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Chip Chip

by Rustie Blue

Includes the smash hit in Europe, "Chip Chip," Which won "Vocal Collaboration Of The Year" by the ECMA in 2005. Featuring duet with Whisperin' Bill Anderson. Traditional Country at it's BEST..
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Chip Chip (duet With Bill Anderson)
3:34 $0.99
2. Tomorrow Tonight
4:07 $0.99
3. Cloud of Dust
3:06 $0.99
4. The Same Old Who
3:19 $0.99
5. The Devil May Care
3:12 $0.99
6. When I Remember You
3:30 $0.99
7. Before I Fall
4:00 $0.99
8. Oh Baby
3:11 $0.99
9. Two Left Feet
3:01 $0.99
10. Don't Come Cryin' to Me
3:07 $0.99
11. Do Me a Favor
3:22 $0.99
12. Honkytonkin' Diva
2:36 $0.99
13. Down to the Letter
3:33 $0.99
14. Smokey Mountain Queen (tribute Song to Dolly Parton)
3:44 $0.99
15. Satifisfied
2:31 $0.99
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
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Visit After Midnite with Blair Garner at:

Rustie Blue will be on After Midnight With Blair Garner's Pick It or Flick It! Cloud of Dust will be aired the week of November 21. After Midnight With Blair Garner is a syndicated radio show with over 250 affiliated radio stations across the U.S. and airs from 12a.m-5a.m.

Rustie Blue's current single, "Cloud of Dust", is #15 on the International Chi HotDisc Chart. Rustie describes "Cloud of Dust" as being "reminiscent of a Johnny Cash tune". The song was written by Tom Damphier and Judy Rodman, who says "Rustie is a DYNAMIC Entertainer and a singer who delivers with passion!" "Cloud of Dust" can also be found on M-T-M #13 track 4, and Chi Hotdisc #82.

With music influences like Patsy Cline and Elvis, it's obvious why Rustie Blue crosses so many barriers. No matter what Rustie sings, her true blue country vocals are very much apparent! Her energetic stage performance and charismatic personality makes Blue a refreshing experience and somebody you won't forget!

MP3s of the "Cloud of Dust", a copy of the Chip Chip album, interviews, and print quality photos available to media by request. We now have a MEDIA ONLY website where these can be downloaded from.

November 19 - Christmas Parade, Lancaster, OH, 10:00a.m.

For more information on booking Rustie Blue in Europe, contact Mission Country at 33 (0) 1 60 66 80 47 or send email to
July 18, 2005


Rustie Blue is once again gracing the pages of Country Weekly! Country Weekly's August 1 issue mentions in the Scene and Heard section that Rustie & Bill Anderson won the ECMA "Vocal Collaboration Of The Year" for "Chip Chip", their hit duet. The issue has George Strait on the cover, and is on news-stands now.

Country Weekly isn't the only publication catching on. Music City News has Rustie as the Artist of Interest for their August/September issue. Fans can listen to song clips and read more about Rustie in the feature!

Rustie Blue's "The Devil May Care," is currently at #4 on the Indie World Country Chart. This sassy, traditional country song is a catchy tune about a relationship gone bad. "The Devil May Care" can be found on CDX #365 track 15, Mark Trail Music compilation #10 track 9, and on the April CHi Hotdisc.

Rustie Blue's new single off of her Chip Chip cd is titled "Tomorrow Tonight". The song was written by Deborah Allen and Bill Anderson (who is also Rustie's duet partner on "Chip Chip"). This mid-tempo ballad is about a couple getting together for the very first time and not worrying about anything else but that moment. "Tomorrow Tonight" can be found on Chi HotDisc #79 and Mark Trail on M-T-M #12.

Rustie Blue is nominated for the 2005 Music Box Country Rising Artist and Outgoing Artist Awards! She is currently at #8. Winners will be announced in November or December in a theatre in Paris, France, and will be chosen by votes from fans (80%) and the industry (20%). Fans can vote at Le Top Twenty, and clicking on the picture of the trophy.

MP3s of Tomorrow Tonight, a copy of the Chip Chip album, interviews, & photos available by request. Rustie also has a sound byte recorded about the story behind "Tomorrow Tonight" and how the song ended up in her hands.

