EXPERIENCE EXILE AND JOHN BERRY CONCERTS ONLINE AND ON MOBILE DURING LIVE STREAMING FROM FRANKLIN THEATRE
Digital Rodeo TV to LIVE Stream December Concerts
Fans will have a chance to watch Vassar, Exile and Berry perform LIVE during Franklin Theatre’s ‘5 Days of Christmas’ Dec. 15 - 18.
Dec. 15 - 8:00p CST - John Berry
Dec. 17 - 8:00p CST - Exile
Digital Rodeo TV and WhereverTV Broadcasting Corporation intend to offer live broadcasts of concerts, unplugged sessions by artists and bands, and scripted content focused around legacy country music artists and up and coming artists. For more information on Digital Rodeo TV, click here. More information about Wherever TV Broadcasting Corporation can be found here.
.@JohnBerryMusic & @ExileOfficial to LIVE stream @FranklinTheatr shows w/@Digital_Rodeo - LINK
Exile formed in 1963 looking to play small clubs in Richmond, Kentucky, but managed to top both the pop and country charts during their over 50 year-long career. Their most successful hit, “Kiss You All Over” spent four weeks at the top of Billboard’s pop chart in 1978. In the early 1980’s Exile started to focus on country music. During their run on the country charts Exile has successfully had ten No. 1 singles including “I Don’t Want To Be A Memory” and “Give Me One More Chance.” They have toured with acts including Aerosmith, Fleetwood Mac, The Oak Ridge Boys, The Gatlin Brothers and The Judds. The 5 original Exile members reformed in 2008 and continue to tour today. Current members of the band include J.P. Pennington, Les Taylor, Sonny LeMaire, Marlon Hargis and Steve Goetzman. For more information, visit exile.biz.
ABOUT JOHN BERRY:
During his star-making decade, John Berry placed 20 singles on the county hit parade. He earned Gold and Platinum records. He was nominated for a Grammy Award, CMA Awards and ACM Awards. Berry’s co-written “A Mind of Her Own” and “Kiss Me in the Car” introduced him to radio audiences in 1993. Then “Your Love Amazes Me,” “What’s in It for Me” and “You and Only You” thrust him to stardom in 1994. “Standing on the Edge of Goodbye,” “I Think About it All the Time,” and “If I Had Any Pride Left at All” were all major hits the following year, and the first-named earned John Berry a 1995 Grammy nomination. Berry took “Change My Mind” into the country-music top-5 in 1996. “She’s Taken a Shine” became an even bigger hit in 1997. Both fans and the media took note when “There He Goes” was released as a 1999 “duet” with Patsy Cline. www.johnberry.com