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The global COVID-19 pandemic has claimed the lives of Joe Diffie, John Prine, Bill Mack, Bobby Jonz, Bill Pusell and Charley Pride. Other stars who have suffered heavy losses include Kenny Rogers, McDavis, KT Oslin, Jan Howard, Jerry Jeff Walker, Charlie Daniels, Hal Ketchum, Doug Supernaw, Luo Yi Hyde and Rod Hyde and Harold Reid of the Stanler brothers.
The songwriting community said goodbye to Billy Joe Shaver, David Olney, Eddie Setser and Alex Harvey. Gary McSpadden of gospel music, jazz superstar Jim Williamson and rock superstar Little Richard also died.
The music industry has been hit particularly hard. Dick Whitehouse, Fuzzy Irving, Stan Bird, Gary Walker, Sam Howard, Ray Pennington and Walter Miller have all passed away in the past year.
Here are the roll-calls to many people who say goodbye.
, 68 years old this year, passed away on January 6.
Director of the concert industry. In 1994, he started at Pace Concerts in Nashville as the production manager of Starwood Amphitheater. Served as southeast road manager, performance promoter and stage manager. In the 1990s, he toured with Oaks, Brooks & Dunn, Alabama, National Development Bank, Marty Stuart, Toby, Brad and others. The stage manager of Volunteer Jam lasted for ten years and participated in more than 20 FarmAid concerts. Event managers of Nissan, TPAC, TJ Martell, Warner, and Panelli Awards. Launched New Year's Eve guitar pendant for Hard Rock Cafe. Participated in the Irish Music City Music Festival and Music City Jazz Festival.
, Now 83 years old, died on January 10.
Record distributor, broadcast supervisor, songwriter, industry news reporter. Dinah Shore wrote "So Dear to My Heart" (1948). In the 1950s, he became the creator of the record on the coral label (Buddy Holly, Debbie Reynolds, Rosemary Clooney, etc.). Worked at Harmon, Kapp Records (United Artists, Harmon) (1958-68). As an independent organization, the "Harper Valley PTA" was promoted to the first place (1968). In the 1970s in the Capitol (Ronstadt, Steve Miller Band, McCartney, etc.), the Atlantic (Aretha), Bette Midler (Bette Midler) , China Southern Airlines & Yanni Zeppelin (Zeppelin, etc.) return the label. Head of Talent Acquisition at Westwood One (1981-84). Head of Artist Relations of Entertainment Broadcasting Network (1985-93), booked "Countryline USA". Director of Nashville Trade Publications Bureau
(1994-96). Join the ABC Broadcasting Network (1996-99). Return to record promotions, representing Warner's comedy performance. FM Entertainment (2000-08) was established to book an interview for the morning show.
Died on January 14.
Chief Executive Officer of Curb Records. It began to carry labels when it was launched in 1964. Signed Sawyer Brown, Lyle Lovett, Desert Rose Band, The Judds, Junior Brown and others in Curb.
, 90 years old this year, passed away on January 14.
Wrote "Don't Be Angry", which was the top ten singles of 1964 by his brother Stonewall Jackson. Billy "Crash" Craddock redeemed his small achievement in 1973, and then Donna Fargo returned to the Top Ten in 1977. Thousands of songwriters. Guitar, violin, harmonica, mandolin and other instrument players. (Full name: Waymond D. Jackson).
, Now 75 years old, died on January 15.
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, a multi-instrument player, released the popular LP Uncle Charlie and his dog Teddy (1970). In singles Bojangles", "The House of Pooh's Corner", "Shelley's Blues" and the movie "Paint Your Wagon" (1969). Also supports Ronstadt, James Taylor, Sonny & Cher, Helen Reddy, etc. The band takes kaleidoscope and solo LP.
, Now 71 years old, died on January 18.
Nashville singer-songwriter. With the arrangement of "Black Betty", he made his preliminary mark in the Simpson band. Nashville's first impact was as the head of The X-Rays (1978-85), the founding band of the urban alternative rock band. Become a famous figure in the Americana movement through more than 20 albums. Also performed and recorded in the Nashville Water Tank Band. His songs are sung by Emmylou, Steve Earle, Joe Ely, Del McCoury, Cash, Tim O'Brien, James King, Ronstadt, Slaid Cleaves, Lonnie Brooks and other singers. Gripping, a live theater performer, is well-known in European and American folk tours. The Memphis Opera House adapted some songs for the drama "August Light". Performed at the Nashville Shakespeare Festival. Has opened performances for Bonnie Raitt, Kristofferson, Nanci Griffith and Elvis Costello. He has published reviews in "New York Times", "Stereo Review", "USA Today", "Los Angeles Times", "Miami Herald", "Philadelphia Inquirer" and other magazines. Died in a stage performance at the Florida 30A Songwriter Festival.
, 86 years old, died on January 21.
1972-2006, editor of "Entertainment Business" magazine. Tennessee Sports Writer (1958-72). Race announcer at the Nashville Motor Speedway in the 1970s. Columnist for Outdoor Entertainment Enterprise Association (2007-2019). Member of the American Hall of Honor Performers Alliance, member of the International Association of Independent Actors Hall of Fame.
, Now 63 years old, died on January 24.
Former hairstylist, personal assistant, property manager, travel coordinator for Dolly. The widow of drummer Martin Parker (1952-2015) is famous for his collaborations with Vince, Skaggs, Patty, Alison and others.
, 85 years old, died on January 26.
The last surviving member of the original Kingston Trio. The folk band topped the pop chart with the Appalachian folk song "Tom Dooley" (1958) and won the first Country Grammy Award.
77 years old, died on January 27.
Nashville’s songwriters have contributed to “Seven Spanish Angels” (Willie & Ray Charles), “Weekend Friends” (Con Hunley), “Don’t Look Back” (Gary Morris), “Forget Me” (Bellamys) and “Mrs Why "Why" (Morris), "Let the music cheer you up" (Reba), "After those years" (Oak), "Love the last moment you were not seen by me" (John Schneider), "Everything Gone" (Morris), "Country Girl" (Schneider), "I have the heart of rock" (Clapton), "Farm Down" (Proud), "If I didn't have any pride" (John Bay Inside), it’s not real” (Mark Gray), “Country Until I Die” (John Anderson), “But I Will” (Faith). Worked for the R&B band The Dapps on King Records. The song was also written by Aretha , 4 tops, Rod Stewart, Delbert, Rita Coolidge, Etta James, Isaac Hayes and Country Hall of Fame members Conway, Brenda, Merle, Randy, Waylon, Alabama, Cash, Jones, Don Williams, Glen Campbell editing.
, Now 70 years old, died on January 29.
Folk music co-author, co-producer
(1967), an important turning point in gospel music. (Full name: Wallace·Edward·Len·Little)
, 88 years old this year, passed away on January 31.
Fiddler with Benny & Vallie Cain, Joe Sacra, Bluegrass Buddies and his band The Sensations. Rebel recording artist. Former Virginia Violin Championship champion.
, Now 81 years old, died on February 3.
One of the earliest female DJs in Nashville (1955, WLAC). Miss Tennessee USA was crowned as a print and runway fashion model in the 1960s. Established his own American Model Institute (1980) and American Model, Actor and Actor (AMAX) (1990) business. Known as "the model maker of the South". A spokesperson for the Easter Seal Foundation, active on many other charity committees.
73 years old, died on February 4.
Steel guitarist for the new rider of the Purple Sage. It is famous for its popular works in "Panama Red", "Whiskey", "Gypsy Cowboy" and other bands.
, 56 years old, died on February 6.
Co-owner of LGBTQ+ friendly night show The Tribe and Play.
, 69 years old, died on February 11.
The drummers of Bob Pierce and the Voice of Nashville (1966-72) and Bob Ruman's band (1972-76) are the works of lifelong friend Buddy Cannon (Buddy Cannon). Participate in the performance with Cal Smith, Ray Price, Dr. Hook, Buddy Emmons, Joe Carter, Tompall Glaser, Dean Dillon and others. "I want to know who is holding my baby" co-authored with white people in 1983, this is the top ten hits of white people.
, Now 87 years old, died on February 12.
Willie is Nelson's drummer and long-term friend. Willie's songs "Me and Paul" (1985) and "The Devil in a Sleeping Bag" (1973) live forever.
, Aged 69, died on February 12.
Banjo player competing on TV
Only 11 years old. Later worked in the Bluegrass band of the Powell Brothers, Larry Sparks, Harley Allen and Wendy Miller.
, 54 years old, died on February 14.
Country singer with CD
(2007). Host a TV show
(Athlete Channel). Performer of CMA Music Festival. The child committed suicide after allegations of sex.
, Aged 79, died on February 15.
The old banjo player, co-founded the famous and influential revival band Highwoods String Band. Very popular at Rounder Records and festivals in the 1970s. Later in the Backwoods band (1980s), Woodshed All-Stars (1990s) both performed on Rounder.
, Now 78 years old, died on February 26.
A trumpeter who has led the Nashville Jazz Orchestra for 25 years. He has performed for Aretha, BB, Randy Brecker, Michael McDonald, Reba, Mavericks, Delbert, Boots, etc. band. The performance is seductive, with four tops, Lee Greenwood, Dinah Shore, Andy Williams, Augustus, etc.
, At the age of 96, died on March 1.
The R&B/Soul Music Disc Jockey on WVOL and WSOK is called "Blabber Mouth" Bey.
, Now 83 years old, died on March 7.
Since 1970, he has been the drummer of Merle Haggard band The Strangers. A name check was performed in the name of the LP instrument "Biff Bam Boom".
(1970). An influential "double shuffle" innovator in the field of country music. Strangers in Clint Eastwood Movies
(1980). Investment activities before the original soundtrack
(1967). Performed with Bobby Bare, Roger Miller, Bob Wills, etc.
, Now 62 years old, died on March 9.
Broadcasting engineer for WSMV channel 4.
, Now 71 years old, died on March 13.
Nashville banjo luthier and musician. Created the banjo for Scott Vestal. Play with the Reno brothers.
, Now 86 years old, died on March 14.
Brenda Lee's popular single "Emotions" co-authored with Mel Tillis in 1961. He also co-authored "Nine Men's Tears" for Sue Thompson (1961), Eddy Arnold (1964), and "Moe Bandy" (1978). He has released independent records in NRS, Safari, Silver Dollar, Nashco, SunJay, Stomper Time and other countries for a long time, and is depicted as "The King of Oak Street" (1985) and "One Time Thing" (1988). More than 25 albums have been released.
, 57 years old, died on March 16.
Guitarist for the country band Sixwire, which recorded "Look at Me Now" and "Way Too Deep" on Warner in 2002. The band later became a TV series
. Previously worked as a soloist at Carlyle Records on CD
, MTM screenwriter, Brothers Phelps lead guitarist Randy Travis.
, 91 years old, died on March 18.
1980-98. Co-founder of the public broadcaster Osborn Communications, 1989-97.
, At the age of 94, died on March 19.
Worker at Sinking Creek Film Festival, film production assistant, poet, essayist, theater actor, and song collaborator with Nashville jazz master WO Smith (1917-1991). Co-founder of the annual Whitland Avenue celebration on July 4th (1977).
, Now 81 years old, died on March 20.
Pop/country superstar. Inductee of the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2013. 15 nominations won three Grammy Awards. He became a CMA male singer in 1979 and became an annual duo in 1978 and 1979 with Duttie West. More than 100 million copies were sold. He has drawn 77 country singles and released more than 65 albums. From "scholar" and "solo" became popular (1958, "that crazy feeling"). Recorded for Columbia Records in the jazz group Bobby Doyle Three (1962). Worked for Kirby Stone Four in New Christie Munster in the 1960s. The first edition released in 1967-75 was named "Just Droped In" (1968) and "But You Know I Love You" (1969). "Ruby Don't Bring Your Love to Town" (1969), "Something Burns" (1970) and joint TV show
(1972). Country solo career began with "Lucille" (1977, CMA Song & Single, Grammy, Golden Record). Other popular songs include "Friends in the Day" (1977), "Love or something like that" (1978), "The Gambler" (1978, Grammy), "She Believes in Me" (1979, Gold), "You Decorate "My Life"" (1979), "County Cof" (1980, Gold Award), "Lady" (1980, Gold Award), "Love Will Make You Turn Around" (1982), "Crazy" (1985), "Morning Desire" (1985)), "Buy Me a Rose" (2000). Cooperated with Dottie West (1932-1991) to produce "Every Time Two Fools Collide" (1978) , "I am not anyone tonight" (1978), "I only need you" (1979), "What are we" Doin'in Love" (1981), etc. The duet with Dolly Parton includes "Island in the Stream" (1983, Platinum), "Real Love" (1985), "You Can't Can Old Friends" (2013) and other duet partners Jin Ka Kim Carnes (1980, "Don’t Fall in Love with the Dreamer"), Sheena Easton (Sheena Easton), "We Tonight" (1983), Ronnie Milsap (Ronnie Milsap, In 1987, "Grammy: Make No Mistakes").