Wildfire Publicity

Phone: 615-825-0019; Fax: 760-437-4633

Robert Keister
Center Stage Productions
512 West Sixth Ave.
Lancaster, OH 43130
(740) 653-1916

Rustie Blue is nominated for the 2005 Music Box Country Rising Artist and Outgoing Artist Awards! Winners will be announced in November or December in a theatre in Paris, France. Winners will be chosen by votes from fans (80%) and the industry (20%). Fans can vote at under Le Top Twenty, choosing Rustie on two the drop down boxes near the top of then page above the charts, then clicking Vote.

If you have any trouble registering to vote, send Robert Keister and email at and he'll send you an email with the translation.
April 2, 2005


Rustie Blue and Bill Anderson have won the Vocal Collaboration of the Year for "Chip Chip" in the 2005 European CMA Awards Choice! "Chip Chip" the single was released to radio in early August 2004, and became the title track to Rustie's third album, released in mid-October.

Rustie Blue had this to say upon hearing about the award: I'm overwhelmed to have recorded with the Legendary "Whisperin Bill Anderson; It was such an honor! I'm so thankful to have had the song "Chip Chip" reach the #1 position on the ECMA chart in October, stay on the chart for several weeks, and still is high on the chart, to have performed with Bill Anderson on January 8th, 2005 at the "Midnite Jamboree" in Nashville, to hear Bill announce that night that he is releasing his new album, "The Way I Fee,l" and included "Chip Chip" on the album, to be nominated by the ECMA for "Vocal Collaboration Of The Year," now to win in that category! What an honor! Thanks goes 1st to my fans, you are the reason I do what I do, to the ECMA and the DJ's that played "Chip Chip", thanks to Bill for giving me the privilege of recording "Chip Chip" with him and for all of his support, thanks to my entire music team, you are the bridge between my fans and me! I'm definitely on a high!

Rustie Blue recently released "The Devil May Care," the second single off of her Chip Chip album. This upbeat, traditional country song is a sassy tune about a relationship gone bad. "The Devil May Care" was written by written by Becky Hobbs ("Angels Among Us"), Don Goodman, and Craig Karp. It can be found on CDX #365 track 15, Mark Trail Music compilation #10, and on the April CHi Hotdisc.

Rustie has been featured in many publications including Country Weekly, Music Row magazine, Roots Music Report, Country Music Round-Up, and Country Gazette. Rustie was also featured on the cover of both "H.E.E.T." magazine January 2002 and Blazing Boots in February 2005! She has made numerous TV appearances, such as Fox 28 WTTE, Nashville Video Showcase, and a well known "Bingo Show" broadcast on TV Denmark 2, across the entire country and Greenland.

MP3s of Chip Chip and the Devil May Care, Chip Chip albums, interviews, & photos available on request. Radio is also encouraged to contact Kacey Jones, of Airplay Specialists, who is promoting "The Devil May Care."

February, 2005


Once your on the Midnite Jamboree website, scroll to the bottom of the page, and click January 8th, Bill Anderson to listen.

October 29, 2004

Nashville, TENNESSEE---Rustie Blue (Center Stage Productions) can be heard around the world on Saturday, January 8th, 2005. She will perform her duet, "Chip Chip," with Whisperin' Bill Anderson on the Ernest Tubb Midnight Jamboree, at the Texas Troubadour Theatre in Music Valley Village in Nashville, TN (across from Opryland) at midnight.

The Ernest Tubb Midnight Jamboree is broadcast live on WSM-AM following the Grand Ole Opry. The show can be heard around the world via the website,, and on Sirius Satellite radio channel 137 (

This is what the music industry has to say about Rustie Blue and "Chip Chip:"

"Whisperin' Bill is singing strongly here and Rustie's harmony vocal is on the money. The production thumps right along. And the song is a catchy dandy, too."
Robert K. Oerman, Music Row Magazine

