Management


Lytle Management Group
P.O. Box 128228
Nashville, TN 37212
Contact Sarah Brosmer
Telephone 615-770-2688

Bookings



Battle Artist Agency
8887 Horton Highway,
College Grove, TN
Contact Rob Battle
office: 615-368-7433
mobile: 615-957-3444

Adkins Publicity

Exclusive PR / Publicity Representation of Gene Watson / Contact Scott Adkins at Adkins Publicity in Nashville

For exclusive PR / publicity representation of Gene Watson, contact Scott Adkins at Adkins Publicity in Nashville.



Gene Watson's Peers within the country music industry believe in the sheer talent of this unassuming man from east Texas, so much so that Gene is regarded by many of them as 'the singer's singer' - and rightly so!

All of Gene Watson's Peers, who were contacted by The Gene Watson Fan Site, during 2007, were most gracious with their time and words.

It is here, within this special part of The Gene Watson Fan Site, that you have an opportunity to read a quote from Miss Leslie Anne Sloan, which she submitted to this site on Tuesday 5 June 2007.

Sean Brady would like to take this opportunity to say 'thank you' to Miss Leslie Anne Sloan who has made a special contribution to a unique part of this online 'celebration of a Lone Star Hero'.



Miss Leslie Anne Sloan
This quote was submitted on Tuesday 5 June 2007.

'Gene Watson is one of the smoothest, soulful country singers of all time.

He has the ability to convey the spirit of country music in a way that few artists have been able to do.

I'm a huge fan and always will be'.

Thank you, Miss Leslie Anne Sloan, for your support of Gene Watson.

About Miss Leslie Anne Sloan...



Miss Leslie Anne Sloan & Her Juke-Jointers play honky tonk country music with a 1950s / 1960s-style flair.  Their form of music has been described as 'country music with a hardwood floor sound'.

Miss Leslie Anne Sloan & Her Juke-Jointers combine original material along with obscure country tunes which they have unearthed from the 1950s and the 1960s.

Miss Leslie Anne Sloan possesses a gutsy vocal style which has been compared to the likes of Patsy Cline (Thursday 8 September 1932 - Tuesday 5 March 1963), Leona Williams and Connie Smith.

The Juke-Jointers include Ricky Davis (who has played with Gary P Nunn, Dale Watson, Tommy Alverson, The Derailers, Ray Benson & Asleep at The Wheel) and Ric Ramirez (who has played with Two Tons of Steel and Wayne Hancock).

Miss Leslie Anne Sloan & Her Juke-Jointers were nominated for Houston Press Music Awards in 2004, 2005 and 2006.  They were also nominated for 'Best Original Band' in the Houston Chronicles Ultimate Houston Awards in 2005.



In 2005, Miss Leslie Anne Sloan & Her Juke-Jointers saw the release of 'Honky Tonk Revival' (Zero Label Records, 2005), which included the following tracks:

'I'll Be Gone Tonight'
'I Threw Your Pictures Away'
'Honky Tonk No More'
'Stranger in Your Mind'
'Walking Slow (and thinking 'bout him)'
'Bobo's Boogie'
'Turn Around'
'Talk to Me Lonesome Heart'
'I'll Sure Come a Long Way Down'
'(I've Got My) Future on Ice'
'Heavy on the Lonesome'
'Midnight Angel'
'Honky Tonk Gal'

Personnel involved in the recording of Miss Leslie Anne Sloan & Her Juke-Jointers' 'Honky Tonk Revival' (Zero Label Records, 2005), included the following:

Miss Leslie Lindley (fiddles, lead and harmony vocals)
Randy Lindley (guitars, harmony vocals)
Damian O'Grady (piano, harmony vocals)
Bill Howard (pedal steel guitar)
Joe Busa (snare drum)
Ricky Davis (pedal and non-pedal steel guitar)
Kevin Smith (upright bass)
Hilary Sloan (harmony vocals)



In 2006, Miss Leslie Anne Sloan & Her Juke-Jointers saw the release of 'Honky Tonk Happy Hour - Live from The Continental Club' (Zero Label Records, 2006), which included the following tracks:

Intro by Leslie T Travis
'Yes Ma'am (he found me in a honky tonk)'
'Everything Ain't Right'
'You're Still on My Mind'
'Bubbles in My Beer'
'I'm Barely Hangin' on to Me'
'The Arms of a Fool'
'I Want to Hear it from You'
'Bobo's Boogie'
'I'll be Gone Tonight'
'Things Have Gone to Pieces'
'Blistered'
'Cry, Cry, Cry'
'Ship of Love'
'Touch My Heart'
'Place in My Heart'
'Empty Barstool'
'Little Ole Wine Drinker Me'
'A-11 / Little Darlin Outtro'

Personnel involved in the recording of Miss Leslie Anne Sloan & Her Juke-Jointers's 'Honky Tonk Happy Hour - Live from The Continental Club' (Zero Label Records, 2006) included the following:

Leslie Lindley (fiddles, lead vocals)
Randy Lindley (guitars, harmony vocals)
Damian O'Grady (piano, lead & harmony vocals)
Ricky Davis (pedal steel guitar)
Country Jim Sloan (acoustic guitar, lead vocal)
Sean Reefer (drums)
Ben Collis (electric bass)