The most popular singer of all time in 1986. Starred in five
TV movie plus
Wait, photographers with museum exhibitions and books
(1987). Other books
(2013). The philanthropist helped Pioneer organize "We are the world" (1985, 4 times more platinum, multiple Grammy Awards). Specialty restaurant: Kenny Rogers (Kenny Rogers) toaster. Music Star Walkway staged and All-Star Tribute Concert 2017. autobiography:
, Now 80 years old, died on March 20.
Bluegrass guitarist, mandolinist, resonator guitarist, singer. Recorded LP with his band Big River Boys
, Now 80 years old, died on March 22.
A musician at the New York concert, he won the Grammy Award (1973) for his film and won the "Dueling Banjos" (Dueling Banjos),
. Started with the career of Greenbrier Boys (1958-59), then Tarriers (1960-65), Blue Velvet Band (1969). Bob Dylan, head of recording studio, Frankie Valli, Jim Croce, Art Garfunel, Crane West Brothers (Clancy Brothers), Billy Joel (Billy Joel), Melanie (Melanie), Doc Watson (Watson), Judy Collins (Judy Collins), John Denver (John Denver), Tom · Paxton (Tom Paxton), Lawton Wainwright III, Rich Havens, Nancy Griffith, Bate Midler, Barbra Streisand, Herbie Mann, Sha Na Na, Earl Klugh, B, J, Thomas, Willie Nelson, Burt Bacharach, Starland Vocal Band, Buffy Sainte Marie, Ian & Sylvia, Jean Ritchie, Leon Redbone, Blood sweat and tears, etc.
, At the age of 94, died on March 22.
Supporter of the Nashville Masters Violin Championship. He and his wife Dorothy own the Fiddlers BBQ restaurant, which is Opry,
And many stars.
, 56 years old, died on March 22.
Roy Clark has been a banjo player for 25 years. Appeared multiple times
and many more. Own band: Grass. At the age of 10, he was the national banjo champion.
, Now 75 years old, died on March 25.
Music distributor, songwriter, musician, business executive. Ray Stevens' brother wrote songs for him, hosted performances, conducted business management, appeared in videos, and supervised merchandise sales. Former MCA music.
, Now 91 years old, died on March 28.
Singer and lyricist, once known as one of the "Mrs. Ole Ole Opry" and a senior actor on the show. Recorded 15 albums 1960-1986. There are 30 titles on the charts, including the solo album "With You" (1960), "Bad Seed" (1966) and Grammy nominated "Evil Mind" (1966) and "My Son" (1968). Duo partner Bill Anderson's popular works include "For Love" (1967), "If Everything Is the Same" (1969), "One Day We Are Together" (1970), and "Unsatisfied" (1971) ). Tammy, Carters, Cash's harmony singer ("Daddy Sang Bass" in 1969, singing "Mang sang tenor"), as well as "Sky Ghost Riders", "Gone Girl", "I Will Rock and Roll", etc.). 1957-67 Married to Country Music Hall of Fame songwriter Harlan Howard (1927-2002). Started his career on the West Coast. Recorded Harlan's 1958-59 "Pick me up on the road" and "I wish I could fall in love". Both are later national standards. Duets 1958-60 and Wynn Stewart (1934-1985) "Wrong Company", "Lifestyle of the Other Half", "Yankee Home". Since 1960, he has been a model singer for Patsy Cline in Nashville (through Harlan's work "I fell to pieces", "When I'm With You", "He Calls Me Baby", etc.). Katie Wells (Write Kitty Wells) sang "Just Cry" (1966), Anderson (Anderson) sang "Love is an accident" (1970) and his single "Marriage Breaks More" What a wonderful love" (1971), "My Son" (1968)), "The Life of a Country Girl Singer" (1981), "Jim's Bell" (cash), "Christmas" ( Cash), "Wherever You Are" (Genen Shepard) and Conway songs, Brothers Osborne, Tammy and others. She and Anderson co-wrote the hit song duo "Unsatisfied" and Connie Smith's hit song "I Never Stop Loving You" (1970). In the following years, people active in veterans affairs campaigned for the Vietnam War Memorial and were spokespersons for the Veterans Administration. autobiography
(1987). (Real name: Lula Grace Johnson).
, Now 81 years old, died on March 29.
The former manager of Johnny Paycheck. Acted as the performance promoter and booking agent of the "Legend Festival" country concert through "Midnight Special Production". (Full name: Donald Robert Martel).
, Now 61 years old, died on March 29.
Ole Opry star. More than 20 hits. Four gold records and two platinum albums. The songwriter who co-authored 9 hits and also contributed to Jo Dee Messina ("I gave a damn guy a fuck", 2005), Holly Dunn ("My Heart Again", 1989), Tim McGraw ( "Memory Lane", 1993), Conway Twitty ("I am the only thing I am against you", 1993), Hank Thompson ("Love on the Rock", 1988) etc. Began to work in Oklahoma evangelical groups (for example, Higher Power) and bluegrass band The Special Edition. Since 1986, auditioning "I Cry for You" in Nashville (Ricky Van Shelton), "Birthplace" (Alabama), "You Are Not a Cost" (Billy Dean), Crossing My Heart" (Strait). His hit songs are "Home" (1990) and "If You Want Me To" from 1991-92, "If Devil in Empty Pocket Dance", " "New Way (Lighting a Old Flame)", "Is It Cold in here," "The spaceship that won't appear", "Don't ask too much" (Grammy-nominated duet with Mary Chapin Carpenter) . "I don't need your rocking chair" jointly awarded by the CMA Award in 1993 and George Jones (George Jones). Selected into the Opry cast, co-hosted the IBMA Award in 1993. The most watched films since then are "Honky Tonk Attitude" (1993), "Prop Me Up the Jukebox" (1993), "John Deere Green" (1994), "Third Rock from "The Sun" (1994), "Pickup" "People" (1994, later became the jingle of Ford Trucks National Advertising), "I fell in love with the capital U" (1995), "Bigger than the Beatles" (1996), "Country" (1996). 1997: Played the CRB Humanitarian Award in Cash TV Movie
, The Great Marshall of the Nashville Christmas Parade. Later films released include "Texas Heartache" (1998), "Old Train" (1998, Grammy and Marty Stewart and others), "Night to Remember" (1999), "Quit Smoking" "Zer" (1999), "Forever Somethin" (2000), "In another world" (2001), "Tougher than nails" (2004). Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame 2002.
CD with Aaron Tippin, Sammy Kershaw, 2013. The name was confirmed in Jason Aldean's "1994" (2012) and Chris Young's "Raised on Country" (2019). The first music star to succumb to the coronavirus pandemic.
67 years old, died on March 31.
The former radio character of WLAC is "Bear Bradley." Later, he conducted media sales in Turner Broadcasting, CNN, Petry, NBC/Universal.
, Now 73 years old, died on April 4.
The songwriter’s classic work "Dawn of Delta" (Tanya, 1972; Helen Reddy, 1973), "The Ring" (Cymarron, 1971; Tompal and Glasser Brothers, 1971); "Hell and "High Water" (T. Graham, 1986); "Reuben" James (Kenny & First Edition, 1969), "Baby, baby, I know you are a lady" (David Houston (David Houston) Houston, 1970), "Somebody New" (Billy Ray, 1993), "Tell all brothers" (Kenny Rogers) (1970). It also includes "Someone cares" (Da Springfield, 1970), "Texas is everywhere" (William, 1986), "Dance in the circle" (Tim Ryan, 1990), and "Five fines." The dollar" (Chris LeDuz, 1999), "Music to make money for money" (Buffett, 1974). The song was also written by Anne Murray, Andy Williams, Eydie Gorme, Merle, Ferlin, Shirley Bassey, Recorded by Percy Faith, George Hamilton IV, Leo Kottke, Roy Drusky, Arthur Prysock, Jim Ed Brown, Ed Bruce, Vikki Carr, Peggy Lee. Featured actors in TV series
, Plus movie
(1987). A dozen albums have been recorded on Capitol, Buddah, TAM, etc.
, Aged 84, died on April 6.
Country singer, songwriter, musician. In the 1960s, he was a recording artist under the labels of Starday ("Wild Running"), Philips ("You Stills With Me"), Hickory ("Bayou Girl"), Penny Stock, Texas International, and Wizard. Conway Eddy Raven's travel companion. Songwriters include editing by Twitty ("You Put There"), Strait ("Neon Line") and Neal McCoy ("Why Not Tonight"). (Real name: James Picard Jr.)
, Aged 84, died on April 7.
Co-founder of TPAC agency studio. Provided a live performance coach for country artists in the 1980s. Lifelong drama educator.
, Now 73 years old, died on April 7.
Member of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame (2003). Winner of Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award (2020). American Music Association Musician of the Year 2005, 2017, 2020. 2018 BMI Trailblazer Award. Inducted into the National Songwriters Hall of Fame (2019). Pioneer in marketing music through his own record. Wrote or co-wrote Don Williams’ "Love Blows" (1983), Bonnie Wright’s "Montgomery’s Angels" (1974), Lynn Anderson’s "Paradise" (1975), Channel’s "I I just want to dance with you" (1998). LP debut
(1971) Including "Sam Stone", "Illegal Smile", "Spanish Pipe Dream". Bette Midler promoted "Hello there." Raitt, like Carrow Simon and Carly Simon of Tanya, are both "Angels of Montgomery." LP's "Heaven" was edited by Everlys, Jackie DeShannon, Cash, Tom T., Dwight, Fogerty and Anderson.
The album was selected into the 2015 Grammy Hall of Fame.
(1972) = "Souvenir" sung by "The Late John Garfield Bruce" edited by Steve Goodman, Country Gentleman, Maggie Bell and Christopherson. Prine was nominated for the best newcomer in the 1972 Grammy Awards.
(1973) = "Please don't bury me", "Prison Christmas", "Dear Abby". Its "Grandpa is a carpenter" was recorded by the dirt band of "Lonely Standard Time". In 1975, David Allan Coe sang "You Will Never Call Me by My Name" (Singer and Steve Goodman (Steve Goodman) cow satire, but no Praised).
(Gold Disc, 1976),
(In 1978, Miranda, Norah Jones, "Green on Red" abridged "That's How the World Works".
(1980). Prine moved to Nashville in 1980 and established its own Oh Boy brand.
(1984) = Wynette, Gail Davies, "Unmarried Father" tailored by Cash.
(1986) = "The Speed of the Voice of Lonely", sung by Nanci Griffith, Kim Carnes, Amos Lee, Gove, and added "I just want to dance with you".
(1990) = "The oldest baby in the world" tailored by Bobby Bare.
(1991 Grammy Awards) = "All the Best" won by Zac Brown.
(1999 CD with Yearwood, Connie, Melba, Emmylou, Patty, Iris DeMent, etc.). Appeared in a Billy Bob Thornton movie
(2001). Other albums include
(2005 Grammy Awards),
(Duo with Mac Wiseman in 2007 [1925-2019]),
(In 2016, duet with Lee Ann Womack, Mattia, Miranda, Kacey, Krauss, etc.).
(2018) His best-selling album was nominated for three Grammy Awards. Victims of Coronavirus.
79-year-old JR. Died on April 8.
A popular recording artist in Nashville, the most popular record is "My Heart is an Open Book" in 1959. Also drawn with Decca singles "If You Don't Want My Lovin" (1959), "Lucky Devil" (1959), "Exclusively Yours" (1960).
, 82 years old, died on April 12.
Reporter for 33 years. Kenny Baker (Kenny Baker), Butch Robbins (Butch Robbins), Gene Parsons (Gene Parsons) and Hazel Dickens (Hazel Dickens) guitarist. A&R directors at Briar Records in the 1970s, including records by Colonel Kentucky. In the Lonesome River Boys before 1958-61.
, 68 years old this year, passed away on April 12.
MCA music author, tailored from "Oak Ridge Boys" ("Too Much Heartache", 1988). Previously in Dakota's Buoy ("Timothy" in 1971), in the rock band of "If All Night" in 1980.
, Aged 95, died on April 13.
Fiddler and violin maker. Instruments made for Ricky Skaggs, Gene Elders, Billy Hurt and the family band The Connor Brothers.
, Now 91 years old, died on April 14.
The Nashville lawyer who hosted the WLAC talk show
In the 1970s. Saxophone player of the big band The Establishment.
, Now 77 years old, died on April 15.
The gospel of being a singer, songwriter, record producer, and TV producer is great. He started working on politicians and Oak Ridge Boys (3 albums) in the 1960s, then into Imperials (12 albums) in the 1970s, and Bill Gaither Trio and Gaither Vocal Band (over 10 albums) in the 1980s. There are also 20 solo albums. "There is no other name except Jesus", "Hallelujah praises the Lamb", "Jesus is the Lord for me" songwriter. Recorded songs by Talleys, Whiteheart, Sandi Patty, Kelly Nelon Thompson, Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir, etc. The cathedral, Terri Gibbs, Lulu Roman, Talleys and other recorded songs. Production of Branson TV series
Acting in the 1990s
, Aged 59, died on April 15.
The songwriter of Bluegrass has provided more than 50 titles for Dave Adkins, Cumberland Gap Connection, Marty Raybon, Lizzy Long, Junior Sisk, etc. He is also a recording artist.
, Now 74 years old, died on April 15.
