The Oak Ridge Boys, Collin Raye, Linda Davis, George Hamilton IV, Aaron & Amanda Crabb and Many More!

ROY CLARK ADDED TO STELLAR LINE UP
FOR 34TH ANNUAL SUNDAY MORNIN’ COUNTRY®

June
9 Show Includes Appearances and Performances by The Oak Ridge Boys,
Collin Raye, Linda Davis, George Hamilton IV, Aaron & Amanda Crabb
and Many More!

Nashville, Tenn. (May 29, 2013) – Hall of Fame member and seven-time CMA Award winner Roy Clark (“Thank
God and Greyhound,” “Yesterday When I Was Young,” “Come Live with Me”
and “Riders in the Sky”) has joined the list of artists to appear at Sunday Mornin’ Country® on June 9, 2013 at 2:30 p.m. to be held at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville. Clark joins a stellar line up, which will feature GRAMMY Award-winning group, The Oak Ridge Boys, with appearances by Collin Raye, Lynn Anderson, Lulu Roman, Charlie McCoy, Aaron & Amanda Crabb, Fox Brothers, Melanie Walker, Cowboy Joe & the Babcocks, Casey Rivers, The Nashville Edition®, Dianne Sherrill, Rick Hammer & The Tennessee River Boys, Holly Watson, Debbie Bennett with the Country Chorale®, and The Sunday Mornin’ Country® Band. The show will be co-hosted by long-standing Grand Ole Opry member George Hamilton IV and GRAMMY Award-winning artist Linda Davis. Advanced tickets are on sale now for $18 and can be purchased online at opry.com, the Opry Box Office, or by visiting ticketmaster.com.

Now in its 34th year, Sunday Mornin’ Country® has been named a
Top-20 Tourism Society Event and provided hundreds of fans with a
remarkable Country and Gospel performance. A perfect closure to CMA
Music Fest weekend, fans can see over a dozen Country and Gospel artists
perform and share what their faith means in their daily lives. For more
information on Sunday Mornin’ Country®, please visit www.musiccitychristianfellowship.org.

Long-time Hee Haw star, Roy Clark, is the pioneer that
transformed Branson, MO into a live country music hot spot. Since the
start of his prolific career, Clark has amassed seven CMA Awards, seven
ACM Awards and a GRAMMY Award for Best Country Instrumental Performance
for “Alabama Jubilee.” Clark became the 63rd member of the Grand Ole
Opry and has shared the stage with legends like Hank Williams and
Grandpa Jones. In 2009, Clark was inducted into the Country Music Hall
of Fame® and Museum. Charting eight Top-10 hits and 23 Top-40, Clark has
claimed his own Country Music legacy.

Alongside his wife of 50 years, Barbara, Clark still enjoys
traveling and performing for his fans. For more information on Roy
Clark, visit www.royclark.org

 

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