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Carrie Hassler offers new single

Friday, May 30, 2008 – Carrie Hassler & Hard Rain's first single, "I Can Go Back Anytime," from the group's upcoming CD was released by Rural Rhythm Records. The band's second CD,"CHHR2," for the label is due July 29.

"I Can Go Back Anytime" was written by Jennifer Strickland who wrote the band's second chart single, "Going on the Next Train" from their previous CD.

The band is comprised of Hassler, Keith McKinnon, Kevin McKinnon, Travis Anderson, Josh Miller and Jamie Harper.

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CHHR2 CD review - CHHR2
Coming off the success of their 2006 self-titled debut CD, which saw them chart on Billboard's Bluegrass Charts for most of the year, Carrie Hassler & Hard Rain decided why change up a good thing. Jim Van Cleve returns to produce this solid sophomore CD. The instrumental talents of Hard Rain band members Josh Miller on banjo, brothers Kevin and Keith McKinnon on mandolin and guitar, Jamie Harper on fiddle and Travis Anderson on bass enhance the strong vocal talents of Hassler, maintaining an »»»
Carrie Hassler and Hard Rain CD review - Carrie Hassler and Hard Rain
Filled with perky radio-friendly bluegrass that borrows significantly from country, Carrie Hassler & Hard Rain show solid musicianship throughout its debut - produced by Jim Van Cleve (Mountain Heart, ex-Quicksilver) - with solid, upbeat tunes like "Seven Miles from Wichita" and "Going on the Next Train." In addition to vocalist Hassler, the group includes Josh Miller (banjo), Josh Swift (Dobro), Kevin McKinnon (mandolin), Keith McKinnon (guitar), and Travis Anderson (bass), each of whom shows »»»
Editorial: Walking the talk – When names like Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Waylon and the Hag are invoked, you're talking hard core country. These are the touchstones of country , the guys who made country music what it was and still is (or maybe can be). When these folks would sing about being down-and-out and the rough-and-tumble, they knew of what they were singing about. Fast forward a few years to the country singers of today. »»»
Concert Review: Sweeney maintains her musical integrity – Sunny Sweeney has gone the big label route and even earned a hit with "From a Table Away," but truth be told, she's better off without the baggage of the bigs, especially given the consistent quality and musical vision that was so clearly and admirably on display on this evening. When the East Texas native started her career, she was... »»»
Concert Review: Live, Shelley proves she's the real deal – After the concert, Joan Shelley was greeted by a fan at the near sold-out club who had never seen her before. The first timer told the Louisville, Ky.-based folk-oriented singer that she wanted to see for herself if Shelley's vocals were the real deal live. The fan walked away mighty impressed -based on her comments - and it was easy to see why.... »»»
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