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For exclusive PR / publicity representation of Gene Watson, contact Scott Adkins at Adkins Publicity in Nashville.



Gene Watson's Peers within the country music industry believe in the sheer talent of this unassuming man from east Texas, so much so that Gene is regarded by many of them as 'the singer's singer' - and rightly so!

All of Gene Watson's Peers, who were contacted by The Gene Watson Fan Site, during 2013, were most gracious with their time and words.

It is here, within this special part of The Gene Watson Fan Site, that you have an opportunity to read a quote from Dale Ann Bradley, which she submitted to this site on Friday 1 March 2013.

Sean Brady would like to take this opportunity to say 'thank you' to Dale Ann Bradley who made a special contribution to this unique part of this online 'celebration of a Lone Star Hero'.

Dale Ann Bradley

Dale Ann Bradley
This quote was submitted on Tuesday 12 May 2009.

'I am honoured to be asked to do this.

Gene is one of my all time favourites.

Gene Watson has been, and continues to be, one of the biggest musical influences in any style of music.

His songs are classics.


'Fourteen Carat Mind', which was written by Dallas Frazier and Larry Lee Favorite (Saturday 6 January 1940 - Saturday 26 May 2001), is a bluegrass standard.

I think the definition of 'Americana Music' is Gene Watson'.

Thank you, Dale Ann Bradley, for your support of Gene Watson.

About Dale Ann Bradley...

Dale Ann Bradley

Dale Ann Bradley
is a Bluegrass / Americana artist, who has released albums, both as a solo artist and with The New Coon Creek Girls, and is known for her distinctive, gentle vocal phrasing and covers of popular, yet non-genre-related, songs by numerous artists, including U2, Gordon Lightfoot, Jim Croce (Sunday 10 January 1943 - Thursday 20 September 1973) and Stealer's Wheel.

Raised in Pineville in southeastern Kentucky, Dale Ann Bradley began performing publicly at the age of fourteen at Pine Mountain State Park.

Soon afterwards, Dale Ann Bradley joined her first bluegrass band, Back Porch Grass; it was a fellow bandmate, Harold McGeorge, who later helped her put together a demo, take it to Nashville and get her a gig on 'Barndance'.

Dale Ann Bradley grew up in southeastern Kentucky and has lived in the 'Bluegrass State' for most of her life; her father was a coal miner and Baptist Minister. Dale Ann auditioned unsuccessfully for The New Coon Creek Girls in 1988 and then spent the next couple of years working as a solo artist in Renfro Valley, Kentucky.

The New Coon Creek Girls: 'The L&N Don't Stop Here Anymore' (Pinecastle Records, 1994)

In 1991, Dale Ann Bradley finally joined The New Coon Creek Girls and performed on the group's Pinecastle Records debut album in 1994, 'The L&N Don't Stop Here Anymore' (Pinecastle Records, 1994).

The New Coon Creek Girls' 'The L&N Don't Stop Here Anymore' (Pinecastle Records, 1994) included the following tracks:

'The L&N Don't Stop Here Anymore' (written by Tom T. Hall and Jean Ritchie)
'Little Willie', which was written by Ralph Stanley (Friday 25 February 1927 - Thursday 23 June 2016)
'Kentucky Blues' (written by Dale Ann Bradley)
'Stop, Look & Listen' (written by Pam Perry, Vicki Simmons and Doug Wooley)
'Possum Kingdom' (written by Ramona Church Taylor)
'I Ain't Never', which was written by Webb Pierce (Monday 8 August 1921 - Sunday 24 February 1991) and Mel Tillis (Monday 8 August 1932 - Sunday 19 November 2017)
'Mississippi Delta Dawn' (written by Dale Ann Bradley)
'Burning Love', which was written by Dennis Linde (Thursday 18 March 1943 - Friday 22 December 2006)

Elvis Presley's version of 'Burning Love', which was written by Dennis Linde (Thursday 18 March 1943 - Friday 22 December 2006), was released as a single on Tuesday 1 August 1972, with the B-side 'It's a Matter of Time'; the track reached the Top 40 of the Billboard country music singles chart, peaking at No.36.  The electric guitar opening and riffs were overdubbed and played by Dennis Linde (Thursday 18 March 1943 - Friday 22 December 2006).

