CHARLEY PRIDE SET TO PERFORM ON “THE VIEW” OCTOBER 12
The Country Legend Helps Whoopi Goldberg Celebrate Her 10 Year Anniversary On Award-Winning Daytime Talk Show
‘GRAMMY Salute To Music Legends‘ Honoring Charley Pride, Shirley Caesar, Jimmie Rodgers, Nina Simone, Sly Stone And More To Air On PBS Friday, October 13
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Fans of the late Country Music Hall of Fame member, Conway Twitty, can now purchase TIMELESS, a collection of never-before released songs from one of America’s most beloved musical performers of all-time.The album is available onConwayTwitty.com and can be downloaded through all major digital retail outlets.
The George H. W. Bush Presidential Library Foundation today announced a hurricane relief concert at Texas A&M’s Reed Arena the evening of October 21st featuring former Presidents Obama, Bush 43, Clinton, Bush 41 and Carter joined by top music performers. All ticket sales and other proceeds from the “Deep From the Heart: The One America Appeal” concert will go to the special hurricane recovery effort launched last month by the five living former U.S. presidents.
The International “Queen of Bluegrass” returns from a week of traveling abroad. Rhonda Vincent kept a jet-setting pace, flying from New York City to Dublin, Prague, and Zurich, before returning on Sunday.
The All American Bluegrass Girl, along with the Most Award Winning Band in Bluegrass Music History, “The Rage” performed amongst the breathtaking beauty of Prague, Czech Republic and Gstaad, Switzerland.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – ‘Miss Country Soul’ Jeannie Seely celebrates 50 years as a member of the Grand Ole Opry. Exactly 50 years to the day she was first inducted on September 16, 1967, Seely performed her Grammy®-winning classic “Don’t Touch Me” and other favorites before being joined on stage by fellow Opry member Bill Anderson and Opry General Manager Sally Williams to mark the occasion with gifts and presentations. Seely becomes the sixth woman in country music history to reach the milestone, joining Minnie Pearl, Jean Shepard, Wilma Lee Cooper, Loretta Lynn and Connie Smith with that distinction.
“Jeannie Seely lives and breathes the Grand Ole Opry,” Williams said. “It is an honor for all of us to celebrate such a talented, dedicated, trailblazing member of our Opry family. Watching her perform tonight, I think we can all agree she’s just getting started.”
Country Music Hall of Fame members and 5-time GRAMMY winners, The Oak Ridge Boys, announced they will release a new album by March 2018.
AM 1180 Chattooga County Radio will have a tribute to Don Williams coming up on Friday in the 2 PM hour and will rebroadcast the special on Saturday morning following the 8AM Newscast.