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  • Jesus & Johnny Cash

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    It's Jesus and Johnny Cash... live from Kimbros Pickin Parlor, Franklin TN.

    Video footage was taken at a recent Benefit Concert supporting the homeless in Nashville and the http://Roomintheinn.org. If you have a passion for volunteering and helping those who might be down on their luck, they could use a friendly smile, a coat when it's cold or just to feel like they are still apart of society. They need you. Every day of the week someone we know might need a little extra love to get inspired and back to the road of stability. You're smile is all they need.

    #nashville #homeless #roomintheinn #benefit #volunteer

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  • TAWNY RIVER TV Play all

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    Imagine a sound like Paul Simon taking Sting and Patsy Cline out for tea. French culture blended in with rootsy, island, country, latin sounds and curlycue harmonies. The duo has a fresh new sound built on truly unique progressive melodies with a playful charisma. Their clever lyrics and dynamic vocal style keeps the listeners engaged.

    Inspired by John Denver, Elvis, Bob Marley, Paul Simon, Sting, Triumph, Patsy Cline, Martina McBride, Aretha Franklin, Eva Cassidy and Allison Krauss.

    Sound like... Sting, Paul Simon, Patsy Cline, Sublime, Civil Wars, Thompson Square, Jack Johnson, Bruno Mars and Lady Antebellum.

    Their style Hippie...Gypsy...Island.. Pop. A dash of Folk, Blues, Reggae, Pop, Dance, Latin, French, World Beat, Country, Fun, Inspiring and in harmony.

    The duo is currently recording in Nashville, Tn with producer Ron Haffkine - producer of Shel Silverstein and Dr. Hook (The Cover of the Rolling Stone) (Freaking at the Freakers Bal)(I Got Stoned and I Missed It) Lou Rawls version of he Wind Beneath My Wings, the soundtrack for Ned Kelly and many more. Imagine a sound like Paul Simon taking Sting and Patsy Cline out for tea. French culture blended in with rootsy, island, country, latin sounds and curlycue harmonies. The duo has a fresh new sound built on truly unique progressive melodies with a playful charisma. Their clever lyrics and dynamic vocal style keeps the listeners engaged with their hippie, gypsy, pop.

    Inspired by John Denver, Elvis, Bob Marley, Paul Simon, Sting, Triumph, Patsy Cline, Martina McBride, Aretha Franklin, Eva Cassidy, Whitney Houston and Allison Krauss.

    Sound like... Sting, Paul Simon, Patsy Cline, Sublime, Civil Wars, Thompson Square, Jack Johnson, Bruno Mars and Lady Antebellum.

    Their style Hippie...Gypsy...Island.. Pop. A dash of Folk, Blues, Reggae, Pop, Dance, Latin, French, World Beat, Country, Fun, Inspiring and in harmony.


    The duo brings together two vocals, a guitar, bass and harmonica. They'll get you smiling as they sing they're story and you'll be left wanting to hear more.

    Their debut single release is a song called Aye Aye Mari Juana - this song tells a story about a man who loves a this girl named Marijuana that she has him dancin and walkin on the moon. Whether you are looking for a song for the cause? A song to boost your spirits there is a new bud in town and this one is for you.

    Be on the look out for an album in 2015.

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  • Hippie Gypsy Radio Play all

    Tawny River Radio is regularly updated playlist of all our studio work. Experimental and Radio friendly!

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    Warm up to Tawny River this winter! Visit http://TawnyRiver.com
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  • A Tribute to Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show Play all

    In 1970, their demo tapes were heard by Ron Haffkine, musical director on the planned Herb Gardner movie, Who Is Harry Kellerman and Why Is He Saying Those Terrible Things About Me?. The songs for the film were written by the cartoonist, poet and songwriter Shel Silverstein, who determined that Dr. Hook was the ideal group for the soundtrack. The group recorded two songs for the film: Locorriere sang the lead on both "The Last Morning," the movie's theme song, later re-recorded for their second album, Sloppy Seconds, and "Bunky and Lucille," which the band can be seen performing in the film. The film helped Dr. Hook and The Medicine Show secure their first recording contract.

    Clive Davis, CBS Records head, had a meeting with the group, described in Davis's autobiography. Drummer David used a wastepaper basket to keep the beat, and while Sawyer, Locorriere and Cummings played and sang a few songs, Francis hopped up and danced on the mogul's desk. This meeting secured the band their first record deal. Subsequently the band went on to international success over the next twelve years, with Haffkine as the group's manager, as well as producer of all the Dr. Hook recordings.

    The group and Haffkine would receive 67 Platinum & Gold records from around the world with songs like... The Cover of The Rolling Stone, Freaking at the Freakers Ball, I Got Stoned and I Missed It, Sylvia's Mother, Sharing the Night Together, When You're in Love with a Beautiful Woman, The Ballad of Lucy Jordan, just to name a few.

    Enjoy a playlist of some of the fan favorites. If you enjoy Dr. Hook and the work of Producer Ron Haffkine then you may enjoy the new group he is working with out of Nashville, TN... www.TawnyRiver.com
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  • Music Friends in Nashville Play all

    Music Friends in Nashville includes a little piece of all the good people we meet on our journey of musical love. Nashville is the mecca of talent and we love to share it. Visit http://www.TawnyRiver.com
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