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Jack Greene

   After being on top, it's hard to imagine reaching any higher. But if the high comes from just keeping the faith and repeatedly giving it a best shot, another upward step Jack Greenedoesn't seem to difficult. Difficult it's not for Grand Ole Opry star Jack Greene, who plans to keep up the good work he has done over the years.
   The world of entertainment still refers to 1967 as the year of JACK GREENE -- a time that credits him as the first artist to ever receive four Country Music Association awards. This accomplishment has only been matched by three other entertainers: Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard and Randy Travis. In 1967, Jack carried off practically every award an artist dreams of winning. Those awards included Male Vocalist Of The Year, Album Of The Year, Single Of The Year and Song Of The Year: "There Goes My Everything". So what does the future hold for a man who has particularly taken on every musical challenge possible? "Everything starts with a song," says JACK. "There's a lot involved in recording, especially with today's modern technology, but the song is most important."
   There is still a demand for the songs that made Jack the legend he is today. Songs such as "The Last Letter", "Don't You Ever Get Tired Of Hurting Me" and "Sing For The Good Times", will never be forgotten. "The fans will want to hear some of that old material," he says. "In 1984, we went back into the studio and re-cut six of the #1 records using the new recording technology." His blockbuster "There Goes My Everything", was recorded 111 times, in 14 different languages.
   Jack has strong ties with the Grand Ole Opry family. It certainly will not be a surprise if he is soon placed in the legend category as Roy Acuff, Ernest Tubb and Bill Monroe are.
   "I'm not afraid of anything," says Jack. He credits most of that attitude toward his return to religion. "Church is really important to me now," he says. "After being away from church for many years, I now realize what I've missed."

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      Song Titles
1. There Goes My Everything
2. Statue Of A Fool
3. Goin' Through Hell For An Angel
4. Midnight Tennessee Woman
5. All The Time
6. You Are My Treasure
7. Don't You Ever Get Tired (Of Hurting Me)
8. I'd Do As Much For You
9. I'd Be Home On Christmas Day
10. Last Letter, The

Candi Carpenter

   Nashville has been captivated and mesmerized by an incredible young singer Candi Carpenterwhose outstanding talent has turned heads and raised eyebrows everywhere she’s performed. The crowds first warm up to her enchanting smile and serene beauty, then become totally enthralled by her tremendously powerful voice and magnetic stage presence.
   Candi Carpenter is like nothing Nashville has ever seen. Possessed of a grace and charm that is refreshingly genuine, she has developed into a dynamic performer who can energize a crowd with vocal stylings that must truly be heard to be believed. Whether she's wringing every last drop of emotion from a country music ballad, or singing her own compositions, Candi’s amazing vocal range and power-packed delivery leave the audience screaming for more.

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Candi Carpenter is an Alumnus of Young Guns Country Music Association


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