Member of the Memphis Music Hall of Fame. Studio owner, engineer, producer. Memphis Music Ambassador, became the co-founder of the City Chapter of the Recording Academy in 1973. The engineering record was provided by Willie Nelson (
), Jerry Jeff Walker ("Mr Bojangles"), amazing rhythm ace ("third-rate romance", "the end is out of sight"), Phineas Newborn, Jackie De Shannon, Jim Post, Alex Chilton, Panther burns. Co-produced John Prine's 1979 record
And Jerry Lee Lewis (Jerry Lee Lewis) record was released in 2014,
. Also collaborated with pop/rock band Randy & Radiants, Gentrys. The son of Sam Phillips (1923-2003), the founder of Sun Records, provided valuable help to Peter Guralnick’s biography
(2014). He also helped organize the Country Music Hall of Fame exhibition "Rock UFO: Sam Phillips' Cosmic Genius" (2015-16).
, Now 81 years old, died on April 20.
Nashville actor and missionary, the most famous in the TV series is "Eb Dawson"
1965-71. In the movie
, Now 80 years old, died on April 24.
Bass singer, songwriter and comedian of Statler Brothers. Country Music Hall of Fame in 2008. Gospel Music Hall of Fame in 2007. CMA Group 1972-77, 79, 80, 84 years old. Made 48
Awards. Act has its own TNN cable series from 1991-98, which became the network's most acclaimed program. Harold wrote when Statlers shined in 1970: "The bed of roses." He and his brother Don Reid (Don Reid) co-wrote the hit songs of the 1970s: "Do You Remember This" (1972), Grammy Award "57-year-old Class" (1972), "Back Keep Me Back" (1973), "What Happened to Randolph Scott" (1973), "I Wrote Something" (1978), "You Know You Are My Sunshine" (1978) Years), "The Official Historian of Shirley Jean Burrell" (1978), "How to Become a Country Star" (1979). The Reid Brothers also co-wrote the hit singles of the 80s "Better Than I Did Then" (1980), "Don't Wait on Me" (1981), and "Whatever" (1982) , "Guilty" (1983), "Sweeter and Sweeter" (1986), "If we are going to be sad, let's start" (1988). Harold's comedy adaptation self-directed imitation The group Lean "Roage" Moran and Cadillac Cowboys. Cash & Statlers, which was discovered in his tour 1964-71, was also in the Cash web drama 1969 Performed in -71. The group recorded more than 50 albums and won 13 gold and 8 platinum. Statlers ranked 66 on the list and ranked in the top 10. In 1970-95, a large-scale event was held in Staunton, Virginia. The "Happy Birthday in the United States" was celebrated on July 4. The bill was retired in 2002. Don and Harold Reid co-authored the history of the organization
67 years old, died on April 24.
Music row meeting drummer. Before the 1970s, it was the Nashville Brothers Gathering Performance Band Glory.
, Aged 65, died on April 24.
Nashville journalist, photographer, video producer, publishing entrepreneur, music expert. In the mid-1970s, one of the first recording studios was opened in Franklin, Tennessee. Launched in 1977-80
, Nashville’s first alternative magazine, next
. Written or co-authored 53 books, including Memoirs of Danny Davis
. Independent film producer. Music videos by Amy Grant, Morgan Heritage and others.
, 57 years old, died on April 24.
Drivin'N Cryin's drummer, the concrete blonde, moved to Nashville and worked for Willie Heath Neal, Lillie Mae, Travis Stephens, Kenneth Brian, Ether Dogs, Brian N. Hooks, Floyd The Barber, Escape Goats, Uncle Slim, Shadow 15 Drumming and peaceful crying is both live and recorded.
, Now 80 years old, died on April 25.
Independent country singer, songwriter, distributor of the 2011 CD
As Jim Lusk and "Fake Cowboy." Co-authored "Start Over" (Vern Gosdin, David Houston, 1978), "I Can Almost Feel Feelin" (LeGardes, 1979) and "I Remember" (the theme song of the four guys). The song was also recorded by Dorsey Burnette, RW Blackwood, Jay Lee Webb, and Gary S. Paxton. 2009 Atlanta Country Music Hall of Fame.
, 30 years old, died on May 2.
Nashville pop and country singer with EP
(2015). Singles "this little girl", "we are shit", "actually love", "forget you", "a crying game", "oil and water", "dream". Signed with RCA, Vel and Thirty Tigers.
, Aged 79, died on May 4.
Known as "Suzabelle", the hoop-shaped southern greeter in Opryland, USA. The preserver/restorer of historical heritage-Lords House (Franklin), Moreland Plantation (Brentwood), Longview Mansion (Nadwell Cardwell Lane), Clover Bottom (Donaldson), Belmont Building (Nashville). The antique appraiser is called the "Single Woman Roadshow".
, 64 years old this year, died on May 7.
Vince Gill's guitar skills and best friend for 30 years. Also cooperated with The Chicks, Reba, Yearwood, Mary Chapin-Carpenter, CSN.
, Now 87 years old, died on May 9.
Member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, started and ended his career in Music City. In the early 1950s, he became famous in Macon in Gearogia, and then flourished in the clubs of North Nashville, which became his second hometown. From the club in Fayetteville, Tennessee, to record the album in New Orleans The final "Tutti Frutti" was launched by Nashville's 50,000 watt WLAC 1955 and came out in 1956. "Long Tall Sally", "Slippin' and Slidin", "Rip It Up", and "Ready Teddy" came out in 1956. And international rock tour, and appeared in early rock movies
. Click "Lucille", "Send Me Some Lovin", "The Girl Cant Cant Help", "Jenny, Jenny", "Knock a Knockin", "Good Golly Molly Miss," "Oooh My Soul" (1957) -58 . A charismatic performance, with fanatical piano playing, hoarse vocals, prancing dance steps on stage, flashy costumes, wild swings, distorted facial expressions, and passionate explosions. Pioneer male rock stars wear mascara and dense makeup, showing fluid sexual desire. Also one of the early rock musicians, he broke down barriers and attracted blacks and whites to perform. Pat Boone of Nashville notoriously played down Richard's brutal character and featured "Tutti Frutti" on the cover. But other artists related to Nashville also paid tribute to him, including Elvis, Everlis, Bill Haley, Gene Vincent, Buddy Holly, and Jerry Lee. Record, record LP, 1958. Coming back in 1964, "Bama Lama Bama Toilet" returned to rock. Worked with Jimi Hendrix in Nimiville and hired his band The Upsetters 1964-65. The 1970 "Greenwood Mississippi" single created some regional countries/ Regional chart. Return to the Music City and re-record popular songs for K-Tel Records in 1976. Gospel LP
Recorded in Nashville in 1979. Rock stars see Little Richard as an influence—The Beetle, Stone, James Brown, Michael Jackson, Prince, Steve Wonder, Otis, Bowie, Dylan, Fergarty , And piano performers Elton, Millsap, Billy Joel, Ray Charles, Michael McDonald, Billy Preston, Leon Russell. Autobiography in 1984. The 1986 movie "Great Gosh A-Mighty" reappeared on the movie charts
, Including TV series Full House, Columbo, Miami Vice, Baywatch, etc. In 1986, he was elected to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Starred on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1990. 1993 Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. "The Tall Sally", "Tutti Frutti", "Lucille" and the first LP in 1957
All in the Grammy Hall of Fame. Re-established contact with Nashville 1994 by recording "Somethin' Else" with Tanya in the All-Star CD Rhythm,
. Performed at the CMA Awards. Moved to the Nashville area around 2005, living in the Hilton City and Tullahoma City of Tennessee. Inducted into the 2003 Songwriters Hall of Fame. Served as a star on the Avenue of Stars in the City of Music in 2008. In Nashville, the 2015 Museum of African American Music and the Governor of Tennessee Art Award also paid tribute to him. 2019. (Birth name: Richard Penniman).
, 91 years old, died on May 11.
Bakersfield Voice Entrepreneur. In 1952, he sang with Bonnie Owens and created "Dear John Wright". Won the honor of co-author, Ferlin Husky and Jean Shepard released and performed the cover version of Steel, which became Bakersfield's first national hit record in 1953. Co-founded the first recording studio in New York City and cut Buck Owens' "Hot Dog" (as "Corky Jones") and Wally Lewis' "Catherine". Established Tally Records with his cousin Lewis Talley (Lewis Talley). Label founded Merle Haggard, and Irving was responsible for his management all his life. Tally Records owns the original version of Bobby Austin's 1966 "Apartment 9" (written by Owen/Austin/Johnny Paycheck), which was a hit single from Wynette in 1967. Label also recorded singles of Bonnie Owens, Harlan Howard, Cousin Herb Henson, Cliff Crofford, Bill Carter, George Rich, and Abe Mulkey )Wait. Irving also wrote the 1959 best-selling album "Same Old Me" by Ray Price. Steel guitarist in Blackboard & Lucky Spot Bakersfield venue and TV show
. (Real name: Charles Owen).
, Now 81 years old, died on May 13.
The Nashville Children’s TV Show was originally "Miss Mary"
In the 1960s.
, Now 90 years old, died on May 14.
It used to be Snr. Vice President of Operations at Nashville Television Group Multimedia Entertainment, Inc. Distributed several United Nations series. He also worked in the Pittsburgh radio and television station in Columbus, Cincinnati. Chairman of the TV Academy’s long-term Emmy Awards ceremony. (Full name: Richard C. Thrall Jr.)
, At the age of 93, died on May 19.
The founder of Bar D Wranglers, the cowboy band has been an attractive cowboy band at Bar D Chuckwagon Supper near Colardo Durango since 1969. The band recorded songs with Charlie Daniels and was a guest on Opry. He started his career in 1953 and worked at a similar Flying W Ranch entertainment in Colorado Springs.
, 82 years old, died on May 20.
Banjo manufacturer, who has created musical instruments for David Holt, Marc Pruett and others. He is also an Appalachian banjo player and banjo historian.
, Now 81 years old, died on May 20.
Known as "the grandfather of Canadian bluegrass." Promoter The sponsor of festivals and tours in Ontario. River Valley Music Park was established in 1984, River Valley Bluegrass Jamboree was established in 1985, and Country & Bluegrass Gathering was established in 1988. The park is still the main Bluegrass destination.
, Now 77 years old, died on May 23.
Senior national record promoter and music dealer. CBS Records 1970-76 (George Jones, Marty, Tammy, Cash, Ray Price, Lynn Anderson, Joe Stapley, Charlie Rich, Tania, Gatlin, Cohen Wait). 1976-83 National Promotion Director at Wmmers (Emmylou, Margo Smith, John Anderson, TG, Frizzell & West, Hank Jr., Gail Davies, Bellamys, etc.). Own company Chart Attack 1984-97 (promoted BJ Thomas, Ricky Van, Diffie, Earl Thomas, etc.). Promoted to Vice President Asylum 1997-2001 (Brian White, Kevin Sharp, George Jones, Laila McCann, Mark Nesler, Mount Woden, etc.). He is also a real estate entrepreneur with the property of Music Row. Owner BDM management (Mark Chesnutt). It used to be a regional promotion for the Houston Capitol.
, Aged 65, died on May 25.
Bob Dylan's long-time steel guitarist. Founding member of Steve Earle's band The Dukes on LP
(1986), Exit 0 (1987),
(1989). Also supports REM, Suzy Bogguss, Sara Evans. Accompanied by Dylan's 1992-99 trip and many albums, including Grammy Award winners
(1997). Resumption of work through meetings of Los Lobos, Ben Folds, Joe Henry, Webb Wilder, Shawn Camp, Kathy Chiavola, Ryan Adams, Jim Lauderdale. personal album
(1999). Since 2010, meetings have been held with Will Hoge, Billy Ray, Greta Gaines, Old Crow, Kacey Musgraves and others. Father of singer and composer Rayland Baxter. Play in his album
, Now 81 years old, died on June 2.
The guitarist of Opry has more than 60 years of history and is the longest-term musician on the show. They are also prolific studio musicians. Their performance standards include "He doesn't love her anymore today", "Gambler", "Standing next to your man", "I am an uncool country in the country", "Ai Members such as Elvira and Amarillo in the morning began working in the Louvin Brothers Band in 1958. Former member of Ferlin Husky band. More than 500 lessons are played every year in the studio career. Good at playing acoustic and electric guitars, and playing lead and rhythm at the same time. Known as the "smoothness master", it makes complex picking effortless. In the 1970s, Moe Bandy, Mickey Newbury, Freddie Hart ("Easy Lovin'"), JJ Cale, Dolly ("My Tennessee Mountain Home"), Waylon, Film Soundtrack Festival
, Millsap ("Almost like a song," "Smoky Mountain Rain"), Cash, Tabb. In the 1980s, Amy Grant, John Denver, Straits, Tom Jones, Reba ("How Blue"), KD Lang, Whites, Ai Lun ("Here in the Real World"), Wayne Newton, Wilne Gostin, Will Gostin, Dean Martin, Andy Williams, BJ ("Two Car Garage") , Keith Whitley, Lace Dalton, David Allen Co, Charlie Ritchie. In the 1990s, Lorrie Morgan, Gene Watson, Florida Boys, John Conley, Ed Bruce, Ray Charles, Hank Rocklin, the rider in the sky, Graham Brown et al. The people who listen to the music are Hall of Famer George Jones, Kenny Rogers, Connie, Dotty, Conway, Loretta, Barbara, Roy Clark, Jean Shepard, Eddie Arnold, Ray Price, Potter, Pride, Fallon, Oakes, Steller, Don Gibson, Bill Anderson, Charlie McCoy. In the annual NARAS Super Pickup Awards in the 1970s and 1980s, he was repeatedly named "the most valuable acoustic player". He joined the Opry band in 1967 and was later promoted to head of the band. Performed in more Opry performances than anyone else in history. On its 60th anniversary, Opry’s rehearsal space named it the Jimmy Capps Music Room. Performed in the "House Band" for more than 20 years of CMA Awards. Play normally on RFD-TV
Since 2009, he has been called the "Sheriff". autobiography,
, Aged 69, died on June 8.
