artist Curt Shoemaker has been recording tracks for his follow-up to
last year’s “The Shoe”. Enlisting the same crew of Dennis Borycki,
Terry Scarberry, Steve Short, Les Gilliam and David Short, Curt is sure
to continue making waves in the steel guitar world. Release date in
Curt is currently touring in support of the “The Shoe” and can be seen at most steel guitar shows throughout the U.S.
LUNACY RECORDS IS HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE SELECTED LUNACY ARTISTS ARE NOW AVAILABLE ON ITUNES
Steeluitarist, Curt Shoemaker tracked his Lunacy Records debut at Studio Seven in January. With the help of Terry Scarberry, guitar, Steve Short, drums, and Dennis Borycki, keyboards, Curt has fashioned a well rounded release. The CD also features Nelson Bundrick on bagpipes on one cut. Bagpipes and steel – you don’t hear that one too often!!!
The newest addition to the group, Curt Shoemaker, of Ionia, Kansas is clearly
one of the greatest steel guitar players in the entire Midwest. During several years
of living in Nashville, TN and Branson, MO he worked with such artists as Dottie West,
Box Car Willie, Buck Trent, Albert E. Brumley & many, many others. His love of
Traditional Country Music makes him an icon to todayï¿½s top pedal steel players.
He is a featured entertainer at many Steel Guitar Conventions across the United States
and works many other festivals when his busy schedule allows.
Carter Steel Guitars Presents
Photo Highlights of the
After Miles of Memories, it was onward to famed steel guitar player Curt Shoemaker's
|Thanks for all who came out to the "Rocky Mountain Steel Guitar Show"|
#10 at the Grizzly Rose, 5450 N. Valley Hwy, Denver, CO, 80216,
on Sunday, May 21. We thank the many musicians and sidemen
(supporting players),as well as vocalists, who came out to play.
The main players at Jam #10 included: George Sypert, Leroy Riggs, Jerry Maranville
and the CT Band, Daniel Jones, Jim Rogers (vocalist), Bob Case, Chuck Lettes,
Scotty (DeWitt Scott), Curt Shoemaker, Snaz Wall, Del Mullen, and Kent Davis.
We were proud toshowcase such a great selection of (mostly local) talent.Let's not forget
Lois Lane, who sang several songs throughout. Drummer Denny Maw and bassist
Gary Meis turned in great efforts as well. Thanks also to the many other sidemen, vocalists,
and supporting talent that we may not have mentioned here. Our turnout keepsgetting
bigger year after year and we thank you for coming out to support the music of steel guitar!
Don't forget,this annual showis sponsored by the "Rocky Mountain Steel Guitar Club"
and "Dick Meis School of Steel Guitar".