RONNIE MCDOWELL EXTENDS NATIONWIDE TOUR WHILE PROMOTING AUTOBIOGRAPHY "BRINGING IT TO YOU PERSONALLY"
McDowell Book Signing Set for March 26
at Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (March 22, 2016) – Ronnie McDowell, known for decades of hit songs and genuine warmth that fills seats again and again, is crisscrossing the country with additional concert dates and appearances (see schedule below). McDowell will also appear at the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum Saturday, March 26 to sign copies of his new autobiography “Bringing It To You Personally.”
“We’re having a blast out there on the road and with the book. I’m just so thankful for those who’ve spent their hard-earned money to pick up a copy or come see our shows. We sure do appreciate you,” McDowell said.
McDowell opens up about his illustrious music career in “‘Bringing It To You Personally,” available online and the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum.
“Bringing It To You Personally” includes more than 100 photos, captures McDowell’s personal and career triumphs, as well as life lessons he’s endured throughout four decades as an entertainer. McDowell’s autobiography chronicles the moment he came out of nowhere to dazzle the world with his heartfelt and self-penned tribute song, “The King Is Gone,” in honor of Elvis Presley’s death.
For more information on “Bringing It To You Personally,” visit ronniemcdowellbook.com. Follow Ronnie McDowell on Facebook and Twitter.
RONNIE MCDOWELL ON TOUR:
March 26 Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum – Nashville, Tenn.*
April 01 State College Area High School – State College, Pa.
April 02 Council Rock High School North – Newtown, Pa.
April 16 The Roxy Theater – Russellville, Ala.
April 23 My Time Cafe’ – Portland, Tenn.
April 29 The Collins Theater – Paragould, Ark.
April 30 Marian Cocke’s Elvis Presley Charity Event – Fulton, Miss.
May 07 American Serb Hall – Milwaukee, Wis.
May 13 Old King Coal Festival – West Frankfort, Ill.
May 14 Strawberry Festival – Portland, Tenn.
May 20 Harlow’s Casino – Greenville, Miss.
Jun 03 The Palace Theater – Crossville, Tenn.
Jun 24 Downtown Square – Franklin, Ky.
Jul 15 Canadian Bluemoon Festival – Barriere, British Columbia Canada
Jul 23 Independence County Fair – Batesville, Ark.
Jul 30 T.B.A. – Milton, W. Va.
Aug 13 T.B.A. – Corinth, Miss.
Aug 14 Crowne Plaza Memphis East – Memphis, Tenn.
Aug 23 Poinsettia County Fair – Harrisburg, Ark.
Sep 24 Corporate Event
Nov 05 Festival – Black Rock, Ark.
.@RonnieMcDowell extends nationwide tour, appearing at @countrymusichof March 26
ABOUT RONNIE MCDOWELL:
Following the death of Elvis Presley in 1977, Ronnie McDowell came out of nowhere to dazzle the world with his heartfelt and self-penned tribute song “The King Is Gone” on the independent Scorpion label. The record took off immediately, gaining airplay on country and pop stations across the country and around the world. To date, “The King Is Gone” has sold more than five million. McDowell charted more than thirty Top 40 hits on the Billboard country music charts. Two of his singles, “Older Women” and “You’re Gonna Ruin My Bad Reputation,” reached No. 1 on the country charts, while eleven more reached Top Ten. He has also released more than twenty studio albums. McDowell also achieved notoriety when he sang 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.” While Elvis Presley has played a big part in Ronnie McDowell’s musical career over the years, Ronnie continues to entertain audiences with his own blend of romantic intimacy and country excitement.