Singer/songwriter Holly Dunn died this morning (11/15) at age 59 at a hospice facility in Albuquerque, NM

16/11/2016

after a brief battle with ovarian cancer (CAT 8/22). She was best known for her 1986 hit "Daddy's Hands" and others including 1989's "Are You Ever Gonna Love Me" and 1990's "You Really Had Me Going." She joined the Grand Ole Opry in 1989. In 1997 she took a break from touring and joined WWWW/Detroit as a morning co-host. She hosted Opry Backstage on TNN in 2001-02 and retired from music in 2003 to focus on her other passion, painting. Arrangements are pending.


News Archive

Underwood To UMG: 19/Arista's Carrie Underwood has departed the label for a worldwide deal with Universal Music Group, specifically Capitol/Nashville. (28/03/2017)
MADAME TUSSAUDS NASHVILLE JOINS CELEBRATION OF PATSY CLINE MUSEUM OPENING WITH DEBUT OF ITS PATSY CLINE FIGURE The Wax Figure Will Be Featured at Patsy Cline Museum Through April 9 (28/03/2017)
MUSIC ICON WAYLON JENNINGS CELEBRATED IN NEW STAR-STUDDED LIVE CONERT FILM AND RECORDING (22/03/2017)
MAREN MORRIS BRINGS THE HERO TOUR 2017 TO UK/IRELAND THIS WINTER. US SENSATION WILL PLAY LONDON’S O2 SHEPHERD’S BUSH EMPIRE IN NOVEMBER (13/03/2017)
C2C WILL RETURN FOR A SIXTH YEAR IN 2018! (13/03/2017)
KIEFER SUTHERLAND EXTENDS 'NOT ENOUGH WHISKEY 2017 TOUR,' (13/03/2017)
COUNTRY MUSIC WEEK *Monday 2 – Sunday 8 October 2017* In iconic venues across London (10/03/2017)
Australian Country Music Festival, CMC Rocks Queensland, Sells Out 10th Anniversary Event Record Numbers To Attend 2017 Event (07/03/2017)
Grand Ole Opry Recognizes Travis Tritt on 25th Anniversary of Becoming Opry Member (03/03/2017)
MARTY STUART TO HOST UK PREMIERE OF ‘BORN IN BRISTOL’ DOCUMENTARY AT C2C FESTIVAL ON SUNDAY 12th MARCH 54-Minute Film Tells the Untold Story of the Birth of Country Music (03/03/2017)

 

Older News Items