On Tuesday 15 July 2008, Miss Leslie Anne Sloan & Her Juke-Jointers saw the release of 'Between The Whiskey & The Wine' (Zero Label Records, 2008), which included the following tracks, all of which were written by Miss Leslie:

'I'm Done with Leaving'
'Between the Whiskey & the Wine'
'I Can Still Feel'
'Hold Back the Tears'
'I Can Get Over You'
'To Get Through This Day'
'I'll Stand in Line'
'In the Matter of Me & You'
'You Left Me a Long Time Ago'
'Pretty Girl'
'I'll Walk Out'
'Honky Tonk Hangover'
'Love Will Find You'

Personnel involved in the recording of Miss Leslie Anne Sloan & Her Juke-Jointers' 'Between The Whiskey & The Wine' (Zero Label Records, 2008) included the following:

'Miss Leslie' Anne Sloan (vocals, fiddle)
Ricky Davis (pedal steel guitar)
Dave Biller (acoustic & electric guitars)
Ric Ramirez (upright bass)
Timmy Campbell (drums)



On Tuesday 20 April 2010, Miss Leslie Anne Sloan & Her Juke-Jointers saw the release of 'Wrong is What I Do Best' (Zero Label Records, 2010), which included the following tracks:

'I Need Me (a whole lot more than I need you)' (written by Miss Leslie Anne Sloan)
'Turn Around' (written by Miss Leslie Anne Sloan)
'Drunk Dialer' (written by Miss Leslie Anne Sloan)
'Let's Start Over' (written by Miss Leslie Anne Sloan) / this track was a duet with Jason Allen
'I Can't Live with You, But I Can't Love without You' (written by Miss Leslie Anne Sloan)
'Wrong is What I Do Best' (written by Miss Leslie Anne Sloan)
'Anyone' (written by Miss Leslie Anne Sloan)
'All You Do is Make Me Cry' (written by Miss Leslie Anne Sloan)
'Every Tuesday Night' (written by Miss Leslie Anne Sloan)
'Lie, Lie, Lie' (written by Miss Leslie Anne Sloan)
'There's Two People Here Not Talkin' (written by Miss Leslie Anne Sloan)
'Some Things They Can't Take Away' (written by Hilary Sloan)
'She Gave Up on Herself' (written by Miss Leslie Anne Sloan)
'The Last Time I Drank' (written by Miss Leslie Anne Sloan)

Personnel involved in the recording of Miss Leslie Anne Sloan & Her Juke-Jointers' 'Wrong is What I Do Best' (Zero Label Records, 2010) included the following:

'Miss Leslie' Anne Sloan (vocals, fiddle)
Ricky Davis (pedal steel guitar)
Bill Kirchen (lead electric guitar on all tracks, except 'Turn Around')
Tommy Detamore (lead electric guitar on 'Turn Around')
Dave Biller (acoustic & electric guitars)
Ric Ramirez (upright bass)
Timmy Campbell (drums)



On Tuesday 13 August 2013, Miss Leslie Anne Sloan & Her Juke-Jointers saw the release of 'Lucky' (Zero Label Records, 2013), which included the following tracks:

'Nice Girl' (written by Davin James)
'I Don’t Go There' (written by Miss Leslie Anne Sloan)
'I Get the Bar' (written by Miss Leslie Anne Sloan)
'Angels That Promise the Stars' (written by Hillary Sloan)
'Outside the Outsiders' (written by Miss Leslie Anne Sloan)
'Honky Tonkin’ Fool' (written by Miss Leslie Anne Sloan)
'You were Drunker Than I Was' (written by Miss Leslie Anne Sloan)
'After the Storm' (written by Miss Leslie Anne Sloan)
I’ll Take What I Can Get' (written by Miss Leslie Anne Sloan)
'Fifty Years Ago Today' (written by Miss Leslie Anne Sloan)
'I Don’t Want to Know' (written by Miss Leslie Anne Sloan)
'It’s Rainin' Inside' (written by Miss Leslie Anne Sloan)
'This Old Guitar' (written by Miss Leslie Anne Sloan)

Personnel involved in the recording of Miss Leslie Anne Sloan & Her Juke-Jointers' 'Lucky' (Zero Label Records, 2013) included the following:

Leslie Anne Sloan (lead vocals, fiddle)
Wayne 'Animal' Turner (guitar)
'Cowboy' Eddie Long (steel guitar)
Floyd Domino (piano)
Brad Fordham (bass)
Tom Lewis (drums on 'Nice Girl', 'I Don’t Go There', 'Outside the Outsiders', 'I’ll Take What I Can Get', 'Fifty Years Ago Today', 'I Don’t Want to Know' and 'It’s Rainin' Inside'
Lisa Pankratz (drums on 'I Get the Bar', 'Angels That Promise the Stars', 'Honky Tonkin’ Fool', 'You were Drunker Than I Was' and 'After the Storm')
Joel Guzman (accordion on 'Angels That Promise the Stars' and 'Outside the Outsiders')
Amber Digby and Bobby Flores (harmony vocals)

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