Member of the popular singer group Pointer Sisters. Act won the Country Grammy Award for the 1974 "Fairy Tale" single she co-authored. Sister Anita later collaborated with Nashville duet partner Earl Thomas Conley. Bonnie left the group and had a successful disco and soul solo career in Motown ("Heaven Must Give You" in 1979, etc.).
, 82 years old, died on June 11.
A songwriter deeply influenced by country music, he published "I'm Just Going Home and Counting Memories" (Bobby Wright, No. 75, 1975; Karl Smith, No. 15, 1977; John Anderson, No. 1982) No. 7; Tim Barrett, 1984; Jack Scott, 2015). There is also "Hold Me" (Barbara Mandrell, No. 12, 1977). Others include "until better memories come" (Shelby Lynne, 1990; Mark Chesnutt, 1993; Gene Watson, 2009) and "last night will come again" (Leroy Van Dyke, 1972; Loretta Lynn, 1973) year). (Full name: Glenn Ray McGuirt)
, 69 years old, died on June 12.
Tim McGraw (Tim McGraw)'s first breakthrough work "Don't Take the Girl" (Don't Take the Girl) co-author, won the BMI award 2 million US dollars. BMI has also registered more than 50 other books, including "If You Think You Are Alone" (Ray Price, 2002).
, 27 years old, died on June 13.
The 27-year-old daughter of Hank Williams Jr. was killed in a car accident in Henry County, Tennessee.
, Now 75 years old, died on June 15.
Singer, lyricist, promoter, and event planner, founded The Chapel in Nashville in 1991. BenFolds, Taylor, Martina, Cash, Waylon, Sheryl, Rascal Flatts, etc. use this space as a video/film shooting location and/or shooting background.
, Now 60 years old, died on June 19.
Nashville singer, songwriter, musician. It started with the Nashville rock band Munchkin. Bassist in McBride & The Ride ("Sacred Place", "Out of My Heart", "One Night", "Love for the Unrestrained Heart", "Hurry up and Sunset", 1992-93). Founding member Palomino Road ("Why Baby Why", 1993). Also in Sammy Kershaw's band. CCM solo singer and singer. (Full name: Randall Wayne Frazier).
, 64 years old, died on June 19.
Long-term executive assistant to producer/label executor Jimmy Bowen. Former performer.
, 66 years old this year, died on June 24.
Shanandoah, Mac McMcAnally, John Prine, Ricky Skaggs, Alabama, Warspreaded Panic, TG Sheppard, Vern Gosdin, Mac Davis, Roy Orbison, Thelma Houston and other record labels won the Grammy Award winner Muscle Shoals studio engineer.
, Now 70 years old, died on June 27.
Inductees from the Musicians Hall of Fame are members of the "Shoal Rhythm Festival". Bob Seger ("The Main Street"), Joan Baez, Paul Simon ("Kodachrome"), Rod Stewart ("Tonight's the Night"), Staple Singers, Wilson Pickett, Joe Cocker and Barbra, the lead guitarists in the 70s and 80s, Streisand & Barry Gibb ("Sin"), Paul Anka, Kim Carnes, Luther Ingram ("[[If it is wrong to love you] I don't want to be right"), Mary MacGregor "The pain between two lovers"). Also supports Nashville artists Hank Jr., Becky Hobbs, Dobie Gray, Willie, Paul Davis, Billy Swan, Narvel Felts, Russell Smith and Marie Osmond. Produced Sailcat ("Motorcycle Mom"). Members of LeBlanc & Carr ("Falling") and Boatz. Two solo albums 1975 and 1978. Before it was Hour Glass and Allman Joys 1968.
, 82 years old, died on June 28.
Gospel songwriter, cut by Speer Family, Jimmy Snow, Dignity Quartet, Chuck Wagon Gang, Imperials, Trevecca Choir, etc. Also minister of Nazareth.
, Now 81 years old, died on June 30.
Patsy Cline, Ernest Tubb and other drummers. The Nashvillians are famous for being members of the musical Meister Band in the Gerst Haus restaurant. (Full name: Maurice Lonas)
, Aged 52, died on July 3.
Country singer and composer. Co-authored Tim McGraw's breakthrough first place in 1994 was "Don't Take That Girl". Often referred to as "Craig J. Martin", he entertained in Nashville Shores, listening room cafe, Maxwell House Hotel, etc., and released a single "I have a dream", "Let him take you home", "I am a child" trouble. "Writing songs for George Jones, Southern Comfort, Rod Stewart, Backstreet Boys, etc.. Clinton Gregory recorded several of Martin’s songs, including music video lovers’ favorite "She Did It" .Western Flyer with his "What will You Do with ME" (will become the world's top 40 countries in 1996) (full name: Craig Matthew Martin Sr.).
, Now 83 years old, died on July 6.
Member of the Country Music Hall of Fame, Ole Opry actor. The midstream of southern rock music, Zhu, has sold more than 13 million albums and won Grammy, Dove, CMA, BMI and ACM awards. More than 35 titles are drawn. Organize the famous multi-act and multi-type volunteer jam activities. It was first recorded by his own band The Rockets, a "Jaguar" rock instrument in 1959. In 1964, he co-authored the Elvis Presley song "It Hurts Me". Moved to Nashville in 1967, and worked as Marty Robbins, Claude King, Johnny Cash, Pete Seager, Leonard Cohen, Al Cooper and Ringo Starr Musician. Be famous on Dylan Nashville LP
1969-70. Youngbloods LP produced in 1969-70
. His first solo record album is named LP1970. Formed the Charlie Daniels Band (Charlie Daniels Band), and won the 1973 top ten popular song "Uneasy Rider". Served as a volunteer army in 1974. Southern rock national anthem "The South's Gonna Do It", "Long Haired Country Boy" in 1975. In 1976, it was the first country music "Texas" to enter the top 40. Breakthrough LP
Contains the 1979 popular music and country music blockbuster "The Devil Went Down to Georgia", and won the Grammy Award and CMA Award. Songs and bands in the movie "Urban Cowboy". The second important performance of "In America" was in 1980. "Legend of Wooly Swamp" (1980), "Carolina" (1981), "Sweet Home Alabama" (1981) in rock and country music playlists. The final hit by the band "Still in Saigon" (1982). Subsequent major countries released "American Farmer" (1985), "Still Hurtin'Me" (1986), "Drinkin'My Baby Goodbye" (1986), "Boogie Woogie Fiddle Country Blues" (1988), "Simple Man" ( 1989). ), "Mr. DJ" (1990), "(What this world needs are more country folks") (1990), "All night long" (cooperating with the Montgomery Gentleman, 2000), "This is either tatters or banners "(2001). Nine gold, platinum or multi-platinum albums;
Quadruple platinum. "The Devil descends into Georgia" 1979 CMA single and Grammy Award, best country vocal performance by Duo or Group. Daniels was also the CMA Instrument Expert of the Year in 1979, and China Development Bank (CDB) won the CMA Instrument of the Year Award in 1979 and 1980. Cancer research, muscular dystrophy, farmer assistance, military philanthropist. Created the "Journey House Program 2014" to benefit veterans. In 1995, he won the Pigeon Award from GMA in 1997. He won the BMI Icon Award in 2005 and the American Free Speech Award from the American Music Association in 2006. He joined Opry as an actor in 2008 and was inducted into the 2016 Country Music Hall of Fame. books:
, 69 years old, died on July 8.
Crystal Gayle's store manager. In Belle Meade, she managed Crystal's exquisite gifts and jewelry for more than 20 years. She also sold CDs and travel goods. Photographer. Art collector.
, Now 87 years old, died on July 8.
The founder of The Great Escape, the most famous second-hand record and comic retail chain. Early careers included hit songwriters, recording artists, managers, distributors, record producers, song inserters, record company directors, and studio owners. He started his music business in Missouri by co-writing "That's It" for Porter Wagoner in 1953. Among the top ten are "Carmark Smith" (trademark) Carl Smith (1953), "According to My Heart" Jim Reeves (1956), and Kitty's "Repenting" Wells (1957). I also wrote about George Morgan ("Watch me come home tonight"), Weber Pierce ("One week later" with Kitty Wells), and Brenda Lee before puberty (" Doodle Bug Rag”) and songs created by others. Owned singles on MGM in 1957-58. Co-owned Reevis Studio later became Fidelity Recording. Opened up the Nashville song inserter industry. Representing the Lowery Music songwriting company in Atlanta, including Jerry Reed, Joe South, Ray Stevens, Freddy Weller and Mac Davis. Successfully inserted the songs "Misery Loves Company" (Porter Wagner), "This is all you have to do" (Brenda Lee), and "Walk On By" (Leroy VanDyke). In the 1960s, it entered record production through the branches of Sonny James, Bill Carlisle, Bobby Russell, Lynn Anderson and others. Chart Records was established in 1964. The roster eventually includes Anderson, Johnny Bush, Billy "Crash" Craddock, and managed singer Sandy Posey's hit singles 1966-67 "Born a Woman", "Single Girl", "What a Love in Love Won'" t Do," "I take it back. Continue to work as a songwriter in the 1970s, representing Don Wayne's "Painted Desert Music." Screen gem. Opened "The Great Escape" on Broadway near Vanderbilt. "(Great Escape 1977). Now headquartered in Charlotte, with branches in Madison and Murfreesboro, as well as Bowling Green, Kentucky and Louisville, Kentucky. Sold in 2017 A specialty store, focusing on The Great Escape Music Group, which includes three distribution companies and Great Escape Records, which have achieved some success in the grass.
, Now 81 years old, died on July 10.
Owner/operator of Nashville Black Radio Stations WVOL and WQQK ("92 Q"). The first African American chairman of the Nashville Chamber of Commerce. Former Vice President of HCA Meharry. Won the Lifetime Achievement Image Award issued by Nashville NAACP.
, 68 years old this year, died on July 13.
The dimple of Sunshine Bread, the curly blond "Miss Sunshine" child mascot. He later became the lead singer of local rock and country bands, especially one of the first "All Girls" bands in Nashville.
, 68 years old this year, died on July 16.
Drummer of the country rock band "The Tractors", hits "Baby Likes Rock" (1994), "Santa Claus Boogie" (1994), "The Last Time" (1997), "Shortnin' Bread" (1998) year). The group's first CD sold 1 million copies. He is regarded as the founder of "The Voice of Tulsa". Member of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame. Starting from the local hit song "Too Good for Love" in 1966, he worked in "The Rogues Five". Bob Seger (Bob Seger) member of the band 1971-73. In Eric Clapton (Eric Clapton) band 1974-80, sang hit songs "I Shot the Sherriff" (1974), "Wonderful Tonight" (1978), "Lay Down Sally" ( 1978). In Comet 1983 by the rock band Frehley. Back to Clapton 1983-86. Tulsa Conference Musician Supports Leon Russell, "New Bush", "Bee Guise", Bellamy Brothers, Stephen Stills, "Fell Asleep", Freddie King, Peter · Frampton, John Arthur Martinez, Phil Collins, Peter Ron, etc. Produced the 2005 All-Star Album
Including Clapton, Vince Gill, JJ Cale, Taj Mahal, Willie Nelson, Tony Joe White, Bonnie Bramlett, etc.
, Aged 79, died on July 21.
Former vp Cedarwood Publishing. The artist who spun off the record company Dollarie Records (especially Carl Perkins) for Cedarwood, and was the singer of the singles "Country Boy's Dream" and "Shine, Shine, Shine" from 1966-67. Also wrote songs for Cedar. Established his own Denny Music Group in 1965, including JED Records. Single records released by Kent Westbury, Bobby Sykes, Scotty Stoneman, Rusty Adams, Chris Gantry, Jimmy Smart, Max D. Barnes, Ruthie Steele, Audie Ashworth, etc. In 2004, he won the ROPE (Professional Artist Reunion) Lifetime Achievement Award. The country music hall of Hall of Famer Jim Denny (1911-1963), the brother of former music executive Bill Denny (Bill Denny).
, Aged 84, died on July 21.
Record his soul and the blues artist
LP, 1998. Victims of the coronavirus pandemic. (Real name: Bob Willie Jones).
, 54 years old this year, died on July 22.
The violinist won the Nashville Masters in 1983 and later joined Roy Acuff's "Smoky Mountain Boys." Join Alan, Clint, Faith, Wariner, SheDaisy, Pam Tillis and others on the road. He later served as a long-term entertainer at Opryland and became a member of the popular Tennessee Mafia Jug Band.
, 48 years old, died on July 22.