For the weeks of Saturday 21 October 1972 and Saturday 28 October 1972, 'Burning Love' rose to No.2 on the Billboard Hot 100 pop music singles chart.  However, it reached No.1 on Cashbox's Top 40 Chart for the week of Saturday 11 November 1972.

Elvis Presley: 'Burning Love & Hits From His Movies, Volume 2' (RCA Camden Records, 1972)

Elvis Presley's version of 'Burning Love', which was written by Dennis Linde (Thursday 18 March 1943 - Friday 22 December 2006), was subsequently included on Elvis Presley's 'Burning Love & Hits From His Movies, Volume 2' (RCA Camden Records, 1972).

The New Coon Creek Girls: 'Ain't Love A Good Thing' (Pinecastle Records, 1995)

In 1995, The New Coon Creek Girls saw the release of 'Ain't Love A Good Thing' (Pinecastle Records, 1995), which included the following tracks:

'Abraham' (written by David Marshall)
'Ain't Love a Good Thing' (written by Dallas Frazier)
'Westbound Train' (written by Buddy Cannon)
'It's Gonna Rain'
'Casting Stones' (written by Dee Gaskin and Jerry Salley)

'Scalded Squaw' (written by Deanie Richardson)
'Country in My Genes' (written by Larry Cordle and Larry Shell)
'Our Paths May Cross Again' (written by Dale Ann Bradley, Vicki Simmons and Ramona Church Taylor)
'Kiss Me One More Time'
'Just One Time', which was written by Don Gibson (Tuesday 3 April 1928 - Monday 17 November 2003)

'Ramona's Dream' (written by Deanie Richardson)
'Wild Bill Jones'

Don Gibson: 'Look Who's Blue' (RCA Records, 1960)

Don Gibson (Tuesday 3 April 1928 - Monday 17 November 2003) recorded 'Just One Time' and included the track on 'Look Who's Blue' (RCA Records, 1960); the track reached No.2 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1960, and No.29 on the Billboard pop music singles chart in 1960.

The New Coon Creek Girls: 'Everything You Do' (Pinecastle Records, 1996)

On Monday 20 May 1996, The New Coon Creek Girls saw the release of 'Everything You Do' (Pinecastle Records, 1996), which included the following tracks:

'Everything You Do (Touches Someone Else)' (written by Dale Ann Bradley, Vicki Simmons and Ramona Church Taylor)
'The Hammer' (written by Dee Gaskin)
'Lord, Your The Best Thing'
'That Same Spirit'
'Who Do You Think?' (written by Don Reid and Harold Reid - The Statler Brothers)
'Palms of Victory'
'Little Black Train is Coming', which was written by Alvin Pleasant (A.P.) Delaney Carter (15 December 1891 - Monday 7 November 1960)
'The Lowest Valley'
'Walk a Mile' (written by David Marshall)
'My Lord Will Send Me a Moses'
'The Master's Hand' (written by Dolly Parton)
'How Great Thou Art', which was written by Stuart K. Hine (25 July 1899 - Tuesday 14 March 1989)

The Statler Brothers: 'Holy Bible, New Testament' (Mercury Records, 1975)

The Statler Brothers recorded 'Who Do You Think?' and included the track on 'Holy Bible New Testament' (Mercury Records, 1975).

