By Michael Williams
First Class Productions is bringing three country music giants to the stage at Country Tonite Theater in Pigeon Forge. In the Three generations of Country Music Show, the country music icons will take the stage in an acoustic performance on Sept. 19.
Bobby Bare, John Anderson and Darryl Worley form the trio.
Bare spring boarded to fame in the 1970s with classic country songs such as “Detroit City,” “500 Miles Away from Home,” “Marie Laveau” and “(Margie’s At) The Lincoln Park Inn.” In a career that has spanned more than 50 years Bare has enjoyed a great career in country music as well as having success on the Pop charts. He has been inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.
John Anderson hit the charts in the 1980s with such classic tune as “Swingin,” the Platinum certified “Seminole Wind,” “Wild and Blue,” “I’m Just An Old Chunk Of Coal,” “1959,″ “I Just Came Home To Count The Memories” and “Black Sheep.”
Darryl Worley exploded onto the music scene within the past 20 years with nearly twenty hit singles, including three #1s, as well as chart-topping albums and sales in the millions. Worley is a distinctive singer and first-rate songwriter whose music chronicles life, love and the world situation with equal facility. Some of Worley’s hits include “I Miss My Friend,” “Awful, Beautiful Life,” “A Good Day to Run,” and “Have You Forgotten.
The show starts at 8 p.m. Tickets are on sale now and may be purchased at Country Tonite Theater on the Parkway in Pigeon Forge or by calling 1-800-792-4308 or 865-453-2003. For more information visit www.countrytonitepf.com.