Singer, songwriter and independent country record singer, has a 2003 CD of the same name and a single "I Need to Change". Both are the Cupit Records record company founded by father Jerry Cupit (1954-2014). As a writer of the 2020s for "Memarie Gayle"
Talk about the music career and the struggle against ovarian cancer. A music CD is included with the book. Part of the "Unstoppable" Women's Ministry tour in 2019-20. Designer of "Fearless Memories" jewelry collection. (Full name: Memarie Gayle Cupit Jobe).
, 66 years old this year, died on July 23.
WAKG Music Director and a
, Aged 84, died on July 24.
Nashville's beloved singer, has heard the voice of Ed Cathey Singers at the annual concert. Perhaps the most racial and widespread incident in Nashville has benefited the homeless, released prisoners and others. Also sang with the Nashville Symphony Orchestra.
, 48 years old, died on July 24.
Songwriter and record producer, honors include "Anything Goes" by Florida Georgia State University and "The Shipwreck" by Lori McKenna.
, Now 83 years old, died on July 25.
Murfreesboro (Murfreesboro) residents, has a good reputation in the Hollywood showbiz. More than 200 roles including teen idol movies
(1956); Category A comedy
(1969); martial arts flick
(1973) etc.; terrorist features
(1984) etc. Golden Globe Award for Best Rising Star (1958). (Real name: Orrico Carmine).
67 years old, died on July 25.
Country artist Johnny Carver has been a bass player for 14 years.
67 years old, died on July 26.
Bluegrass banjo player. Lester Flatt, Jimmy Martin, James Monroe, Rhonda Vincent, Nashville Grass, Larry Stephenson and Curly Seckler band members. Over 200 recorded Banjo and/or vocals.
, Aged 65, died on July 27.
Multi-instrumentalist, producer and founder of Ricker Music Group and Waltzing Bear Productions.
, 91 years old, died on July 31.
Grammy Award-winning songwriter and legendary show announcer. It was selected into the 1982 Country Music Disc Jockey Hall, the 1995 Texas Music Hall of the Hall of Fame, and the 1999 Texas National Music Hall of Fame. At the WBAP Bill Mack Cargo Show in 1969-2001, Worth, Texas. Empire, Starday, United Artists, Hickory, MGM, Phillips and other singers and songwriters, Starday rock and roll classics "Kitty Cat" and "The Cat Just Goto In Town". Hickory’s regional hit "Ladonna". He successfully wrote lyrics for "Drinking Champagne" (Drinking Champagne) created by Cal Smith in 1968 and George Strait in 1990. He also wrote "Blue" (Blue) recorded by LeAnn Rimes in 1996, which won the ACM Grammy Award for Best Country in the Year. His gospel song "Hold the Hand of Salvation" was recorded by Rimes, Connie, Conway, Bill Monroe, Chuck Wagon Gang, George Hamilton IV, John Conlee, Dale Ann Bradley, etc. The song was also recorded by George Jones, Ray Price, Jerry Lee, Dean Martin, Waylen, Boxcar Willie, Hank Thompson, Don Gibson, Jim Ed, Cash and more. About Sirius/XM The 2001-2011 freight show is still going on. It also hosted the Country Crossroads Gospel Show and the Top Ten Overtime Countdown Show, a national joint organization. TV host
And cable series
In 1971. Victims of the coronavirus pandemic. (Full name: Bill McSmith Jr.)
, 64 years old this year, passed away on August 1.
Murfreesboro natives and UT Speech / Theater graduates became top lighting designers and stage technicians. Designed for Harlem Dance Theater, Alvin Avery American Dance Theater, touring nationwide
, Jill Scott Herron, Branford Marsalis, Bruce Springsteen, Albert King, Pennsylvania Opera House, Seattle Repertory Theatre and Broadway Tour
, 82 years old, died on August 5.
The personality of the national radio station. Served as the officiant at the Galax Old Fiddler Conference for 44 years. WHHV intern in Hillsdale, Virginia; WBOB Galax, Virginia; WZYD Dobson, North Carolina; WMEV Marion, Virginia; WBRF Galax, Virginia; Wyoming, Wyoming.
, 54 years old this year, died on August 7.
Director of Sales at Gaylord Entertainment. Worked in Pigeon Forge hotel industry, Opryland Hotel and Kitty Wells organization. He is also the co-owner of the Nashville Nightlife Dinner Theater.
67 years old, died on August 13.
Former BMI General Licensing Vice President. Board member TJ Martell Foundation. Leadership Music Class 2008.
Died on August 16.
Accounting Manager of the American Music Association. Mother of American Film Festival producer and marketing manager Sarah Comardelle.
, 57 years old, died on August 18.
Award-winning bluegrass guitarist, songwriter, tenor. Known for his work in the Renfro Valley barn dance ground in Kentucky, Doyle Lawson and Quicksilver, Mountain Heart, Grasstowne and his own band Steve Gulley & New Pinnacle, it was last established in 2014.
Leading to the nomination of IBMA as Emerging Artist of the Year in 2016 Including other albums
. Songs recorded by Kenny & Amanda Smith, Blue Highway, Doyle Lawson and others. His "Through the Train Window" was named the 2008 IBMA Song. Appeared more than 90 times on Grand Ole Opry. DJ at WDVX in Knoxville. Owner of the Curve Studio in Eastern Tennessee.
, Aged 84, passed away on August 20.
Member of the Georgia Country Music Hall of Fame. The fiddler and luthier who toured with the Bluegrass band later built and repaired guitars, violins and cellos for Randy Wood’s guitar clients.
, Aged 79, died on August 21.
National disc jockey, program director and long-term record distributor. Cooperated with independent record producer CJ Solar, Bobby Wills, Rachael Turner and others. The only character does not have a computer or mobile phone, but works with pen, paper and home phone in the "old school".
, Now 74 years old, died on August 23.
Administrative Assistant at Danny Music Publishing Company. Owned by husband John Denny, who died a month ago.
, Now 38 years old, died on August 23.
Singer-songwriter, won eight albums and the American Music Association Award. EP debut
2007. Album released
2008. The second CD 2009
, Which made him named Emerging Artist of the Year in the 2010 American Music Awards and AMA Album of the Year nomination. Title song
The 2010 CD was named the best song of the year at the AMA's 2011 awards ceremony. Executed on
, Bonnaroo, MerleFest, Ole Opry. Production of Wanda Jackson 2012 album
And sing with her. After 2012, own CD output will continue
. The son of Steve Earle.
, 82 years old, died on August 31.
Stage and TV actors, especially TNN actors
e-series and cooperation with the Tennessee representative of Hot L. Baltimore. Served as secretary of CMA.
, At the age of 94, died on September 3.
Belmont University professors are known as pianists/composers, and their works include Music Row, popular instrumental music and classical works. Study at the Peabody School of Music at Eastman School of Music. Served as R&B and jazz musician in the 1950s. Arrived in Nashville in 1960. Cash, Patsy, Jim Reeves, Dylan, Willie, Atkins, Joan Baez , Robbins, Fogelberg, Paycheck and other record companies became the recording studio managers of the keyboardist’s studio. The easy-to-listen piano song "Our Winter Love" was released in 1963. LP in Colombia in 1963
Used for Spar records. Regular solo performance by the Nashville Symphony Orchestra. It composed piano sonatas, overtures, symphonies, preludes, concertos, tone poems, operas, and the theme music of Six Flags of Georgia, Cypress Garden, Circus World, and commercial ringtones and accompanying music for film and television. Arrangement work led to the Grammy nomination in 1974 and 1978. The popular LP record reappeared on the record in 1976
And played in the British disco hit "Now". Joined Belmont College in 1980. Students include Paisley and Yearwood. Belmont premiered his opera,
2016. Biography "Crooked River City: The Musical Life of William Purcell in Nashville", 2018. Died from pneumonia associated with COVID-19.
, 82 years old, died on September 4.
The first female inductee of the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame. Rockabilly pioneer and ex-husband Bob Regan are known as "Canadian Sweethearts." In addition to rock classics such as "Eenie Meenie Miney Mo", the duo’s hits in Canada also include "Hootenanny Express", "Freight Train", "Don't let the stars into your sight", "I will "Leave it all to you", "Look back at the past", "Don't knock on my door", "Let's wait a while", "Dream Baby". The role of "Cousin Pearl Ding" in the most acclaimed online comedy Udel Singing
In 1962-63. In 1964, the bilingual "The French Song" became an international popular song. In 1967, the national standard of origin was "Too Far Gone". The Canadian solo song is "Crazy Arms", "Is It Love?". "Cajun Love", "Bonjour Tristesse", "Send Me No Roses", "Yours", "Colinda", "Jolie Jacqueline", "Here Come More Roses", "My First Love", "Back to You ." Gold and platinum records have won numerous awards in Canada, the Netherlands and South Africa. Also toured in Belgium, England, Mexico, Guam, Philippines, Japan, Korea, China.
, Aged 65, died on September 10.
Actor, director, writer, producer and voice artist. It is famous for the annual reading at the "Let Freedom Sing" celebration event in Nashville on July 4th. Founder and artistic director of TSU Black American Playwright Theatre. Signature dubbing work for NBA, ESPN and TNA Wrestling. Many advertisements and PSA, including Discovery Channel, ABC, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Burger King, CBS, SPIKE-TV, McDonald's, American Heart Association, NBC, Disney. Nashville Drama Theater stage role
Wait for TV parts
, 64 years old this year, passed away on September 11
Songwriters, famous for writing songs, including Billy Currington's "People Are Crazy" and "Pretty Good at Drinkin' Beer".
, Now 76 years old, died on September 12.
There are many newspaper photographers with Nashville concert literature.
, Now 87 years old, died on September 15.
Country music lyricist. Co-authored with her husband Del Reeves (1932-2007). Won the BMI Award for "Sing a Heartache Little Song" (Ross Maddox, 1962). Del Reeves (Del Reeves) singles movie "This Must Be Bottom" (1966), "The Only Girl I Cannot Forget" (1963). Songs are also composed by Loretta, Conway, Tubb, Carl Smith, etc.
, 70 years old, died on September 16.
The Texas singer and lyricist received great acclaim at Austin's Armadillo and Kerrville Folk Music Festival. Album
(1978). Moved to Nasvhille in 1989. Hosted the Lyricist Night at Douglas Corner in Bluebird, known as "The Witchcraft of Writers." Signed with Starstruck in 1993 and became a writer. Cut with Lari White ("John Wayne Walking Away"), Avalon ("Only For the Weak"), Mark W. Winchester, Lanie Marsh, Lisa Daggs, Jamie Slocum, etc.
In 2000-18. Recording artist Kellee Sallee-Snead's husband (Roses and Tumbleweeds).
, Now 79 years old, died on September 21.
A country rock singer known for his 1965 popular song "Treat Her Right". Wild gymnastic performer. Between 1974 and 1986, it ranked 24th on the national/regional rankings. "The most wanted woman in town", "Come to me", "Now you see the top 20 hits of'Em Now You Don't Not'". The country version of "Tonight's the Night" (1978) by Rod Stewart, and "Your Mama Don't Dance" by Loggins & Messina (Loggins & Messina) t Dance) (1983). The self-styled "right to treat her" became a popular country for Barbara Mandrell in 1971. Jerry Lee, Billy "Crash" Craddock, Springsteen, Bonjovi, Maesy, Robert Plant, Tom Jones, Otis, Thorogood, Box Tops, Doug · Sam (Doug Sahm), Sandy Nelson (Sandy Nelson), Joe Stampley (Joe Stampley), Los Straighjackets (Los Straighjackets), etc.
, At the age of 93, died on September 21.
The long-term country guitarist and singer with her husband Buster Moore (1919-1996) was found
-Early voting in Georgia starting today, and Richmond County opened the Bell Auditorium in anticipation of a large number of votes... They were right.
When the door opened at 8:30 in the morning, the line had been around the James Brown Arena.
Voters say it is progressing very quickly but remains stable.
Voter Teresa Price said: “I will be here rain or shine. So, I have my lawn chair, I have a raincoat and a face mask.”
The price is ready. Together with her photo ID, this is all she needs... It may not be a lawn chair, but even if there are long lines and some people wait an hour, they still start to exercise their rights...and they all have their own reasons.
Voters, Paul T. Sylas said: "My ancestors fought, marched, sang, beaten."
The family ties interrupted by the pandemic voted for Price.
Price said: "I just want to see my mother in New York again. They have been hit hard. What makes me proud is that the leaders of the state closed their city."
The Election Committee has set up 50 machines internally to maintain social distancing from each other. Executive director Lynn Bailey estimated that 9,000 people voted. It's today
"If you are willing to participate in this general election, we will be full of vitality and become a community, a country. I think what we see today is a testament to this energy," Bailey said.
Price said: "I am proud of the city of Augusta. Very proud."
The door opens in the Bell Auditorium from Monday to Friday from 8:30 to 5:00.
Here are the dates, times and locations of the early voting in Richmond County:
You can go to Georgia Secretary of State"
"Page. It also provides you with driving directions and sample ballots.
-Today is the first day of early voting in Georgia. With the new guidelines, the Richmond County Election Commission predicts that this process may be slow. Therefore, they were established in Bell Auditorium.
They installed at this location, which can accommodate 50 machines to achieve social distancing, and hope to speed up the process as much as possible.
