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TAKING THE COUNTRY BACK

15-Jun-2011

COUNTRY MUSIC BAND CIMMARON GAINS POPULARITY, PROMOTES PATRIOTISM WITH NEW SINGLE,

 "TAKING THE COUNTRY BACK".


Nashville, TN (May 23, 2011) There seems to be absolutely no pause for the band as they continue to barrel down the country music path and we’re talking REAL COUNTRY! Cimmaron's prior CMT and TNN video releases on Alpine Records such as “Can't You Just Stay Gone”, “Stone Country”, and “Black Top Road,” has established them in the traditional country music sound arena. Well accepted by the American public and proven by numerous hits on YouTube- this current video will go long and far. Patriotic though it maybe, it is what this country needs, political it is not. As so many Americans- Cimmaron is just a small part of the message delivered to America and to its folks who support it. “Takin' The Country Back” was featured on a Glenn Beck associated web site called “The Daily Beck” and ran for several weeks with numerous positive responses.

Cimmaron's message of patriotism speaks to the masses of blue collar America
without a political bias with . “This is not a left nor a right sided message or opinion, it is just a good old American message stating our country's current situation,” states Cimmaron member and songwriter Curtis Wright. Wright's repertoire includes hits like “Next to You, Next to Me” (Shenandoah), “A Woman in Love” (Ronnie Milsap), “What's it to You” (Clay Walker), “Too Much Fun” (Daryle Singletary), “Rock My Baby” (Shenandoah), “She's Got a Man on Her Mind” (Conway Twitty) among others.

With more than 30 years in the business, the band's three prior albums, 1984's Losin' Streak, 1993's Cimmaron, and 2000's 4U via Bent Tree Records have all been critically applauded. The centerpieces of the band's fourth collection are seven extraordinary recordings. “Another Side of Love” is a stately, majestically melodic outing that is aching, yet hopeful, with gorgeous steel guitar and keyboard passages and a pristinely sung tenor chorus, which was co-written by Curtis Wright and Deborah Allen. Deborah who is well known for her charted 14 Billboard Hot Country Songs including “Baby I Lied” performed a cameo appearance in the video “Easy Street” which, coincides with “Takin' The Country Back” for its workingman theme.

One could say that country music listeners need to “get back to the roots” and has just about done it all throughout their permanence in the entertainment business. is an American workers’ band dedicated to its listeners. Cimmaron prides itself as a band for our everyday workingmen and women and, it shows in their song writing, staying power and notability today- and the days to come.

When it comes to country music, “Cimmaron has got it covered. If experience is the best teacher, this band has already graduated magna cum laude,” says Robert K. Oermann, respected music critic, author and historian for MusicRow magazine.
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