September 14, 2013
Tom Sadge has been entertaining others with a variety of singing and speaking voices since he was in elementary school. Born in the largely Irish-immigrant populated Avoca, Pennsylvania, Tom attended St. Mary’s Grade School and Pittston Area High School. He was active in the school’s Glee Club. Tom’s mother, who once was offered a job touring the country with a popular big band but opted to remain in the hometown, encouraged Tom’s singing career by taking him with her as she performed in minstrels and local shows.
After leaving the Pittston area at a very young age, he spent some time in the service. His military travels took him to Japan, the Philippines, and other exotic places. After the military, he lived for a time in the Cape Cod/ Boston area as well as in Biloxi Mississippi and Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Ironically, it wasn’t until he returned to his hometown that he met his wife, Marion. She, too, had recently returned from living away in Allentown, Pennsylvania, where she was a fashion buyer and store manager for a large chain.
It was while living back home that Tom Sadge became well-known, on a local level, for his vocal singing impressions. Marion waited tables for free while Tom performed in local bars and nightclubs in the early days of Tom’s career until the children came along – 10 years apart!
After years of entertaining locally as a singing impressionist, and dreaming of entertaining larger, more diverse audiences, Tom’s dream came true. Marion was looking through a brochure for Legends in Concert, the popular Las Vegas-based celebrity impersonator show. She noticed that many of the performers relied heavily on wigs, make-up and facial expressions to deliver their lookalike performance, and that the proper voice was obviously the most important asset to a celebrity impersonator. She encouraged Tom to develop an act as a Neil Diamond impersonator, as this was his favorite voice to perform. It was also the one which the audience would be most astonished by.
After nearly a year of hard work experimenting with make-up, costumes, moves, etc., the couple felt satisfied with the Neil Diamond impersonation. A promotional video tape was shot and sent out to agents and producers. By the summer of 1998, Tom Sadge was touring with Legends Alive!, a Canadian troupe of celebrity impersonators. He was the only American to be invited to tour that summer.
More hard work followed for Marion and Tom as they continued to work on improving and perfecting the act. Now, Tom works all year in the U.S., Canada and Europe at top venues, including Atlantic City, NJ and Las Vegas casinos. He has also made several trips to Europe, where he is rapidly gaining popularity.
Tom Sadge currently performs as a Neil Diamond impersonator all over the United States, Canada and Europe. His home base remains in Pennsylvania. Marion holds up the business end at home, maintaining his official web site, answering phone calls and e-mails, etc. while looking after their family and menagerie of animals. The couple considers the Tom Sadge Show, which will feature a full Engelbert Humperdinck impersonation very soon, as well as other voices and characters, to be a team effort.
Tom Sadge and Marion have been married since the early 1980s, and the couple have a son and daughter who live at home.
Featuring a new addition to the cast
“Jennifer In The Morning” Show!
Jackson Nightingale AND from New
Braunsfels “Rock Box” Theater Miss
GENE WATSON LIVE WITH SEAN MITCHELL & THE AMAZING
MADE IN TEXAS SHOW TIME BAND
(formerly The Granbury Live Band)
This year marks the Golden Anniversary of one of our greatest living country vocalists. In 1962, Gene Watson began his professional career by recording his first single.
“I didn’t know what I was doing,” he chuckles, remembering himself as a 19-year-old. “I think maybe I was dreaming a little bit. Who knows what’s going through your mind back then? I was playing nightclubs here and there and decided it might be good if I could record a song.
“My first recording ever was on a little ole independent label that was started up just for this recording session, Sun Valley Records. Maybe I thought I could sell them at my shows or something. I wrote the record, ‘If It Was That Easy.’ It was not any good, but, boy, I thought that was something. I had my own record.”
He might not have known what he was doing in 1962, but he does now. Gene Watson has re-recorded his classic hits on an extraordinary, 25-song collection titled The Best of the Best. His ageless voice sounds exactly as it did when he first recorded these songs in the 1970s and 1980s. The legendary Sonny Garrish reprises the steel-guitar playing he performed during the original recording sessions, and the rest of the players recreate the original arrangements.
It is one of the curious facts of the music business that a major-label artist pays for their recording sessions, yet the label owns the recordings. In addition, Gene Watson’s classics are owned by four different corporations. In a sense, by re-recording them to sound precisely like the originals, he now finally “owns” them all himself.
“I wanted these to sound as close to the originals as could be done,” says Gene. “I had to work so hard to capture them the same way I did them originally. All of these songs are in the same keys. I just thank the good Lord above that He’s let me keep my voice intact. In fact, I can probably hit the notes better now than I could back then.
