Monday, September 26, 2011

Monday Musings: Bucky Covington concert update, WGLR interview podcast, Expo photos and more...

Bucky Covington (with Ducky Medlock and Luc Nyhus) performed "Silly Girl" at the National Man Expo in Aberdeen, MD on Sunday--huge thanks to for posting this terrific video at YouTube.

Bucky Covington had a busy weekend--he enjoyed some live music and the company of good friends (jncluding the awesome Elliott Yamin) in Nashville on Friday, he sang at the National Man Expo on Sunday, and he shared the fun--and a few photos--on his official Twitter, as well as posting Expo photos by Ken Rochon on his official Facebook. Follow him, y'all!

Thanks to the talented Moya for this luminous concert photo from Bucky Covington's performance in Alpena, MI.

Our good friend Fran at Buckytown USA has most of the morning's news covered--including the Facebook link above, and a fine video of "Silly Girl" taken at on Sunday by . We couldn't resist posting it, too...consider it an encore, maybe? The song will be part of Bucky's second album, I'm Alright, which is rumored to be on its way to us early next year on eOne. We're hoping for an official label announcement very soon.

If you'd like to hear lots of songs from that new album live, you'll have plenty of chances in October; Bucky and his band start the month off with a show at the Breathitt Heritage Fair in Jackson, KY on October 1st, an October 8th stop at the Snorty Horse Saloon in Columbia, MO (this one's not on Bucky's official concert list at post time, so call ahead before driving long distance), a show at the State Theater in Starkville, MS on October 21st (tickets available online now at TicketBiscuit) and a free show at the Bluffs and Bayou Music Festival at the Vidalia Conference and Convention Center in Vidalia, LA on October 22nd.

Finally, a little ear candy for those who might have missed Bucky's interview on WGLR a while back; his conversation with Rob Spangler has just been added to the station's Bonus Audio section, and it's a keeper. Enjoy, and we'll see you soon!

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