Mo Pitney “Have Mercy on a Man in Love” Larry’s Country Diner

Mo Pitney “Have Mercy on a Man in Love” Larry’s Country Diner  Mo Pitney was born on March 24, 1993 in Rockford, IL. He picked up the drums at six and guitar at 12. “I learned how to play with a cast on my arm by laying a rag over my dad’s guitar so […]

Gene Watson Sings “Cowboys Don’t Get Lucky All The Time”

Gene Watson sings “Cowboys Don’t Get Lucky All The Time”  In 1974, Gene Watson was an auto-body repairman and the featured performer at Houston’s Dynasty nightclub when Capitol Records picked his single, “Love in the Hot Afternoon” for national distribution. It became the first of Watson’s top 10 hits in early 1975. “Seems like […]

Michele & Jimmy Capps “On the Alamo” On Country Road TV

Michele & Jimmy Capps “On the Alamo” Country On Road TV  Michele and Jimmy Capps: A Country Love Story It could be the subject of a country song. Long time Opry and studio musician meets young aspiring singer, they become friends, then fall in love and marry.  “We met in 1995 at a recording […]

John Conlee sings his huge hit “Common Man” on Larry’s Country Diner

John Conlee sings his huge hit “Common Man” on Larry’s Country Diner  Conlee was born on August 11, 1946 in Versailles, Kentucky. By age 10, he began singing and playing guitar, and later sang tenor in a barber shop quartet. Before his musical career, he became a licensed mortician and later a disc jockey.  […]

Ricky Skaggs sings “I Wouldn’t Change You If I Could” on Country’s Family Reunion

Ricky Skaggs sings “I Wouldn’t Change You If I Could” on Country’s Family Reunion  A life full of music.  That’s the story of Ricky Skaggs.  By age 21, he was already considered a “recognized master” of one of America’s most demanding art forms, but his career took him in other directions, catapulting him to […]

Ray Price sings his MEGA HIT “For The Good Times” on Marty Robbins Spotlight

Ricky Skaggs sings “I Wouldn’t Change You If I Could” on Country’s Family Reunion  Ray Price is best known for us country classics, including, “Release Me,” “Crazy Arms,” and, “For The Good Times.” Price earned numerous accolades throughout his career, inducing 62 albums that earned Academy of Country Music, Country Music Association and Grammy […]

Vince Gill sings the moving “Go Rest High On That Mountain” on Country’s Family Reunion

Vince Gill sings the moving “Go Rest High On That Mountain” on Country’s Family Reunion  Vince Gill has sold more than 26 million albums, won 20 Grammys, and earned 18 CMA Awards, including two Entertainer of the Year trophies. “Forty years into this, it’s still as much fun as it’s ever been to play […]

Sheb Wooley sings as “Ben Colder” on Country’s Family Reunion

Sheb Wooley sings as “Ben Colder” on Country’s Family Reunion  Shelby F. Wooley was born April 10, 1921 in Erik, OK. Among fans of country music, Sheb is considered the real deal: a genuine cowboy singer. Sheb started riding horses as a boy in rodeos, and became one of the top young riders on […]

Tracy Lawrence sings the hit song “Time Marches On” on Larry’s Country Diner

Tracy Lawrence sings the hit song “Time Marches On” on Larry’s Country Diner  Tracy Lawrence was born in Atlanta, TX and spent most of his life in Arkansas before moving to Nashville almost 30 years ago with a guitar and $700 in his pocket.  He is a Meta-Watt success story! He has sold 13 million […]

Charlie Walker sings “Who Will Buy the Wine” on Country’s Family Reunion

Charlie Walker sings “Who Will Buy the Wine” on Country’s Family Reunion  Charlie Levi Walker was born in Copeville, Texas on November 2, 1926. He grew up on a farm spending his days picking cotton. By the age of 17, Charlie was making a living performing liv, singing honky tonks throughout Dallas. After seeing […]