Loretta Lynn takes a final bow after her sold-out show at Greenville’s Municipal Auditorium Friday night. The Coal Miner’s Daughter performed more than 25 songs, including “Honky Tonk Girl,” the first song she wrote, “Don’t Come Home A Drinkin’” and “You Ain’t Woman Enough,” during a 90-minute set. Her twin daughters, Pasty and Peggy, opened the show. Several times during the evening, the Queen of Country Music expressed her gratitude, saying Texas gigs kept food on the table early in her career. “Texas kept us from starving.” Courtesy Photo by Alice Black Parker
Imagine you’ve hit the big time in country music. You’ve been named Top Male Vocalist, earned Single of the Year and have been chosen as Best Vocal Event of the Year by the Academy of Country Music; you’ve been named Favorite Country New Artist by at the American Music Awards and you earned the Horizon Award and the Male Vocalist of the Year by the Country Music Association.
BOSSIER CITY – Michael McDonald of Doobie Brothers fame will be in concert in the Paradise Theater at Margaritaville Resort Casino in Bossier City on Friday, April 11.
DSO Pops Series concert Feb. 6, 7 & 9 also features debut of new Assistant Conductor Karina Canellakis
DALLAS – The Dallas Symphony Orchestra welcomes Tony® Award-winning superstar Bernadette Peters to the Meyerson Symphony Center at 8 p.m. on Feb. 6, 7 and 9. The stunning star of stage and screen wills howcase the best of Broadway’s stage, including popular standards and hits by Rodgers & Hammerstein, Stephen Sondheim and others set to the fabulous sounds of the Dallas Symphony.