RELEASE: Come Play The Lost Notebooks of Hank Williams at Herzog + Train Guitar Army

THURSDAY AUGUST 30 – 7 to 10 pm

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LIMITED EDITION DIGITAL EP with NEW ART BY KEITH NELTNER
SIGNED, NUMBERED, LETTER PRESSED BY STEAM WHISTLE 6″ x 9″

Admission: All CUSAMHF members and musicians from the Lost Notebooks and Train Kept A Rollin guitar army sessions are free.

Nonmember Admission: $5 admission or included with Come Play Lost Notebooks digital ep/ art package purchase.

300 AVAILABLE – EP + Art = $20 (Proceeds support the non-profit efforts of the Cincinnati USA Music Heritage Foundation)


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SPECIAL BONUS: Screening of the entire Fountain Square show from The Train Kept A Rollin’ 60th featuring the jump blues kickoff with Philip Paul, the rockabilly bounce with Ed Vardiman and the hard rock blast with Generals Scotty Wood, Dave Cupp, Ed Vardiman and Neil Sharrow and The Guitar Army.

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Doors open at 7. Drinks. Held on the anniversary in the exact space where Hank William’s recorded My Bucket’s Got A Hole In It.

Herzog is in the CityBeat building at 8th and Race where the Hank and Herzog historic marker stands. Hit the buzzer (third down) for entrance and take the stairs or elevator to Floor 2.

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Title: COME PLAY THE LOST NOTEBOOKS OF HANK WILLIAMS AT HERZOG

SONGS:
1. You Know That I Know (Hank Williams Sr., Jack White)
2. Come Play The Lost Notebooks (Daddy T.)
3. You’ve Been Lonesome, Too (Hank Williams Sr., Alan Jackson)
4. The Love That Faded (Hank Williams Sr., Bob Dylan)

PLAYERS:
David Rhodes Brown (1-lead vocs & acoustic guitar; 3-steel guitar)
Ed Cunningham (1&3-fiddle)
Renee Frye (3-backup vocs)
Marvin Hawkins (drums all)
Jeff Johnson (2-acoustic guitar)
Chuck Land (1, 2, 4 piano)
J. W. Laswell (2-acoustic guitar) [RIP]
Don Miller (bass all)
Kelly Routt (2-vocs)
Elliott V. Ruther (2&4 vocs; electric guitar all)
Mark Utley (1-acoustic guitar; 3-vocs and acoustic guitar)
Todd Wilson (4-acoustic guitar)
Willie Eger (2&4-fiddle)
Featuring The Syd NaTanist$
Bill Gwynne – Recording engineer
Dave Davis of All Night Party – Mixing and mastering

MORE INGREDIENTS
- Performed before a live and intimate studio audience, in an open session with musicians playing together often for the first time
- Held on anniversary night of when Hank and Audrey Williams dueted on a couple songs in Herzog in 1949 and when Hank cut Lovesick Blues – Recorded so that there could be no “punch-ins”, so that it is presented truly live – only recording levels adjusted – Just like Hank’s session 12/22/48, this is a release of 4 songs – The Lester Upright piano said to have been played by Hank Williams, rescued after 50 years of neglect, and slowly getting in key with each period tuning was used
- The act, event, recording, composition of “Come Play The Lost Notebooks” and release is the execution of a ritual intended to serve as an invitation to all the artists who participated on the Bob Dylan/ Country Music Hall album Lost Notebooks of Hank Williams to perform their songs at Herzog, as well as invite known and unknown musicians to perform Hank and original songs at Herzog, while educating the world on the story of Herzog Studios and Hank Williams’ unique story there

“COME PLAY THE LOST NOTEBOOKS”
Come play the lost notebooks
In the last building left
All the Nashville buildings
Torn down before they could neglect (them)

Reinstated in Cincinnati
Nevermind the Grand Ole Opry
Come and play your tune
Reinstated in Cincinnati
811 Race Street
Come and play your tune

Where Audrey and Hiram
Dueted while divorced
When Audrey and Hiram
Played with Jr. in the womb
Reinstated in Cincinnati
Don’t mind the Grand Ole Opry
Herzog’s studio
Reinstated in Cincinnati
811 Race Street
Come and play your tune
Come and play your tune
Play your weary
Play your weary
Play your weary tune
Come and play your tune

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