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NASHVILLE, TN (April 2, 2018) -- Curb Records artist Ronnie McDowell continues to stir interest with fans and music industry notables with two magazine features this month. McDowell's latest CD, Crazy Crush, is currently highlighted in Music Row Magazine. And the singer offers a very candid interview in the current Country Music News International Magazine as well.

Famed music historian and music reviewer Robert K. Oermann congratulates Ronnie McDowell on his nearly forty-year music career with a nice review on his new album, Crazy Crush. Oermann writes in Music Row Magazine, "This (Crazy Crush) has a retro-country feel. The falsetto yodel each time he gets to the chorus word “crazy” is particularly ear catching."

And, Crazy Crush is now reaching fans overseas in Europe thanks to Country Music News International Magazine and Radio Show. Ronnie McDowell answers personal and professional questions in the current edition of the magazine, ranging from his musical influences to a very candid road story.

Ronnie McDowell shares, "I'm having fun and I still love what I do."

Ronnie McDowell continues to write and record new music. The singer is currently touring with a busy calendar, including an upcoming appearance on Ray Steven's national television show, CabaRay. McDowell is also launching his own television show this year, Painting America.

About Ronnie McDowell:  Ronnie McDowell entertains audiences worldwide with his own blend of romantic intimacy and country excitement! Ronnie McDowell charted a string of hit singles between 1979 and 1986... “Older Women”... “You’re Gonna Ruin My Bad Reputation”... “Watchin Girls Go By” ...and “In A New York Minute.” The Vietnam Veteran's admiration for Elvis led to McDowell singing 36 songs on the soundtrack “Elvis,” the Dick Clark-produced television movie that featured Kurt Russell as the performer. He also was the singing voice for the television movie “Elvis And Me”, the ABC television series about the early years of Elvis’ career titled simply “Elvis” as well as, the 1997 Showtime special “Elvis Meets Nixon.” McDowell is a true artist and his creativity has expanded to original paintings for Walt Disney along with painting of some of pop culture's biggest celebrities from Elvis to Dolly Parton to Clark Gable.


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