The 60th Anniversary of the Television Series, Gunsmoke. A celebration and tribute to the Western Life and the Greatest, Longest Running Western series EVER!!
40th Annual National Old-Time Country, Bluegrass & Folk Music Festival! Gary Lee will be receiving the "Classic Country CD of The Year" award and performing on Monday and Tuesday evenings on the Main Stage!
Gary Lee Tolley & Friends will be closing up the Hampshire County Fair Week with a Big Show on Saturday Night!! Gary Lee Tolley was a spokesperson for the Welcome Home to West Virginia Campaign, Winner of a 2009 GrIndie, and Winner of the 2015 "Classic Country Album of The Year" from the Rural Roots Music Commission!! Gary has performed as far away as Las Vegas at the Palace Station Casino and Nashville Tn. He has also performed on stages and County Fairs all around Wv and Virginia. His Smooth Vocal style is sure to impress you, so make it a date to attend the 2015 Hampshire County Fair!!
JULY 27, 2015 2 ½ Hour Dinner Cruiseon the Beautiful Ohio River Board at Point Pleasant Riverfront Park around 630pm, Depart 7:00 pm, Return 9:30 pm ENTERTAINMENT - GARY LEE TOLLEY Singing Country, Beach, Boogie Woogie Great music for Dancing or Listening! BUFFET DINNER TICKETS : ADULT $50.00 KIDS (4-12) $25.00 HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE Tickets for sale at Point Pleasant River Museum 304-674-0144
Welcome to the Port Royal Virginia 4th Of July Celebration! Street Festival, Beer Garden, Reading of the Declaration of Independence and MUSIC! Period Demonstrations from Revolutionary and Civil War Era's.
Sounds Like: The Bellamy Brothers, Marty Robbins, Dean Martin
Label: Parrott Records
Manager: Gary Lee Tolley
Bio: Gary Lee Tolley
Gary Lee continues to play Great Shows, Most recently Gary was asked repeatedly to keep playing on the Belle of Cincinnati Dinner Cruise! This year Gary is performing at the 60th Anniversary of the Television Show Gunsmoke in Dodge City Kansas!! Gary has been asked to perform t...See Full Bio
“Being asked to perform the theme song from one of his all-time favorite Westerns was humbling. Being asked to sing in front of fans who loved “Gunsmoke,” actors who were on the set and the family of the show’s late star was downright intimidating. But Gary Lee Tolley, a King George County resident who has made records in Nashville, put on his cowboy hat and got through the “daunting” experience. He was in Dodge City, Kan., last month to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the TV series, which ran from 1955 to 1975. All the attendees were great fans of the show, and it was a real thrill to see them enjoying the moment. The applause at the end of the song was fantastic! He was especially touched to hear from family members of James Arness, the tall actor who towered over TV sets—and the bad guys—as his character, Marshal Matt Dillon, kept law and order in the rough-and-tumble town of the Old West. The two-day anniversary included panel discussions, a rodeo and lots of time fo”