Becky Brown set for busy CMA Fest Week
Talks Jim Ed Brown and going our way on WSM Radio today
Becky Brown, widow of Grand Ole Opry and Country Music Hall of Fame star Jim Ed Brown, has big plans for CMA Fest 2018. The glamorous Arkansas native will meet fans at her CMA Booth, attend additional book signings “outside” of the festival and discuss her new autobiography, GOING OUR WAY, with collaborator Roxane Atwood on WSM Radio’s Nashville Today Show With Host Devon O’Day today at 4 p.m. Central.
June 4 / 650 AM WSM Nashville Today Show with host Devon O’Day – 4 p.m.
June 6 / Country For A Cause (3rd & Lindsley) Benefits The Children’s Miracle Network
June 7 -10 / CMA Booth #109 (Music City Center) 10 a.m. – 12noon
June 7 -10 / CMA Booth #109 (Music City Center) 1 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
June 9 / CMA Media Room Interviews 3:45 p.m. – 4:45 p.m.
June 10 / CMA Media Room Interviews 3:45 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
GOING OUR WAY explores the life, faith and love Becky and Jim Ed shared during five decades of marriage, through 228 pages of personal reflection, and 175 photographs. Autographed hardcover and trade paperback options of the Clovercroft Publishing offering are available for purchase now at www.GoingOurWay.net.
Additional promotional outings are scheduled post-CMA Fest:
August 9-11 / Texas Country Music Hall of Fame (Carthage, TX)
August 17 / Opry Shop @ Grand Ole Opry House following the show
October 6 / Country Music Hall of Fame ® and Museum
The book will delight Country fans with “insider” music business knowledge and engage the Christian reader with faith-filled asides. This very intimate outing makes the reader feel as if they are living this story – from the couple’s Arkansas raisings, to their first date, to the release of Jim Ed’s last album – and the life lived in between. Becky has enchanted viewers and listeners during her recent appearances, and fans are sure to enjoy her visit with O’Day on WSM.
Becky is one woman of the 1960s “stay at home” generation who chose to – genteelly – buck the trend and retain her independence. Throughout her life with Jim Ed, Becky modeled; worked as a professional makeup artist; painted; danced; taught dance and formed a renowned dance studio and troupe. While a supportive wife to her husband and loving mother of two well-rounded children, Becky lived life her way, never allowing herself to be relegated to the shadows of Jim Ed’s stardom.