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Shawn Camp and Friends Added to Mark Newton's Oct. 25th Lyrics for Lyric Benefit Show

Shawn CampNashville, TN -- The Mark Newton's Lyrics for Lyric Benefit Show is proud to announce having prolific vocal stylist and hit songwriter, Shawn Camp and friends as featured artists on Tuesday October 25th Lyrics for Lyric Benefit Show at Roosters TX Style BBQ & Steakhouse.

Grammy Winner Jim Lauderdale to be Featured on Mark Newton's Sept. 20th Lyrics for Lyric Benefit

Jim LauderdaleThe Mark Newton's Lyrics for Lyric Benefit Show is proud to announce the addition of featured Country/Bluegrass Star, Jim Lauderdale to Tuesday nights September 20th Lyrics for Lyric Benefit Show at Roosters TX Style BBQ & Steakhouse.

September Marks Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and the Incorporation of the Lyric Frizzell Foundation

Lyrics for LyricNashville, TN -- Corey Frizzell and Mark Newton, Co-Producers of the Nashville based Lyrics for Lyric Benefit Show, are proud to announce the official incorporation of the Lyric Frizzell Foundation, which benefits from the monthly show and serves to raise funds for childhood cancer research.

'Lyrics for Lyric' Benefit to Feature The Roys, Mason Douglas, and Brandon Rickman

The RoysNashville, TN -- The Mark Newton's Lyrics for Lyric Benefit Show will be packed with talent for the August 23rd outing at the "Man VS. Food" famed venue, Roosters TX Style BBQ & Steakhouse, featuring Rural Rhythm recording artists, The Roys, Mason Douglas and Brandon Rickman. Also taking the Roosters stage will be Keven Denney and The Wells Band.

Ken Mellons Joins the July 26th 'Lyrics for Lyric Show'

Ken Mellons: Rural RouteNashville, TN -- Mark Newton, Lyrics for Lyric show host, is proud to announce the addition of Country Music great Ken Mellons, affectionately known to fans as the Jukebox Junkie, to the July 26th Lyrics for Lyric show. Born in Kingsport, TN, Ken Mellons' parents Rita and Charles unknowingly groomed their son to have an appreciation for soulful harmonies and raw acoustic sounds, the same sounds that could only be found on his dad's Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs bluegrass music records. Ken signed his first record deal in 1992 with Sony Music and sold over 500,000 copies of his debut album, which boasted the radio hits "Jukebox Junkie," and "I Can Bring Her Back." Mellons parted Epic after a second album and then signed to Curb. In 2004, he offered the album Sweet on a small label, with guest spots from George Jones, Vince Gill, Rebecca Lynn Howard and Earl Scruggs.

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