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CD: KEITH HIATT Songs That Never Grow Old


Songs That Never Grow Old


Wabash Cannonball – Nobody’s Darling But
Mine – Silver Haired Daddy of Mine – Never Grow Old – Two Different
Worlds – All The World Is Lonely Now – Born To Lose – We Shall Sleep But
Not Forever – You Are My Sunshine – My Tears Don’t Show – Sweeter than
The Flowers – Take My Hand – While I’m Away – Blue Eyed Darling – Be
honest With me – Sweet Home
One look at the list of songs Keith Hiatt from Eden, North
Carolina, and you can see why this young man is going into America’s Old
Time Country Music Hall of Fame in LeMars, Iowa, this year (Aug
25-31).  Touched by the simple beauty of America’s older rural songs,
Keith takes the listener on a trip back in time that recaptures all of
the beauty, and certainly the simplicity that is the ultimate of
sophistication.  A clear distinctive voice that immediately takes the
listener back to another time when country music really was country. 
Nominated for the Hall of Fame induction by Pennsylvania’s best promoter
of traditional country music, Howard Vokes, Keith Hiatt wears the
mantle of many of our forebears that made country music so popular. 
Carrying the torch for the simple beauty of this old way of singing
stories is a remarkable achievement, and Keith Hiatt does it immensely
well.  Aided and abetted by the likes of Everette Harris on guitar; Kirk
Sutphin on fiddle; Leigh Letchum on fiddle; Scott Manring on Dobro;
Brad Talley on Dobro; and Doug Rorrer on  bass, Keith takes us to a
place where we never grow old, and his voice is so poignant and sincere
when he sings this beautiful old song.  We’ll all be looking forward to
this young man’s visit to our LeMars Festival, and it’s certainly easy
to see why Mr. Vokes wants him in America’s Old Time Country Music Hall
of Fame.  When Keith is not singing old style country or playing it on
the fiddle, you can usually find him out painting a house somewhere. 
Carrying on the tradition of Roy Acuff, Ernest Tubb, and so many of the
other first generation country music recording artists, Keith Hiatt
carry’s the burden well, and I’m sure if Roy Acuff or Ernest Tubb could
hear this young man singing, they too would be nodding in agreement. 
The induction ceremony and main stage performance by Keith will be on
August 27th.  Keith Hiatt, 601 Barnes St., Reidsville, NC 27320
Review by Bob Everhart, Pres., NTCMA www.ntcma.net
for Country Music News International

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