Dale Ann Bradley: 'East Kentucky Morning' (Pinecastle Records, 1997)

In 1997, Dale Ann Bradley saw the release of her first solo album, 'East Kentucky Morning' (Pinecastle Records, 1997), which included the following tracks:

'East Kentucky Morning' (written by Dale Ann Bradley, Vicki Simmons and Susan Tomes)
'I Want It Back' (written by Dale Ann Bradley and Vicki Simmons)
'Last Drink of Wine' (written by Sally Barris and Teresa Langworthy)
'The Day I Lose My Mind' (written by Dallas Frazier) / this track featured Bobby Osborne on lead vocals and harmony vocals, and Sonny Osborne on harmony vocals
'Grandma's Gift' (written by Dale Ann Bradley and Vicki Simmons)
'Weakness in Life' (written by Dale Ann Bradley and Vicki Simmons)
'In My Mind' (written by Vicki Simmons)
'My Conscience is Clear Tonight' (written by Vicki Simmons) / this track featured Russell Moore on lead vocals
'Will You Think of Me' (written by Irene Kelly and Billy Smith)
'I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For' (written by Bono, Adam Clayton, The Edge and Larry Mullen Junior)
'You Are Here' (written by David Olney)
'The First Mistake' (written by Larry Cordle)

Dale Ann Bradley's first solo album, 'East Kentucky Morning' (Pinecastle Records, 1997), included a celebrated take of U2's 'I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For', which helped the album reached the Top Ten on Gavin Americana Chart and Bluegrass Unlimited Chart, earning high critical praise.

U2: 'The Joshua Tree' (Island Records, 1987)

U2 recorded 'I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For' and included the track on 'The Joshua Tree' (Island Records, 1987); the track was No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100 pop music singles chart in 1987, and No.6 on the pop music singles charts in the United Kingdom, Canada and The Netherlands.

The New Coon Creek Girls (featuring Dale Ann Bradley): 'Our Point of View' (Pinecastle Records, 1998)

In 1998, The New Coon Creek Girls saw the release of their final album, 'Our Point of View' (Pinecastle Records, 1998); billed as 'Featuring Dale Ann Bradley', the album included the following tracks:

'On Fire' (written by Ramona Church Taylor)
'Danny Boy', which was written by Frederick Edward Weatherly (4 October 1848 - Saturday 7 September 1929)
'Who Knew' (written by Dale Ann Bradley and Vicki Simmons)
'Who Will Pray For Me' (written by Dale Ann Bradley and Ramona Church Taylor)
'One of a Kind' (written by Dale Ann Bradley and Vicki Simmons)
'Sassafrass' (written by Si Kahn and Fred Koller)
'Mule Skinner Blues (Blue Yodel No. 8)', which was written by Jimmie Rodgers (8 September 1897 - Friday 26 May 1933) and George Vaughn
'Heaven's The Way To Go' (written by Ramona Church Taylor)
'These Old Blues' (written by Larry Sparks)
'Clinging To a Saving Hand' (written by Bill Mack)
'Caught in The Middle' (written by Dale Ann Bradley and Vicki Simmons)
'Your Memory's Not Going Anywhere' (written by Steve Gulley)

Dale Ann Bradley: 'Old Southern Porches' (Pinecastle Records, 1999)

On Tuesday 20 April 1999, Dale Ann Bradley saw the release of her second solo album, 'Old Southern Porches' (Pinecastle Records, 1999), which included the following tracks:

'Reason Enough' (written by Tanya Savory)
'A Face on a Poster' (written by Dale Ann Bradley and Vicki Simmons)
'Heading Back To You' (written by Dale Ann Bradley, Pam Perry and Vicki Simmons)
'What Am I Doing Loving You Again' (written by Vicki Simmons)
'I'll Stop Loving You With Style' (written by Dale Ann Bradley, Vicki Simmons and Ramona Church Taylor)
'Rain on The Roof' (written by Bernie Faulkner and J.P. Pennington)
'Meghan's Smile' (written by Dale Ann Bradley and Vicki Simmons)
'Letting Go of You is Surely Killing Me' (written by Dale Ann Bradley and Vicki Simmons)
'This Old Heart of Mine' (written by Pete Goble and Bobby Osborne)
'Old Southern Porches' (written by Leslie Satcher)
'Stuck in The Middle With You', which was written by Joe Egan and Gerry Rafferty (Wednesday 16 April 1947 - Tuesday 4 January 2011) / this track was a cover of Stealer's Wheel's 1973 hit 'Stuck in The Middle With You'.

