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Country and Rock Success

August 5, 2017

He grew up in a home full of music. His parents held weekly talent nights and young Garth Brooks was an eager performer. He has become the best selling solo album artist in the United States with 148 million records sold, and is second to the Beatles in total album sales. His LP, “No Fences”,...

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He has released five studio albums and one greatest hits LP. He scored number one in 1996 with, “Anita Got Married”. Duane Steele grew up in a small town in Alberta, in a home full of music. His childhood memories include family and friends singing and playing various instruments. Duane and his cousins formed a...

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She discovered her love of singing at Girl Scout Camp, and later joined a Bluegrass group called, “Pennsboro”.  She worked as a tour guide at the Country Music Hall of Fame, sang backup and did demo work. Kathy Mattea’s big break came in 1986 with her LP, “Walk the Way the Wind Blows”, and her...

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Party in a bathrobe ...

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Larry, Steve and Rudy have performed together since their childhood, singing in church, and on the radio.  Larry joined “The Imperials” in 1971, where he honed his songwriting and performing skills. In 1979, the three brothers started recording as “Larry Gatlin & the Gatlin Brothers” and they had their first number one hit, “All the Gold...

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Click to watch the newly released video for his debut single for "Liqour's Callin' the Shots"...

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Getting it Wright

July 8, 2017

She grew up near Chatham Ontario, in a household full of music. Both her parents were local musical performers. Michelle Wright was studying at college in the early 1980’s, and playing with a local band. She gave music her full time attention, and moved to Nashville in the early 1990’s. She opened for Kenny Rogers on his...

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Trackside Music Festival July 1st, 2017...

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Opryland Originals

July 1, 2017

They were called, “The Grizzly River Boys”, and started as an attraction at Opryland USA.  The name changed to, “The Tennessee River Boys” and since 1989, has had the same six members. 1991 saw the final name change to, “Diamond Rio”, and they signed with Arista Nashville.   Their debut single. “Meet in the Middle”,...

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The Judds are set to release an All-Time Greatest Hits on June 30th. Be listening to CKNX AM920 for your chance to win a copy of the  CD. Here is the Track Listing: 1. Mama He’s Crazy 2. Why Not Me 3. Girls Night Out 4. Love Is Alive 5. Have Mercy 6. Grandpa (Tell Me...

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