Posts Tagged ‘Curtis Potter’
When Sirius satellite radio changed the original Willie’s Place programming they dropped Tony Booth, Johnny Bush, Frenchie Burke, Amber Digby, Landon Dodd, Tony Douglas, Dottsy, Bobby Flores, Tea Goans, Jake Hooker, Georgette Jones, Billy Mata, Darrell McCall, Mona McCall, Frankie Miller, Kimberly Murray, Joe Paul Nichols, Curtis Potter, Lonnie Spiker, Justin Trevino, Ron Williams and Leona Williams, and many others.
RFD TV has announced the popular new mini series “TruCountry” filmed live in Hamilton, Texas, will begin airing the first season episodes in Britain and Europe on sister network Rural TV based in London, England. Sarah Chase, head of the London office predicts the show will be a huge success in a market that has been devoid of traditional country music for years. “Brits love the real deal” and that’s what they’ll get when they tune in every week and see a dance floor full of cowboys and cowgirls swinging there partner to the sounds of TruCountry Music! Starting April 20th.
The Heart of Texas Country Music Museum is hosting an album release party for Curtis Potter, Tony Booth and Darrell McCall for their new CD titled “The Survivors.” The event will be held at the Heart of Texas Country Music Museum at 1701 South Bridge Steet in Brady, Texas. It begins at 1:00 PM on Sunday, January 10.
Curtis Potter, Tony Booth, and Darrell McCall have teamed up on a new project called “The Survivors”. I’m sure all of our readers are familiar with Curtis, Tony, and Darrell and this new release is bound to be fantastic. Here is more information:
Jeremy Tepper, the music and entertainment programmer for Outlaw Country, Willie’s Place and Road Dog Trucking Channels on Sirius XM Radio, Inc. will make a visit to the Heart of Texas on Friday, December 18.
The Mason Country Opry will be staged on Thursday, October 29, at the Odeon Theater in downtown Mason. Heart of Texas Recording Artists Curtis Potter will headline the monthly show. Tickets are $10.00 and will be for sale at the door.
For those who may not be familiar with Curtis Potter he is a Country Music Association of Texas hall of famer and a student of the Ray Price era. Curtis Potter is a traditionalist and is helping to keep real country music alive and well today. In 1959, Curtis joined Country Music Hall of Fame member Hank Thompson and the Brazos Valley Boys as a bass player and front man. He had his own television show at the age of 16 and began working with country music pioneer Slim Willet.