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Dennis Ledbetter’s  music and the growing popularity of his CD “If You Drive Me to Drinking (I’ll Buy the Gas)” proves traditional country is far from dead. “She Ain’t Blind and You Ain’t Braille” is Ledbetter’s latest single currently being released to radio. “She Ain’t Blind” is a humorous up tempo song that was inspired by his wife. It will make you smile and dance.

"If You Drive Me to Drinking (I'll Buy the Gas)," from his debut CD of the same name, climbed to the #1 spot on the New Music Weekly Main Country Chart in January. The second single from the CD, “Bayou Self,” reached #1 on the New Music Weekly Country Internet Main Chart and the Country Internet Top 30 Indie Chart on May 30, 2014.The third single from the CD, “Three Acres of Fillies at Billy’s,” reached #1 on the New Music Weekly Country Internet Main Chart and the Country Internet Top 30 Indie Chart on Sept. 12, 2014. “What Am I Gonna Do” claimed the #1 spot and stayed for 4 weeks. It was at #1 on the New Music Weekly Country Internet Main Chart, #1 the Country Internet Top 30 Indie Chart and peaked at #16 on Country Main Chart.

The Academy Of Western Artists has nominated Ledbetter for Pure Country 2014 Male Artist, and nominated two songs for Pure Country 2014 Song, "What Am I Gonna Do" and "She Ain't Blind and You Ain't Braille". Dennis has also been nominated for the 2015 Best New Country Artist of the Year award by the New Music Weekly magazine. The Independent Music Network honored Ledbetter with the 2013 Country Discovery Artist award. Ledbetter was awarded the 2014 Best New Country Artist of the Year title by the New Music Weekly magazine. He was also nominated by the Academy of Western Artists in 2013 in several categories: Pure Country Male Artist, Pure Country Album, and Pure Country Song for “Three Acres.”

Ledbetter recorded his 12-song CD (all written or co-written by Ledbetter) at Nashville’s Tombstone Recording with some of the finest musicians available. It was produced by Ledbetter and Tim Calhoun (Mallory Records/Nashville). Tom Harding and Travis Bingham engineered the project. The session included Nashville’s “A-Team:” Mark Prentice on bass, Gary Morse on steel guitar and dobro, Eddie Bayers on drums, JT Corenflos on lead guitar, Michael Spriggs on rhythm guitar, Michael Rojas on keyboard, Glen Duncan on fiddle. Russell Terrell, Ron Wallace, and Michelle Prentice did backup vocals.

A Louisiana native and lifelong country music fan, Ledbetter cultivated a desire to write and sing original songs while performing for years in dives, lounges, and honky-tonks. He draws inspiration from legends like George Jones, Conway Twitty, Merle Haggard, and Hank Williams, Jr.

Ledbetter continues his quest to make a mark in the country music industry, playing venues with a new group he put together called The WTF (Wickedly Talented Friends) Band.

Produced by Tim Calhoun & Dennis Ledbetter
Recorded at Tombstone Recording/Nashville
Engineered By Tom Harding & Travis Bingham
Label: Mallory Records
Available in all digital formats. CD Baby, Amazon, &
ITunes





Chris Bellamy