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Hello Mr. Heartache

by Jerry Hanlon

The JERRY HANLON Yodeling rendition of "Casting My Lasso Toward The Sky" is one of the highlights of this collection of 15 traditional country songs that are mostly newly written and published songs reflecting the artists real traditional country style.
Genre: Country: Traditional Country
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1. Hello, Mr. Heartache
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2:54 album only
2. You're Right Here
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3:38 album only
3. My Old Flat Top Guitar
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2:57 album only
4. Minimize The Hurt
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3:56 album only
5. On Page Three
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3:03 album only
6. Too Late To Put The Bottle Down
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2:35 album only
7. You Leave A Shine
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2:37 album only
8. Who's Hurting Who
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3:25 album only
9. Climbin' The Ladder
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3:33 album only
10. The Quiet Man Of Cong
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3:00 album only
11. Gone With The Wind
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3:49 album only
12. I'm Casting My Lasso Toward The Sky
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2:45 album only
13. Gettin' Through
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3:44 album only
14. Carribean
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2:46 album only
15. From Heaven With Love
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3:03 album only


Album Notes
The Yodeling expertise of JERRY HANLON is presented in this album, particularly with the Old Jimmy Wakely yodeling song "I'm Casting My Lasso Toward The Sky". Known by a great number of his fans as a yodeler, Jerry has only recorded a few Yodeling tunes - usually reserving them for life personal appearances. Also included in this collection is a song entitled "Carribean" which has a bit of a yodel at the very end - and - according to Jerry, is the first song he ever sang on stage. Other standout tracks are - the title track "Hello, Mr. Heartache" - "You're Right Here" and another new song entitled "My Old Flat Top Guitar" which will set your feet tapping - as well as the Gospel Track at the end of the CD "From Heaven With Love". Another great production by one of the best traditional country artists in the business. Be sure to give it a listen and take one home for your collection.


Irish American Country Music Entertainer, JERRY HANLON, was the last of a long line of protégé’s of CARRIE RODGERS, the widow of his inspiration, JIMMIE RODGERS, also known as the legendary - "Father Of Country Music". Early in his country music career, JERRY had written a Jimmie Rodgers tribute song, which caught the attention of Mrs. Rodgers. He later met personally with her and they became close friends. She offered a lot of help and encouragement in his career and used her influence to get him acquainted with another country star he admired, ERNEST TUBB who had JERRY as a guest performer on his legendary radio show - MIDNIGHT JAMBOREE · broadcast over the great WSM Radio, Nashville. He later featured JERRY as a special guest on a recorded rendition of that show - along with his Texas Troubadours and other special guests. On that album, JERRY performed the Harlan Howard song, "BOY WITH A FUTURE", a song that is still recognized by country DJ's and country fans around the world.

Jerry became deeply involved in country music while serving in the U.S.Air Force, writing songs and participated in the Air Force "Tops In Blue" entertainment show. It was during his stint in the Air Force that he received special commendation awards by the American Red Cross and the United States Air Force for his involvement in entertaining patients in military hospitals. Through this activity Jerry was recognized as instrumental in the recovery of a psychiatric patient because of his musical intervention, an incident remembered by Jerry as his primary inspiration to pursue a career in country music. Since that time, his greatest musical rewards have been found when performing for the handicapped- and others who are less fortunate.

Following the introductory song, "BOY WITH A FUTURE", the name of JERRY HANLON became better known in the U.S. and in other parts of the world. There were guest appearances on the famed "GRAND OLE OPRY in Nashville and road tours with his friend ERNEST TUBB. He later formed his own band known as "THE MIDWEST PLAYBOYS" and in the following years performed throughout his native Midwest United States, and frequently appeared on national tour with The Ernest Tubb Show out of Nashville.

Over the past decade and after over 15 promotional tours, Jerry has gained popularity in Ireland and across Europe and European Radio with his brand of American Country Music and has likewise performed consistently on the American side with a full repertoire of Irish traditional and Irish Country Music, appearing as a solo performer in Irish venues across the country, including the Chicago Irish Festival, the Cleveland, Ohio Irish Festival and various other Irish Festivals in the United States.

JERRY has won his way into the hearts of country music fans. During the National Convention of the Country Music Associations of America held in Las Vegas, Nevada, during October of 1994, Jerry was presented with the coveted "Golden Eagle Award - Album Of The Year" for his recording · "My Kind Of Country".

Recognized as a true humanitarian, JERRY has spent great amounts of time entertaining the handicapped and underprivileged. He holds the title of Honorary President of the Gateway Center For The Handicapped in Banbridge, Northern Ireland and has received special performance awards from D.A.R.E. (Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Organization) in America. Recent Irish tours have taken him inside prison walls to visit with fans after his recording "I’m Not The Boy I Used To Be" was aired on Irish radio stations.


Grand Ole Opry - NashvilleTennessee (guest artist)
Ernest Tubb Midnight Jamboree Radio Show - Nashville, Tennessee
15 European Tours - Ireland/N. Ireland and Scandinavia
Ralph Emery Morning TV Show - Nashville, Tennessee
General Jackson Showboat - Nashville, Tennessee
Johnny High Country Music Revue · Fort Worth, Texas
Jerry Hanlon's Midwest Playboys Showband (U.S.)
Ullerup Market Festival - Copenhagen, Denmark
North Counties Country Music Festival - Portrush, N. lreland. (1989)
International Country Music Festival - Newcastle, N. lreland . (1990)
Country Rock Cafe - Copenhagen, Denmark
Chicago Irish Festival - Chicago, Illinois
Appalachian Jubilee - Orrstown, Pennsylvania
Ohio Irish Festival - Cleveland, Ohio
Riverfront Centre Irish Festival - Cuyohoga Falls, Ohio
Almost Ireland Festival - Pottsville, Pennsylvania


Golden Eagle Award - Country Music Assns. Of America -Album Of Year (1994)
Country Music Associations of America (CMAA)
Country Music Association - Nashville, Tennessee (CMA)- 40 year member
American Federation Of Musicians - Local 26 - Peoria, Illinois
British Country Music Association - London, England
European Country Music Association · Spain
Danish Country Music Organization - Denmark
Danish Country DJ Association - Denmark
Nordic Country Music Organization - Sweden
Reunion Of Professional Entertainers (ROPE) Nashville, Tennessee
Veteran - United States AIR FORCE
Loyal Order Of Moose - U.S.A. - Member
American Legion - U.S.A. - Member
United States Air Force · Outstanding Airman Award
American Red Cross - Special Performance Award
D.A.R.E. of the United States · Special Performance Award
Pensioners Organization - N. Ireland - Performance Award
Doreen Downing Memorial - N. Ireland - Performance Award


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Gordon Veniard

Hello Mr Heartache
Some fine songs sung with style and simplicity - made a car journey pass quickly. As for the yodelling on "Casting My Lassoo..." probably needed the Fire Department to cool him down afterwards!


A great cd for my collection