Larry’s Grand Ole Garage Bluegrass Music Park is located at 549 East Maple Street, Madison, Tennessee 37115. THIS IS A LIVE RECORDING AND TRIBUTE TO THE WRITING TALENTS OF WILL CLEMENTS..
Will Clements Tribute Concert A tribute to songwriter and singer, Will Clements, Oct. 12 2014 at Larry's Grand Ole Garage Bluegrass Music Park, Madison TN. 1:30 pm free admission. This will be a LIVE RECORDING Concert Tour:
Terri Lynn Opens For DAVID TYLER. my set will start and 7 PM .it will end with a new cowrite withh Chad Mayben I will be performing for the very first time.
Songwriters: bring their Nashville numbers charts And get an original song and one of WILL CLEMENTS on stage with a pro band. . artist looking for traditional songs to record this is the day.
Kevin Kathey, road manager, drummer, band leader;Jamie Bowles and Billy Anderson, keys,Chris Beckerdite lead
Sounds Like: Nina Simone, Janis Joplin, Melissa Manchester, Kay Starr, Billie Holiday
Label: Next Exit Music
Manager: Kevin Kathey, EPOC Bookings
Bio: born and raised in Music city I went backstage at the Grand Ole Opry at age 5. hosted Nashville's only Writer 's Night with Chart Band for over 11 years. had the pleasure over the years of sharing the stage with AN ARRAY OF ARTISTS FROM :SHIRLEY KING, TO CHARLIE LOUVIN & EVEN MONTGOMERY & GENTRY...See Full Bio
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“TERRI LYNN TAKES CENTER STAGE Terri Lynn slinks into the stage light sliding, swaying, purring, growling, draped in glitter and sequins,a sexy creature.she commands the presence of a preacher,a poet,politician,but mainly a star. Terri Lynn transports the crowd to Harlem in the 1920's,a street corner in New Orleans,a shack in the muddy Delta,delivering music too complex to be fenced by labels.too smart to be blues, and too emotional to be jazz. Reflecting the band performance was chilling,erotic and passionate.Terri Lynn's voice spiraled from lusty sighs to desperate,gravely howls.With the attitude of Aretha Franklin, the deeply moody notes of Billie Holiday, and the southern flavor of Patsy Cline”