Catching Up With The Country Stars Of The 90s – Ty Herndon, Collin Raye, Bryan White, John Berry
This is a rare chance for Country Music fans to see some the biggest stars of the 90s on one stage at the same time, sharing stories about their biggest hits and reminiscing about the events that took Country Music to new heights in the 90s.
Since the CMA Music Festival is all about the fans, we want to give you a chance to ask these 90s blockbusters about their contributions to the growth of Country Music. Please leave your questions for any one of these 90s stars in the comment section below (don’t forget to include your town and state, as we may use some of these questions during our show).
Catching Up With The Stars Of The 90s- CMA Close Up Stage at Music City Center, June 8, 3:30pm
Ty Herndon- 13 Top 40 Billboard Hits. ‘What Mattered Most’ ‘Living In A Moment’ ‘It Must Be Love.’
Collin Raye- 1996,1997,1998 Nominee For CMA Male Vocalist of the Year. 25 Top 40 Billboard Hits. ‘Love, Me’ ‘In This Life’ ‘One Boy, One Girl.’
Bryan White- 1996 CMA Horizon Award. 12 Top 40 Billboard Hits. ‘Someone Else’s Star’ ‘Rebecca Lynn’ ‘So Much For Pretending.’
John Berry- 1995 CMA Horizon Award and Male Vocalist of the Year Nominee. 11 Top 40 Billboard Hits. ‘Your Love Amazes Me’ ‘Standing On The Edge Of Goodbye’ ‘She’s Taken A Shine.’
Update: Tim Rushlow, former lead singer of Little Texas, will replace Collin Raye (due to illness). Little Texas is best known for 90s hits ‘God Blessed Texas’ ‘What Might Have Been’ and ‘My Love.’ Little Texas won a CMA for their contributions to the 1993 CMA Album of the Year Common Thread and a nomination in 1994 for Vocal Group of the Year.