Whenever there was a question when I was re-recording these, we went back and listened to the original recording.
“I put this together on my own dime, and it’s coming out on my own label, Fourteen Carat Music. These songs have always been a part of my life and career. As long as the people will take their hard-earned money and come to my shows, this is what they’re going to hear.”
Performances such as “Fourteen Carat Mind,” “Love in the Hot Afternoon,” “Farewell Party,” “Memories to Burn,” “Got No Reason Now for Going Home,” “Speak Softly,” “Paper Rosie” and “Sometimes I Get Lucky and Forget” have forged Gene Watson’s reputation as a “Singer’s Singer.” He is the envy of his peers and the idol of such younger performers as Joe Nichols, Brad Paisley, Trace Adkins, Vince Gill, Alan Jackson, Lee Ann Womack and Randy Travis.
Gene, himself, views his remarkable vocal talent as a matter of course. All seven Watson children sang, as did his parents.
“I can remember singing as far back as I can remember talking. Singing was something that was not out of the ordinary for me. It wasn’t unique. My whole family were singers.”
Even in a musical genre noted for its hard-luck stories, Gene Watson’s stands out. The family drifted from shack to shack as his itinerant father took logging and crop-picking jobs. “Home” eventually became a converted school bus. Gene dropped out of school in the ninth grade to work alongside his parents in the fields.
“I sang in church with my sister. My younger brother Jessie and me would sing at little school functions and local things. He played electric guitar, and I played acoustic guitar. When I was 15 and he was about 12, there was a guy who came to town in Paris, Texas who was supposed to be a big producer and talent scout and all this. He thought that Jessie and I had a lot of potential, so he put a show together at the coliseum. That was the big debut for The Watson Brothers. By the time the show was over with, he left town with the proceeds.”
Gene settled in Houston, TX where he developed a strong local following and staged his disc debut. In 1964, the Grand Ole Opry duo, The Wilburn Brothers, took Gene on the road briefly. Then it was back to the Texas honky-tonks and a string of local singles throughout the ‘60s.
“My cousin, Bill Watson, is a songwriter. We decided to go to Nashville and check out what it takes to get a song recorded. That would have been in like, 1966 or 1967. We thought with some of his songs and my singing, we might get someone to listen. Of course, it was to no avail.”
But in 1974, one of Gene Watson’s small-label singles caught the ear of Capitol Records. He was an auto-body repairman and the featured performer at Houston’s Dynasty nightclub when the label picked up the steamy, sexual waltz “Love in the Hot Afternoon” for national distribution. It became the first of Gene Watson’s two-dozen top-10 hits in early 1975.
“Seems like my career just kind of happened accidentally,” says Gene. “It was purely unintentional. Music was just a sideline. I was going to be playing and singing no matter what line of work I was going to do. I never did really have any high expectations out of the music business. Even today, I never know what to expect from one day to the next.
“But there is one thing: As far as I know, I do have an impeccable reputation in the music business, and I wouldn’t take nothing for that. If anything in the world means ‘success’ to me, that right there does.”
Gene took no songwriting credit when he re-wrote the lyrics of 1979’s “Pick the Wildwood Flower” to make it an autobiographical song. Songwriter Lawton Williams was so grateful for Gene’s bravura performance of “Farewell Party” that he gave the singer his 1980 BMI Award for it.
Gene Watson quit drinking in 1980 and quit smoking in 1990. He underwent surgery and survived colon cancer in 2000-01. Through it all, he continued to record one critically applauded collection after another. He was inducted into the Texas Music Hall of Fame in 2002.
“It’s unbelievable to me that it’s been 50 years,” says Gene. “For most of those years, it seemed like it took everything I could do to keep working as steady as I needed to. Now that I’m older, it seems like everything comes to me without trying. I’m working more shows than I was 15 years ago.
“It’s quite a compliment. I think a lot of it is because there’s not too much of what I do around anymore. I think there is still such a hunger out there for traditional country music. So I’d like to stay out there as long as I’m able to do the job and do it well.
“Every time I step out on that stage and see that audience, it’s a new beginning. Even though I’ve sung these songs millions of times, I look at each one like it’s brand new to me. Every night, I try to deliver that song the best that I can.
“Being called a ‘Singer’s Singer’ humbles me. It’s flattering, but what I do is just what I do. The good Lord just gave me the voice.”