The pollster will sit there on the plexiglass shield. All you need is a photo ID and face covering.
Voters who want absent ballots must vote. I suggest you call.
It is also recommended that you vote as early as possible because election day will look different.
Lynn Bailey, director of the Richmond County Election Commission, said: "On Election Day, you are targeting a specific area, so you can’t do what you want. I mean you can, but it will slow you down because you will step aside and Voting for provisional ballots will slow you down and everyone behind you. Again, I think this can be traced back to being a good citizen, knowing where you vote, and then going there to vote on election day."
There are many things on the ballot. If you choose not to participate, you do not need to vote for each game.
This year is a rare occasion for two U.S. Senators to vote. Of course, there is a presidential campaign.
You do not have to vote with candidates who match your party. If you change your mind, it is recommended to call the election committee and cancel.
"If you go to the polling station without canceling the ballot, or if you do not bring the ballot to the polling station for trading, then you will have to retreat to the second line," Bailey said. "We are going to call our office because we have to resolve a ballot we have sent you before we can put you in the polling station and vote again. I mean it makes sense."
On election day, you must vote in your local electoral district.
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(NEXSTAR)-President Trump’s YouTube channel has been suspended for at least 7 days after the parent company Google believed that his videos violated its policies.
YouTube’s official media relations information stated: “After censorship and taking into account the possibility of continued violence, we deleted the new content uploaded to the Donald J. Trump channel in violation of our policy.” “It’s the first time now. Strike and temporarily banned from uploading new content for at least 7 days."
(NEXSTAR)-Is tomorrow the day when you can take a vacation forever and start spending huge millionaire lottery jackpot jackpots? It is almost certainly not. However, the chance of winning the estimated $625 million in prize money is small enough for you to buy tickets and look for winning numbers on Tuesday night.
Congratulations, if your ticket matches all these numbers, then you are already worried about rent and mortgage payments.
Aiken County, South Carolina (WJBF)-The Aiken County Board of Education has made a decision on how students will be enrolled after January 15.
The board voted 7-1 to keep the current hybrid models for at least 4 1/2 weeks. John Bradley objected, and Dwight Smith was absent from the meeting.
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If the entire board of directors follows the recommendations of the executive committee, the Barron County Board of Supervisors will be reorganized.
"We are absolutely behind the technology curve," County Administrator Jeff French told the committee.
He said that improvements were clearly needed at the recent board meeting. Some supervisors attended the meeting in person, while others attended the meeting virtual.
The French said: "As the members of the county council fully understand, the August county council meeting we held was actually almost a disaster." "To correct this problem, Okey employees and the chairman held a meeting with Audio Architects. Discussed and reviewed possible solutions."
These options include:
• Fixed table array, so that each member can use microphone to speak and speaker to listen. The French say that fixed tables or desks will save the county several years compared to movable platforms.
• Inverted horseshoe-shaped setup, which means that the auditorium will adopt a horseshoe-shaped design, and members of the county council will look south to the auditorium seats. The French say that this design only requires two fixed cameras to save money in the county.
The county chief said that CBS Squared has completed other design projects for the auditorium, and they will give the supervisors something within 2 weeks.
He said that as far as he understands, the technical cost of the project can be deducted from the state's "Road to Rejuvenation" grant program. The actual construction or reconstruction of the physical location will be undertaken by the county. He proposed to adjust the proposed 2021 emergency fund of 350,000 US dollars.
The French reminded the committee that the county used Audio Architects in court for technical work and their recommendations were perfect.
He added: "I want to point out that this is the third time I have proposed substantial infrastructure improvements to the auditorium in Barron County in 20 years. They were rejected the first two times. I am very much about this. Investment, the most important thing is that we need to move forward into the 21st century."
Chairman Louie Okey agreed that the August meeting was “ashamed and embarrassing”. He said: "Without this, our public will not be able to fully understand what is happening."
Committee member Bun Hanson proposed that CBS Squared and Audio Architects propose a technology upgrade plan.
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Partly cloudy this morning. There were a few showers in the afternoon. The height is 64F. Wind the NNW at a speed of 5 to 10 mph. It may rain 40%
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Singles, separations, widowed and divorced: The SSWD team will meet for lunch at Fishlips Waterfront Grill, 610 Glen Cheek Road, Canaveral, at noon on Friday, January 8. For other details, please call 502-299-8949.
Friday's dining car: The dining car returns in Palm Bay City Hall on January 8. Have lunch with us from 11:30 to 1:30 pm. The city government staff and the public are invited to attend and taste some different lunches. We will provide you with covered seats for you to have lunch outdoors or take back to your office. If you have suggestions for the food types of the future "Friday Food Truck", please send us an email
Ribbon cutting: Friday, January 8th at 4 pm, to celebrate the new space coast ultrasonic ribbon cutting. Space Coast Ultrasound is located at 1130 S. Patrick Drive in Satellite Beach.
North Brevard Art Alliance "Winners Showroom": The North Brevard Art Alliance has collaborated with the Downtown Art Gallery in Titusville to display the "Winners Showroom". The exhibition opened on January 9, with a reception held at the Urban Art Center from 2 pm to 5 pm. Titusville Gallery, which houses the 56th annual art exhibition's award-winning works, was shown online last year when the pandemic threatened to cancel the exhibition.
The online exhibition is the first digital art exhibition of the Art Alliance. 134 selected artworks. Hundreds of people viewed these artworks digitally and voted for the "People's Choice Award," and the judges did the same.
The "Winners Gallery" will display 33 award-winning artworks, which are now presented on-site and in person!
The works on display include Kathie Benson's watercolor work "Best of Show" winner "Tree Community"; Hideko Mooney's People's Choice Award winner "My Imagination"; and Various other award-winning works.
The video of the full show can still be viewed at the following locations
, And a list of all winners.
The exhibition will last until February 5, 2021.
The Downtown Art Gallery is located at 335 Washington Avenue in the historic center of Titusville. It is open from Monday to Friday, 11 am to 5 pm, and Saturday 11 am to 3 pm. For other details, please call (321) 268-0122.
Broadway to Hollywood! : Broadway fans and movie music are waiting for the Space Coast Symphony Orchestra's annual tribute stage and screen. This is everyone's favorite concert! Four professional singers will join the orchestra to cheer in the New Year of "From Broadway to Hollywood". The event was held at the Scott Performing Arts Center at Trinity Bishop’s College on Saturday, January 9th at 7pm. Trinity Bishop’s College is located at 5625 Holy Trinity Drive in Melbourne.
"From Broadway to Hollywood" includes the works of Broadway and Hollywood’s most famous composers, including Richard Rogers, Jerome Cohen, Mitch Leigh, Meredith Wilson, Leonard The beloved songs of Bernstein, Cole Porter, Frank Lother, Frederick Lowe and Andrew Lloyd Webber.
Conductor and artistic director Aaron T. Collins is ready to welcome the new year.
Collins said: "The audience will hear some very special songs at this concert." "After a very difficult 2020, the plan will be welcomed."
Dorothy Gal, the soprano at the Houston Grand Opera Studio, and the outstanding soprano soprano Sarah Purser in Central Florida, and the tenor Kit Cleto ) And baritone David Bracamonte (David Bracamonte), will be on stage with conductor Aaron Collins during the journey from Broadway to Hollywood. The all-star lineup will perform the most popular songs in musicals and movies, including "The Wizard of Oz", "Bodyguard", "Guys", "Beach", "Song in the Rain", "Mary Poppins", "Beauty and the Beast" ", "Frozen", "Titanic", "West Side Story", Phantom of the Opera, South Pacific, Camelot, La Mancha, Madison County Bridge, Showboat, Carousel, Oklahoma State and so on.
From Broadway to Hollywood, free for those 18 years and younger or with a student ID. The adult ticket at the gate is 35 dollars. Online tickets purchased in advance cost $30. (Due to the limited capacity, the price has increased).
Tickets can be obtained through the orchestra website at:
Or Suntree's Marine Bank & Trust. Encourage online ticket purchases for optimal social distancing and capacity planning. The audience is requested to arrive no more than 30 minutes before the performance time.
Spiritual Church: Church Chairman Emma Principe (Emma Principe) is the speaker of the liturgy on Sunday, January 10. The ceremony starts at 10 am and lasts until 11:30. The Spiritual Church is a church dedicated to the promotion of spiritual science, philosophy and religion. We believe in the infinite spirit, and believe that God is the infinite spirit. Everyone is responsible for their own happiness or unhappiness while walking on the earth. The Spirit Church is located at Melody Lane 1924 in Melbourne. For more information, please call (321) 419-6262.
Thinking of cremation? : A high-end venue in Viera is sponsoring an information seminar on the benefits of pre-planned cremation. Representatives of the National Cremation Society will discuss advance planning, affordable options and savings, and the benefits of travel and relocation plans. After the seminar, you will enjoy a free lunch at the Italian Grille in Carrabba. The individual-only event will be held on Monday, January 11th from 11pm to 1pm in an exclusive plaza at 8850 Spyglass Hill Rd. In Vieira. Seats are limited. You must respond by calling (321) 751-6771. A mask is required in a high-level square.
Small Business Virtual Conference: Jerry Parrish, Chief Economist of the Florida Chamber of Commerce Foundation, will be the special guest of the Small Business Council’s virtual conference on ZOOM, which will be held on the morning of January 12 (Tuesday) Held at 7:45-9. Join the Small Business Committee of the Melbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce for its monthly meetings and social events! This event is designed for organizations with less than 50 employees and provides an opportunity for board members to communicate, share information, and collect resources needed for improvement, development, and prosperity. Register here-
Lunch with Sheriff Wayne Ivey: The Grand Palm Bay Chamber of Commerce will host Brevard County Sheriff Wayne Ivey, who will be the keynote speaker at the Chamber’s monthly luncheon. It was held at the "Promise Brevard" at 4105 Norfolk Street, West Melbourne. Lunch time is scheduled from 11:30 am to 1 pm on January 13th. Admission tickets are 25 USD for partners of the Chamber of Commerce and 30 USD for guests who participate in person. Due to limited seats for this event, please register in advance. For those who want to participate online through ZOOM, the fee is $10. The event is sponsored by the "Health First" health plan.
Overcoming Grief: The Grief, Loss and Bereavement Support Group will meet at a high-level plaza on the Brevard Space Coast from 10 am to noon on Thursday, January 14th. We will explore the power of grief together, while providing a safe and friendly space to express our grief and find tenacity. These meetings will be held on the second and fourth Thursday of each month and will only be held in person. Need RSVP. Each meeting can hold up to 16 people. Participants must wear masks and undergo temperature checks, and must fill out a health questionnaire in the lobby. An exclusive plaza on the Brevard Space Coast is located at 8085 Spyglass Hill Road in Vieira. Call (321) 751-6771 for more details.
Investment advice: Raymond James Financial Investment Advisor Larry Adam will give a keynote speech at the "Good Morning Space Coast" virtual ZOOM conference at the Melbourne Regional Chamber of Commerce from 8 am to 10 am on Thursday, January 14. Adam is the private client group of James, Chief Investment Officer of Raymond. His theme is "Top Ten Themes for 2021". The event price is $15. Register for the event here-
Ribbon cutting: From 4 to 6 pm on January 14 (Thursday), the new Lizzie Euro Kafe will be cut. Lizzie’s Euro Kafe is located at 6811 Atlantic Avenue, Cape Canaveral. The ribbon will be cut at 5pm
Estate Planning Seminar: Do you need to revisit estate planning in 2021? From 10 am to 11:30 am on January 14 (Thursday), the Brevard Real Estate Planning and Elderly Law Center will hold a real estate planning seminar in a premium plaza on the Brevard Space Coast, a premium plaza located at Spyglass Hill in Viera Road 8085. The seminar will be held in person and will be available online. Need an RSVP. Call (321) 729-0087 for more information or to obtain an online link.
How to train your dragon: On January 15th, go to the Veterans Memorial Park and show a free movie in the park, including how to train your dragon (PG). The movie will be shown on our huge outdoor movie screen from 6pm. We will allow vehicles to enter from 5 pm. You will be able to park your car in a limited number of parking spaces and enjoy the movie in the comfort of your own car. The sound will be played via FM radio. You must pre-register to use your space. Click this link to register online-
. For more information, please call Tony Rosa Community Center at (321) 952-3443. There may be a limited amount of space that can be put on the day of the event, and sufficient space cannot be guaranteed. If the weather is bad, please dial (321) 726-5682 to call the "Special Events Rain Prevention Hotline".
Family Orienteering in Sams House: Come join us, take a navigation lesson in Sams House, and then use your new skills on an adventure to find hidden treasures. The event will be held from 10:30 am to noon on Friday, January 15. Limited to 15 people. Registration is required. Please call (321) 449-4720 to register.
We will follow the CDC guidelines and conduct all plans outdoors within the scope of strictly restricted participants.
• Each participant will receive his own information to reduce sharing.
• All groups/families should be 6 feet away from other groups.
The Sams House in Pine Island Reserve was created and managed by a referendum on the Environmentally Endangered Lands Program in Brevard County.
