Lady Antebellum photo courtesy of Capitol Nashville.
On Saturday we shared the sad news of the passing of Lady Antebellum’s Hillary Scott’s grandmother.
Today, Music Row magazine reported these additional details: Linda Davis’ mother and Hillary’s grandmother, Lois “Onita” Davis, died July 14 in Carthage, Texas. She was 80 years old and her family describes her as a wonderful homemaker and devoted mother to three children, including Linda, daughter Vernell Owen (husband Jimmy), and son Troy “Tator” Davis (wife Sonya).
According to Music Row, Mrs. Davis worked for years in the local school cafeteria and was a longtime Continue Reading
Josh Turner visits host Nan Kelley on the set of Top 20 Country Countdown.
The Colon Cancer Alliance announces the 3rd Annual “Stars Go Blue” benefit concert for colon cancer at the Country Music Hall of Fame on Wednesday, March 16, 2011. The event benefits the Blue Note Fund, which provides financial support for colon cancer patients in need of financial assistance.
The theme of this year’s show is “Couples in Country Music” featuring multi-platinum MCA recording artist and Grand Ole Opry member Josh Turner and his wife and band member, Jennifer, along with Grammy winning singer Linda Davis and her husband singer/songwriter, Lang Scott. Also performing is “Stars Go Blue” creator and Grammy nominated producer/artist Charlie Kelley with his wife, GAC host Nan Kelley.
Tickets are $100.00 per person and include the intimate concert in the Ford Theater, a VIP cocktail reception, and auction after the concert. For tickets or more information, please visit www.thestarsgoblue.com. Amgen is silver sponsor for the event. Continue Reading