Dolly Parton's 'A Country Christmas Story' made it's premiere with a little Country Music history lesson. The predicable sentimental Lifetime television movie tells the story of a bi-racial girl's dream of becoming a Country Music star while honoring two long lost music legends.
Every Sunday Morning we enjoy great Classic Country memories on 1077 GNA from 6-9am. As we prepare to load up a bus trip to see Charley Pride in Pennsylvania, I thought it would be fun to remind everyone about three Nashville stars who were boosted to stardom thanks to their association with the 'Kiss An Angel Good Morning' Singer.
I'm excited to be hosting another Classic Country Road Trip this fall. This time, Sunday Morning Hall of Fame listeners will have a chance to see the legendary Charley Pride. As we prepare to enjoy another historic night, I've compiled a list of some my favorite Charley Pride songs.
Darius Rucker and Charley Pride have the honor of being the only two African American artists to have solo No. 1 hits in the Country Music genre. Surprisingly, Rucker just got the chance to meet the Country Music Hall of Famer for the first time in his career.
We recently had the chance to visit with Country Music Hall of Famer Charley Pride on WGNA's Sunday Morning Classic Country Show. The 'Kiss An Angel Good Morning' singer has quite an inspirational story to share.
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