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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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Child Star

June 17, 2017

At the age of 13, LeAnn Rimes scored top ten with, “Blue”, and became the youngest Country star since Tanya Tucker. By the age of nine, she was an experienced singer, and regularly sang, “The Star Spangled Banner” at Dallas Cowboys football games.  At just 14 she became the youngest person to win a Grammy,...

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Single White Female

June 10, 2017

She has won many awards for her music including a Juno for “Best Country Artist” and an Academy of Country Music award for, “Top New Female Artist”. Carolyn Dawn Johnson was learning piano at the age of five, she played clarinet, flute and saxophone in high school, and taught herself guitar at the age of 20....

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His first public performance was at the age of six, on Bob Wills’ radio show, and the sound of Western Swing has been with Lee Roy Parnell ever since. He is widely acknowledged as a premier electric slide guitar player, and a hit song writer too. He co-wrote, “That’s My Story”, for Collin Raye, a...

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She’s been on the Country Music scene more than twenty years and has topped the charts nine times.  In 2000, she won the CMA’s “Horizon Award”, and was named by Billboard Magazine as the most played female on Country radio. Jo Dee Messina played professionally at the age of 16, backed up by her brother...

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