Wednesday, 12 September 2007

Flatt & Scruggs, Paul Craft among nominees for Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame

Pieter Groenveld of Strictly Country Records reports:

We are very proud to announce that Strictly Country Records artist Paul Craft is among the fifteen nominees for induction into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame. Paul is recognized here for his song 'Hank Williams, you wrote my life', performed by the late Moe Bandy.

Paul recorded his own version of this song on his Brother Jukebox CD (SCR-49) (produced by Liz Meyer) with such friends as Bekka Bramlett, Charlie Sizemore, Scott Vestal, Rob Ickes, a.o.

Other Paul Craft CDs produced by Liz Meyer on Strictly Country Records include Raised by the railroad line (SCR-52) with John Hartford’s Steam Powered Aero-Plane band, and Too bad you’re no good (SCR-62), with Del McCoury’s band.

Lester Flatt and Earl Scruggs are also nominated for induction in the Songwriter/Artist category, for their song 'Don't get above your raisin''.

For further details on Paul Craft's CDs and other SCR products, see the Strictly Country website or contact Pieter Groenveld, SCR Productions, PO Box 628, 2130 AP Hoofddorp, the Netherlands.
Tel. +31 (0)297 347 101; fax +31 (0)297 347 400; e-mail.