Call me slow, but I only recently learned of an outdoor cooking tv show, web site, and blog called “Campfire Cafe”. If you love to camp, and love outdoor cooking, this is a must-see series for you, and you should definitely bookmark their blog and website.
When their new season premiers on September 26th, it will air on RFD-TV (Dish channel 231, Directv channel 345). They air Monday at 5:30 pm EST and Tuesday at 3:30 am EST. So, the Tuesday airing time has “record me” all over it. Set it up in your DVR and just watch it when you want plop down on that sofa in the evening.
Six Degrees of Separation – The Roys Did Their New Theme Song!
The Roys with Campfire Cafe Hosts Pamela Alford and Larry Wisehart
Anyone following “Raised Country!” knows that we have a soft spot in our hearts for The Roys, ICM award winners two years in a row. Well, The Roys have created the new theme song for Campfire Cafe!
From Their “About Us” Page
Before clicking the following link, beware that it starts playing upon arrival. So, if you’re at the office and your speakers are on, you’ve been warned that you’re gonna make some noise. :o)
Go check out Campfire Cafe’s “About Us” video. It’s one they did back when they were just launching. This page is actually not easy to find, and needs a little updating, but the clip therein might get you pretty “fired up” to learn some tricks from these folks.
They’re not a traditional “dutch oven” cooking show. They combine modern techniques with old to produce what they call “gourmet campfire cuisine”.
Nashville, TN (September 22, 2011) – One of Billboard’s most-anticipated Country albums of the fall, A SKAGGS FAMILY CHRISTMAS VOLUME TWO, will be available in stores nationwide next Tuesday, September 27. The new, 10-song CD features both studio and live recordings, and includes performances of traditional seasonal favorites and new compositions that are sure to become holiday treasures.
To celebrate the album’s release, Ricky and The Whites will appear at an in-store signing event at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum on September 27 (11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.) and later that day, they’ll sign autographs from 3:00 – 4:00 p.m. in the Skaggs Family Records’ Booth (#416) at the IBMA 2011 World of Bluegrass being held at the Nashville Convention Center. Skaggs, a 14-time Grammy® winner, will also entertain fans on Wednesday, September 28 when he and Kentucky Thunder join the Bill Monroe Tribute Show being held at Vanderbilt University’s Ingram Hall at 7 p.m.
Nominations include Entertainer and Legend/Pioneer Award
Nashville, TN (September 1, 2011) — The ICM Faith, Family & Country Awards Top 5 finalists were announced yesterday, and Ricky Skaggs secured nominations in five categories: Legend/Pioneer Award, Entertainer, Inspirational Country Song (“Someday Soon”), Musician and Inspirational Bluegrass Artist. For Skaggs, who has previously won several ICM Awards, this year’s nominations are particularly sweet. “I’m very grateful to the ICM for all the nominations,” says Skaggs. “When I started playin’ and singin’, they didn’t have award shows like they do now, so I’ve never been driven to win them. I just love the music and I love the fact that God uses music to speak to people’s hearts. That’s what I’m in it for, to be a messenger of His Love.” The 17th Annual Inspirational Country Music Awards will be held on Friday, October 28 at Nashville’s Schermerhorn Symphony Center.