Country musician Shari Rowe kicked off the musical entertainment at the Red Dirt Black Gold Festival on Saturday. A public favorite was her version of Gretchen Wilson's song "Redneck Woman."
An afternoon and evening of free music from some of the best Red Dirt Music has to offer, as well as some of its newest discoveries, will kick off at 2 p.m. Saturday in Heritage Plaza with Arizona-based Shari Rowe.
Rowe is an up-and-coming country music performer touring the country to promote her new singles. Her single “Southern Spells” was released to country radio in May following her successful release of “Take That Shot.” She has opened for Three Dog Night, Parmalee, Diamond Rio, Aaron Carter, Aaron Watson, Tracy Lawrence and Aaron Tippin.
Listeners will hear a bluegrass and country-infused sound from Rowe and her band when they take the stage Saturday during the Red Dirt Black Gold Festival in downtown Artesia.
Wynonna Judd's intimacy tour found her and The Big Noise back in Tucson. Tucson loves Wynonna and welcomes her with open arms every time she makes an appearance. There are many reasons for that adoration. She sings from the heart and she makes the fans laugh at the same time.
The evening's opening act was The Shari Rowe Band. This band does a lot of traveling worldwide. Much of their set consisted of songs from their latest album release, Southern Spells. The Phoenix natives blended bluegrass and country music with some added blues and rock for a lively 30-minute set that got the crowd in the mood for the headliners.
Shari Rowe William Clark Green Is not one for pulling punches. Where some songwriters trade in subtlety and dancing around blunt truths with clever feints and metaphor, Clark aims his words straight to the point and, when needed, right through the heart. His music is unrelentingly direct and hard-hitting, too, charged with a palpable rock 'n' roll immediacy that's as evident in his most intimate solo acoustic performances as it is in the full-tilt band shows that have packed rooms across his native Lone Star State from the Blue Light in Lubbock to the world's biggest honky- tonk, Billy Bob's Texas in Fort Worth. And with the April 21st release of Ringling Road, his eagerly awaited fourth album, Green is set to make his biggest impact on the booming Texas/Red Dirt music scene -- and beyond -- yet.
Shari Rowe’s single, Southern Spells, released on May 22 with a new feel to an old sound we have grown to love in country music. Following her bluegrass rooted “Take that Shot” single from September 2016; the sound of Southern Spells has a classic country feel that stays true to Rowe’s love of fiddle riffs and moving lyrics that speak to the southerner in us all.
Southern Spells packs a harmonic and textured sound that plays like the theme song of a cowboy hat, a cold brew, and night at the Grand Ole Opry.
Country Singer Shari Rowe proves to be a talented singer and songwriter. She is starting to become one of Nashville’s hottest new stars...
The Arizona native talked with us this week about her successful last year and what 2017 holds.
Hi Shari! Thank you so much for chatting with us! Give us a background on yourself and how you got started in music. Do you remember hearing yourself on the radio for the first time?
Westgate Entertainment District’s Fountain Park is usually filled with people on Friday and Saturday nights. They offer free, live music from 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm. On this particular Memorial Day Weekend Saturday night, the area was packed. Not only with families with their children playing in the splash pad, but country fans who came out to see our very own hometown rising star, Shari Rowe.
Rowe certainly did not disappoint. She performed with her band, which includes her husband, Kevin, for almost three hours. They did take two short breaks from performing in the Arizona heat, during which Rowe took pictures with her fans.
Her rousing performance of original and cover songs made me realize that Nashville is not the only city that raises country music stars. Granted, Rowe and her band travel to Nashville multiple times a year as it is the country music capital of the United States. As a matter of fact, Rowe is performing at CMA Fest in Nashville this coming weekend. The four-day festival is one of the country’s largest music festivals.
Shari Rowe released her newest single, “Southern Spells” to country radio May 22nd. Full of bluegrass and traditional country roots, along with plenty of fiddle. Rowe debuted her single with an interview and acoustic performance of “Southern Spells” on KGUN Channel 9‘s Tucson Morning Blend. She also performed on AZTV’s Sandy & Friends in Prescott, Arizona. Rowe will visit 95.1 KTTI, Yuma’s Hot Country in Yuma, Arizona and 92.9 KAFF Country’s in Flagstaff, Arizona.
“Southern Spells” is more outlaw country than we’ve heard from Rowe. Her western twist on this southern tale proves she has depth when it comes to songwriting.
New York, NY (Top40 Charts) Maven Recording artist, Shari Rowe is back again with the new esoteric single, "Southern Spells." The alluring tale kicks off with a live performance on KGUN Channel 9's Tucson's Morning Blend May 18 in Tucson, Arizona.
Maven Recording artist, Shari Rowe is back again with the new esoteric single, “Southern Spells.” The alluring tale kicks off with a live performance on KGUN Channel 9's Tucson’s Morning Blend May 18 in Tucson, Arizona. The single will be released to all digital formats on Monday, May 22 and will be available for fans to preorder May 12.
Without a doubt, Arizona native and rising Country starlet SHARI ROWE is headed for the big time! With her most recent performance (and bringing down the house might we add) opening for legendary LeAnn Rimes in Scottsdale, Arizona at the Scottsdale Culinary Festival, Shari has been a very busy girl preparing for a national tour of her own. Spending much of her time between Arizona, and Nashville, with a few tours in Poland and beyond, Shari is headed everywhere on the road this summer with dates including Nevada, New Mexico, Arizona and more! Playing festivals, events, and stage shows of her own, Shari Rowe is the voice of Country representing Arizona!
Welcome to the 200th episode of Conversations with Missy. I am so happy that not only have we come this far in such a short time, but getting to finally meet Shari Rowe in person was beyond exciting. I have been watching this fantastic artist do some pretty spectacular things.
One of the things that sticks out to me the most is her heart...
Last year, Shari Rowe released her song “Take That Shot” to country radio. Since then, “Take That Shot” has taken on a life of its’ own, climbing country radio charts and beginning a new social media phenomenon with the #TakeThatShot Kindness Campaign begun during the holiday season. Shari hopes this social media challenge will take on a life of it’s own, growing and encouraging others to be brave and be kind.
We talk with Shari about her upcoming schedule, get a behind the scenes look at her music, feature her latest songs, and ask her to share her message for the troops. As always we will give shout outs to our deployed military listeners. Our message to the troops: WE do what we do, because YOU do what you do.
What image do you think your music conveys and why did you choose this type of image for your music?
“In my opinion, it’s good to be a strong, positive woman of influence in my family and community. With any platform comes responsibility, and although I love to entertain, I always strive for this to be about something more.”
Country Artist Shari Rowe announces #TakeThatShot Kindness Campaign. Rowe’s single “Take That Shot” continues to climb up country music charts. Inspired by the song’s message, she turned it into a Kindness Campaign.
Rowe posted a video on her YouTube page giving details how fans can participate. Rowe encourages fans to show a random act of kindness on social media using the hashtag #TakeThatShot. Then tag 10 people challenging them to participate in the Kindness Campaign. Rowe’s goal is to spread kindness this holiday season.
Watch Shari Rowe’s #TakeThatShot Kindness Campaign Video to find out more.
Red Note Foundation Celebrity Ambassador, Shari Rowe, will be spreading holiday cheer performing for the 4th Annual Benefit Concert, Sounds of Carols, on December 5. Shari will be joined with the Volunteer Choir and Orchestra to celebrate the true reason for the season beginning at 7:00 pm at The Mesa Arts Center.