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Another 10 Year Odyssey (photo by Sue Driskell)

I found a copy of Jay Bolotin's 1970 self-titled debut album at a record shop in Nashville back in 2008.  I immediately loved it, and in no short order began wondering what had become of the artist, and if additional recordings might exist.  On the internet there were references to a visual artist of the same name, with images displayed unlike anything I'd ever seen before.  It turned out to be the same Jay Bolotin.  Further reading on the websites of galleries and museums where his art had been…

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Gary Stewart on the Cover Of The Rolling Stone!

And all we had to do to make it on the cover, was leak one of the Mowtown demos we haven't even shared with our mother...Click hear to read the story and listen to "Baby I Need Your Loving"  And not sure how long this link will work, but click here to see Gary on the cover! The Mowtown single will be released tomorrow, April 21, 2018 in obervance of Record Store Day. To top it all off, here's a rare photo of Gary on the road with Nat Stuckey…

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Our first ever Record Store Day release is a real humdinger

Anyone that knows us knows that we are huge Gary Stewart fans at Delmore HQ. We've been working on a full length compilation of unreleased Gary for longer than some of you have been alive, and eight(!) years ago we rescued the headneck classic Grandma's Roadhouse from private press obscurity.  And now, we are ecstatic to announce the release of the rarest of all of Gary's previously unreleased recordings as a 7" single for Record Store Day, 2018.  Five years before "She's Acting Single (I'm Drinking Doubles)", Gary Stewart was paid $30 to sing…

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Katie Cruel...the video!

Thanks to Carl Baron for sharing his beautiful film footage, and to Rob Yapkowitz for editing.  Click here to watch...

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Casey remembers "The Great Train Wreck" of 1973 (photos courtesy of Melva)

The plan was simple:  A cherry picker would set up at the far end of main street, where the L&N Railroad line crossed Kingston Springs' main thoroughfare. The cameraman would be hoisted by the cherry picker, rented from a Nashville tree service, thirty feet above the street.  From the other end of the street, the citizens of Kingston Springs would march behind Vince, armed with his guitar, while they all sang in unison to the chorus of God Save Kingston Springs..."Detroit is damned, Chicago's gone,…

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