"Rustie Blue, who's opened for Aaron Tippin, Daryle Singletary, David Lee Murphy and other stars, has been traveling the world spreading her traditional brand of country music. Late last year, just before taking her show to Australia, Rustie went into a Nashville studio with Opry star Bill Anderson to record a duet of 'Chip Chip.' The song turned out so well that it's the title cut of Rustie's new 15-song CD and she and Bill sound great! And where is Rustie's next international jaunt? Norway."
Larry Holden, Country Weekly Magazine

"I think this song is REALLY HOT! We have already been getting some excellent reaction on to the song and it will be charting in the Hotdisc chart this Thursday. I will be playing the song on radio quite a bit for no other reason than it is one of the best cuts on Hotdisc this month and deserves ON MERIT airplay!"
Stuart Cameron, CHi Hotdisc

"Chip Chip" has debuted on the New Music Weekly Chart at #50 and is moving up. Rustie has touring plans for 2005, for more information and for high-resolution downloadable photos go to
for media downloads go here:
Rustie & Whisperin' Bill Anderson team up together with the duet "Chip Chip"

December, 2003

Good things are worth waiting for! Rustie has just come out of the studio with the Legendary Bill Anderson where they recorded their first duet together entitled "Chip Chip" an original song written by Bill and never before released! Single to be released sometime in the early part of 2004 and will also be included on Rustie's next album and possibly on Bill's next CD in Jan. 2004. Rustie states "Bill has been a huge inspiration to me in my career and has given me wonderful support" and I can't thank him enough for that." Rustie

Rustie first opened shows for Whisperin Bill Anderson in 2001 and then went on to record "On and On and On" ( a song written by Bill Anderson) which hit the E.M.S. European Chart in May and at the same time was sitting at the top of the "Hot Country Singles Chart" at #1. Also Rustie recorded "I'm Not Going Til I'm Gone," a beautiful ballad and fantastic song written by Bill and has now charted on the Mildura Hot FM top 100 Country Hits Chart at #49., and has also kept Rustie high on the "Worldwide Mainstream Chart."



to write a review

Becky Hobbs

Rustie's new album sounds terrific!
Rustie's new album sounds terrific! She sings the fire out of THE DEVIL MAY CARE & DO ME A FAVOR. Hope you sell a million!

Keep on rockin'!

Joe Ross

Straightforward country with both traditional and progressive material
Playing Time – 49:53 -- Rustie Blue’s third album, “Chip Chip” continues to emphasize straightforward country with both traditional and progressive material. Her growing fanbase will be thrilled with this release that features the title duet with “Whisperin” Bill Anderson, who also co-authored the tracks, “Tomorrow Tonight” and Before I Fall” and “When I Remember You.” In the 2005 European CMA Awards, Blue and Anderson were nominated for a Vocal Collaboration of the Year Award for “Chip Chip,” with its catchy hook and drive. Anderson’s lead vocal is in fine form as he energetically sings “chip, chip, chippin’ away at our love” with Rustie. Throughout this album, the music bursts with pep and is full of steam. Rustie and band seem to have an affinity for spirited songs like “Cloud Of Dust,” “The Same Old Who,” “Oh Baby,” “Two Left Feet,” and “The Devil May Care,” but they also give us very tasteful renditions of slower or moderate tempo songs like “Tomorrow Night” which Bill Anderson co-penned with Deborah Allen. Some of Blue’s singing has rock influences, while a song like “Don’t Come Cryin’” gives her a chance to incorporate a more bluesy and pop style into her vocalizing. Last I heard “The Devil May Care” was at #12 on the Indie World Country Chart.

Some impressive talents serve as the accompanying musicians on “Chip, Chip.” Music producer/engineer Mike Headrick is a superior instrumentalist on guitars, steel, mandolin, and dobro. Joe Caverlee’s fiddle and Tim Atwood’s piano also provide some emotionally-charged support. Kenny Berry’s bass and Bob Courter’s drums give the songs a foundation of rock solid and powerful rhythmic intensity. Background vocals from Jackie Harling and Jimmy Layne sit very nicely in the overall mix of this first-class production.

