Thursday, June 2, 2016

Ronnie McDowell Appears On Tennessee Crossroads Multi-talented Country Legend Gives Color To The Stories Behind His Artistry

(Photo Alan Mercer)


NASHVILLE, Tenn. (June 2, 2016) – In a recent episode of “Tennessee Crossroads,” legendary country musician Ronnie McDowell explained the stories behind his prolific creative passions, and details a lesser known hobby that has people talking - painting. 

McDowell, known best across the country for his hit tracks like “Older Women” and “It’s Only Make Believe,” is currently touring in support of his latest venture - his autobiography entitled “Bringing It To You Personally,” which tells the incredible true stories of his career, including the life-changing moment he dazzled the world with his heartfelt and self-penned tribute song, “The King Is Gone,” in honor of Elvis Presley’s death. But when he’s not performing for his legion of fans, he’s busy creating works of art for them.

“The creative forces all intertwine - the songwriting, the art, the singing, the entertaining. To me, they all kind of just play together,” McDowell said.

Since his early years, Ronnie has always had an affinity and talent for painting. Over the years, he has amassed a number of fans solely for his artistic sensibilities, and continues to split his time creating new works of art. In fact, his work has grown so popular that, in 2015, it attracted the attention of a particularly magical organization. Ronnie then signed a 5-year contract to create works of art for iconic Disney characters.

For more information on Ronnie’s book, which includes more than 100 photos and personal stories about his friendships with everyone from George Jones to tourmate Conway Twitty, visitronniemcdowellbook.com. Follow Ronnie McDowell onFacebook and Twitter.

RONNIE MCDOWELL ON TOUR:
June 03 The Palace Theater - Crossville, Tenn.
June 10 CMA Fest - Nashville, Tenn.
June 10 Armour - Red Boiling Springs, Tenn.
June 11 Armour - Red Boiling Springs, Tenn.
June 18 Boot City Opry - Terre Haute, Ind.
June 24 Downtown Square - Franklin, Ky.
July 15 Canadian Bluemoon Festival - Barriere, British Columbia Canada
July 18 Corporate Event
July 23 Independence County Fair - Batesville, Ark.
Aug. 12 Corporate Event
Aug. 13 The Corinth Civic Center Coliseum Theater. - Corinth, Miss.
Aug. 14 Crowne Plaza Memphis East - Memphis, Tenn.
Aug. 23 Davis Middle School Auditorium - Hillsdale, Mich.
Aug. 24 Comstock High School Auditorium - Kalamazoo, Mich.
Aug. 25 Gaylord High School Auditorium - Gaylord, Mich.
Aug. 27 Poinsettia County Fair - Harrisburg, Ark.
Sept. 24 Corporate Event
Oct. 07 Shiawassee Performing Arts Center - Owosso, Mich.
Oct. 08 Howell High School Auditorium - Howell, Mich.
Oct. 09 St. Johns High School Auditorium - St. Johns, Mich.
Oct. 15 Ross Country Jamboree - Scottsburg, Ind.
Oct. 23 Hard Rock Cafe - Memphis, Tenn.
Nov. 05 Festival - Black Rock, Ark.

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