You are welcome, Randy! It is wonderful (and highly unusual for the Opry) for anyone to obtain official video footage to upload to another channel other than the Opry's. Kudos to Kim--thank you so much! I had listened to this program on Live Opry Radio, but it didn't have the same impact. I cried, too, when I watched it. For me, I could sense the enormous love on that stage for Glen from his family members and Carl Jackson as well as the love the Campbells and Carl have for each other. (Tremendous love and respect from the Grand Ole Opry's audience and host, too.) What affected me emotionally was that Ashley Campbell did exactly what her Dad would have done: she brought family members, Glen's sisters no less!, on stage to sing with her.
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Little Feather, a new Nashville country music band with lead singer-songwriter Liz Sharpe, released its first single, “Hillbilly Love Song (Hey Y’all)”, this week. Shannon Campbell is one of the band's members along with Aaron Spraggs, Sam Brooker, Luc Nyhus, and Dylan Rowe.
From the Huffington Post:
“Hillbilly Love Song (Hey Y’all)” at first listen is an upbeat, fun tune that showcases lead singer Liz Sharpe‘s vintage-modern vocal skills along with the band’s organically optimistic acoustic playing.
The group expects to release their first album on September 29, 2017.
You can read more about Little Feather and also obtain a link to listen to the new single at:
The band has also been busy producing a series of "Drive-Thru Concerts", an innovative idea for combining fast food, music and fun! Huffington Post describes the videos and their new success on YouTube and facebook:
They (Little Feather) literally pile into a van, order a meal and then pick and sing their way to the drive-thru window causing impromptu reactions by employees who can’t help but start dancing and singing along with them.
The videos, which have amassed nearly 2 million views, have gone over so well that earlier this month Little Feather enjoyed their first taste of success by winning a Silver Telly Award in the Music Video category at the 38th Annual Telly Awards that honors the best in film and video.
Below is one of the Drive-Thru Concert videos on Little Feather's YouTube channel.