Schedule - Debi Champion Writer's Night at The Commodore Grille - Sundays Thru Thursdays

Schedule - Stewart's Songwriter Showcase at The Commodore Grille -
Fridays and Saturdays

Ernest Tubb Website On the left side, click on Midnite Jamboree Audio Archives button to hear past Midnite Jamboree shows. Scroll down to the 9/6/14 show, 28:30 into it, JKG sings his true story song "Ernest Eddy And Hank"
Eddy Arnold Website
Hank Williams (Sr) Website

Homage to Jerry's early influences (with quotes from his song "Ernest, Eddy and Hank")

"I met Country Music face to face when I was ten. It was love at first sound and I've loved it ever since.
Ernest Tubb and his guitar were selling Gold Chain Flour on top of a car in my home town. I can still hear it now - "I'm Walkin' The Floor Over You"
Ernest Tubb - "I'm Walking The Floor Over You"
Ernest Tubb
- "Waltz Across Texas"

"I hitch-hiked to Fort Worth to the North Side Coliseum, 'cause Eddy Arnold was singing there but I didn't get to see him. I didn't have the ticket price and they wouldn't let me in. But that's all right, 'cause when he sings, it takes me back again - I'm sending you a big "Bouquet Of Roses"
Eddy Arnold - "Bouquet of Roses"
Eddy Arnold - "Cattle Call"
Eddy Arnold - "Make The World Go Away"

"I did see Hank Williams several times before he died, the Hadacol Show, the Skyline Club, the Louisiana Hayride. When I went off to college, I made a "C" in Speech, 'cause I said 'Hank says I cain't help it, that's good enough for me' - "I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You)"
Hank Williams - "Lovesick Blues"
Hank Williams
-
"I Can't Help It (If I'm Still In Love With You"

Additional 'In Memoriam' - To help keep their music and names alive

Justin Tubb - "Lonesome 7-7203" - Friend, Grand Ole Opry member, son of Ernest Tubb
Justin Tubb - "What's Wrong With The Way That We're Doing It Now"

Jim Reeves - "Welcome To My World" - Friend, fellow performer on the Louisiana Hayride. (Died before I made it to the Grand Ole Opry)
Jim Reeves - The International Jim Reeves Fan Club

Billy Walker - Friend, fellow performer on the Louisiana Hayride & Grand Ole Opry.
First major label artist to record one of my songs: "I'm Looking For Love" - 1953, Columbia Records - now in his Bear Family Box Set "Billy Walker - Cross The Brazos At Waco"


Johnny Horton - "North To Alaska" - Friend, fellow performer on the Louisiana Hayride
Johnny Horton - "Battle Of New Orleans"


Claude King - "Wolverton Mountain" - Friend, fellow performer on the Louisiana Hayride

BobWills - "San Antonio Rose" - Everyone west of the Mississippi knows that 'Bob Wills is Still The King'
BobWills - Texas Playboys Final Concert 1986 part 9 - "Faded Love" and "Steel Guitar Rag" - Played by its composer, Leon McAuliffe

Land of the Living

"The Texas Music Scene with Ray Benson" - Website with Schedule of stations that "air" the weekly TV show about Texas Music
"The Texas Music Scene with Ray Benson" - Its YouTube channel

Glenn Douglas Tubb - JKG Co-Writer, Friend, Performing Country Music Singer/Songwriter, Writer of Johnny Cash's "Home Of The Blues" - Henson Cargill's "Skip A Rope" - George Jones/Tammy Wynette's "Two Story House"

Jimmy Payne - Friend, Performing Country Music Singer/Songwriter, Writer of Charley Pride's # 1 Hit "My Eyes Can Only See As Far As You" and Gary Puckett & The Union Gap's "Woman (Have You Got Cheating On Your Mind"

Connie Mims - JKG Co-Writer, Friend, Texas Performing Songwriter, Coordinator of the Tyler, Texas, NSAI chapter

Jan Buckingham - JKG Co-Writer, Friend, Nashville Performing Songwriter

Ray Campi - JKG Co-Writer, Friend, Performing Rockabilly Pioneer Singer/Songwriter

More Videos - of Jerry, and his songs by co-writers


"Closest Thing To Heaven" (recorded by Bob Luman) "live" at The Commodore, Jerry singing the Foster & Rice song at Jerry Foster's 2011 Annual Birthday Bash

"Able Bodied Man" (recorded by Charley Pride) "live" at The Commodore, Jerry singing the Foster & Rice song at Jerry Foster's 2012 Annual Birthday Bash

"Genuine Texas Good Guy" Billboard Chart record, 1977, Western Swing, written by Dave Woodward/Jeff Walker

"Naggin' Women And Braggin' Men" Jerry's first record, released in January, 1953. Recorded in 1952, at KWKH Radio, Shreveport, home of the Louisiana Hayride. *Floyd Cramer on Piano, Jimmy Day on Steel, Roy Sneed on Lead Guitar*

"Moonlight And Stardust"
Slim Willet's 1962 record of Jerry's song

"Ballad of Donna And Peggy Sue" Co-Writer Ray Campi's 1959 record of our Tribute to Buddy Holly and Richie Valens

"The Man I Met" Co-Writer Ray Campi's 1959 record of our Tribute to The Big Bopper

More Websites

Texas Country Music Hall Of Fame and Tex Ritter Museum - Carthage, Texas

Texas Music Hall of Fame - Honors performers, songwriters, producers and other music business professionals of all genres who have made a significant contribution to Texas music or otherwise created a music legacy

Western Music Association - Country and WESTERN Music group and magazine in USA

Rock and Roll Revue - Country and Rockabilly magazine in France

Australian Rock N Roll Appreciation Society - Country and Rockabilly magazine in Australia

Hillbilly-Music - Article about Jerry

2011-2017 Email:Jerry@jerrykgreen.com