Laura Cantrell tributes Kitty Wells
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Laura Cantrell tributes Kitty Wells

Friday, April 24, 2009 – New York by way of Tennessee singer Laura Cantrell will perform in tribute to Kitty Wells and discuss her impact at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Saturday, May 9.

Paul Burch, Chris Scruggs and other Nashville notables will make up her band. This program is in support of the featured exhibit Kitty Wells: Queen of Country Music, Presented by Great American Country Television Network. A signing will follow in the Museum Store. Included with museum admission. Free to museum members.


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