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article imageLarry Gatlin to host program at Country Music Hall of Fame

By Markos Papadatos     Sep 5, 2018 in Music
Nashville - On September 8, Grammy winner Larry Gatlin will host a songwriting session at the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville.
This event, featuring Larry Gatlin, will be taking place this Saturday, September 8 at the Ford Theater of the Country Music Hall of Fame. Admission to this program is free with museum membership or museum admission.
Larry Gatlin's illustrious career in country music will be spotlighted during a special songwriting segment. This program is expected to last 45 minutes, where Gatlin will sing several of his greatest hits, and he will discuss his distinguished career (which spans over six decades) as a country music recording artist and songwriter. Following this special songwriter session, Gatlin will host an autograph signing at the museum store.
Over the course of their career, Larry Gatlin and the Gatlin Brothers have been nominated for many Country Music Association (CMA) awards in such categories as "Single Record of the Year," "Vocal Group of the Year" and the coveted "Entertainer of the Year" award.
In 1979, Gatlin was named "Top Male Vocalist" by the Academy of Country Music (ACM), and their song "All The Gold in California" was named "Single of the Year" (1979). Their CD Straight Ahead was also honored as "Album of the Year" by the ACM, all in the same year. Fast forward to 2010, Larry Gatlin and The Gatlin Brothers were bestowed the "Cliffie Stone Pioneer Award" by the ACM.
As a songwriter, Gatlin's songs were recorded by a wide range of artists such as Johnny Cash, Dottie West, Barry Gibb and Elvis Presley, among many others.
To learn more about veteran singer-songwriter Larry Gatlin, check out his official website.
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