Special Father’s Day Preview From Ronnie Earl And Stony Plain Records

Stony Plain Records to Offer Special “Father’s Day” Advance Present to Radio and Fans with Download of Title Track from Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters’ New Album

RonnieEarlFathersDayEDMONTION, AB – Stony Plain Records plans to offer a special present to radio stations and other media by making available the title track from acclaimed guitarist Ronnie Earl & The Broadcasters’ new Father’s Day CD in advance of the Father’s Day observance on June 21. Stony Plain will make the track available by sending a link to DJs on June 15 as an exclusive early download to radio stations; and also offer everyone the song as a free download for two days only on June 20 and 21 at https://soundcloud.com/stony-plain-records/ronnie-earl-fathers-day/

Voted by The Blues Foundation as “Blues Guitarist of the Year” in 2014, guitar master Ronnie Earl and his band return with an even stronger package of music, his ninth album for the label. Added to Ronnie Earl’s spellbinding intensity and soulfulness on guitar, the presence of a horn section for the first time in decades on Father’s Day, set for release on July 17, adds another dimension to his sound. Stony Plain also plans to release the album as a vinyl LP later this year.

MichaelLedbetterThe title of the forthcoming CD has special significance to Ronnie, who found healing with his father, Jerry Akos Horvath, on Father’s Day of last year. Jerry was a Holocaust survivor, as was his mother Rose, and was liberated from Auschwitz in 1945. Both of Ronnie’s parents died in 2014. Ronnie made peace with his father after having had a rocky relationship, which had both its ups and downs, joys and struggles. In the song, realizing that time is short, Ronnie asks the listener to ponder the price of living with resentments in a series of questions: “Can you make peace? Can you be the generous one? Can you forgive? Can you cancel all the debt?” Ronnie’s deeply felt guitar voice and the equally heartfelt vocals, sung by Michael Ledbetter, lead the listener to a place of hope when forgiveness happens and resentments are left behind.
Click here to download a photo of Ronnie’s dad: http://bit.ly/ronnieearls-father

Ronnie Earl dedicated his new CD to his father thusly: “This album is made for my beautiful father, and we came to peace in the end. Don’t ever give up on your family and don’t quit until the miracle happens.”

For more information, visit www.ronnieearl.com and www.stonyplainrecords.com.

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