“The World’s Favorite Hobo” Legendary country music artist Boxcar Willieand his original hobo style of music will always be an important part of American history.His tales of travel and freedom of therails tell of a time gone by.
His son, Boxcar Willie Jr. is dedicated to the memory
ABOUT TOMMY HORTON
Tommy Horton is a “Texas Gentleman” who demonstrates talent of traditional country, gospel, and rockabilly music. Horton’s vocal, guitar picking’ and true southern charm has endeared him with everyone he meets.
Tommy was a member of the Big “D” Jamboree in Dallas and the Louisiana Hayride in Shreveport. He has toured and worked for some of country music’s top recording artists including Pretty Miss Norma Jean, Claude Gray, Tony Douglas, and Joe Paul Nichols and has performed in Canada and Europe. Tommy appeared on the Ernest Tubb’s Midnight Jamboree in Nashville, Tenn. and part of a show that appeared in theaters in Branson, Mo. toured the fair circuit throughout the Midwestern part of the U.S., and has also appeared on the RFD-TV Network. He has won numerous country music awards such as the prestigious Metroplex Country Music Assoc. Male Entertainer of the Year Award in Dallas and the Traditional Country Award at the Oklahoma Opry in OKC, Ok.
In 2006 Tommy was inducted into the Old Time Country Music Hall of Fame in Anita, Iowa and has been awarded a proclamation/resolution by the Oklahoma and Texas House of Representatives.
A tribute to the legendary Johnny Horton is a special segment of Tommy’s show. Songs like “Honky Tonk Man” and “The Battle of New Orleans” always brings back memories. He has several recording projects to his credit including a song he wrote, “The Surveyors of Texas”. This song along with the fact that Tommy made his living working as a surveyor has earned him the title…”The Singing Surveyor”
Johnny’s high energy show is perfect for all ages and kinds of occasions. His BUDDY AND BEYOND SHOW features the music of the one and only Buddy Holly as well as many other Rock N Roll artist of our generation such as Elvis, Richie Valens, Chuck Berry, Ray Charles, Big Bopper, Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash and many others…!
“Never has there been a collaboration of music from so many legends performed by one man”.
These are only a couple of the observations made by audiences today.
Also, Brent Weber of Fox News says, ”Johnny Rogers honors the men who created Rock and Roll!”
And then from Tommy Allsup, former guitarist for Buddy Holly (the one that lost the coin toss)“The best showman I’ve ever performed with!”
THIS SHOW SOLD OUT THE TEXAS OPRY THEATER!
WATCH FOR JOHNNY ROGERS TO RETURN IN DECEMBER
FOR A “ROCK-N-ROLL” CHRISTMAS SHOW!
This Show Sponsored By
Benefit Of The Parker
County Committee On Aging
“Meal On Wheels” Program.
PARKER COUNTY LIVE
JUNE 22, 2013 • 3:00 P.M. TIL 5:00 P.M.
Former Bassist for
Cadillac Johnson will be the
On the June 22nd Show!
PARKER COUNTY LIVE SHOW, SATURDAY, JUNE 22ND, 3:00 TO 5:00 P.M. features a new and different type of gospel music. If you like blues and jazz music you will absolutely LOVE this show! The REVEREND CADILLAC JOHNSON AND THE REVELATORS, Tickets are $15 and $10 for Seniors 60+.
Go to www.parkercountylive.org to purchase in advance or at the door.
Read more about the Rev. Cadillac Johnson, former bass player for ZZ TOP…
Born in Houston, Texas in 1951, Michael Cadillac Johnson began playing guitar at the age of 10. By age 14 he had switched to the bass guitar andbegan playing professionally. Cadillac started out at an early age playing in the rich blues and soul environment of Houston, Texas and in the Gulf Coast area. During these early years he also played with the great Lightnin ‘ Hopkins. Friend Billy Gibbons called upon Cadillac in 1969 to play bass guitar on an interim basis with ZZ TOP until Dusty Hill could move from Dallas to join the group. Billy is responsible for Cadillacs nickname. While performing with ZZ Top, Gibbons would introduce him as the Cadillac of Bass Players.
Cadillac has played with Johnny Winter and Uncle John Turner and recorded the only solo album Uncle John ever made with Johnny Winter. Cadillac and Uncle John left Charlie Helpenstiel’s band Ezra Charles, to form The Step Children with Alan Haynes, and record Alan’s first release Seventh Son, which also featured Johnny Winter.
