Heart of Texas Roadshow will be staged at the Texas Troubadour Theater in
Nashville on Friday, August 17. The show begins at 7:30 PM and admission
is $15.00 per person. Tickets are available at the Ernest Tubb Record
Shops and can be reserved by calling (615) 889-2474.
point to go and see this show on Friday, August 17th. I
promise you that if you love traditional country music as it once was, The
Heart of Texas Roadshow will give you an evening you won’t forget.
country music for all. Take time to come and see this show and you will
know that Texas still harbors some of the greatest country singers in the
industry. Texas has not forgotten the history of country music, because
it is alive and well there. I have already made my plans to go and see
all of my friends, and sit back and listen to what I have been missing for so
long. My personal thanks to Tracy Pitcox for bringing this great show
to the E. T. Theatre on Music Valley Drive. I HOPE YOU WILL BE THERE.
The Heart of Texas Roadshow is highlighted by Heart of Texas Recording
artists including Georgette Jones, Darrell McCall, Mona McCall, George Hamilton
V, Tony Booth, Curtis Potter, Bobby Lewis, Kimberly Murray, Bobby G. Rice,
Johnny Moore and Trey Wilson.
Georgette Jones is the daughter of George Jones and Tammy Wynette.
She has two albums on Heart of Texas Records including “Slightly Used
Woman” and “Strong Enough To Cry.” She is now working
on a tribute album to her mom and will soon embark on a Tammy Wynette Tribute
Tour with shows already scheduled in Las Vegas.
Darrell McCall is a legendary Texas dance hall entertainer with many
hits to his credit including “Dreams of A Dreamer”
“It’s The Water” “There’s Still A Lot of Love In
San Antone” and his duet with Willie Nelson on “Lily
Dale.” Darrell has been a consistent recording artist with his
latest “Keeping With Tradition” receiving outstanding
reviews. Darrell’s wife Mona will also join him on stage.
Mona released her first album “Memories Love A Melody” three years
George Hamilton V has followed in the footsteps of his legendary father,
fifty year Grand Ole Opry member George Hamilton IV. George V has most
recently completed a duet project with his dad for Heart of Texas
Records. It will be released in October.
Tony Booth gained fame by working for Buck Owens as a front man and bass
player. He branched out on his own with major hits including
“Cinderella” “Keys In The Mailbox” “Close Up The
Honkytonks” and “Lonesome 7-7203.” His latest project
is titled “The Other Side of Love
Curtis Potter traveled all over the world beginning in 1959 as a member
of Hank Thompson’s Brazos Valley Boys. He has enjoyed some great
success with songs including “Texas Proud” “You Comb Her Hair
Every Morning” and his latest project “The Potter’s
Touch” allowed him to make his debut appearance on the Grand Ole
Bobby Lewis is our latest artist on Heart of Texas Records. Recording
for United Artists throughout the 1960’s, Lewis garnered chart records
with “How Long Has It Been?” “From Heaven To Heartache”
and “Hello Mary Lou.”
Kimberly Murray has just released her second project “Another Day
Of Lonely” and is a regular opry performer. Tony Booth and Bob
Manning join her on the project.
Bobby G. Rice hit paydirt with the song “You
Lay So Easy On My Mind.” The million seller, written by Rice, was
also recorded by Loretta Lynn, Conway Twitty and a host of others. His
latest project is titled “Down In Texas.”
Although Trey Wilson and Johnny Moore are not actually Heart of Texas
Recording Artists, they are both from Texas and have been frequent guests on
various roadshows throughout the Lone Star State. Wilson, a Uvalde
native, is currently living in Nashville after graduating from Belmont
University. Moore has been involved in the music industry for over fifty
years. He brought his niece, Jeannie C. Riley, to Nashville and is still
very active in the industry.
Tracy Pitcox will MC the show.
“We are so excited to be bringing our roadshow to Nashville and the Texas
Troubadour Theater” Pitcox said. “We have a tremendous amount
of talent and are looking forward to their performances.”
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