Stealers Wheel: 'Stealers Wheel' (A&M Records, 1972)

'Stuck in The Middle With You', which was written by Joe Egan and Gerry Rafferty (Wednesday 16 April 1947 - Tuesday 4 January 2011), was originally performed by their band Stealers Wheel and was included on Stealers Wheel's 1972 self-titled debut album, 'Stealers Wheel' (A&M Records, 1972).

When released as a single, 'Stuck in The Middle With You' sold over one million copies, eventually peaking at No.6 on the Billboard Hot 100 pop music singles chart (in the United States) in 1973; the track also reached No.8 on the United Kingdom pop music singles chart in 1973.

Dale Ann Bradley: 'Songs of Praise & Glory' (Pinecastle Records, 2001)

In 2001, Dale Ann Bradley saw the release of her third solo album, 'Songs of Praise & Glory' (Pinecastle Records, 2001), which included the following tracks:

'Clinging to a Saving Hand' (written by Bill Mack)
'I Pressed Through the Crowd' (written by Joe Isaacs)
'Stop, Look & Listen' (written by Pam Perry, Vicki Simmons and Doug Wooley)
'Abraham' (written by David Marshall)
'It's Gonna Rain'
'Palms of Victory'
'Who Will Pray For Me' (written by Dale Ann Bradley and Ramona Church Taylor)
'Hammer & Nails'
'Casting Stones' (written by Dee Gaskin and Jerry Salley)
'Everything You Do (Touches Someone Else)' (written by Dale Ann Bradley, Vicki Simmons and Ramona Church Taylor)
'Grandma's Gift' (written by Dale Ann Bradley and Vicki Simmons)
'Brand New Home'

Dale Ann Bradley: 'Cumberland River Dreams' (Doobie Shea Records, 2001)

It was also in 2001 when Dale Ann Bradley joined forces once again with The New Coon Creek Girls; they signed to Doobie Shea Records and saw the release, on Sunday 11 September 2001, of 'Cumberland River Dreams' (Doobie Shea Records, 2001), which included the following tracks:

'I Wish It'd Been You' (written by Dale Ann Bradley and Vicki Simmons)
'Thursday'
'The Rockin' Chair' (written by Vicki Simmons)
'The Circle is Small' (written by Gordon Lightfoot)
'Granny Cat' (written by Dale Ann Bradley and Vicki Simmons)
'Passin' Thru', which was written by Johnny Cash (Friday 26 February 1932 - Friday 12 September 2003) and Randy Scruggs
'Beyond a Shadow of a Doubt' (written by Dale Ann Bradley and Vicki Simmons)
'Lonesome For The Mountains'
'Planes, Trains & Automobiles' (written by Dale Ann Bradley and Vicki Simmons)
'Piney Rose' (written by Sarah Pirkle)
'Cumberland River Dreams' (written by Dale Ann Bradley and Vicki Simmons)
'Gonna Move On Out'

Dale Ann Bradley: 'Send The Angels' (Mountain Home Records, 2004)

On Tuesday 16 March 2004, Dale Ann Bradley saw the release of her second Gospel album, 'Send The Angels' (Mountain Home Records, 2004), which included the following tracks:

'Send The Angels Down' (written by Jerry Salley)
'Mary Rocked The Rock' (written by Jeff Hovis)
'Long Lonesome Road'
'Man Cannot Live By Bread Alone'
'Crosses & Stones' (written by Jerry Salley)
'Daddy Did His Best' (written by Jerry Chesnut)
'Walking in The Spirit'
'The Master's Hand' (written by Dolly Parton)
'It Was His Love' (written by Ben Marshall)
'Nothing Can Hold Me Here' (written by Mike Payne)
'The Master's Plan' (written by Vicki Simmons)

Dale Ann Bradley: 'Catch Tomorrow' (Compass Records, 2006)

On Tuesday 10 October 2006, Dale Ann Bradley saw the release of 'Catch Tomorrow' (Compass Records, 2006), which included the following tracks:

'Rita Mae'
'Live Forever', which was written by Billy Joe Shaver and Eddy Shaver (Wednesday 20 June 1962 - Sunday 31 December 2000)
'Holding On To Nothing' (written by Jerry Chesnut)
'I Can't Stand The Rain' (written by Donald Bryant, Bernard Miller and Ann Peebles)