Growing up around country music in southeast Ohio, Rustie also demonstrates her songwriting talent on “Honky Tonkin’ Diva.” She chooses material from a variety of songwriters, many out of Nashville, but a real treat is to hear her cover Martha Carson’s big standard “Satisfied” to close this project. Martha Lou, of course, was one of country music’s early queens and a big draw at state fairs, and on the Renfro Valley Barn Dance and Grand Ole Opry. It nice to see that young folks like Rustie Blue haven’t forgotten Carson and her songs. Blue also sings “Smokey Mountain Queen” as an acoustic tribute to another country queen, Dolly Parton. With her exuberance, charisma and energy, it’s clear that Rustie’s live show would be very entertaining. As she continues to tour around the work, Rustie Blue’s legion of fans is burgeoning. Rustie Blue could very well be one of this generation’s next queens of country music. (Joe Ross, Roseburg, OR.)

eddie weldon

az shooting star duet for 2oo5
ii predicted still for bill anderson a head of time and chipchip new chip a shooting star duet with in usa a new smash hit with rustie and bill and notice co writer was a personazl friend melba montgomery who i pushed in my glory dayscongratulations from a old freind eddie weldon i"llplay it on my omaha cable show,ask robbie my record producer okay? wittkowski with two t"s as bill mentioned to meweekly

Juanita Ford Publishing

first there was dottie reba nowe theres RUSTIE BLUE



Kjell Horlin

Rustie's best album this far!
I am a country radio DJ and I have been follow Rustie Blue's carreer from her first CD, this is her third CD.
My opinion is that Rustie's new CD is her best album this far.
Not a bad track here, lots of uptempo honky tonk and shuffles and of course the great title track duet with Bill Anderson.
Here you get 15 great songs and this is very good value
for your money.
The CD is produced and recorded by Mike Headrick in his studio and that can't go wrong, M. Headrick is a name of quality.
The sound and the musicicans on this CD is super!
So if you like hardcore honky tonk and great country music sung by a great girl singer, do yourself a favor and grab a copy of this CD while you can.
I love this album and I'm sure you will love it too.

Kjell Horlin, DJ at MCWC Country Radio Sweden

Doug Morris

The best yet!!
This is the third album, released in late 2004, and to put my opinion of it in a nutshell so to speak, I think it's the very best album done so far by this vivacious redhead. What's more, it also marks the first time Rustie has recorded a song she wrote, adding herself to my long list of favorite singer/songwriters! The album opens with the title song she performs as a duet with Grand Ol' Opry star and Country Music legend Whisperin' Bill Anderson. It's an excellent song that does just what a title song should do, it sets the pace for the rest of the songs on the disc. The song was co-written by Bill and Melba Montgomery, and is one of the four songs Bill contributed to the album. Another is the second song, and one of my favorites, a slow ballad type titled "Tomorrow Night" which Bill co-wrote with Deborah Allen, who is an excellent singer/songwriter with many hits to her well deserved credit (remember the great songs "Baby I Lied", "Undeniable", "Rock Me", "Break These Chains", "Cheat The Night"? Don't get me started on Ms. Allen or we'll be here all night!).
The other songs I liked best on this album of Rustie's are the toe tapper "Cloud Of Dust", "The Same Old Who" which just begs you to grab your honey up close and dance around the room, "The Devil May Care" which is a fast paced two stepper with some sassy lyrics, another two Bill Anderson numbers titled "When I Remember You" & "Before I Fall", and a fast moving toe tapper that I think would make a great line dance titled "Oh Baby." Another song that's got line dance written all over it is "Two Left Feet" which is about a fellow who loves to dance but is dangerous to be near when the fever hits. I also liked "Down To The Letter" and "Do Me A Favor", and Rustie's song "Honky Tonkin' Diva." But my own feelings are that the best song of the whole album is a Bobby Adkins song titled "Don't Come Cryin'", which just really rocks!! It also does an very good job of demonstrating that Rustie has great range and she can pack a whole lot of talent into a song. Yeah, this song is worth the purchase price of the whole album folks. Go get one and you'll see what I'm talking about. Great job Rustie! I hope there's a lot more to come!!

Lana Chevalier

Finally, an album that is pure country!!!!!
Love the voice, steel guitar is magnificant. Keep it coming as this album is pure country thru and thru. We need more like this and hearing Bill Anderson was just a bonus but then I have always been an Anderson fan for many years. This album really ROCKS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!