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Ronnie McDowell On TV, Radio and Stage in Kansas

Since breaking onto the music scene in the late 70s, Ronnie McDowell has kept a busy touring schedule. Fresh off a sold-out show in Florida, the Ronnie McDowell Band is heading to Benton, Kansas for a performance at the family-friendly Prairie Rose Chuckwagon Supper this Thursday on August 2nd with radio and television visits in Wichita.

This morning, Wednesday, August 1st, catch Ronnie McDowell on KS 92.3 with Trace and Cathy at 9am central time. The station is a proud sponsor of the upcoming show and continues to share Ronnie McDowell hits daily on radio.

"These guys are great.I love the fans in Kansas and really look forward to seeing everyone," states McDowell.

McDowell will follow his radio interview with a television appearance on Thursday morning, August 2nd, on KAKE - TV. Ronnie McDowell will guest on the Wichita, Kansas ABC affiliate's 11am midday program.

Then, 6:30pm Thursday evening, Ronnie McDowell takes stage at the Prairie Rose Chuckwagon Supper. The show features an old west backdrop with all-you-can-eat, true chuckwagon fixings for the entire family. Visit www.prairierosechuckwagon.com for more ticket information.

The road dates continue with a weekend show in West Virginia before heading off to Georgia for a string of shows.
*For more information on Ronnie McDowell and his tour schedule, please visit, www.ronniemcdowell.com.

About Ronnie McDowell:  Ronnie McDowell entertains audiences worldwide with his own blend of romantic intimacy and country excitement! Ronnie McDowell charted a string of hit singles between 1979 and 1986... “Older Women”... “You’re Gonna Ruin My Bad Reputation”... “Watchin Girls Go By” ...and “In A New York Minute.” The hit maker charted 19 top ten hits. The Vietnam Veteran's admiration for Elvis led to McDowell singing 36 songs on the soundtrack “Elvis,” the Dick Clark-produced television movie that featured Kurt Russell as the performer. He also was the singing voice for the television movie “Elvis And Me”, the ABC television series about the early years of Elvis’ career titled simply “Elvis” as well as, the 1997 Showtime special “Elvis Meets Nixon.” McDowell is a true artist and his creativity has expanded to original paintings for Walt Disney along with painting of some of pop culture's biggest celebrities from Elvis to Dolly Parton to Clark Gable.HIs artwork and music cross paths in his new television show, Painting America. McDowell has also recorded a patriotic song with the Oak Ridge Boys, "Make America Great Again," for a Curb Records compilation. And McDowell is currently recording an EP for Curb Records which includes two songs recorded with Bill Medley (The Righteous Brothers) and Billy Swan ("I Can Help").




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