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Each week we will be adding a new show featuring some of our favorite musical artists and songwriters.

 

We like to call it “living room conversation and music.” So settle in and watch each week’s new show or pick a show from our library of previously aired programs.

 

We really hope you enjoy the show as much as we enjoy bringing it to you! Take a minute and drop us a note to let us know what you think.

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  • MEET THE HOSTS

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    Jennifer Herron

     

    “I was raised on a horse ranch in Texas, where we were taught to work hard, care about others, and to always put our full hearts into anything we did.”

     

    Jennifer Herron has a friendly, warm voice that has been heard around the world and that audiences have come to recognize. She is a three-time Emmy winner for her work at WSMV-TV in Nashville, and her voice is heard nationwide every Saturday night following The Grand Old Opry as host of The Ernest Tubb Midnight Jamboree.

     

    Jennifer also co-hosts the internationally syndicated, family friendly country music video program Cheyenne Country. If that is not enough, Jennifer is also the producer for the Crook & Chase countdown on iHeartRadio.

     

    She also is president of Jennifer Herron Public Relations, where she works with Rex Allen Jr., Bobby Marquez, Country With Heart, The Smoky Mountain Songwriter’s Festival, Walden’s Puddle, Tara Shannon, and Corey Frizzell, just to name a few

     

    In her spare time, Jennifer donates her time and talent for several charities. Her hobbies include traveling, gardening, horseback riding, swimming, dancing and listening to her husband Bobby Marquez sing, not to mention spoiling her pets.

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    Bryan Cumming

     

    After leaving the Army in 1973, Bryan joined a local Atlanta band called Silverman. The group was managed by Fred Kewley, who also managed Harry Chapin. The band moved north, playing local gigs in Connecticut and upstate New York.

     

    A friend of Bryan's had told him about Martin Mull, a new musical comedian, who was playing at the Great Southeast Music Hall in Atlanta. When Bryan learned that Mull needed a sax player, he saw an opportunity and jumped on it.

     

    Martin hired Bryan on the spot, and suddenly he was moving to New York and playing with a major label act (Martin was signed to Capricorn, the Allman Brothers' label.) Bryan's adventures in New York City included being introduced to the former Beatle John Lennon, and then getting his first ASCAP credit as co-writer of Martin Mull's instrumental single "Do The Dog."

     

    When the gig with Mull ended, Bryan made the move to L.A., where he became a founding member of Billy Vera and the Beaters and played on their #1 single “At This Moment”. While in California, Bryan toured and recorded with a variety of artists, including Maria Muldaur, David Soul, Supertramp, Anne Murray, The Ohio Players, Al Jarreau, The Pointer Sisters, and more, including a four-year gig as “Mighty Joe” the guitarist for the Sha Na Na!

     

    After settling in Music City, Bryan began to operate a studio out of his home. He entered the world of co-writing and demo production, while taking various gigs that came along. These gigs included touring with K.T. Oslin and Cleve Francis, writing music for the Nashville Shakespeare Festival, hosting a live radio show for WRLT "Live Lightning," and producing independent artists in his studio, Studio 23 Nashville.

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Telephone: (615) 516-7834
E-mail: Vince Pinkerton


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