Gene Watson at Danielson Monson Lake Opry Festival, Sunburg, Minnesota in September 2022

Gene Watson

On Sunday 11 September 2022Gene Watson remembered spending time in Sunburg, Minnesota (on Saturday 10 September 2022).

Gene Watson with the band, Ricochet, at Danielson Monson Lake Opry Festival, 225 170th Avenue North East, Sunburg, Minnesota, on Saturday 10 September 2022

‘We had a great time with a nice crowd and beautiful weather in Sunburg, Minnesota, on Saturday 10 September 2022, at Danielson Monson Lake Opry Festival, 225 170th Avenue North East, Sunburg, MN 56289.

I took this photo with the band, Ricochet – I’m sure you recall their No.1 song, ‘Daddy’s Money’ (written by Bob DiPiero, Mark D. Sanders and Steve Seskin) (No.1 for one week in July 1996).

Tuesday 11 September 2001

Today, on this solemn day of remembrance, we are thinking of the family and friends who had loved ones that passed on 9/11′

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Ricochet: 'Ricochet' (Columbia Records, 1996)
Gene Watson: 'From The Heart' (RMG Records, 2001)

On Tuesday 6 February 1996, Ricochet saw the release of their self-titled debut album, ‘Ricochet’ (Columbia Records, 1996), which included four tracks, which were hit singles on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart:

‘What Do I Know’ (written by Stephony Smith, Sunny Russ and Cathy Majeski) (No.5, 1996) / this track also reached No.21 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart in 1996

‘Daddy’s Money’ (written by Bob DiPiero, Mark D. Sanders and Steve Seskin) (No.1 for one week in July 1996) / this track also reached No.3 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart in 1996

‘Love Is Stronger Than Pride’ (written by Rick Bowles and Doug Johnson) (No.9, 1996) / this track also reached No.10 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart in 1996

‘Ease My Troubled Mind’ (written by Tom Shapiro, Chris Waters and Michael Garvin) (No.20, 1997) / this track also reached No.22 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks Chart in 1997

Ricochet’s self-titled debut album, ‘Ricochet’ (Columbia Records, 1996), also included the following tracks:

‘I Can’t Dance’ (written by Jim Robinson and Andy Byrd)
‘A Little Bit of Love (Is A Dangerous Thing)’ (written by Jim Robinson, Andy Byrd and Stan Meissner)
‘From Good To Bad To Worse To Gone’, which was written by Billy Yates, Chris Cummings and Frank Dycus (Tuesday 5 December 1939 – Friday 23 November 2012)

‘The Truth Is, I Lied’ (written by Bill Anderson and Skip Ewing) / this track was also recorded by Gene Watson, who included it on ‘From The Heart‘ (RMG Records, 2001)

‘I Wasn’t Ready For You’, which was written by Craig Wiseman and Ronnie Samoset (1947 – Sunday 29 July 2018)
‘Rowdy’ (written by Jeff Stevens and Michael Clark)

Personnel involved in the recording of Ricochet’s self-titled debut album, ‘Ricochet’ (Columbia Records, 1996), included the following:

Ricochet
Jeff Bryant (drums, background vocals)
Junior Bryant (fiddle, mandolin, background vocals)
Greg Cook (bass guitar, background vocals)
Teddy Carr (steel guitar, Dobro, background vocals)
Eddie Kilgallon (keyboards, acoustic guitar, saxophone, background vocals)
Heath Wright (lead vocals, electric guitar, fiddle)

Additional musicians involved in the recording of Ricochet’s self-titled debut album, ‘Ricochet’ (Columbia Records, 1996), included the following:

Bruce C. Bouton (steel guitar)
Mike Brignardello and Joe Chemay (bass guitar)
Larry Franklin (fiddle)
John A. Hobbs (Saturday 11 February 1928 – Wednesday 12 June 2019) (piano)
Brent Rowan (electric guitar)
Biff Watson (acoustic guitar)
Lonnie Wilson (drums)

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