” Poe is a Grammy-nominated record producer, and has been a guest speaker at music industry workshops and seminars in both the U.S. and Europe. He has also lectured at Harvard Law School, UCLA, and New York University, among others. Randy Poe is a member of The Recording Academy, and is a past President of the California Copyright Conference. He is also on the Advisory Board of the renowned folk music magazine, “Sing Out!”
8:45pm Jeffrey Steele (Interview/Live Performance)
They say life begins at 40, but for country artist Jeffrey Steele the old adage is only half-true. Before hitting that milestone, the California native had married, was raising four children, and had already carved an interesting and successful life for himself, one that would satisfy any budding songwriter. He had built up such an incredibly strong and thriving career; it seemed he had the Midas touch. Almost everything he wrote turned into a hit, exemplified by one three-year period when almost five-dozen songs were recorded by name artists that included Faith Hill, Trisha Yearwood, Randy Travis, John Michael Montgomery, Leann Rimes, Diamond Rio, Aaron Tippin, and Collin Raye, among others. He earned BMI Country Awards with hit songs “She’d Give Anything” and “They Don’t Make Them Like That” from Boy Howdy, and “If You Love Somebody” from Kevin Sharp. A pair of songs he co-wrote with Al Anderson, “Big Deal” for Rimes and “Unbelievable” for Diamond Rio, also received BMI Country Awards. Rather than having a life that started at 40, Steele was doing just fine for more than two decades.
10:45pm Rebecca Lynn Howard (Live Performance)
Crossover country-pop singer, and two time Grammy Award Winner, Rebecca Lynn Howard grew up in Salyersville, KY, and moved to Nashville in 1997, where she began a career as a songwriter. Her compositions have been recorded by singers like Martina McBride, Trisha Yearwood, Julianne Hough, John Michael Montgomery, and Clay Aiken, to name a few. Her writing style varies from deep-rooted, front porch bluegrass and mountain music, to country, to pop, to heavy power punk rock, and most everything in between. Howard was a featured vocalist on Jim Brickman’s “Simple Things” and enjoyed the #1 slot on the Adult Contemporary chart, but she is best known for her smash hit “Forgive”, which is still a favorite among fans and critics alike. Recently, she has branched out into the field of record producing, where she has made a splash in the “land down under”, with Australia’s 2009 Female Vocalist of the Year, Dianna Corcoran. Howard co-produced the record and penned the largest portion of the songs on new album “Keep Breathing”, which has already scored three mulit-week #1 singles. She continues to produce and is currently writing for Colton Entertainment in Nashville. Rebecca is proving there’s not much that’s capable of getting in the way of this East Kentucky songbird!
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