RUSTIE BLUE IN COUNTRY WEEKLY
Rustie Blue is once again gracing the pages of Country Weekly! Country Weekly’s August 1 issue mentions in the Scene and Heard section that Rustie & Bill Anderson won the ECMA “Vocal Collaboration Of The Year” for “Chip Chip”, their hit duet. The issue has George Strait on the cover, and is on news-stands now.
Country Weekly isn’t the only publication catching on. Music City News has Rustie as the Artist of Interest for their August/September issue. Fans can listen to song clips and read more about Rustie in the feature!
Rustie Blue’s “The Devil May Care,” is currently at #4 on the Indie World Country Chart. This sassy, traditional country song is a catchy tune about a relationship gone bad. “The Devil May Care” can be found on CDX #365 track 15, Mark Trail Music compilation #10 track 9, and on the April CHi Hotdisc.
Rustie Blue’s new single off of her Chip Chip cd is titled “Tomorrow Tonight”. The song was written by Deborah Allen and Bill Anderson (who is also Rustie’s duet partner on “Chip Chip”). This mid-tempo ballad is about a couple getting together for the very first time and not worrying about anything else but that moment. “Tomorrow Tonight” can be found on Chi HotDisc #79 and Mark Trail on M-T-M #12.
Rustie Blue is nominated for the 2005 Music Box Country Rising Artist and Outgoing Artist Awards! She is currently at #8. Winners will be announced in November or December in a theatre in Paris, France, and will be chosen by votes from fans (80%) and the industry (20%). Fans can vote at www.musicboxtv.com under Le Top Twenty, and clicking on the picture of the trophy.
MP3s of Tomorrow Tonight, a copy of the Chip Chip album, interviews, & photos available by request. Rustie also has a sound byte recorded about the story behind “Tomorrow Tonight” and how the song ended up in her hands.
Tomorow Tonight clip
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