Jimmy Fortune toured, sang and performed with the legendary Statler Brothers for 21 years. He also starred in their hit weekly television variety show on TNN for 8 years. Jimmy wrote the group’s second #1 Country Hit entitled ‘Elizabeth’ and followed that up with two more #1 Hits, ‘My Only Love’ and ‘Too Much On My Heart’. He also co-wrote the Top 10 Hit ‘More Than A Name On The Wall’ from The Statler Brothers Greatest Hits LP. Jimmy and The Statler Brothers were inducted into the GMA (Gospel Music Association) Hall of Fame in 2007 and the CMA Hall of Fame in 2008. After the Statler Brothers retired in 2002, Jimmy launched a solo career to share new music with his fans.
Don’t miss this intimate afternoon with a Country Music Superstar!
Hometown Christmas Tree Lighting @ White Horse Park
6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Free Family Fun for All Ages. Join us as we welcome in the holiday season by lighting up trees decorated by local businesses, community clubs and neighborhoods. Enjoy a hot cup of cider as you admire the beautiful tree decorations, listen to local choir groups and welcome Santa Claus into town.
Dave Hawkins, an accomplished musician, has been playing music for what seems to be his entire life. Music is his passion and he is passionate about how it’s perceived throughout his audience. He plays many guitars, harmonica, and fiddle and when you hear him you will think there is a whole band, not just one person. This is accomplished by what is known as looping. There is never a ‘backing track’ to play along with, which is used by some other players out there. His vocals and music will reach the deepest part of you while it sets your senses alive. He plays sounds from the current popular, to classic rock, to Dave Matthews, to his own original compositions as he touches on just about any genre you may desire.
WW Tunes Live at the Blue Dog Cafe @ Blue Dog Cafe
6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Enjoy dinner in beautiful Snow Hill, Maryland and listen to the sounds of the WW Tunes! The WW Tunes recreates the beloved music of America in the 1940’s. The group is led by Frank Nanna a lifelong musician who plays guitar, violin, and banjo.