ShortNotes: Darryl Worley, George Jones, Lifenotes

Darryl Worley has recorded “Bring It On,” the new theme song for the Titans Radio Network. The song was co-written by Worley, Jim “Moose” Brown and the Titans’ own starting quarterback, Kerry Collins. Prior to the Titans game this Sunday, October 11 against the Indianapolis Colts, Worley and Collins will be featured guests on Titans Radio.


Lifenotes: Ruth McGinnis, a classically trained violinist and frequent collaborator of Amy Grant, died Tuesday at age 52. She had suffered with ovarian cancer in recent years. Visitation will be 4-8 p.m. today (10/9) at the Marshall Donnelly Combs Funeral Home, and a memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at Christ Church Cathedral.

Barbara Bates, mother of Black River recording artist Jeff Bates, also passed away on Sunday, October 4.


George Jones will appear on CBS Sunday Morning this Sunday, October 11. Host and interviewer Bob Schieffer visited Jones’s Nashville home and also stopped by the Ryman Auditorium late this summer to talk musical history, and much more with the legend.


Ralph Stanley II, Randy Kohrs, and Ken Mellons are among the artists playing the Keith Whitley Memorial Tribute Concert at the Nashville Palace tomorrow (10/10) starting at 8:30 PM. Proceeds will go to help Bonnie Cherrie Hill (co-founder of The Keith Whitley Association) with costs incurred during her cancer treatment. Admission will be $20 at the door.


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