Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN

December 20, 2012

Texas Troubadours, Tommy Dee to host New Year’s party


CROSSVILLE — Texas Troubadours from Nashville along with Tommy Dee, Phillip Turner, Regina Stephens, Walter Tollett and the Trackside Band, Tony Perry, Johnny Moore, Carl Tucker, The Swing A Billies, Ronnie Dale, Lynn Owlsey, and a Big Green Tractor will give Cumberland County a New Year's Eve Party to remember.

This non-alcoholic show and dance is going to feature great classic country music, good ole rock-and-roll, a salute to our veterans, with a tribute to America's farming families. All this in the the spirit of a New Year for America.

The entertainment for this party has one foot in the past and one foot in the future.

Troubadour members Lynn Owlsey and Ronnie Dale have worked with the likes of Kenny Rogers, Merle Haggard, Kid Rock, Ray Price, Ernest Tubb, and are still on the road, very much involved with the music industry today. These guys have appeared in movies like "Coal Miner's Daughter." They have appeared on a wide range of television shows including "Late Night With David Letterman."

The Swing A Billies have a hot new song burning up the airways and are getting ready for the upcoming 2013 tour dates.

The Trackside Band is doing a lot these days with Stingray Anthony. This is a great performing group.

The Voice, Regina Stephens, is one of East Tennessee's Best Female Vocalists.

Tony Perry, Mr. Radio, as he is known in Cumberland County is taking part and promises all who attend the show a great time.

Tommy Dee has a few new songs up his sleeve for the party. Tommy and Johnny Moore are considered pioneers in the music industry.

Harmonica man Carl Tucker will give an outstanding performance as always.

Phillip Turner will be debuting a Johnny Cash Tribute that no Cash fan would want to miss!

This show has more talent and fun than a fleet of big trucks can haul. This is the best music value that $10 can buy. Advance tickets are on sale now and tickets are available at the door. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show starts at 8 p.m. in the Large Exhibit Building of the Cumberland County Community Complex on New Year's Eve with lots of free parking.