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Hermann Lammers Meyer
Hermann Lammers Meyer is one of Germany's top most played country music artists, and he continues to be one of the most traveled and awarded acts along with his popular Emsland Hillbillies Band. His music is heard around the world, and he has recorded duets and trios with some of the biggest stars in the business including Willie Nelson, Billy Walker, Johnny Bush, Norma Jean, etc. He and Lynn Beckman have a duet released in Germany / Europe and the U.S. called, 'HARD TO HANDLE EASY TO LOVE.' In Germany the song is on DESERT KID RECORDS. In the U.S. it has been released on SWANTON RECORDS. Hermann recorded and released worldwide a song written by Lynn Beckman called, 'NONE AS WONDERFUL AS YOU" on Desert Kid Records, a German label.
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Ronnie Reno
Ronnie Reno and his band, The Reno Tradition, keep the legendary bluegrass style of Don Reno and Red Smiley alive and popular, but Ronnie expertly adds his own modern touch to his music. Lynn Beckman has worked various shows with these guys, and has recorded a joint project with them. The joint CD is called "CONNECTED: GRASSLAND TO GLORYLAND," and is on ANCHOR-CROSS RECORDS. Several songs include Ronnie singing harmony with Lynn and pickin' some super guitar licks. Lynn and Ronnie also recorded songs on another Lynn Beckman CD project called, "LOOKIN' DOWN THE ROAD." Included on the CD is the world acclaimed "YOU ARE MY FLOWER," with Ronnie's hot-lick pickin' and some tight harmony singing. Ronnie's father was banjo legend Don Reno (Reno & Smiley and The Tennessee Cut-Ups). Pick up on Ronnie's great career (as a youth member of Reno and Smiley's Tennessee Cup-Ups; of the Grand Ole Opry's Osborne Brothers' band for 5 years; and as a member of the Strangers, Merle Haggard's band for 9 years). Check out Ronnie's fabulous television show, Reno's Old Time Music Festival, on RFD-TV (Saturdays at 7 p.m.). The information is all on Ronnie's website and on the Blue Highways TV website.
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Billy Walker, Grand Ole Opry Legend
It is with many fond memories that we reflect on the life and career of "The Tall Texan," Billy Walker, his wife Bettie, and two members of The Tennessee Walker Band, Danny Patton (lead guitarist) and Charlie Lilly (bass guitarist). All four were killed in a tragic road accident near Ft. Deposit, Alabama (just south of Montgomery) early Sunday morning, May 21, 2006, on their way home from a show near Gulf Shores, Alabama. All of them were special friends.... we miss them and cherish the hope and promises of that great reunion day when we shall join together to sing and play Heavenly Harmonies in that land where there is no sorrow and no death or pain. Lynn Beckman made many appearances with Billy Walker and The Tennessee Walker Band including the world famous WSM Radio Midnite Jamboree from the Ernest Tubb Record Shop's Texas Troubadour Theatre in Nashville, TN. See the photo gallery for pictures. Read all about Billy's extraordinary career on his website. His accomplishments not only include his long-standing membership with The Grand Ole Opry, but his career includes years of an outstanding nationally syndicated TV show, his connections to other super-stars like Elvis Presley, Red Foley, and many others, and no less than 30 number 1 country hit records and somewhere around 100 charted songs. His latest Gospel album, "Back On The Mountain Again" contains "For Me," a Gospel song written by Lynn Beckman that has gained recognition through NCM Records around the world---with feedback messages on how the song has touched lives and blessed hearts from as far away as southern Africa.
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In Memory Of Charlie Lilly and Danny Patton
Debbi Rigdon has designed and maintains a wonderful website she developed in memory of Charlie Lilly (Lilly Pad Music) and Danny Patton both who were band members in Billy Walker's Tennessee Walker Band and who died in a tragic vehicle accident on May 21, 2005. Many pictures are posted along with other remembrances and mementos. There are special mementos for sale with the proceeds to go directly to the Lilly Family. Some of the pictures posted were provided from the Lynn Beckman archive of show photos on the road with Billy, Danny and Charlie.
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Barbara Fairchild & Roy Morris
Barbara and Roy along with their wonderful road managers and assistants, Barb and Ron Williams, are very cherished friends in the business and in the faith. So much so that they have been guests in the Beckmans' home, church and community. Barbara and Roy have years of history with the popular theatres of Branson, MO, where Barbara first went to work with the Mel Tillis Theatre Show. Later she started her own shows there and even held Sunday church in a theatre... the first and only one at the time in Branson. She has appeared on many television shows, the Grand Ole Opry, and countless other venues around the world including USO shows for the troops. Barbara's signature song, "The Teddy Bear Song," is a golden country and pop evergreen classic--no less than a celebrated part of musical history around the world. Lately, Barbara has been recording Gospel trio albums with Connie Smith and Sharon White. Roy has CDs on the market also...and He and Barbara have several duet albums. When this duo come your way, you must catch their show. It is Branson style---and better than 'good' !!!
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BlueHighways TV
For the best in Americana music and programming, country and bluegrass music, and cultural features and events contact BlueHighways TV or watch for their programs on RFD-TV on Direct TV or Dish Network or your local cable service. Also, BlueHighways TV has video on demand. Go to their website or www.google.com and enjoy!!!
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Bear Family Records -- Germany
Bear Family has released Lynn Beckman's recordings made for the 'D' Record Label (Houston, TX) in the mid-1970s. Four recordings are in Volume 6 of the 'D' Singles Collection. Also the box set features a 40-page book and photos from the mid-1970s including a portrait of Lynn used in the book, on its cover, and on the box set cover...also pictured are vintage snapshots of George Strait and the Ace In The Hole Band and Floyd Tillman.
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Midnite Jamboree / Ernest Tubb Record Shop & Theatre
Lynn Beckman has worked the world famous Midnite Jamboree over WSM Radio in Nashville. The show originates in The Texas Troubadour Theatre in the Ernest Tubb Record Shop complex on Music Valley Drive (across the street from the Opryland Hotel and around the corner from the Grand Ole Opry House). The show is broadcast (WSM Radio, Nashville--650 on the AM dial) immediately following the Saturday night Grand Ole Opry and features many of the Opry stars along which special guests---like Lynn Beckman. Lynn worked the show at various times with the late legendary Opry star Billy Walker and The Tennessee Walker Band. The show is archived for replay on the internet, but it is broadcast live beginning at midnight (Nashville Time-- 1 a.m. eastern time) over WSM and also live on the internet. The link above will put you in a better-than-front row seat for this great and historic show... one of the oldest continuous live country music radio shows in the world. A special treat each week is a musical selection played from the original recordings of the master country artist of all time---Jimmy Rogers, the Singing Brakeman. When you visit the Ernest Tubb Record Shop website, make sure you check out the Lynn Beckman link and the full list of other stars who are also linked.
 

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