Award-winning country legend Janie Fricke has never performed a full concert in Music City, until now. The show-stopping CMA and ACM Female Vocalist of the Year will deliver her chart-topping hits, including “It Ain’t Easy Being Easy,” “Don’t Worry ‘Bout Me Baby,” and many more August 18 at 7 p.m. at Nashville Palace (click here for tickets). She will be performing with Moe Bandy and his band all weekend as the pair make a stop at the world famous Grand Ole Opry the following night to perform their No.1 hit “It’s a Cheating Situation”.
“These past 40-plus years hold great memories for me in the recording industry in Nashville, including jingle/commercial solos, teaming up on No. 1 duets with many great singers and recording my own albums as a solo artist on Columbia Records, now known as Sony/BMG. It will be great to play my show in Music City, USA, and to sing at the Grand Ole Opry, all in 2 nights! Thank you, fans & friends!!” Fricke exclaimed.
The country music legend continues captivating audiences nationwide with her distinctive vocal style and stage presence. Along with touring, Fricke is also a successful designer and recently launched The Janie Fricke Collection, which includes handbags, home décor and women’s accessories.
JJANIE FRICKE ON TOUR:
Aug. 18 The Nashville Palace – Nashville, Tenn.
Aug. 19 Grand Ole Opry – Nashville, Tenn.
Aug. 27 Rollies – Sauk Rapids, Minn.
Sept. 14 The Palace Theatre – Corsicana, Texas
Sept. 15 Cailloux Theatre – Kerrville, Texas
Dec. 31 Welk Theater – Branson, Mo.
ABOUT JANIE FRICKE: Janie Fricke’s distinctive voice has captivated audiences around the world and dominated the country charts in the early 80’s with chart-topping hits. Fricke ascended to the No. 1 spot on the country charts an astounding 18 times with hits like “It Ain’t Easy Being Easy,” “Don’t Worry ‘Bout Me Baby,” “He’s a Heartache (Looking for a Place To Happen),” “Tell Me a Lie,” “Your Heart’s Not in It,” “Always Have, Always Will” and “Let’s Stop Talkin’ About It.” Fricke was the first female voice on the moon when she sang the wake-up and weather jingle for the crew on Apollo 12. She began her legendary career as an “A-list” jingle singer for the giants of the advertising business, as well as a “first-call” session harmony singer for the superstars of the recording industry. Fricke also sang backup vocals on Elvis Presley’s final record after he passed away. Today, Fricke continues touring and recording as well as promoting The Janie Fricke Collection, a home décor and fashion accessories line. For more information visit JanieFricke.com and JanieFrickeCollection.com.https://www.countryschatter.com/2017/08/after-all-these-years-janie-fricke-performs-first-nashville-show-august-18-at-nashville-palace/Concert InfoPress ReleaseJanie Frickie,Janie Frickie Collection,Moe Bandy,music city usa,nashville palace