That Time Loretta Lynn Sang About Being at the Grand Ole Opry on Christmas Night
- In a surreal clip from 1969, the "Coal Miner's Daughter" joins the Wilburn Brothers to remember fallen Opry stars and prove the show must always go on
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Oak Ridge Boys, the Browns Inducted Into Hall of Fame
The Oak Ridge Boys are amond inductees of the Country Music Hall of Fame. On hand to honor the 2015 inductees were Garth Brooks, Trisha Yearwood, Dierks Bentley, Vince Gill and Marty Stuart with performances of hits like “Elvira,” “The Three Bells” and “El Paso.” The four members of the Oak Ridge Boys, Joe Bonsall, Duane Allen, William Lee Golden and Richard Sterban, each received a medallion from their longtime friend and tour mate, Kenny Rogers.Thanks for your feedback!
Grady Martin, Jim Ed Brown & The Browns, and The Oak Ridge Boys Inducted into Country Music Hall of Fame
Many of the previous inductees were in attendance, including Kenny Rogers, Ralph Emery, and Emmylou Harris.Thanks for your feedback!
Country singer Bonnie Brown, hall of fame inductee, has cancer
By Tim Ghianni NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Reuters) - Singer Bonnie Brown, who will be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in October as part of the group The Browns, announced on Monday that she has lung cancer. "It comes with great sadness that I have been diagnosed with stage four adenocarcinoma right lung cancer," Brown said. "This news came as a shock to our family as we are still mourning the loss of my big brother." Brown, her sister Maxine and brother Jim Ed Brown comprised the BrownsThanks for your feedback!
Bonnie Brown of Country Trio The Browns Diagnosed with Lung Cancer
Bonnie Brown, the youngest of the family trio, announced Monday that she has also been diagnosed with the disease.Thanks for your feedback!
'Grand Ole Opry' star Jim Ed Brown dead at 81
By Tim Ghianni NASHVILLE (Reuters) - Jim Ed Brown, a star on the "Grand Ole Opry" radio program for more than a half-century, died on Thursday night in a Nashville-area hospital at the age of 81. Brown died at Williamson Medical Center in Franklin, Tennessee after a long battle with lung cancer, according to Webster Public Relations. Bobby Bare, who produced some of Brown's work and was a long-time friend, told Reuters: "He had class and he had style and he had a great voice... He was a realThanks for your feedback!
Jim Ed Brown, Country's Class Act Who Was Never Out of Style: An Appreciation
His last album was "In Style Again," but truth be told...he never went out of it. He was a man who loved what he did.Thanks for your feedback!
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Jim Ed Brown, Grand Ole Opry Country Star, Dead at 81
Jim Ed Brown, a long-time Grand Ole Opry member, died of cancer on Thursday. The country music star passed away at the Williamson Medical Center in Franklin, Tennessee. He will be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame this year. Brown was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2014.Thanks for your feedback!
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Country Music Hall of Famer Jim Ed Brown Dead at 81
Jim Ed Brown, whose easygoing vocal style led to a seven-decades-long career that included Grand Ole Opry membership and 2015 election into the Country Music Hall of Fame with his sisters Maxine and Bonnie Brown, died Thursday at Williamson Medical Center in Franklin, Tennessee, after a lengthy battle with...Thanks for your feedback!
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Jim Ed Brown, Country Music Hall of Famer, Dies at 81
The Browns, featuring Jim Ed with his sisters Maxine and Bonnie, recorded "The Three Bells,” a crossover hit in 1959. His signature solo song came in 1967 with “Pop a Top.”Thanks for your feedback!
Jim Ed Brown, Country Singer, Dies at 81
Longtime Grand Ole Opry member Jim Ed Brown died Thursday of cancer at Williamson Medical Center in Franklin, Tennessee, Webster Public Relations announced. He was 81. Brown had hits as a solo singer and part of a duet and trio, according to Webster PR, and featured prominently on country music television shows in the 1970s... Read more »Thanks for your feedback!