Fricke is featured alongside other revolutionary pop-country artists Barbara Mandrell, Eddie Rabbitt and Steve Wariner. The exhibit is located on the 2nd floor inside the “Sing Me Back Home” exhibit and will run through April 2015.
The artifacts on display in the Radio Romance include:
• Stage costume: Ruth Kemp designed a bugle-beaded blouse, belt and skirt for Fricke to wear when she performed at Camp David for President Reagan in 1981
• Awards: Fricke’s 1982 CMA Award for Female Vocalist of the Year and 1983 ACM Award for Top Country Female Vocalist
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Last Updated on Tuesday, 29 May 2012 15:52
Nashville, TN – (January 24, 2012) – Janie Fricke, known to many in the country world for her hits in the ‘80s, is taking a spin at bluegrass with some fresh interpretations of many of her beloved tunes. Her release, Country Side of Bluegrass, is in stores today amid glowing reviews. In partnership with New Music Deals, the album is available on iTunes, Amazon.com MP3, Amazon.com CD, www.janiefricke.com and at Ernest Tubb Record Shops. The 13-track collection is produced by Bil VornDick, whose credits also include Alison Krauss, Bela Fleck, and Marty Robbins, and features some of the finest pickers in the industry. VornDick had this to say about the project, “Janie's voice and presentation are among the best, ever! The album will make you smile with enjoyment.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 24 January 2012 15:53