The plan was established by voters in 1990 and reconfirmed in 2004 to protect and maintain Brevard County’s rich biodiversity and native species for future generations. The Sams House in Pine Island Reserve is located on 6195 N Tropical Trail on Merritt Island. It is open from Tuesday to Sunday, 9 am to 5 pm
Auto Show: Help kiss goodbye in 2020. Come and participate in the 2021 "Real Value Friends, Family and Neighborhood Auto Show". It will be held at 2444 North Wickham Road, Melbourne from 9 am to 1 pm, and will provide free hamburgers, hot dogs and drinks, and DJ John will provide music.
St. Stephen’s Way Golf Course: Think about unique gifts while helping "SSWay" build houses for those in need? Golf admission tickets may be your answer.
Grab the chance of $50 and you can win $10,000. Only 1,000 golf balls can be discarded. The ticket stub will be mailed to you after you go online or purchase.
To help "SSWay" fulfill its mission of providing affordable housing and support services to homeless families recommended by the Brevard County School Board. Our goal is to reunite the family.
The golf put-off is scheduled to be held on Saturday, January 16th at the Duran Golf Club. The game starts at 8:30 in the morning.
Please feel free to share news about our activities with others who may be interested in joining us. The winner does not need to attend the event.
Golf Ball Drop tickets are $50 each. Can be purchased online at
Or mail a check to SSW 2310 Lipscomb St., Melbourne, Fl. , 32901
For more information, please feel free to contact the SSW office at (321) 306-8873, or send an email to
We are very grateful for every donation.
Walk or run to feed hungry children: "Health First Fights Child Hunger 5K" is not only a good way to start the New Year's resolution, but also a way to help hungry children in Brevard! Walk, run or virtual travel on January 16.
Did you know that 62% of teachers know that at least one child goes to school hungry?
For your tax-free donations, you can participate in the "Childhood Hunger Race" and other local businesses, churches and individuals dedicated to helping raise children in the community.
100% of the proceeds from this event will be used to feed hungry children in Breva!
With the lowest entrance fee and interesting prizes, this is a successful activity for children at risk of hunger.
The event started at Viera High School at 8 am. It is co-hosted by the Child Hunger Project and the Central Brevard Sharing Center. Health first is the title sponsor.
Adult $25, match day $30, under 12 years old, match $15 or less, $20 daily. Virtual 5K is $30, and the game day is $35.
For more information or register to visit
Spiritual Church: Gage Vogt is a guest speaker on Sunday, January 17. The ceremony starts at 10 am and lasts until 11:30. The spiritual church is a church dedicated to promoting the development of spiritual science, philosophy and religion. We believe in the infinite spirit, and believe that God is the infinite spirit. Everyone is responsible for their own happiness or unhappiness while walking on the earth. The Spirit Church is located at Melody Lane 1924 in Melbourne. For more information, please call (321) 419-6262.
It's time to go now. Where do I start? : Please attend our meeting in a high-end square in Vieira from 10 am to 11 am on Monday, January 18th. The content involves information on how to use "empty nests" to reduce the scale and live in a safer environment. And as people grow older, people's needs and desires for maintenance-free life. This event will be introduced by Florida Ocean Real Estate Broker/Owner Bree Fary; Florida Ocean Real Estate SRES Real Estate Broker Barbara Asinari; Betsy Grammenos, Real Estate Sales/Scaling Expert, Design Activities and Interior Decoration; Hiren Patel, Oceans Lending loan Officer/Branch Manager; Barbara Fradkin, director of a high-end apartment. This is both a face-to-face and virtual event. For RSVP, please call 321-751-6771 to reserve a seat or request ZOOM Link. A high-end plaza is located at 8850 Spyglass Hill Rd. In Vieira. A mask is required in a high-level square.
A senior position: the trap of real estate planning, are you really protected? -On Wednesday, January 20, at 10 am, a seminar on judicial justice education hosted by Rhodes Law. Join Ruth C. Rhodes, Esq. Attend a free Sheriff’s Seminar, where you will learn the basics and importance of real estate planning. You can also conduct LIVE webinars through GoToMeeting! Refreshments will be provided. Seats are limited and must be returned to 321-610-4542. A high-end plaza is located at 8085 Spyglass Hill Road in Viera.
Medicaid-Facts and Myths: Medicaid is not only for people with financial difficulties! When introducing them to experts on the subject from 4 to 6 pm on Wednesday, January 20, join a senior square to meet with experts from the Advanced Resource Alliance and CARES to explain what their Medicaid is. Lawyer Ruth Rhodes of the Rhodes Act of Pennsylvania and her Medicaid expert Jackie McManus (Jackie McManus) are also explaining eligibility and applicability. This is both a face-to-face and virtual event. For RSVP, please call 321-751-6771 to reserve a seat or request ZOOM Link. A high-end plaza is located at 8850 Spyglass Hill Rd. In Vieira. A mask is required in a high-level square.
Breakfast with the police: The Big Palm Bay Chamber of Commerce will organize a breakfast meeting at the 117 American Veterans Association on Thursday, January 21. Meet the new Mayor of Palm Bay and the new council members from Palm Bay and West Melbourne. While having breakfast, they listened to the situation in their respective cities and learned about the goals the new council members hope to achieve during their tenure. While having breakfast, you can also hear the situation in their respective cities and understand the work that the new directors hope to complete during their tenure. There will be time for question and answer. Breakfast activities will be held at 8:30-10:30 in the morning. Seats are limited. Register at
Or call 321-951-9998. Masks, temperature checks and social evacuation guidelines will be followed.
Thinking of cremation? : A high-end venue in Viera is sponsoring an information seminar on the benefits of pre-planned cremation. Representatives of the National Cremation Society will discuss advance planning, affordable options and savings, and the benefits of travel and relocation plans. After the seminar, you will enjoy a free lunch at the Italian Grille in Carrabba. The individual-only event will be held on January 22 (Friday) from 11pm to 1pm in an exclusive plaza at 8850 Spyglass Hill Rd. In Vieira. Seats are limited. You must respond by calling (321) 751-6771. A mask is required in a high-level square.
Annual luncheon and fantasy fashion show: Ladies Auxiliary Council 7408 will hold an annual luncheon and fantasy fashion show at Knights of Columbus Hall, 6725 Babcock Street, Malaba from 12pm to 4pm on January 23, 2021. Tickets are $18. Due to limited seats, please order in advance. For more information, please contact Marietta Janutolo at 321-727-2383 or Wilda Karl at 321-373-2992.
At 9:30 am, January 23 (Saturday), hiking with Sams House: Take a one-hour hike on the Sams House trail with our naturalists. Please bring a hat, water and walking shoes. Limited to 1 group. Each group has a maximum of 8 people. Registration is required. Please call (321) 449-4720 to register.
Dunkin Donuts Auto Show: Participate in Indialantic's Dunkin Donuts. Let's start the new year with the first gear of Dunkin Donuts Beachside in Indialantic. All cars, trucks and bicycles. If all goes well, welcome to add all years and models. There is no judgment, no trophy, just fun. Starting from 8 noon on January 24th (Sunday) at 1210 N. A1A in Indialantic, you will see the most unique vehicle group toll again. Is there any problem-call (321) 725-3648 and call Gear Head Bill Billantonez.
Spiritual Church: Karen Loffler will give a speech on Sunday, January 24. The service starts at 10 am and continues until 11:30 am. The spiritual church is a church dedicated to the promotion of spiritual science, philosophy and religious beliefs. We believe in the infinite spirit, and believe that God is the infinite spirit. Everyone is responsible for their own happiness or unhappiness while walking on the earth. The Spirit Church is located at Melody Lane 1924 in Melbourne. For more information, please call (321) 419-6262.
Bring your own kayak: Sams House sponsors a water trip from 9:30 am to noon on January 28 (Thursday).
Meet at the Thousand Islands Reserve at No. 599 Cocoa Beach Ramp.
The Thousand Islands Reserve covers an area of 338 acres and is located on the Banana River next to Cocoa Beach and consists of a series of islands in the Indus lagoon. The area is home to a variety of wildlife, including storks, alligators and manatees.
Registration is required. Please call (321) 449-4720 to register. We will follow the CDC guidelines and conduct all plans outdoors within the scope of strictly restricted participants.
New year public auction! : Cliff Shuler Auctioneers will hold a public auction at 422 Julia Street in Titusville from 10 am to 4 pm on Saturday, January 30. Almost everything is auctioned, usually including kitchen sinks! For sale are real estate, guns, urban surplus, 2006 Kawasaki Vulcan, golf carts, tools, Mi-TM 1500 PSI steam pressure washer, furniture, cars, ECHO Bearcat wood chippers, trucks, boats, antiques, and many more. ! The gate opens at 8 am for registration and inspection. Participation is free. sign up for free. No buyer's right! We don’t believe in BP! Serving Florida for more than 42 years. To learn more, please visit
Then click on the upcoming auction to view our catalog!
Spiritual Church: Pastor Denise Meyer gave a speech on Sunday, January 17th. The ceremony started at 10 am and lasted until 11:30. The Spiritual Church is a church dedicated to the advancement of science, philosophy and religion. spiritualism. We believe in the infinite spirit, and believe that God is the infinite spirit. Everyone is responsible for their own happiness or unhappiness while walking on the earth. The Spirit Church is located at Melody Lane 1924 in Melbourne. For more information, please call (321) 419-6262.
Driving movie: Please go to Fred Lee Park to watch "Groundhog Day (PG)" in the park on February 6th to get a free driving movie. The movie will be shown on the huge outdoor movie screen from 6:15 pm. We will start allowing vehicles to enter the venue at 5:15 pm. You will be able to park in the limited parking spaces and watch your own movies. car. The sound will be played via FM radio. You must pre-register to use your space. Click here to register-
For more information, please call Tony Rosa Community Center at (321) 952-3443. There may be a limited amount of space that can be put on the day of the event, but there is no guarantee that there will be enough space. If the weather is bad, please dial (321) 726-5682 to call the "Special Events Rain Prevention Hotline". Fred Lee Park is located at 895 Emerson Dr. NE in Palm Cove.
Food and music: On Sunday, February 13, enjoy the largest food festival in Brevard County at Wickham Park. 321: The food festival starts at noon and lasts until 10 pm. Taste all the best food from the Space Coast in one place! In this free event, you will find local restaurants, bakeries, food trucks and other restaurants that offer tasting menus with prices ranging from $1 to $4. Taste food in all the best restaurants on and off the space coast! Handicrafts and household beer, specialty cocktails and non-alcoholic beverages will also be provided. ``The hottest band in the area will maintain a good atmosphere and last until night! A selection of popular local pinks, coastal varieties and Tru Phonic. Be sure to check out our event market for unique items from local small businesses, artists, artisans and special craftsmen. This is another great way to get to #shopsmall and #supportlocal while enjoying the free 321: Food Fest time! ``People of all ages are welcome to participate, so please gather staff or make an appointment, and be sure to join us on February 13th!
Artist of the month: Christine Velez Stone of Titusville is the artist of the month at Cocoa Beach Studios. Until Sunday, January 31st, every day at Studios in Cocoa Beach (Studio Cocoa Beach), the designer artist’s wonderful acrylic paintings will be displayed. Large, bright and bold paintings depict happy, worry-free activities and places. Her award-winning paintings have been exhibited in art exhibitions and exhibitions in Florida.
As a child, Christine's father often traveled on business, and she communicated through painting. Seeing her talent, her family enrolled her in art class and continued to study at school. She received an art scholarship and an AA degree in visual arts at Berkshire Community College in Massachusetts. She then moved to Colombia to spend time with the family of her late father. There, she studied art and design for three years at La Academia Superior de Arte in Medellin. This led to his work as a designer and painter, including murals, trompe l'oeil paintings, artificial veneers, and set designs for theater groups.
Currently, Cocoa Beach Studios are open only from 10:30 to 3:30, and some evenings. Volunteers are open at any time, and hours may change. Check site calendar
Confirm or call 321-613-3480 to schedule an appointment. Cocoa Beach Studios are located at 165 Minuteman Causeway Cocoa Beach.
Edward Jones Coffee Club: On the first Wednesday of each month, at 9:00 am, David Palmbach and Edward Jones will be in Melbourne Wake A coffee club is hosted at the breakfast station of Post Common Plaza at 4100 Mulu. David will discuss current affairs, economics and investment. This informal gathering will give you the opportunity to ask questions, have fun, and meet some neighbors. For more information, please contact 321-255-1770.
"Not Alone" Scholarship: Two hours of fellowship a month, food and fun from home blessing. Birthdays and other special occasions are celebrated with gifts. The first Monday of every month (except Labor Day). 11:30 am-1:30 pm or 5:30-7:30 pm For those who have suffered some form of loss, this is an outreach ministry. It is a safe place to meet, interact, accept and support people with other experiences that lead to different aspects of loneliness and sadness. We welcome anyone regardless of age, gender, nationality or cultural background, sexual orientation, religious belief or marital status at the time of death/separation, regardless of the cause or how long it has been since the loss. Reservation required. The fellowship was held at the Victim Baptist Church at 2980 Wickham Road, Melbourne. For more information, please contact Peggy Farrow-Mattson at 918-264-4265 and
Green Gable Open Day: Green Gable will host an open day from 10 am to 2 pm on Saturday. Even though the Green Gable Company of the historic Riverview Village has applied for consideration of a Florida supporting grant to own the house, we must continue to work hard to repair, stabilize and restore this historic Anne in the South Brevard area Queen's style treasure. Green Gables is one of only three Queen Anne-style houses in South Brevard, so it is important to preserve this building and restore the house and the legacy of the Wells family. William and Nora Wells played a key role in the early development of Melbourne. Their foresight and generosity allowed the area to own Wells Park and the first auditorium, and helped to establish and build the first library, organized and funded the first high school class, to name a few, these Both have been loved by generations. Learn more in the documentary "The Forgotten Witch". For more information, please visit,
American Veterans Bike Night: The American Veterans Association 117, located at 189 Veterans Drive SE, Palm Bay, hosts a free bicycle night for people 21 and older on the last Thursday of each month. The drivers got together. For more information, please contact Chris Hess at 321-729-8089 or email.
