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Saturday, Aug 18, 2012 7:30 PM EDT (6:30 PM Doors)
The Outpost Opry Variety Show
Saturday, Aug 18, 2012 7:30 PM EDT
- Saturday, Aug 18, 2012 9:30 PM EDT
Nashville In The Country, Dallas, GA
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Feat. Darren Rhodes and Deby Kelley
-ARISEN FEMALE ARTIST OF THE YEAR 2006
-NOMINATION TOP 40 GLOBAL ARTIST OF THE YEAR 2007
-NOMINATED INDIE ARTIST OF THE YEAR 2007
-COVER OF THE INDIE ISLANDS MAGAZINE 2007
-#1 in TOP 20 SONGS for ROCKIN RODEO RADIO MARCH 2008
-#1 FEMALE TOP 20 SONGS for RADIO MUSICIAN MUSIC 2011
-FEMALE VOCALIST OF 2011 INDEPENDENT COUNTRY MUSIC ARENA GCR
-INDEPENDENT ARTIST HALL OF FAME 2012 GCR
-NOMINATED MOST INDIE FRIENDLY DJ ICMA 2012
"I am a distant Cousin to Ms Patsy Cline and I hope someday to be able to follow in her foot steps and become a well known Female Country Artist. My Goal for me right now is to make my way to the Grand Ole Opry and stand center stage with the spirit, heart and souls of the past, present and future artist. I will not stop until I have reached this goal."
Performed on the Kissimmee Opry Show in Kissimmee, Florida in the early 90's.
Appeared on the Country Boy Eddy Show, a local TV show based in Birmingham, Alabama. I also performed at the Alabama Country Music Association near Cullman, Alabama.
On March 18, 2001, Darren performed with Grand Ole Opry Star, Ernie Ashworth, at the Holiday Inn Select in Nashville, TN. This performance was to benefit the Children's Rights Council (CRC). Darren's song, "Jesse Told Becky Goodbye," appeared on a compilation CD along with music by Ernie Ashworth.
About the show:
The "Outpost Opry Variety Show" is a family fun field night of entertainment for all ages. Your Hosts Joey Garland and Raquel Rae along with the "MAJOR DOGS" house band musicians include Hall of Fame members Mike Brookshire, Bill Ferguson, and Jerry Braswell. The “Outpost Opry show” is somewhat like the famous Grand Ole Opry with a little taste of a Branson MO style show and a pinch of Hee-Haw on top. You will find the cousin of Mayberry's famous rock thrower Ernest T. Bass, comedian William H. Bass making you laugh. You will find something for everyone. It's not just country music it's Bluegrass, Gospel and sometimes Southern Rock. Come join us at 7:00 PM. Admission at the door is $10.00. You can purchase your tickets at the door or at www.ticketweb.com to insure you get a seat. Call us with your comments or questions we want to hear from you. See you at the show.
Call - 770-942-4363