Joyce Shaffer Inducted into Country Music Hall of Fame

Country Singer Joyce Shaffer to be Inducted into America’s Old Time Country Music Hall of Fame.

Los Angeles, CA, 9/1/11 –  What does Patti Page, Johnny Cash, June Carter Cash, Hank Williams Sr., Gene Autry, Loretta Lynn, Tex Ritter, Roy Rogers and Dale Evans have in common with country music chart climber Joyce Shaffer? They have been or will be inducted into America’s Old Time Country Music Hall of Fame this Aug. 29 – Sept. 4 in LeMars, Iowa. 36th NATIONAL OLD TIME COUNTRY BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL, LeMARS, IOWA, AUG 29-SEPT 4, 2011
Shaffer will be inducted Saturday, September 3rd on the main stage at 5 p.m. and will give to the museum her trademark Red Boots. The last year and a half has been a busy time for Shaffer with writing, singing, recording and releasing a new CD, “Product of the U.S.A.”, as well as recording several new singles that have climbed the national country music charts. Joyce has also been very busy traveling America singing at events. “It sure has been an exciting time. I love getting my messages out by way of my music. I can’t wait to see what is next. I am truly blessed” Shaffer said.
Her last release is a tribute to the First Lady of Country Music, Loretta Lynn. The song is titled “Loretta’s Shoes” and when Loretta Lynn heard it she said, “I was left smiling all day after I heard the song Joyce Shaffer wrote about me, ‘Loretta’s Shoes’… It truly touched my heart.” Shaffer looks forward to meeting with Loretta sometime in the future and would love to sing “Loretta’s Shoes” to the country music icon.
For more information on Joyce Shaffer and her music or to schedule Joyce for your event or to set up an interview, contact her or her media office at:

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