Award-winning singer-songwriter, Dale Pyatt has released the first single, “Run Secretariat Run” to radio. The song was written by Dale Pyatt and Charlie Hall and is now available to radio stations at AirplayDirect.com. DALE PYATT, the album, is now available for digital purchase at CD Baby with the physical version releasing Tuesday, February 5, 2013.
Dale Pyatt, who is longtime supporter of the Secretariat Foundation, performed “Run Secretariat Run” during the 2011 Secretariat Festival. Due to overwhelming response from the festival attendees, this original toe-tapping tune honoring the Big Red champion is also available for purchase at Secretariat.com.
The new album, DALE PYATT features original Americana, Bluegrass and Country music by Dale Pyatt who collaborates with several acclaimed songwriters including Bill Castle, Mark “Brink” Brinkman, and Steve Thomas. Dale is joined on the album by the talents of: Jenee Fleenor, Steve Thomas, Aaron McDaris, Randy Kohrs, Tommy White, Shaun Apple, Randy Brown, Nathan Thomas, and Daniel Grindstaff.
Dale Pyatt and Steve Thomas are the writers of the song, “Life Goes On” winner of the 2012 International Bluegrass Music Association’s RECORDED EVENT OF THE YEAR award. The song appears on the LIFE GOES ON album by the Musicians Against Childhood Cancer released last year on Rural Rhythm Records. This beautiful song was also released as a music video that includes the talents of Jerry Salley, Larry Cordle, Carl Jackson, Randy Kohrs, Rickey Wasson and more. It can be viewed at youtube, DalePyatt.com and many more sites. Proceeds of the album benefit St. Jude Children’s Hospital in Memphis, TN. For more information on the Musicians Against Childhood Cancer, please visit www.bluegrassclassic.com.
Dale Pyatt and The Chicken Grease Band are now on tour and are set for a performance at the Woodsongs Music Coffeehouse hosted by Kentucky Green Art Studio, 5751 Lexington Rd (US68), on January 19 at 7 p.m. Tickets are available at the door but reservations are encouraged by calling 859-265-0445. The concert will be family friendly. Tickets are $5 for adults and $2 for children.