Posts Tagged ‘hall of fame’
The song went to number 3 on the charts in 1961. Those were the days of AM radio and honky tonk songs were a hit. Webb Pierce hit it big with “Sweet Lips”, and this is a great video with wonderful sound quality. Fifty years later “Sweet Lips” by Wynn Stewart is our featured song of the day.
NASHVILLE, Tenn., -Reba McEntire: Put On Your Red Dress, Baby, a spotlight exhibit featuring the attention-grabbing red gown worn by superstar Reba McEntire on the 1993 Country Music Association Awards telecast, is open now at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. The exhibit will run through June 13, 2010.
Joe Berry is an inductee in the Traditional Country Hall Of Fame, sings some songs in a Hollywood movie, performing member of “The Traditional Country Opry“, and has shared the stage with some of the biggest names in country music. He has appeared many times on the stage of “The Ernest Tubb Midnight Jamboree and is a national and international touring artist.
As a not-for-profit educational organization, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is partnering with Ford Motor Company Fund for the third consecutive year by offering free Museum admission on Saturday, January 30, 2010. The Museum will be open from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Country Music Singer/Songwriter Leona Williams will headline the Marble Falls Opry Show on Saturday, January 30. The two and a half-hour opry show held at the Uptown Theater in downtown Marble Falls.
It’s time to recognize our friend Moe Bandy. In 1975, a song written by his friends Lefty Frizzell and Whitey Shaffer gave him a number seven country hit with “Bandy The Rodeo Clown”. Many people ask if the song is about Moe Bandy’s life.
The Steel Guitar Hall Of Fame website is a great place to visit. The Hall Of Fame is located in St. Louis Missouri, on the opposite side of the state from our town of Windsor Missouri.
George Jones gave his opinions and thoughts about country music recently. Here is a part of what George Jones said in an article by Jeff Thomas from Mercury News wire reports:
Back in 1984 I bought George Strait’s “Does Forth Worth Ever Cross Your Mind” and I dusted it off today.