Bobby Marquez Hosts Ernest Tubb Midnite Jamboree
Awarded Singer/Songwriter to Debut New Music Worldwide
on Historic Show
Marquez steps up to the historic circle at the Texas Troubadour Theatre
to carry-on the legacy of his musical hero Ernest Tubb this Saturday as
the host of the Ernest Tubb Midnite Jamboree. The show, now celebrating
it’s 71st anniversary year, kicks off at 10pm on June 30th in front of a
live audience at the 450-seat theatre. Fans can also watch a live
stream of country music’s second longest running radio show atwww.musiccitytelevision.com. The performance will be broadcast again at 12 midnight on 650 AM WSM and worldwide atwww.wsmonline.com.
Marquez will debut his new music from his
recently released album, “The Cowboy Way.” The title track has already
been awarded by the Academy of Western Artists and The CMA of Texas.
Country Music People Magazine says about the album……Bobby Marquez nailed it.
are really personal to me and bring something for everyone….from
inspirational to storytelling to swing and of course, honky tonk. Not to
mention we have a huge surprise that may very well be a first for the
legendary show! I can’t wait for this weekend,” shares Marquez.
Marquez hails from Texas, so he was
raised on Ernest Tubb recordings. Bobby Marquez has gone on to blaze a
trail of his own from the Texas Music Chart to worldwide success on
television and radio. His songwriting continues to draw attention from
notable stars. The new album includes duets with the legendary Johnny
Rodriguez and the Queen of Bluegrass, Rhonda Vincent.
The evening will wind down with a
meet and greet with photo and autograph opportunities. The public is
invited to this historic event with free admission. Special guests Scott
Southworth and Dana Romanello will also perform.
Marquez concludes, ” I admire what Ernest Tubb stood for. His signature, ‘Be Better To Your Neighbors and You’ll Have Better Neighbors,’ says it all for me.”
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About Bobby Marquez:
Bobby Marquez is the 2018
Academy of Western Artists Pure Country Male Vocalist and the recipient
of the first-ever CMA of Texas Cowboy/Western Artist Award. His original
tune, “The Cowboy Way,” was designated the theme song of the annual
Gene Autry Museum Festival in Oklahoma. Bobby Marquez was also nominated
for a R.O.P.E. award for Songwriter of the Year in 2017. Bobby Marquez
appears on television’s The Penny Gilley Show and Country Fix, while his
music videos are seen around the world on various networks.
Marquez’s songs have been
recorded by George Strait, Alan Jackson, Rhonda Vincent, Ty Herndon and
Johnny Rodriguez. Bobby Marquez is also the host and organizer of the
annual Country With Heart benefit for St. Jude Children’s Research