Tuesday, December 6, 2016

Montrose Records Presents "A Concert in the Badlands"

Montrose Records Presents
"A Concert in the Badlands"

New Mexico, the Land of Enchantment.  Interesting history for sure. However, more so the region is absolutely breathtaking.  Take for example the Village of Ruidoso, a small community nestled in the Sacramento Mountains.  While the local attractions include a world class horse track, ski slopes, and two casinos the backdrop of the mountains and all of the family owned craft stores and specialty restaurants help make this quaint village a place to return to over and over again.  In fact, the Cagle family (Montrose Records – Houston) liked the region so much that they built a beautiful log cabin home there with a stunning view to say the least.  Accordingly, when they were in the design phase Rich wasn’t going to be without a music studio so he designed a private recording suite.  After their home was complete and time moved forward Rich would be out and about meeting the local musicians.  It was through his conversations with Jamie Estes, President of the Lincoln County Food Bank that the topic of raising money to support their community would come up.  Everyone agreed and the talk moved toward recording a fund raising CD.  The musicians liked the idea of recording a CD that featured local talent and their original songs.  The goal would be simple – all the proceeds from the sale of the CDs would go to the Lincoln County Food Bank.  Once the plan was in place, Rich produced and recorded it, and now they are ready to host a live event to help kick off the sales.  Good people banding together to deliver something of value for a good cause.  The CD release party will be hosted by Sacred Grounds Coffee and Tea House, 2704 Suddereth Dr., Ruidoso, N.M. 88345, at 4:00 p.m. on Sunday, December 18, 2016. There are twenty artist/bands on the CD, leading off with Mike Montoya, followed by, the Flying J Wranglers, the Noisy River Band, Bobby Chavira, Delaney Davis, Gleewood, Grant & Ella Miller, Tradd Tidwell, the Hillbilly Potentates, Jonathan Walls, Jones & Miles, Mark Kashmar, Micah Schultz, Sierra Edmister, Monk Burris, DJ Pete Davis, Malachi Martin, Rich Chorne & Patty Tiscareno, Scotty Talley and Susan Kolb & Doug Gibson.

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