Lynn Gray

Lynn Gray

Lynn Gray's new book, "I Guess You Had To Be There," has just been released and is a must read for fans of real country music!

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In Lynn's Own Words

I can't remember a time when music was not a part of my life. Growing up a farm girl, country music played a big part of my life, coming from the home of the Mid-Day-Merry-Go-Round, The Cas Walker Show and later in the evening on Saturday night, listening to the Grand Ole Opry. It was my dream to one day sing on stage, and I did, once or twice. I memorized every song I heard and made my move to Nashville at the age of 18. Time would prove I would not make it to the stage but become a big part of promotion and involvement with those who did...............the rest is history.

I worked for Hank Snow, promoted artists and releases for White Horse Records, managed, sold ads, and had my own air time on three radio stations and then at long last had a few songs recorded.....dreams come true in strange ways. I married a musician, had three wonderful children and as they say, "went on with my life," then it all came back full circle to booking talent, writing more songs and writing the book about all the excitement I had experienced in this business called music.

It has been said, "While Lynn ate, breathed and slept country music, she some how skipped the fan status to these musical celebrities, and instantly found herself deeply entrenched in the friend category. " I can only say to this, that every step of my past was a step closer to where I am now and I cherish each friendship and memory made along the way. My life, I can truthfully say has been a song, and those who have professionally shared this music with me, my friends. I don't feel like I missed a thing by not claiming the stage I sought, because my life has been a challenge of all the facets of the business. I Guess You Had To Be There to appreciate my journey. I know I have enjoyed living it.

 

Reviews

GUESS YOU HAD TO BE THERE by Lynn Woodruff Gray should be on the "must read list" of any lover of country music.
Her story paints a delightful picture of the Golden Years of Classic Country Music and many of the artists that pioneered the industry.
Anyone who has ever listened to the Grand Ole Opry will enjoy her heartfelt memories of the entertainers she has met over the years; Tex Ritter, Doyle and Teddy Wilburn, Loretta Lynn, Dottie West, Archie Campbell, Roger Miller, Jim Ed, Maxine and Bonnie Brown and many more.
This is one book that I'll read time and time again.

Marilyn Sue Trent
Little Rock, Arkansas

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