A new tribute show to Loretta Lynn in Nashville in March will not only feature Emily Portman performing some of the country’s greatest songs, but will also feature her original band Cole Miners. The show is endorsed and endorsed by Lynn’s family.
always lorettaBilled as “The Ultimate Loretta Lynn Tribute Show,” featuring countless hits, hits Nashville’s Troubadour Theater on March 21st. The fan club has described her performance as “spot” and “fantastic”.
Debuting in Nashville, the show is further distinguished by the accompaniment of Cole Miners, which includes Lynn’s longtime bandleader and lead guitarist Dave Thornhill. He is joined by Bob Hempker, Lynn’s Steele guitarist for 55 years. Dennis Digby, bassist for 15 years. John Brown has been a drummer for 20 years. And Monty Parkey played the piano for five years.Rin died last October At 90, he is widely regarded as one of country music’s greats.
“When I do the ‘Loretta Lynn Tribute’ show with Emily, it takes me back to 1967 when I did my first show with Loretta,” he says. “After 55 years playing over 10,000 shows and playing lead guitar with Loretta, I feel like I’m starting over. What an honor to play music with Emily. , thank you, she is a true pro in my book and I look forward to playing many ‘Loretta’ shows with her. ”
Portman adds: I am honored to have gotten to know her and have her blessing in portraying her.
Tickets to the show are $50 and VIP tables are $250. For ticket information, please email email@example.com.
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