Ann Peebles: 'I Can't Stand The Rain' (Hi Records, 1974)

Ann Peebles recorded 'I Can't Stand The Rain' (written by Donald Bryant, Bernard Miller and Ann Peebles) and included the track on 'I Can't Stand The Rain' (Hi Records, 1974); the track became Ann Peebles' biggest hit single when, in 1973, it reached No.38 on the Billboard Hot 100 pop music singles chart in the United States, and No.6 on the R&B / Black Chart, also in the United States.  The single also reached No.41 on the United Kingdom pop music singles chart in April 1974 and was one of John Lennon's favourite songs.

Eruption: 'Eruption' (Hansa International Records, 1977)

In 1978, the group Eruption saw the release of a disco-oriented remake of 'I Can't Stand The Rain' (written by Donald Bryant, Bernard Miller and Ann Peebles), which peaked at No.6 on the Billboard disco chart and became the group's biggest hit, reaching No.18 on the Billboard Hot 100 pop music singles chart in the United States; the track was included on 'Eruption' (Hansa International Records, 1977).

'Run Rufus Run' (written by Dale Ann Bradley and Vicki Simmons)
'Memories, Miles & Tears' (written by Dale Ann Bradley, Edith Drake and Vicki Simmons)
'Pass Me Not'
'Julia Belle' (written by Chris Stuart)
'Grandma's Gift' (written by Dale Ann Bradley and Vicki Simmons)
'Mercy Railroad' (written by David A. Thompson)
'When The Mist Comes Again' (written by David A. Thompson) / this track featured Lúnasa
'Me & Bobby McGee' (written by Fred Foster and Kris Kristofferson)

Roger Miller: 'Roger Miller' (Smash Records, 1969)

Roger Miller (Thursday 2 January 1936 - Sunday 25 October 1992) recorded 'Me & Bobby McGee' (written by Fred Foster and Kris Kristofferson) and included the track on 'Roger Miller' (Smash Records, 1969); the track reached No.12 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1969.

Kris Kristofferson: 'Kris Kristofferson' (Monument Records, 1970)

Kris Kristofferson recorded 'Me & Bobby McGee' (written by Fred Foster and Kris Kristofferson) and included the track on 'Kris Kristofferson' (Monument Records, 1970).

Gordon Lightfoot: 'Sit Down Young Stranger' (Reprise Records, 1970)

Gordon Lightfoot recorded 'Me & Bobby McGee' (written by Fred Foster and Kris Kristofferson) and included the track on 'Sit Down Young Stranger' (Reprise Records, 1970); the track reached No.1 on the Canadian RPM country music singles chart in 1970, and No.13 on the Canadian RPM pop music singles chart in 1970.

Janis Joplin: 'Pearl' (Columbia Records, 1971)

Janis Joplin (Tuesday 19 January 1943 - Sunday 4 October 1970) recorded 'Me & Bobby McGee' (written by Fred Foster and Kris Kristofferson) and included the track on 'Pearl' (Columbia Records, 1971); the track reached No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100 pop music singles chart in 1971.

In 2007 and 2008, Dale Ann Bradley's stellar vocals garnered the attention of the International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA), who honoured her with the organisation's 'Female Vocalist of The Year' Awards.

Dale Ann Bradley: 'Don't Turn Your Back' (Compass Records, 2009)

On Tuesday 19 May 2009, Dale Ann Bradley saw the release of 'Don't Turn Your Back' (Compass Records, 2009), which included the following tracks:

'Don't Turn Your Back' (written by Louisa Branscomb)
'Rusty Old Halo' (written by Bob Merrill)

Hoyt Axton: 'A Rusty Old Halo' (Jeremiah Records, 1979)

Hoyt Axton (Friday 25 March 1938 - Tuesday 26 October 1999) recorded 'Rusty Old Halo' and included the track on 'A Rusty Old Halo' (Jeremiah Records, 1979); the track reached No.14 on the Billboard country music singles chart in 1979.

