for T. GRAHAM BROWN at the Texas
Troubadour Theatre on Saturday night at 10:00
PM. We will be taping the 3,565th
broadcast of the Midnite Jamboree.
Visit us in person to be part of the live audience of the second
longest running radio show in history. Admission is free.
here Saturday night at Midnight Central Time for the AUDIO
broadcast of the show.
here 24/7 to hear the Radio Air Castle of the South - WSM. Home
of the Grand Ole Opry & Midnite Jamboree.
here for Midnite Jamboree Requests & Comments.
T. GRAHAM BROWN
Passes at Age 90
Stoneman singing Prayers & Pinto Beans and Hallelujah
Patsy Stoneman, one of the last remaining members of the
famous Stoneman Family who performed together through much
of the 20th century, has died. She was 90 years of age.
When The Stonemans were in their heyday in the 1960s, Patsy was
easily recognizable with her autoharp. She sang with a simple,
sincere mountain-style voice which endeared her to the many Stoneman
fans over the years. Until just a short while ago, Patsy had been
continuing to perform with her sisters Donna and Roni
as the Stoneman Sisters.
She had been hospitalized and receiving rehab care this past
few weeks, but had recently returned to her home where she died
peacefully in her sleep around 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, July 23.