In 1973 Cadillac moved to Ft. Worth to join Lou Ann Barton in her first band Rockola, which yielded an obscure release. In Ft. Worth he found a home at Robert Ealey’s New Bluebird Nite Club. Cadillac backed Robert Ealey for years, right up to Roberts passing in 2006. It was at the Blue Bird that Cadillac met Freddie Cisneros, whom he dubbed with the nickname Little Jr. One Hand. Cadillac and Freddie formed the infamous band The Blasting Caps, who still get together for an annual Texas tour.
Cadillac has been fortunate to share the stage with Chuck Berry, Bo Diddley, Stevie Ray and Jimmie Vaughn, Kim Wilson, Doyle Bramhall Sr., Omar Dykes, Cornell DuPree, Buddy Guy, BB King, Albert Collins, Sonny Landreth, Room Full of Blues and many others over the years.
Cadillac played with Ray Sharpe, who is the penman of Linda Lou, and became part of Johnnie Red and the Roosters who released In The Red Zone in 1996. He has been a staple in the Fort Worth blues scene as a journeyman bass player for many years, playing with Holland K. Smith, Dave Millsap, Buddy Whittington, Johnny Reno and the list goes on. Along with his Gospel/Blues project with the Revelators, he also plays bass for Guthrie Kennard, Blind Dog Cooley, and co-hosts a weekly jam with Dallas Blues great Hash Brown.
Battled by years of serious addiction, destructive living, and near fatal diseases, Cadillac has emerged healed, delivered and redeemed by the power of God. Ordained in 2002, Cadillac has now begun a ministry focusing on youth and those who need encouragement while battling and overcoming areas he himself has dealt with.
Music and Ministry remain the focus for Cadillac these days. He is often overheard telling folks, The best is yet to come. Knowing Cadillac, I believe he is right.
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For all of the residents of Weatherford and Parker County, Granbury and Hood County, and all other cities and counties surrounding the city of Granbury that attended the Granbury LIVE Theater that was located on the square in Granbury for nearly 10 years. The fabulous Granbury LIVE Band and all of the performers are coming to The Texas Opry Theater in Weatherford on May 18th at 7:30 p.m. for a big REUNION SHOW aptly titled 50′s & 60′s Class Reunion Concert. All of your favorites; Roger, Christian, Josh, Sean, Zac, Mike, Alecia, Kim, and Joe Tom will be there to perform one of the most popular shows from the Granbury LIVE Theater years.
This was a Sold Out Show!
This was a Sold Out Show!
This was a 3/4 Sold Out Show
February 23rd, 2013, 7:30 p.m.
JOHNNY CASH BIRTHDAY BASH TRIBUTE
“WALKIN’ THE LINE”
WITH BENNIE WHEELS AND THE
WALKIN’ THE LINE BAND
If You Were Fortunate Enough To Be Present At The New Year’s Eve Show
With Donny Edwards & Fever’s “The Next Best Thing To The King”
Then You Were Fortunate Enough To Experience Bennie Wheels
Authentic Tribute To Johnny Cash! See Bennie Wheels In His
Own 2 Hour Tribute Show To The Legendary Johnny Cash On
Saturday, February 23rd • 7:30 pm
BENNIE WHEELS–Lead Vocals
Bennie Wheels began his entertainment career as an Elvis Tribute Artist. Although successful, working for Dallas’ top look-a-like agencies, performing at countless corporate events, live concerts, private functions, and with many National contest wins (also a two time “Images of the King” World Competition Finalist), he soon realized that with 100,000+ acts, the Elvis Tribute business was an over-flooded market.
When the hit movie, “Walk The Line” came out, Bennie was drawn to the story and music of the Legendary Johnny Cash. Then, after touring Sun Records (Memphis, TN) in the Summer of 2006, he vowed to learn how to play the guitar that had collected dust in the corner of his office for so long, and give his best attempt as a Johnny Cash Tribute Artist. Instantly, Bennie realized that his vocal registry had an uncanny likeness to Johnny Cash in every way…even his normal speaking voice. And even from the first moment Bennie hit the stage as “Johnny Cash”, it was perfectly clear how natural his tribute to The Man in Black came to him.
Bennie is proud to have his actual wife, RENEE’ WHEELS, performing as “June Carter” in his act. Renee’ looks and sounds incredibly like June, herself. And Bennie & Renee’ share the same kind of love and chemistry that the Legendary Duo of Johnny & June had together onstage. Their act is second-nature to them…the closest and most authentic illusion to the real thing that anyone will ever witness.
