Country Music Hall Of Fame Celebrates Kitty Wells
March 30, 2009 at 8:53 AM (PT)
The COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME and MUSEUM in NASHVILLE will present a panel discussion featuring COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAMER KITTY WELLS on SATURDAY, APRIL 25th, at 1:30 p (CT). The program, titled Finding Her Voice: Kitty Wells and Her Country Sisters, will also include singer-songwriters CARLENE CARTER, KAREN STALEY, and CHELY WRIGHT. It will be moderated by noted authors MARY BUFWACK and journalist ROBERT K. OERMANN.
"Finding Her Voice" is presented in conjunction with the Museum’s exhibition Kitty Wells: Queen of Country Music, Presented by Great American Country Television Network, which runs through June 14, 2009; the program is included with Museum admission and free to Museum members.
WELLS was Country music’s first female star. She blazed onto the charts in 1952 with her signature hit, “It Wasn’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels,” and, over the next three decades, accumulated 35 Billboard Top Ten hits and 81 charted singles.
For more on the event and the COUNTRY HALL OF FAME, call (615) 426-2001 or visit www.countrymusichalloffame.com.