Nashville Hootenanny 02-19-2011

This just in from Voyage-Air Guitar Artist Relations Director, Virginia Cannon:

“Hey! Everyone’s invited to tune in to the Nashville Hootenanny this Saturday night, February 19th. It streams live over the Internet, at the link below beginning at 5pm Pacific time, 6pm Mountain, 7pm Central, and 8pm Eastern time. No cable or dish TV required!
This Nashville Hootenanny is now seen in 72 countries and was watched by over 50,000 viewers last month. This show’s a hit, and the numbers continue to grow!

Click here to see the lineup for the show: 

The Nashville Hootenanny had this to say about James Hunter, who will play his Voyage-Air Guitar on the show: “16 year old James Michael Hunter began playing the guitar when he was 5 years old, and he’s been singing and writing music ever since. When he was 9 years old he started a band called One Eyed Rhyno. James and his band have been playing original songs and covers of classic rock and blues for 7 years all over California.

"James and his band recorded his song ‘THE BIRD’ in 2010 and put in on itunes. One Eyed Rhyno is donating their proceeds from itune sales to the Student Conservation Association to help fund the gulf clean up.

"James is making his third trip to Nashville from Sacramento, California to write songs and play his third Hootenanny in February. He was asked to play at the 2010 NAMM convention in L.A. for Voyage Air Guitars and was interviewed for HUB World television as well. He’s inspired by all the great blues musicians especially Johnny Guitar Watson, John Lee Hooker and Jimmy Page.” This is a great chance to see the Voyage-Air Guitar played by an up and coming artist – and for free!
Also note that Steve Winwood’s daughter, Lilly will also be performing. This Nashville Hootenanny will be hosted by Youtube sensation Cjaye Lerose.

Here’s the link to watch the show on Saturday:

Seriously: click the link to see the show… you won’t be disappointed. Talent like James Hunter is rare and unique. Voyage-Air Guitar is proud to help him along the way.

Virginia Cannon

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