'Anybody Else's Heart' (written by Walt Aldridge)
'Ghost Bound Train' (written by Dale Ann Bradley and Louisa Branscomb)
'Will I Be Good Enough' (written by Louisa Branscomb)
'I Won't Back Down', which was written by Jeff Lynne and Tom Petty (Friday 20 October 1950 - Monday 2 October 2017)

Tom Petty: 'Full Moon Fever' (MCA Records, 1989)

Tom Petty (Friday 20 October 1950 - Monday 2 October 2017) recorded 'I Won't Back Down' (written by Jeff Lynne and Tom Petty) and included the track on 'Full Moon Fever' (MCA Records, 1989); the track reached No.12 on the Billboard Hot 100 pop music singles chart in 1989.

'He's The Last Thing On My Mind' (written by Al Anderson and Craig Wiseman)

Patty Loveless: 'Strong Heart' (Epic Records, 2000)

Patty Loveless recorded 'He's The Last Thing On My Mind' (written by Al Anderson and Craig Wiseman) and included the track on 'Strong Heart' (Epic Records, 2000); the track reached No.20 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart in April 2001.

'Music City Queen' (written by Dale Ann Bradley and Louisa Branscomb)

Dale Ann Bradley: 'Somewhere South of Crazy' (Compass Records, 2011)

In 2011, Dale Ann Bradley saw the release of 'Somewhere South of Crazy' (Compass Records, 2011), which was produced by Alison Brown, and included the following tracks:

'Somewhere South of Crazy' (written by Dale Ann Bradley and Pam Tillis) / this track featured guest vocals from Pam Tillis
'Round & Round' (written by Dale Ann Bradley)
'Summer Breeze' (written by Darrell Crofts and Jimmy Seals)
'Come Here Good Boy' (written by Sarah Pirkle)
'In Despair' (written by Joe Ahr and Juanita Pennington)
'Restoring The Love' (written by Russell Allen and Steve Gulley)
'New Shoes' (written by Reba Rambo)
'Leaving Kentucky' (written by Dale Ann Bradley, Kim Fox and Jeff White)
'Next To Nothing' (written by Russell Dale Johnson)
'Will You Visit Me On Sundays' (written by Dallas Frazier)
'I Pressed Through The Crowd' (written by Joe Isaacs)
'Old Southern Porches' (written by Leslie Satcher)

Dale Ann Bradley: 'Pocket Full of Keys' (Pinecastle Records, 2015)

On Tuesday 9 June 2015, Dale Ann Bradley saw the release of 'Pocket Full of Keys' (Pinecastle Records, 2015), which was produced by Dale Ann Bradley, andincluded the following tracks:

'The Stranger' (written by Dolly Parton)
'Til I Hear It From You' (written by Marshall Crenshaw, Jesse Valenzuela and Robin Wilson)
'Pocket Full of Keys' (written by Dale Ann Bradley and Si Kahn)
'Ain't It Funny' (written by Addie Norman Wright and Debra Louise Wright)
'Rachel, Pack Your Sunday Clothes' (written by Marc Rossi and Jeff Walter)
'Hard Lesson Road' (written by Ruby Lovett and Susan Pie)
'Talking To The Moon' (written by Larry Gatlin)
'Sweet Hour of Prayer'
'Soldiers, Lovers & Dreamers' (written by Dale Ann Bradley and Bill Tennyson)
'Sweetheart of The Pines' (written by Emmylou Harris and Paul Kennerley)
'I'm So Afraid of Losing You Again', which was written by Dallas Frazier and Arthur Leo 'Doodle' Owens (Friday 28 November 1930 - Monday 4 October 1999)
'I'll Live On Somewhere' (written by Homer F. Morris)

Dale Ann Bradley: 'Dale Ann Bradley' (Pinecastle Records, 2017)

On Friday 18 August 2017, Dale Ann Bradley saw the release of 'Dale Ann Bradley' (Pinecastle Records, 2017), which was produced by Dale Ann Bradley, and included the following tracks:

