Fundraiser/Benefit for the Midnite Jamboree. Tribute show, raffles, 50/50s, dance floor, food/beverages, etc. Enjoy traditional country music!
10 Trip to The Holy Land
The Ernest Tubb Midnight Jamboree
CMA Week Concert featuring The Bloodlines Tour & 100 Birthday Party for Ernest Tubb
Smoky Mountain Cowboy Church
Sounds Like: Ernest Tubb, Johnny Cash, George Jones - The Possum, Hank Williams Jr., Hank Williams
Label: Porter Street Records
Manager: Johnny Mack 615-589-4179 Johnny Mack Music.com
Bio: Hank Williams Sr's wife, Audrey found lyrics that were left behind by Hank after he passed away She gave the lyrics to Glenn who she thought would finish the song as Hank would have the song is "Heartbroken Forsaken and Alone"
Glenn wrote more than 50 Hit Songs for over 2 dozen Super Stars Ar...See Full Bio
“The story behind the song began when Glenn was approached in 1958 by Hank's first wife, Audrey, who told him that she had found some old lyrics of Hanks that he never finished writing. She asked Glenn, who was a big fan of Hanks, to finish writing the lyrics and to come up with a Hank Williams’ style melody for the song. Although Glenn was young at the time, he had already written songs for Johnny Cash, Kitty Wells, Ernest Tubb, Hawkshaw Hawkins, and others. George Jones had just taken two of Glenn's songs to record. But the main reasons Audrey chose Glenn were because she knew that Glenn sang a lot of Hank's songs on his personal appearances and that he would probably come closer to finishing the song as Hank would have wanted. Glenn waited until he had written more songs for Johnny Cash, (Home of The Blues) George Jones, Bob Dylan, Tammy Wynette, Tennessee Ernie and many others before he attempted to finish writing the song Hank had started. In 1974, he was living in Tucson, Arizon”