VIP includes: 4-top table $100, Reserved best-in-house seating, Private table, 1 drink ticket per person, One special request/dedication per-table for inclusion in a musical medley (Deadline December 1), Recognition in the program (Deadline December 1)
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A member of the Country Music Hall Of Fame
There are numerous super-session musicians in Nashville, but very few with the longevity of Charlie McCoy. In addition to being a fixture in Nashville studios for 48 years, he also has his own recording career going full tilt. (He has recorded 35 solo albums.) He served as the music director for eighteen years for the syndicated television series, Hee Haw.
Charlie was given the Musician's award from the Reunion Of Professional Entertainers in 1994, elected to the German-American Country Music Hall Of Fame in 1998, The Hall Of Fame of the North American Country Music Association International in 2000, the International Musicians Hall Of Fame and the Old Time Country Music Hall of fame in 2007, and the West Virginia Music Hall Of fame in 2008.
One of Nashville's most versatile musicians, John England works most frequently as a singing guitarist and bandleader. John has performed or recorded with stars like Loretta Lynn, the Pointer Sisters, Andy Griggs, Carrie Newcomer, Darlene Love, Trace Adkins, Pam Tillis, and Rodney Crowell, among many others. He's played venues ranging from the Waldorf-Astoria to the Grand Ole Opry, Billy Bob's (Ft. Worth, TX) to the Royal Albert Hall (London, England).
Richard Griffin has shared the stage with some of the finest musicians in the jazz and pop world. Lonnie Smith, Tom Browne, Noel Pointer, Victor Wooton, The Memphis Horns, Steve Cropper, Millie Jackson, B.T. Express, Sister Sledge, Jeff Coffin and Kirk Whalum, just to name a few. Richard is the Director of Bands and Jazz Studies at the Nashville School of the Arts. He is also a proud member of the 129th Army National Guard Band, in which he conducts the jazz ensemble and is the drum major of the marching band.
Forget what you think you know about the ukulele – this little instrument can really swing! The Ukedelics (all-ukulele band) have been entertaining the Nashville area for almost ten years: bringing ukulele fun to clubs, theaters, private parties, corporate events and – yes – Music for Seniors’ audiences in seven counties! This energetic group, led by Todd Elgin, is sure to delight!
A true traveling troubadour, logging thousands of miles year round performing shows in cities all across the US. She is currently promoting her latest 2 CD’s. “Bare Bones”, a collaboration with rockabilly legend, Billy Hancock, was released June of 2014, and “Ukeabilly Mama”, was released in August of 2014. She is a stage actress, works as an extra in movies, music videos and TV including every season of “Nashville”.