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

‘MISS COUNTRY SOUL’ JEANNIE SEELY CELEBRATES 50 YEARS AS A MEMBER OF THE GRAND OLE OPRY (17/09/2017)
Americana Music Awards Winners (15/09/2017)
DON WILLIAMS DEAD AT 78 (09/09/2017)
Troy Gentry of Country Duo Montgomery Gentry Dies in Helicopter Crash (09/09/2017)
Jo Dee Messina was recently diagosed with cancer and will soon begin treatment. (07/09/2017)
MIRANDA LAMBERT TOPS THE LIST OF FINALISTS FOR "THE 51st ANNUAL CMA AWARDS" WITH FIVE NOMINATIONS, LITTLE BIG TOWN & KEITH URBAN FOLLOW WITH FOUR (04/09/2017)
HURRICANE HARVEY PREVENTS MARK CHESNUTT FROM TRAVELING TO OVERSEAS MUSIC FESTIVAL IN U.K. (02/09/2017)
CHRIS YOUNG INVITED TO JOIN THE GRAND OLE OPRY Country Music Hall of Fame and Opry member Vince Gill surprises the Grammy-nominated vocalist following a #1 party backstage for the pair’s single “Sober Saturday Night” (30/08/2017)
The Americana Music Association℠ Announces its 16th Annual Honors & Awards Show Performers, Presenters and Members of This Year’s All-Star Band (29/08/2017)
Country Music Week In London brought to you by the people from C2C (18/08/2017)

 

Older News Items