Wednesday, June 15, 2016


Featuring Stories on the Life, Death, and Funerals of Legendary Artists Like Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, George Jones, Minnie Pearl and More

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (June 15, 2016) – Renae Johnson, otherwise known as Renae the Waitress on hit television series, “Larry’s Country Diner,” has released a long-awaited memoir that guides readers through Nashville, highlighting the lives and the final resting places of over 80 country music stars and legends we have lost. Those highlighted in the book include Roy Acuff, Waylon Jennings, Hank Williams, George Jones, Little Jimmy Dickens, Marty Robbins, Kitty Wells, Jim Ed Brown and Joey Feek, to name a few.

“Precious Memories Memorial not only gives you photos, but there is a map section that gives you directions to the exact burial spots. It’s a real journey back to the way country music use to be. The artists loved God, music, their fans and each other,” said Renae.

Through sharing stories and memories of some of the greatest stars in country music, Renae hopes to keep the history of country music alive and has dedicated this book to her son, Justin Johnson, who passed away in 2008.

“Precious Memories Memorial” is now available, or her website at  For more information contact customer service at 800-820-5405.

Fans can also participate in Renae The Waitress’s weekly Diner Chat via phone where she shares behind-the-scenes secrets of the show, answers viewers’ personal questions and features exclusive interviews with celebrity guest stars on Thursdays at 2 p.m. CT. For more information on Diner Chat, please

Owned and produced by Gabriel Communications, “Larry’s Country Diner” is one of the top-rated programs airing on the RFD-TV network, which is No. 9 among all cable networks in growth since 2011. It receives 1.6 million viewers per month.

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