Elvis Costello Secret, Profane and Sugarcane Contest

Ranch Twang has a CD of the new roots/Americana release by Elvis Costello Secret, Profane and Sugarcane (Twang Nation Review here)to give to one lucky poster.

Secret, Profane and Sugarcane (Hear Music) was produced by T. Bone Burnett and features Grammy winning singer/songwriter Jim Lauderdale on backing vocal and guitar. The record highlights Costello’s love and respect for for the music and artists of the South and Southwest and his skill in crossing genres.

Entering the contest is easy. Post a message below naming a performer you believe has also successfully crossed from their home genre into the roots/Americana side of the tracks.

Remember when you comment to use a valid email address becuase it will be the one we use to contact you if you have won. Your info is safe with us and won’t be used for anything but this contest.

Eligible comments must be posted by 11:59 pm EST on Friday, June 26th. The winner will be randomly chosen and announced after the contest has ended.

6 Replies to “Elvis Costello Secret, Profane and Sugarcane Contest”

  1. Steve Martin.
    Many, years ago I went to see the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band in Aspen. The opening act was a then unknown comedian that turned out to be Steve Martin. Have never laughed so hard in my life. He is a true Renaissance man. Stand up comedian, actor, artist, author and now a bluegrass musician.

  2. I resign myself from the drawing, but wanted to echo Greg. I was thinking similarly. From X to the Knitters seems like a big leap, but the closer I listen the smaller the leap actually is.

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  4. You gotta love CD giveaways! Kinda breaking away from the crossover artist to a crossover record instead. I never listened to The Supersuckers, but someone turned me on to their record “Must’ve Been High” and I have always loved it. Anyone out there who has never heard it, it really is worth your time. Check it out!

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