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‘Black Sheep’ by Blackie and http://www.tawana.com.au/index.php/viagra-overnigh/ the Rodeo Kings feat. Serena Ryder

August 3rd, 2011

Blackie and the Rodeo Kings appeared with Serena Ryder on CBC Radio 2’s Drive. Check it out.

Tom Wilson joins cast of Please Kill Mr. Know It All

July 13th, 2011

From The Hollywood Reporter:

TORONTO – Canadian comic Colin Mochrie (Whose Line Is It Anyway?) and Blackie & the Rodeo Kings band member Tom Wilson have jumped on board the Canadian romantic comedy Please Kill Mr. Know It All.

Mochrie is to play a TV talk show host in the indie feature about a know-it-all advice columnist who meets a love interest-turned-killer.

The feature from co-directors Colin Carter and Sarah Feldman, and produced by Road Child Films, will also see singer/songwriter Wilson play a celebrity whose life is dramatically changed by advice from newspaper columnist Mr. Know It All.

The cast for Please Kill Mr. Know It All also includes Lara Jean Chorostecki, Jefferson Brown, Kristina Pesic and Cliff Saunders.

The Canadian feature is due for a 2012 release.

Top of the Charts!

July 13th, 2011

Kings & Queens is now #1 on the National Folk/Roots/Blues chart! Check it out at !earshot.

Today’s the day!

June 14th, 2011

“Kings & Queens” is now available in stores! Check out CBC Radio 2’s coverage including a live performance of “Black Sheep” with Serena Ryder.

Then pick up the album at iTunes, at Amazon, at File Under: Music or right here in our very own store.

Get your Kings & Queens poster right here

June 13th, 2011

Blackie & The Rodeo Kings posterAdd some style to your wall! Download a free PDF of the Blackie & The Rodeo Kings poster for “Kings & Queens”, to be released June 14.

Huffington Post chats with Blackie & The Rodeo Kings

June 11th, 2011

“Everything that is great about you is already there, so play from the http://www.sccnps.org/purchase-of-viagra-or-cialis-etc heart. Knowing the business is okay and means something, but the music has got to come first or it means nothing. And the longer you hang in, the better you will get and the more of a chance you will have to fulfill your dreams.”

Read the full interview at Huffington Post.

Pam Tillis talks about the Kings

June 10th, 2011

“I love their sound, and this was a great opportunity to do something a little bit different for me. I love those guys; I just think they’re the bomb.”

Read the full article at the Chronicle Herald.

Pre-order your LIMITED EDITION AUTOGRAPHED copy of Kings and Queens now!

May 15th, 2011

Blackie and the Rodeo Kings—Colin Linden, Stephen Fearing and Tom Wilson—will celebrate the only best offers viagra canada pharmacy June 14 release of their long-awaited collaborative album, Kings And Queens, with a performance at The Living Room (154 Ludlow Street) in New York City. Three years in the making for the acclaimed Canadian supergroup, Kings & Queens (File Under: Music/Dramatico/Universal) pairs the band with legendary and wellsfound.org iconic female artists including Rosanne Cash, Exene Cervenka, Holy Cole, Emmylou Harris, Amy Helm, Janiva Magness, Mary Margaret O’Hara, Sam Phillips, Serena Ryder, Pam Tillis, Sara Watkins, Lucinda Williams, Cassandra Wilson and Patti Scialfa.

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BLACKIE AND THE RODEO KINGS TO CELEBRATE THE RELEASE OF KINGS AND QUEENS JUNE 14 AT THE LIVING ROOM IN NEW YORK CITY

May 11th, 2011

Blackie and the Rodeo Kings—Colin Linden, Stephen Fearing and Tom Wilson—will celebrate the June 14 release of their long-awaited collaborative album, Kings And Queens, with a performance at The Living Room (154 Ludlow Street) in New York City. Three years in the making for the acclaimed Canadian supergroup, Kings & Queens (File Under: Music/Dramatico/Universal) pairs the band with legendary and iconic female artists including Rosanne Cash, Exene Cervenka, Holy Cole, Emmylou Harris, Amy Helm, Janiva Magness, Mary Margaret O’Hara, Sam Phillips, Serena Ryder, Pam Tillis, Sara Watkins, Lucinda Williams, Cassandra Wilson and Patti Scialfa.

The concept for Kings And Queens was a random idea that came out of a late-night conversation in a van about “various artists we’ve all had the privilege of working with,” says Colin Linden. “We began with a page torn out of a notebook and a lot of ‘hey, what about’ and ‘wouldn’t it be great to work with’ interjections.” Some three years later, they transformed that wish list into Kings And Queens.

Produced by Grammy-and Juno-winning producer Colin Linden (Bruce Cockburn, Tom Wilson, Colin James), the album was recorded in various cities from Nashville, Toronto and New York to New Orleans, Los Angeles and Woodstock. “No destination was too far for love,” says Stephen Fearing. “Colin flew around North America with hard drives and files on his computer, and when we had an artist agree to be involved like Lucinda Williams, he flew to L.A. and recorded in the studio in L.A. with her.”

Formed as a one-off side project for a tribute album to the late Willie P. Bennett, whose 1978 album Blackie and the Rodeo King is their namesake, the band has organically evolved into a roots-oriented band in North America. After the release of the critically acclaimed High or Hurtin, The Songs of Willie P. Bennett (1996), singer/songwriters Tom Wilson, Colin Linden, and Stephen Fearing became a full-fledged band releasing nine album to dates. The folk-rock/blues trio has garnered a Juno Award for Best Roots & Traditional Album for Kings of Love (1999) and Juno nominations for BARK (2003) and Let s Frolic (2007). Swinging From The Chains Of Love (2009) featured a collection of tracks from the Blackie catalogue.

B&RK in Exclaim.ca

April 9th, 2011

“The group’s next LP looks to be even more high-profile than usual, as it features a star-studded list of collaborators, including Rosanne Cash, Emmylou Harris and Lucinda Williams.”

Read the full article here.