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Getty Images & Country Music Hall of Fame Bring Iconic Imagery to the World

Pictured: A young Brenda Lee performs in Nashville’s Centennial Park. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s Elmer Williams Collection is available here
New York, NY, and Nashville, TN -- Getty Images, the world leader in visual communications, is teaming up with the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum to make available for global licensing an unrivaled collection of historic country music images from the museum’s archives. This is the first collaboration of its kind for the museum, an institution dedicated to preserving and teaching the evolving history of country music.

Jim & Jesse and Mac Wiseman Titles Available Again

Jimm & JesseNashville, TN -- Rural Rhythm Records is proud to announce the release of two titles available again today, Jim & Jesse and the Virginia Boys “I’m Gonna Sing, Sing, Sing” and Mac Wiseman – “Sings Old Time Country Favorites”.

Monroeville Can't Be Put Out with Latest Album

 Can't Put Me OutMonroeville Records is proud to announce that industry veterans and fan-favorites Matt Munsey and Monroeville have completed work on their first full-length project entitled Can't Put Me Out scheduled for release April 1st. In an unprecedented move, they have released the entire album for streaming one week ahead of the album's release date and it can be heard in it's entirery (see below). Can't Put Me Out, is personal - and personifies Monroeville's ability to keep moving forward, despite heartbreak or obstacles. It's a project that showcases their true uniqueness.

The Wait is Over for Latest Jett's Creek Album

 The Wait is OverWillis, VA -- The wait is finally over as the tight family harmonies and original material of the 6-piece bluegrass unit known as Jett's Creek comes to the forefront with their Mountain Fever Records release of The Wait Is Over, the band's first release on the Virginia based label. The band and label are offering the album for download (see below).

Two New Titles Released from Rural Rhythm "Heritage Collection" Series

Hylo Brown and Lee MooreNashville, TN (September 24, 2013) Rural Rhythm Records is proud to announce two new new titles in its archival Heritage Collection series. The Rural Rhythm Heritage Collection Series will help keep traditional roots music alive and preserved for future generations. The Rural Rhythm Heritage Collection Series includes authentic Old-Time Country, Bluegrass, Folk, Country Waltzes, Fiddle Tunes and Gospel music performed by many legends & pioneers. Titles are mastered from the original master tapes, with original cover artwork and include many albums never-before available on CD.

Music City Roots: GrassRoots MP3 Music Compilation Available

RootsGrassMusic City Roots and Compass Records don't just love bluegrass; they believe in bluegrass. It’s where American folk traditions and cultivated musicianship meet. And over the 60 years since its founding fathers mixed old-time, swing and gospel with primal drive, bluegrass has been a dynamic, inclusive, democratic music. Our definition of bluegrass is broad, with Doyle Lawson’s scriptural traditional flavor on the same show as Frank Solivan’s funky cover of a 60s pop classic. Music City Roots: GrassRoots contains ten varied and magnificent artists performing songs that touch on coal mining, a country store, doing time and good corn liquor.

New Digital Re-issues from Pinecastle Records

New Pinecastle RecordsColumbus, NC -- Long out of print, these classic WEBCO and Pinecastle recordings are now available for download at your favorite online retailer including Amazon MP3 and iTunes. Pinecastle Records purchased WEBCO Records of Virginia in 1993 which marked the beginning of fruitful relationships with artists like Larry Stephenson and The Reno Brothers. Six of Larry Stephenson's WEBCO releases have been added. The Rarely Herd albums below add to the ones already available digitally. Also added are four additional albums from The Reno Brothers.

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