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FRIDAY may 19th
sTARTING AT 6:30p
BUDDY JEWELL burst onto the country music scene twenty years ago after winning the inaugural season of the USA Network’s hit television series “Nashville Star.” After Buddy’s win, Columbia Records released his self-titled album “Buddy Jewell” which debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top Country Album charts as well as #13 on the Top 100 Pop Album Charts. The album was certified Gold later that same year, selling over½ million copies. Buddy’s first two singles “Sweet Southern Comfort” and “Help Pour Out the Rain (Lacey’s Song)” both landed in the top 5 on the singles chart. Jewell has since followed up with8morealbums, “Times Like These,” “Country Enough,” “I Surrender All,” “Wanted: LIVE,” “My Father’s Country,” “Reloaded,” “Shine On,” and his latest release, “Blue bonnet Highway.” This year is the 20th anniversary for the release of “Sweet Southern Comfort.” To pay tribute, Jewell reached out and invited his friends, Clint Black, Marty Raybon, and the Bellamy Brothers to join him on the special edition that will be available to all digital outlets March10th.Buddy has been recognized by the Grammy’s, ACM, CMA, ABC Radio Networks, ICMA,ICGMA and CMT with multiple awards and nominations. In 2015, he was inducted into the Arkansas Entertainer’s Hall of Fame. He will be honored on May 26, 2023 in his home state of Arkansas and receive a plaque on The Arkansas Walk of Fame. Buddy Jewell gives back to his community and beyond on many levels, serving as past spokesperson for The Minnie Pearl Cancer Foundation and Compassion International. He supports many worthy causes including St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. He has served our nation throughout his career, supporting, and entertaining our troops at home and abroad.
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