McDowell Book Signing Set for March 26
at Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (March 22, 2016)
– Ronnie McDowell, known for decades of hit songs and genuine warmth
that fills seats again and again, is crisscrossing the country with
additional concert dates and appearances (see schedule below). McDowell
will also appear at the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum Saturday,
March 26 to sign copies of his new autobiography “Bringing It To You
“We’re having a blast out there on the road and with the book. I’m
just so thankful for those who’ve spent their hard-earned money to pick
up a copy or come see our shows. We sure do appreciate you,” McDowell
McDowell opens up about his illustrious music career in “‘Bringing It To You Personally,” available online and the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum.
“Bringing It To You Personally” includes more than 100 photos,
captures McDowell’s personal and career triumphs, as well as life
lessons he’s endured throughout four decades as an entertainer.
McDowell’s autobiography chronicles the moment he came out of nowhere to
dazzle the world with his heartfelt and self-penned tribute song, “The
King Is Gone,” in honor of Elvis Presley’s death.