Webster Public Relations has signed three veteran performers to its roster for public relations representation. John Berry, Roy Clark, and John Conlee have signed on as the company’s newest clients.
Berry’s radio hits include the chart-topper “Your Love Amazes Me,” as well as hits “Kiss Me In The Car,” “She’s Taken a Shine,” and “Standing On The Edge of Goodbye.”
Berry will soon be releasing a new book entitled Songs and Stories, which will take fans inside the scenes of some of his biggest hits.
Clark initially found success in the 1960s and 1970s, with songs such as “The Tips Of My Fingers,” and guest appearances on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, and The Beverly Hillbillies. In 1969, he teamed with Buck Owens to host the CBS series Hee Haw. Hits including “Come Live With Me” and “Honeymoon Feelin'” followed.
He earned the Country Music Association’s Entertainer of the Year trophy in 1973. He was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2009.
Conlee began his music career in radio at Nashville’s WLAC-AM in the 1970s. He notched his first hit in 1978 with “Rose Colored Glasses,” followed by “Miss Emily’s Picture,” “Common Man,” “Mama’s Rockin’ Chair,” “Old School,” and more.
He will soon release the sophomore edition of his Classics CD.
Kirt Webster exclaimed, “The Webster brand has always stood for excellence and honor, and how do you get more so than this trio of artists?”
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