'Southern Memories' (written by Dale Ann Bradley, Ronnie Miracle and Donna Sullivan)
'Champagne Lady' (written by Ava Aldridge and Lenny LeBlanc)
'One More River' (written by Bud Chambers)
'I Think I'll Just Go Away', which was written by Carter Stanley (Thursday 27 August 1925 - Thursday 1 December 1966) / this track featured guest vocals from Vince Gill
'Going Back To Kentucky' (written by Mark 'Brink' Brinkman and Tresa Jordan)
'If You Were Mine To Lose', which was written by Conway Twitty (Friday 1 September 1933 - Saturday 5 June 1993)
'Our Last Goodbye', which was written by Carter Stanley (Thursday 27 August 1925 - Thursday 1 December 1966)
'Blackberry Summer' (written by Brad Crisler and Marti Lynn Dodson)
'This is My Year For Mexico', which was written by Vincent Wesley Matthews (1940 - Saturday 22 November 2003)
'Stand By Me' (written by Charles Tindley)
'Now & Then (Dreams Do Come True)' (written by Dale Ann Bradley and Jon Weisberger)

For 'Dale Ann Bradley' (Pinecastle Records, 2017), Dale Ann Bradley assembled a cast of musicians, which included two of her bandmates from Sister Sadie: Deanie Richardson and Tina Adair.

Other musicians involved in the recording of Dale Ann Bradley's 'Dale Ann Bradley' (Pinecastle Records, 2017) included Tim Dishman, Greg Blaylock, Scott Powers, Greg Davis, Casey Campbell, Charlie Cushman, Alison Brown, Steve Gulley, Debbie Gulley, Vic Graves and Kim Fox.

Kentucky Music Hall of Fame & Museum / Induction Ceremony at Renfro Valley Entertainment Center, 2590 Richmond Street, Mount Vernon, Kentucky 40456 (Exit 62 off Interstate 75 in Renfro Valley): Dale Ann Bradley, David 'Stringbean' Akeman (17 June 1915 - Saturday 10 November 1973), Jason Crabb, Billy Ray Cyrus, Jackie DeShannon and Bobby Lewis / Friday 11 May 2018 at 6:00pm

On Friday 11 May 2018, Dale Ann Bradley became an official member of Kentucky Music Hall of Fame & Museum, along with David 'Stringbean' Akeman (17 June 1915 - Saturday 10 November 1973), Jason Crabb, Billy Ray Cyrus, Jackie DeShannon and Bobby Lewis, during a ceremony at Renfro Valley Entertainment Center, 2590 Richmond Street, Mount Vernon, Kentucky 40456 (Exit 62 off Interstate 75 in Renfro Valley); the induction ceremony began at 6:00pm.

Kentucky Music Hall of Fame & Museum, 2590 Richmond Street, Mount Vernon, Kentucky 40456 (Exit 62 off Interstate 75 in Renfro Valley)

Comprised of individuals from all across Kentucky, the 2018 class represented a wide array of talents.  Kentucky Music Hall of Fame & Museum honoured Kentucky-born performers, songwriters, publishers, promoters, managers and other music professionals, who had made significant contributions to the music industry locally and around the world.

On Friday 11 May 2018, Dale Ann Bradley became an official member of Kentucky Music Hall of Fame & Museum, during a ceremony at Renfro Valley Entertainment Center, 2590 Richmond Street, Mount Vernon, Kentucky 40456 (Exit 62 off Interstate 75 in Renfro Valley); the induction ceremony began at 6:00pm

On Friday 11 May 2018, Dale Ann Bradley became an official member of Kentucky Music Hall of Fame & Museum, during a ceremony at Renfro Valley Entertainment Center, 2590 Richmond Street, Mount Vernon, Kentucky 40456 (Exit 62 off Interstate 75 in Renfro Valley); the induction ceremony began at 6:00pm

Along with a touring schedule which takes her all over the globe, Dale Ann Bradley is a part of the music scene at Renfro Valley in Kentucky, a place she will always consider her home.

Dale Ann Bradley

•Visit Dale Ann Bradley's Official Site at daleann.com

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