You know how music soothes the savage beast. Not sure how many of ‘em are in the Northern parts of Florida but we aim to tame the gators in Apalachiocola – Sarasota – Palm Harbor – and St. Augustine on tour Thurs., Nov. 9 – 10 – 11 – 12. Hope you can join us and share the good word!
The Liberty Circus is Malcolm Holcombe, Alan Kaufman, RB Morris and Al Maginnes along with a cast of other rotating artists raising their voices in support of refugees and immigrants. In March, David Olney recorded a couple of new songs with the group for an album and tour this August. Proceeds from the shows will directly benefit organizations working with “Lady Liberty’s tired, poor masses yearning to breathe free”. More on that borderline, and online HERE
David Olney visits with Alamo Jones The Voice in Black on the The Alamo Jones Show on SiriusXM Radio‘s SiriusXM Outlaw Country Channel 60 on SATURDAY, July 15 and again on SUNDAY, JULY 16! It’s a great four-hour show, with David Olney sitting in on the 4th hour for some conversation, a live performance and listening to songs from his new “Don’t Try To Fight It” record. Alamo Jones – a/k/a “The Voice in Black” – worked cue cards for The Johnny Cash Show and toured the world with the “Man in Black” before launching his own recording career and serving as a trusty sidekick for the legendary Cowboy Jack Clement at the Cowboy Arms Hotel And Recording Spa.
Look for shows in the Mid-Atlanic and East Coast in July, with new dates posted in the Carolinas and the Midwest in August – as well as couple of truly special collaborative shows with The Liberty Circus (more on that project, soon).
Grammy-nominated Singer-Songwriter, Producer, Journalist and all-around swell guy Peter Cooper has released an honest-to-goodness humbling account of Nashville’s creative community in his new must-read “Johnny’s Cash and Charley’s Pride” book. Filled with untold stories and newly revealed histories, it is an informal yet well-studied inside view of country music’s greatest characters and pivotal moments. Heck, he even has a chapter on some guy named David Olney. More on that HERE as revealed in American Songwriter Magazine.