February 18 at The Nashville Palace 6pm
(Doors open at 5pm)


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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (February 11, 2015) – Americana country legend Moe Bandy
has quite the respect and admiration for Songwriter Hall of Fame member
Whitey Shafer. Throughout his career, Moe has cut 33 Whitey Shafer
songs. In fact, Moe’s first five hit singles were penned by the beloved
tunesmith. Moe humbly says, “I know I wouldn’t be where I am today if
Whitey hadn’t come to Music Row. I think he’s one of the best
songwriters there is.” Some of Moe’s noteworthy accomplishments are 10
Number One smashes, 40 Top Ten hits, 66 charted releases, 5 Gold albums
and ACM/CMA Duet of the Year.

Moe Bandy proudly states, “This is going to be the biggest traditional country music show Nashville has seen in a long time. Our lineup is just unbelievable!”

The lineup includes Moe Bandy (host), Joe Stampley, Becky Hobbs, T. Graham Brown, Gene Watson, Johnny Lee, Jeannie Seely, Rhonda Vincent, David Frizzell, Dallas Frazier, Eddy Raven, Jett Williams, Mark Wills, John Conlee, Jimmy Fortune, Leona Williams, Lane Brody, William Michael Morgan, James Carothers, Moore & Moore, Teea Goans, the Rhodes Family Singers and the list continues to grow.

Ticket prices are $20 at the door. Tickets can be purchased at The Nashville Palace is located at 2611 McGavock Pike.

About Whitey Shafer:
Shafer and childhood hero Lefty Frizzell were not only best friends,
they became a co-writing duo to be reckoned with. Together, they penned
the country standards “That’s the Way Love Goes,” “I Never Go Around
Mirrors,” Moe Bandy’s “Bandy The Rodeo Clown,” among many others. Shafer
went on to write some of the most momentous country songs of the last
four decades, including “I Just Started Hatin’ Cheatin’ Songs Today”
(Moe Bandy), “Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind” (George Strait),
“All My Ex’s Live in Texas” (George Strait) and “I Wonder Do You Think
of Me” (Keith Whitley), and his tribute to his friend, “Lefty’s Gone”
(George Strait). Of late, Shafer has suffered from a lung disease,
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).

Moe Bandy Tour Dates:
Feb. 11 Florida State Fair/Tampa, FL
Feb. 13 Redneck Country Club/Stafford, TX
Feb. 14 Chisholm Trail Festival/Donna, TX
Feb. 18 The Nashville Palace / Nashville, TN
Feb. 19 The Palace Theater/Crossville, TN
Feb. 21 Neuse River Fest / Kinston, NC
Feb. 28 Prairie Nights Casino/ Ft. Yates, ND
Mar. 07 Rodgers Theater/Poplar Bluff, MO
Mar. 21 Leon County Expo Center/Buffalo, TX
Apr. 10 Smithville Jamboree/Smithville, TX
Apr. 11 South Shore Harbour Resort/League City, TX
Apr. 18 Orange Blossom Opry/Weirsdale, FL
Apr. 19 ACMs/Dallas, TX
May 02 Cornyval Fair/Helotes, TX
May 09 Llano Opry/Llano, TX
May 23 Augusta Days/Augusta, AR
Jun. 13 Tri-City Speedway/Granite City, IL
Jul. 10 Redneck Country Club/Stafford, TX
Jul. 25 Truman Lake Opry/Tightwad, MO
Aug. 14 Lovelady Old Gym/Lovelady, TX
Sep. 12 Marmora Jamboree/Marmora Ontario Canada
Sep. 19 Texas Theater/Sequin, TX
Oct. 25 Andy Williams Moon River Theater/Branson, MO

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