Originally from San Diego, CA, Dave Ervin is practically a life-long musician, playing everything from Christian Praise to Classic Rock. He has also worked with various cover projects, consisting of pop and light rock. He has taken his talents throughout California and Utah. Currently, Dave resides in Coppell, TX. He is the director of the praise team at his Church, lead guitar for Dallas based Celtic group, “Brothers 3″, and recently in 2007, has joined “Walkin’ The Line”, taking on the tribute to the “Boom-Chicka-Boom” style of Luther Perkins.
From Rockabilly to Western Swing to Blues, Franchot Johnston has been playing Doghouse Standup Bass the old fashioned way…slappin’ gut strings ‘til his hands bleed! Franchot has torn up the Texas Rockabilly scene for many years, performing covers and originals with many local and touring Artists. Franchot not only contributes the awesome visual effect of the stand-up bass, but also the talent and natural charisma to serve justice to his tribute to Marshall Grant.
Martin McCall has been fortunate to perform with many greats in the music field, such as: Larry Coryell (World-renowned guitarist), Mark O’Connor (Three-time National fiddle and mandolin champion and member of the famed “Dixie Dreggs”), Patrice Pike (“Little Sister”), Chuck Rainey (“Steely Dan”), and Brad Houser (“Edie Brickell & The New Bohemians”). Martin was also drummer for Jerry LaCroix, who wrote and performed on Edgar Winter’s “White Trash” album, and was also a member of the “Blood, Sweat & Tears” horn section. Martin brings a multitude of versatility and experience to the table, and “Walkin’ The Line” is proud to have him aboard. With his acute attention to detail, Martin McCall easily does justice to his tribute to W.S. Holland.
Incidentally, W.S. “Fluke” Holland has personally expressed his pride in the way “Walkin’ The Line” authentically recreates the legendary sounds of Johnny Cash & The Tennessee Three.
February 9, 2013
Watch for Information on the Next NEW Monthly Show Coming To
The Texas Opry Theater
PARKER COUNTY “LIVE”
• The Websters • Mike and Elizabeth Edmonson
• Piano Stylings of Jerry McMahon • Jerry Carter
• Wanda Shantz • The Crosstones • Brady Gray
• Lauren Lambert • Terri Lynn
• The Parker County LIVE Band
coming soon for
PARKER COUNTY LIVE!
Send us your promotional material, EPK,
to be scheduled for an audition to
Mr. Don Webster at firstname.lastname@example.org
BLUEGRASS GOSPEL TOUR COMING JANUARY 5TH, 2013!
Donny Edwards, internationally recognized, award winning Elvis tribute artist, teams up with Fever-the ultimate tribute band, for a night of the memorable music of the King of Rock & Roll. Donny maintains a performance of incredible authenticity as he performs each era of the king’s inspiring career. From the early rock ‘n’ roll years of the 50′s to the 60′s movie hits to the historic 1968 comeback special to the legendary Vegas years of the 1970s. We’re keeping the music alive with this special tribute to Elvis Presley!
Announcing The Texas Opry Theater’s pre-Christmas Show on
Saturday, December 8, ’12 at 2:30 p.m. ONLY!
Take a break from Christmas Shopping and come enjoy with your family, friends and Holiday Guest a great afternoon show with TWO great Real Country Music Entertainer’s
The Lovely Miss Leona Williams and her son Ron Williams.
Along with our own Jerry Carter, Mike and Elizabeth Edmonson and the Texas Opry Band. Advance tickets available online at www.texasoprytheater.com or by phone at
ELEVEN HUNDRED SPRINGS
with Weatherford’s Own
THE SOUTHERN HERITAGE BAND
Tickets On Sale Now!
$20 In Advance • $25 At The Door
September 14, 2012 • 7:30 p.m.
SEPT. 14, 7:30P.M.
ELEVEN HUNDRED SPRINGS
Listening to any effort from Eleven Hundred Springs is like having your cool uncle pull out his favorite albums. Matt Hillyer and crew have that old-school country sound down. When the band started up way back in 1998, some folks thought it was just guys imitating the sounds of Merle Haggard, George Jones and Hank Williams, but over the course of nine albums, Eleven Hundred Springs have evolved into a tight unit of true believers. Songs like “I’m a S.O.B. (When I’m S-O-B-E-R)” and “Hard Work Just Ain’t Working Anymore” are not imitative of the band’s influences. They are authoritative narratives of rural America.