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Dance class: Dance class back to Wickham Senior Centre located at 2785 Leisure Way in Melbourne. "Everything goes well" Monday night at 6:30 pm. This course covers all dance types. You can determine the work to be processed according to the group price.
January Group Course-Cha Cha at 7:30pm
For more information, please call Chris or Larry at 321-258-5916 or visit
Worship hometown: Rockledge Presbyterian Church is located at 921 Rockledge Drive in Rockledge. After social evacuations, various activities and live broadcast services will be held every week. Worship constitutes the safety of our own house. For more information on how to participate, please call 321-636-0811 or visit its website at:
Italian Course: Every Monday night from 6pm to 8pm, the Italian American Club of Brevard organizes Italian courses. There are four levels of courses, including beginners. Free coffee and desserts are provided during breaks. The tuition fee for a 52 class is $50. For more information, please call 321-242-8044 or visit
Advanced Center Course: Freedom 7's advanced community center in Cocoa Beach is open and functioning well. Classes are available for both members and non-members. You need to wear a mask to enter the building. Your body temperature will be measured, your forehead will be scanned, and we will perform social distancing. Zumba Gold is $5 per lesson on Monday and Wednesday at 9:30 am. Yoga at 11 am on Tuesday is $2-3 per class. Strength and balance cabins for all ages can be assisted by chairs if needed. Tuesday and Thursday at 9:30 am, each class is $2. Freedom 7 Senior Center is located in the Cocoa Beach Country Club. 5000 Tom Woliner Boulevard, Cocoa Beach 321-283-9505.
Space Coast Farmers Market: The Space Coast Adult Market is held every Sunday at Larry Schultz Park, Fiske Boulevard 2560, Rockledge. This event is open to the public. Florida’s fresh produce, local honey, fresh eggs, baked goods, olives, organic soaps, soy candles, handmade wood, embroidered summer clothes, jewelry, rocks and minerals, handmade children’s clothing, peanuts and cooked ones Peanuts, massage therapists, handmade pottery and paintings, quilts, delicious food, Del music and more! For more information, please call 321-961-2732 or send an email to Joyce Rizzo and Pam Rollins at
Genius Hour: The Southern Continent Library at 7921 Ron Beatty Boulevard in Micco will host a "Genius Hour", allowing you to release your inner creativity and scientific genius without stress. Why should kids play all the interesting new things? The event started on Tuesday, January 22, and lasted every Tuesday from 4 pm to 5 pm until May 28. This event is free and open to the public. For more information, please call Ellery Cason at 772-664-4066 or email:
Friday: Yarn Club, 2-4 pm (visitors of all ages and abilities are welcome)
Monday: 10 am to 1 pm; Master Gardener, 2-4 pm (plant samples with questions); creative writing, 9 am to 11 am
Tuesday: Senior Games, 11 am to 3 pm (with your favorite games and lunch or snacks); Luminous-serving the health insurance needs of the elderly, noon to 3 pm (Wednesday from 1 pm to 4 pm, Call (321) 222-7981 to make an appointment)
Wednesday: Life Skills Training, 4pm to 5pm
Thursday: STIR-story time for independent readers, 3:30 to 4:30 pm (pre-registration required)
Saturday: Anonymous diners, 9:30 am to 10:30 am
Enjoy knight activities: The 7408 Knights of the Columbus Council at Babcock St. 6725 in Malaba organized some activities for families.
Monday: Enjoy bingo game. Doors open at 5 pm, Bingo opens from 6 pm to 10 pm, and sells food from 5 pm to 7 pm
Friday: Dinner from 5 to 7 pm. The menu includes fish, hamburgers, fish sandwiches, soups, salads and desserts.
Dinner and dancing: The 1744 Elk Hut welcomes the elk and guests in the hut at S. Nieman Ave. 211, South Melbourne, for a Friday dinner and dance night. Dinner is served from 5:30 to 7 pm, and dancing will begin with live music at 6:30 pm. For more information about room rental or scheduled events, please call (321) 768-1744.
Tuesday: Gentle yoga, bring a mat/towel and comfortable clothes at 4:30pm. $5 per lesson.
Wednesday: Children's Story Time, "Loose Mother Goose", 9:30 am-10:30 pm, registration required. Age 15 months to 3rd birthday.
Junior Builders Club: Children aged 5 and above will use Lego toys to challenge the building process at 3:30 in the afternoon.
Activities at the Joseph Davis Community Centre in Melbourne:
Friday: Late night basketball (ages 8-17), $1 from 8pm to 11pm.
Monday: Monday to Friday morning walk from 8:30 am to 10 am (all ages). free.
On Monday and Wednesday from 9 am to noon, you can pickleball (all ages). $1.
A full court basketball game organized by adults from 12:30 to 2:30 pm on Monday and Tuesday for 18 years and older. $1.
Monday to Thursday 3:45 pm to 5 pm after school (6-12 years old). free.
Chess and critical thinking class (all ages): 5 pm to 6 pm
Tuesday: Bingo is $2 from 10 to 11 am.
The table tennis club (all ages) runs from 7pm to 8:30pm on Tuesday and Thursday. free.
Wednesday: Video game night (all ages) is free from 6 am to 8 pm.
Adult step dance classes are held on the first and third Wednesday, from 6:30 to 8 pm
Thursday: Co-educational community volleyball (16 years old and above) from 6 am to 8:30 pm $1.
All activities are held at the Joseph Davis Community Center. 2547 Grant Street, Melbourne. For more information, please call (321) 608-7460.
Brewery tour: Saturday night from 2 pm to 2:30 pm, at Playalinda Beer Company-Brix Project, 5220 Washington Avenue, free tour. Learn about beer while visiting the second factory of the Brevard-based brewing company in a stylishly renovated former logging yard south of Titusville.
• The outdoor beer garden is dog-loving
• Children are always welcome
• Smoking is allowed in the outdoor beer garden
• Community seating (in and out) first come first served
For more information, please call (321) 567-5974.
Farmers’ Market: The Space Coast Planner’s Market is held every Saturday at the First United Methodist Church at 3300 North Atlantic Avenue in Cocoa Beach. The event is open to the public. Fresh produce from Florida, local honey, fresh eggs, baked goods, olives, organic soaps, soy candles, handmade wood, embroidered summer clothes, jewelry, rocks and minerals, handmade children's clothes, jerky and cooked Peanuts, massage therapists, handmade pottery and paintings, quilts, delicious food, Del music and more! For more information, please call 321-961-2732 or send an email to Joyce Rizzo and Pam Rollins at
Hebrew introductory course: Learn to speak Hebrew at the Israeli Temple at 7350 Lake Andrew, Viera at 12:15 noon on Sunday. The course is taught by Peter Czutrin from Israel. You don't need to be Jewish to learn Hebrew, and you can start the course at any time. It is open to all teenagers, with a membership fee of US$144 and a non-member fee of US$160. For more information or to register, please call (321) 631-9494 or email
Tuesday: Story Time for Little Nerds, 10 am (2 years old and above), Master Gardener Clinic, 1 to 3 pm (with problematic plant samples)
Friday: Baby Rhyme Time Story Time, 10 am (2 years old and below)
For more information, please call (321) 455-1369.
Adult Coloring: From Monday to 10 am to noon, enjoy adult coloring at the Central Brevard Library at 308 Cocoforrest Avenue. The program is free and supplies are provided. For more information, please call (321) 633-1792.
Create greeting cards and gift bags: On Monday at 10:30 am and 1:30 pm at Art Gallery of Viera and Ree (between Chico's and Belk on the boulevard) in the Art Gallery card and gift making class to learn fast, fun and Simple technique Viera). Enjoy making a new project every week. The price of this category is $10 and includes fine, high-quality materials, including cardstock, decorative paper, stamps, inks, embossed products, die-cut parts and accessories. Please call (321) 773-0095 or (321) 961-2350 or
Grief Support Group: The Hospice Center of St. Francis will host a Grief Support Group in Room 108, 4875 Wickham Road, Melbourne at 1pm on Monday. For more information, please call Christy Taylor at (321) 269-4240 or email
Monday: The Adult Morning Club is open from 8:30 to 10:30 am on Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Over 18 years old. free.
Tuesday: The Cubs will meet from 6:30 to pm (in progress), ages 6-11. $24 USD per year.
Wednesday: Youth club after school, age 6-11, from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm. free
Thursday: Youth Game Night, from 6:11 to 5:30 to 6:30 pm. free..
All activities are held at the Lipscomb Community Centre, Monroe St. 3316, Melbourne. For more information, please call (321) 608-7450.
Sunrise Yoga: Every Tuesday at 7:30, enjoy yoga at the Barrier Island Center, 8385 State Road A1A, Melbourne Beach.
Improve your health with BIC volunteer Isa. There is a donation of $8.
For more information, please call (321) 723-3556 or visit
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Harare, Zimbabwe-In Zimbabwe, teenage taekwondo enthusiasts forced to marry 10-year-old girls due to poverty or traditional and religious practices are using the sport to provide girls in poor communities with opportunities to fight.
17-year-old Natsiraishe Maritsa is a 5-year-old martial arts fan. He has been using Taekwondo since he was 5. Taekwondo rally young girls and mothers work together to fight for child marriage.
In the poor settlement of Epworth, about 15 kilometers (9 miles) southeast of the capital Harare, a 4-year-old child and some former classmates of the now married Natsiraishe lined up in the dusty little yard outside their parents’ home .
They enthusiastically followed her instructions to stretch, kick, hit, hit and hold. After class, they talked about the dangers of child marriage. The recently married girl holds the baby and takes the lead.
They told one after another how their marriage became bondage, including verbal and physical abuse, marital rape, pregnancy-related health complications and hunger.
After the meeting, Marica told the Associated Press: "We are not ready for marriage. We are still too young for this." She said that this is a "safe space" for girls to share their thoughts.
Marica said: "In people's campaigns against child marriage, the role of underage mothers is usually ignored. Here, I use their voice and challenges to discourage unmarried young girls from giving up early sexual activities and marriage."
According to a law made by Zimbabwe in 2016 after the Constitutional Court repealed an earlier law allowing girls to marry at the age of 16, neither boy nor girl could legally marry until they were 18.
However, this practice is still common in economically difficult southern African countries. According to UNICEF, it is estimated that 30% of girls in the country are married before the age of 18. Child marriage is common throughout Africa. With the COVID-19 pandemic, poverty has increased and the pressure on families to marry young daughters has increased.
For girls, and for some impoverished families in Zimbabwe, marrying a young daughter means reducing the burden, and the bride price paid by the husband is usually used by the family as a means of earning a living. Child marriage.
According to the organization, some religious denominations encourage girls under the age of 10 to marry older men for "mental guidance," while some families force girls who engage in premarital sex to marry boyfriends in order to avoid "shame."
Through her association called the Auditorium for the Vulnerable Minors, Maritsa hopes to increase the confidence of married girls and single girls through martial arts classes and subsequent discussions.
Zimbabwe imposed strict lockdown measures last week to ban public gatherings in an attempt to slow the unprecedented surge of new COVID-19 infections. This forced Marica to suspend the meeting, but she hopes to resume once the lockdown is lifted.
"From hopelessness, the young mother feels capable... able to use her story to persuade other girls not to fall into the same trap," Marica said. She said that she started the project in 2018 after seeing her friends leave school to get married. .
Some people, such as her best friend, 21-year-old Pruzmay Mandaza, are now planning to return to school, even though her husband forced her to resign as the vice chairman of the association and prevented her from participating in taekwondo training.
In the neatly decorated small house decorated with Maritsa medals and pictures, her parents prepared juice and some cookies for the girl-sacrifices they made to help their daughter.
Marica said: "I can only accommodate 15 people in each class, because my only support is the support of my parents." She said: "My father is a small farmer, and my mother is a full-time housewife, but they want for me. A little sacrifice was made to achieve the goal." She said, "He is my jogging partner."
Taekwondo is not very popular in the avid football Zimbabwe, but there are many professional and backyard training schools here.
Despite limited resources, Maritsa remains committed to its mission.
Women’s groups warned that as COVID-19 keeps children away from school and deepens poverty, early marriages may increase.
Even some people attending the Maritsa family meeting seem to have different priorities.
"We need to know how to make our husband happy. This is very important." Privilege Chimombe is a 17-year-old mother of two children. Her first child was 13 years old and was abandoned by her husband.
Marica said: "These are the views we must fight against." "It's difficult, but it must be done."
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