Dale Ann Bradley’s "Catch Tomorrow" - Chicago Tribune’s #2 Bluegrass CD of 2006
December 12, 2006
DALE ANN BRADLEY’S CATCH TOMORROW
CHICAGO TRIBUNE’S # 2 BLUEGRASS CD OF 2006
"A voice that ranks with the very best women of bluegrass..." -CHICAGO TRIBUNE"...the angel voiced Bradley is one of the finest talents in bluegrass." - USA TODAY"Catch Tomorrow is a bright, bright moment for Dale Ann Bradley." - ABOUT.COM
Dec 12, 2006 (Nashville)
Dale Ann Bradley’s brand new release, Catch Tomorrow, has been chosen by the Chicago Tribune as the # 2 Bluegrass Record for 2006. Catch Tomorrow beat out Grammy nominated Jim Van Cleve’s No Apologies and finds Bradley as the only female artist to appear in the top ten list.
Bradley is the cover story for the current December 06 issue of Bluegrass Now, is featured in the current issue of Bluegrass Music Profiles, and appeared on the Dec 4, 2006 edition of the Woodsongs Old Time Radio Hour. Bradley was honored this year with an IBMA nomination for Best Female Vocalist of the Year and Catch Tomorrow has received rave reviews from USA Today (*** 1/2 stars), the LA Daily News and the San Jose Mercury News.
Dale Ann Bradley To Appear On Woodsongs Old-Time Radio Hour
December 06, 2006
DALE ANN BRADLEY TO APPEAR ON
WOODSONGS OLD-TIME RADIO HOUR
MONDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2006 7pm EST
"...the angel voiced Bradley is one of the finest talents in bluegrass." - USA TODAY
"Catch Tomorrow is a bright, bright moment for Dale Ann Bradley." - ABOUT.COM
"..perhaps the best bluegrass album to come out this year." - STRICTLY COUNTRY
Dec 4, 2006 (Nashville) - Dale Ann Bradley will bring tracks from her new solo record, "Catch Tomorrow" to Michael Johnathon’s Woodsongs Old-Time Radio Hour this upcoming Monday, Dec 4th. The show will premiere at 7pm EST.
Bradley can be found on the cover of December issue of Bluegrass Now and is featured in the current issue of Bluegrass Music Profiles. Bradley was honored this year with an IBMA nomination for Best Female Vocalist of the Year and with The Daughters of Bluegrass project, was the recipient of the IBMA award for Best Recorded Event of 2006.
Woodsongs Old-Time Radio Hour is the brainchild of Folksinger Michael Johnathon. Each Monday night from the Kentucky Theatre, Woodsongs broadcasts a worldwide syndicated live audience broadcast of grassroots, folk, americana, blues, and bluegrass music.
Listen online: http://www.woodsongs.com/podcast.xml