THE SOUTHERN HERITAGE BAND
The Southern Heritage Band is an energetic group that plays a wide variety of music, including oldies, rock, standards, blues and country and the pride of Weatherford, Texas. They play everything from George Strait to ZZ Top to Patsy Cline to Rod Stewart to Eric Clapton and many many more.
The Southern Heritage Band is an award winning 5 piece band that has been playing together for over 10 years, the band is made up of some of the best professional musicians in the North Texas area. They have been nominated “Entertainer of the Year”, “Club Band of the Year”, “Female Artist of the Year” by the Terry Association. The Lead Singer is a “National Talent Search Finalist” and a “Female Horizon Winner” by the Lone Star Music Association. Each Member has over 25 years of “Professional” playing experience.
The Donny Edwards Show Saturday night June 16th was a total sell-out at the Texas Opry Theater in Weatherford, Tx. Donny, Wayne and the Fever Band put on a FABULOUS SHOW and the crowd was very very happy. About 2/3 of the 475 attendees were from out of town, most everyone dined in our restaurants before and after the show and many stayed overnight in our hotels. Donny and the crew will be back in about 8 months to do it again. Watch for post here on Facebook for the next event coming to The Opry soon.
Another Sucessful Show at
TEXAS OPRY THEATER
May 26, 2012, 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, January 28, 2012
and His Big Western Swing Band
Throughout his successful and award winning career this dynamic entertainer has gained the respect of his peers while mesmerizing his audiences with each performance. His talents as a performer are unsurpassed as recently exemplified upon his induction in to the Texas Western Swing Hall of Fame, 2004 Male Vocalist of The Year by the Academy of Western Artists and newly appointed 2005 Cadillac sponsorship.
Dave has performed and recorded with the biggest names in country music such as George Strait, Toby Keith and LeAnn Rimes while carving out his own stellar career in the music industry. The three time GRAMMY nominee remains as one of the nation’s top selling western artists.
Alexander has been recognized as having created the finest Western Big Band ever assembled to deliver his overwhelming performances. His star performers include guitar great Tommy Nash, formerly of the Dixie Chicks, three time World Champion, Randy “Snuffy” Elmore on Fiddle and five time GRAMMY award winner Cindy Cashdollar on Steel Guitar. These great musicians combined with his incomparable horn section make up the finest musical ensemble on the road today. On many occasions Alexander will be joined by the great Legends of Western Swing, such as seven-time CMA Instrumentalist Of The Year, Johnny Gimble, along with Texas Playboys Billy Briggs, Bobby Boatright and Leon Rausch.
As a former member of the Texas Playboys himself, Alexander combines the heritage and success of yesterday’s great western music with the fever and excitement of his own compositions and today’s hottest musicians. The results remain unprecedented. As a writer Dave’s compositions can be recognized from the rodeo arena of the NFR in Las Vegas to the football stadiums of the Dallas Cowboys or The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.
Dave Alexander is no stranger to the road or rodeo. Last year in addition to his touring schedule, Dave and his golden palomino Missy made more than one hundred personal appearances at some of the largest professional rodeos in the country.
“It’s simply the best way I know to get my music to my people”, says Alexander. “Western music is an important part of the cowboy world, and that world will always include riding and rodeo.” he adds.
Dave is also very active in radio, television and film. His television ads for Chevrolet, GMC and Cadillac can be seen throughout Texas as he continues to honor a corporate sponsorship package for over five years.
He can be heard across the country on a nationally syndicated Radio Program as guest host of “The World of Western Swing”. A new radio show currently sweeping the nation as it brings to life the fun and exciting sounds of Western Music.
His latest feature film, “The Hi Low Country” includes music written, arranged and performed by Dave with such artists as Willie Nelson and Marty Stuart. This film later received a Western Heritage Award from the National Cowboy Hall of Fame.
Saturday, November 12, ’11
WORLD PREMIER TRIBUTE TO ELVIS!
With KRAIG PARKER AND
THE ULTIMATE TRIBUTE BAND “FEVER”
Saturday, November 12, ’11- WORLD PREMIER TRIBUTE TO ELVIS! With KRAIG PARKER
AND THE ULTIMATE TRIBUTE BAND “FEVER”
RELIVE THE MAGIC OF ELVIS PRESLEY
Experience the golden years of the King in Las Vegas,
with Kraig Parker’s Ultimate Tribute To Elvis Presley.
RELIVE THE MAGIC OF ELVIS PRESLEY
Experience the golden years of the King in Las Vegas,
with Kraig Parker’s Ultimate Tribute To Elvis Presley.