T.G. Sheppard And SiriusXM Continue The T.G. Sheppard Show On Elvis Radio Channel 75 For A Third Year
Country music legend T.G. Sheppard and SiriusXM extend The T.G. Sheppard Show on SiriusXM’s Elvis Radio for their third year featuring some of the biggest names in entertainment. Sheppard recalls how beginning his career at just 16 years old led him to a lifetime friendship with icon Elvis Presley. Sheppard shares his favorite memories of the King with close friends and guests such as Priscilla Presley, Lionel Richie, Barry Gibb, Olivia Newton-John, Travis Tritt, Reba McEntire, Dolly Parton, Luke Bryan, Linda Thompson, Charlene Tilton, and more.
The country music community came together for a wonderful night of music, stories, laughter, and tears in support of famed host and radio personality, Keith Bilbrey during ‘Coming Home: Rebuilding the Bilbreys’. Bilbrey and his wife, Emy Joe lost their home on June 22 after a devastating house fire. The event was live-streamed on countryroadtv.com from Trinity Broadcasting Network’s Huckabee Theater. All proceeds raised will be used in the rebuilding of their beloved home. ‘Coming Home: Rebuilding the Bilbreys’ was made possible by Country Road TV, Huckabee, Larry’s Country Diner, Gus Arrendale, and Springer Mountain Farms Fresh Chicken.
Few artists have left a more indelible mark on America’s musical landscape than B.J. Thomas. With his smooth, rich voice and unerring song sense, Thomas’s expansive career crossed multiple genres, including country, pop, and gospel, earning him CMA, Dove, and Grammy awards and nominations since his emergence in the 1960s.
Time Life continues to expand its digital music division with a nine-album digital distribution deal with country music legend T.G. Sheppard. For the first time, all of these classic albums will be available on all digital streaming platforms at the same time beginning March 26 and include several of his #1 hits and many all-time fan favorites including “Last Cheaters Waltz,” “I’ll Be Coming Back For More,” “Do You Wanna Go To Heaven,” “I Feel Like Loving You Again,” “I Loved ‘Em Every One,” “Party Time,” “Only One You,” “Finally,” “War Is Hell (On The Homefront Too)” and more. At the same time, T.G. will release a series of live videos on his YouTube channel, featuring never-before-seen concert footage from his performance at the Gold Strike in 2007. With a career spanning nearly five decades and a total of 21 #1 hits, T.G. Sheppard shows no signs of slowing down.
Don McLean Featured Guest On The T.G. Sheppard Show Friday, March 5th At 3 PM (ET) On SiriusXM’s Elvis Radio
Don McLean is a Grammy award honoree, a Songwriters Hall of Fame member, a BBC Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, and his smash hit “American Pie” resides in the Library of Congress National Recording Registry and was named by the Recording Industry of America (RIAA) as a top 5 song of the 20th Century. Now celebrating 50 years of his iconic anthem, McLean is making the press rounds to talk about his long-lasting career, the new version of American Pie with acapella group Home Free, his encounter with Col. Tom Parker, and more! Catch McLean this Friday (3/5/2021) at 3 PM (ET) as the featured guest on The T.G. Sheppard Show on SiriusXM’s Elvis Radio.
Country music legend, T.G. Sheppard appeared on TBN’s Huckabee over the weekend to debut his new single, “I’m A Song” from his current album Midnight in Memphis. Sheppard chose to release this single as a tribute to the many friends he has lost over the last year during the pandemic. “I’m A Song” is told from the perspective of the song, proving that although the entertainers may be gone, their songs and lyrics will live forever in our hearts. While on Huckabee, Sheppard also performed “Good Man” for their digital platform.
Leroy Van Dyke’s “Walk On By” From 1961 Nearly Tops Newsweek’s Top 100 Country Songs Of All Time After 60 Years
To ring in the New Year, Newsweek in association with Billboard magazine compiled a list of the Top 100 Country Songs of All Time. These singles are deemed essential to country music history and to the evolution of modern country songs. From 1959 to the present day, these singles leave a lasting impression on fans around the world. 2911 Media clients frequent the list ranking from #2 to #84 with artists such as Leroy Van Dyke, Charley Pride, Lynn Anderson, Conway Twitty, T.G Sheppard, Crystal Gayle, and Johnny Lee standing out as country staples.
Singer/songwriter Ed Bruce passed away Friday, January 8th at age 81. As a songwriter, artists such as Crystal Gayle (Restless), Charlie Louvin (See The Big Man Cry), Tommy Roe (Save Your Kisses), Tanya Tucker (Texas When I Die, The Man That Turned My Mama On), and Willie Nelson (Mama Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up To Be Cowboys) are just a few who have recorded his songs. As an artist, Bruce’s hits include “The Last Cowboy Song”, “Love’s Found You And Me”, “Ever, Never Lovin’ You”, “After All”, “My First Taste Of Texas” and more.
We hope that this curated playlist will bring some cheer to the end of your year, so give it a listen! Download some of your favorites and share them with family and friends.
To the delight of country music fans around the world, T.G. Sheppard will reissue nine of his legendary albums next year through his newly signed deal with Time Life. For the first time ever, these classic albums will be available on all digital platforms and include several of his #1 hits and many all-time fan favorites. With a career spanning nearly five decades and a total of 21 #1 hits, T.G. Sheppard shows no signs of slowing down. In addition to his new partnership with Time Life, Sheppard recently released the popular new Christmas single, “Christmas In Mexico,” with Kelly Lang.