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Ramblin’ “Doc” Tommy Scott Dies

Western film, country, bluegrass and gospel music pioneer, and early Grand Ole Opry star dies


By Randall Franks
TOCCOA, GA. — Ramblin’ “Doc” Tommy Scott, 96, entertainment business entrepreneur, singer, ventriloquist, actor, comedian and recreational vehicle innovator was laid to rest Oct. 4, 2013 in Toccoa, Ga. He died Monday, Sept. 30 of complications following injuries sustained in an automobile accident on Aug. 10.

Scott stepped into the entertainment field as he crawled up on the back of a “Doc” M.F. Chamberlain’s Medicine Show wagon in Toccoa, Ga. in 1936. While he began playing at church socials, dances and on local radio as early as 1933 with his sister Cleo, it was Chamberlain that gave him his first opportunity to leave his parent’s farm in Eastanollee, Ga. and become a traveling showman.

Chamberlain toured the South for roughly two more years retiring from the show he began in 1890 and turning it over to Scott lock, stock and medicine formulas including the laxative Herb-O-Lac, also called Man-O-Ree and Katona and a liniment that Scott sold as Snake Oil. During the waning days of the Great Depression, through innovative partnerships, Scott transformed the company pitching it through radio moving up to 10,000 bottles of the medicine weekly. He also served as a musical pitchman for Vim Herb.
Smithsonian Institute folklife historian Stephen Zeitlin stated in 1981 that Scott “is indeed the sole active bearer of a once thriving and vital American tradition.”
Scott moved to North Carolina in 1938 gaining a position on WPTF radio in Raleigh, N.C. performing as part of the Pete and Minervy dramatic troupe.
He then moved to WWVA, Wheeling, WV where he agreed to front Charlie Monroe’s new band the Kentucky Partners appearing as Rambling Scotty. Monroe had just split with his brother Bill Monroe, later known as the Father of Bluegrass Music.
He married his late wife Mary Frank “Frankie” Thomas in 1940 shortly before he became a member of the Grand Ole Opry alongside contemporaries Roy Acuff, Minnie Pearl and Ernest Tubb performing music on WSM and doing comedy with his hand made wooden sidekick Luke McLuke on the Opry. He led his Grand Ole Opry touring show both in auditoriums and under canvas with Opry stars such as Uncle Dave Macon, Curley Williams, Danny Bailey, and Jimmy Selph at his side.
Scott penned his most popular song of the late 1940’s “Rosebuds and You” in honor of his longtime stage and film and TV co-star Frankie. The song became a regional hit in the South and west for Ramblin’ Tommy Scott in 1950; it was later covered by dozens of artists including Country Music Hall of Famer George Morgan, the Willis Brothers, and Red Sovine. The late fiddler Benny Martin took his version of “Rosebuds” to Billboard’s top 20 in 1963.
Scott also wrote the bluegrass standard "You Are The Rainbow of My Dreams," and contributed to the multi-million selling pop song "Mule Train," to which he sold his rights. "You Took My Sunshine," “You Can’t Stop Time,” “Gonna Paint the Town Red,” “Tennessee,” “Rockin’ and Rollin’,” “Elly Mae,” and “Pollution” were among the more than 500 songs he penned and recorded for a numerous record labels from Rich-R-Tone to King, Four-Star to his own Katona label founded in the 1940s.
Scott became a fixture in early radio, theaters, circuses, and western and hillbilly films appearing coast to coast. He starred in the 1949 release of "Trail of the Hawk," directed by Oscar nominee Edward Dymytrk, as well as numerous other 1940s and 50s films such as "Mountain Capers," "Hillbilly Harmony," "Southern Hayride.”
When the “Ramblin’ Tommy Scott Show” produced in conjunction with Sack Amusements came to nationwide television in 1948, Scott became the first country music star with his own television series, the cast of the show included Frankie, their daughter Sandra, Sally Ann Forrester, Ray Aldridge, and Jimmy and Jenny Vance and featured singing, dancing and classic country comedy.
He returned to television in the 1950’s with Tommy Scott’s “Smokey Mountain Jamboree” running in syndication around the country with appearances by Grand Ole Opry stars Curley Williams and the John Daniel Quartet. Scott’s TV show is the earliest historical film footage featuring a Southern gospel quartet.
Among his other early television appearances was one with young talk show host Johnny Carson and he later appeared with almost every major journalist, talk or variety show personality in the U.S. and Canada including Walter Conkrite, Oprah Winfrey, Margaret Trudeau. Charles Kuralt, Jane Pauley, Ralph Emery and David Letterman. He made multiple appearances for Entertainment Tonight, The Tommy Hunter Show and the Today Show.
Two documentaries for PBS were created about his unique career, "Still Ramblin'" in 2001, directed by Randall Franks, highlighting Scott's early years in film and country music, and an earlier one in 1980 focused on his performance career in the 1960s and 70s. Despite operating the medicine company throughout his career and pitching medicine on stage, radio, and television, it was not until the 1970s, that Scott put on the full mantle of the medicine show “Doc” that endeared him to millions of fans around the world including the trademark colorful clothes, red top hat and snake skinned shoes. Along with country contemporary Slim Whitman, “Doc” Tommy Scott also became the focus of a Suffolk TV marketed album of that era.
While innovating for the comfort of his family and show performers on the road, Scott designed and enhanced vehicles to provide their accommodations. A design originally sketched on a brown paper towel backstage on a piano in the 1950s became the model for what would become the prototype to the Dodge Motor Home. Scott joined forces with a like-minded entrepreneur Ray Frank to fund and build a plant to create the first motor homes through a music show and then sell them using his touring road show as the showroom. Elvis Presley was among the first entertainers to purchase one.
Scott was considered one of the originators of telephone show promotions raising monies for clubs and organizations while operating a company of 100 performers and show workers that produced shows and circus productions in a different town every day from the 1940s through the 1990s visiting nearly 300 towns each year across the United States and Canada. Scott often boasted that his show produced over 29,000 shows.
“Doc” Scott’s Last Real Old Time Medicine Show, which through its long history under various billings such as the Hollywood Hillbilly Jamboree featured co-stars including Curly Seckler, Stringbean Akeman, western film stars Col. Tim McCoy, Carolina Cotton, Al “Fuzzy” St. John, Sunset Carson, Johnny Mack Brown, Ray Whitley and country entertainers Junior Samples, Jackie Phelps, Clyde Moody,Scotty Lee, Gaines Blevins and “In the Heat of the Night” star Randall Franks.
Scott was honored as an International Bluegrass Music Museum Legend in 2011, he is an inductee in the Atlanta Country Music Hall of Fame, Country Music Association Walkway of Stars in 1976, and was honored with a major exhibit at the Georgia Music Hall of Fame from 1996-2008.
He completed his 700-page autobiography "Snake Oil, Superstars, and Me" with co-authors Shirley Noe Swiesz and Randall Franks in 2007.
In lieu of flowers, tax-deductible donations may be sent to Share America Foundation, Inc., P.O. Box 42, Tunnel Hill, Ga. 30755 or made via credit card at www.shareamericafoundation.org for a Ramblin' "Doc" Tommy and Frankie Scott Appalachian Music Scholarship.
He is survived by his daughter Sandra Scott Whitworth and son-in-law Charles Whitworth, his sister Cleo Scott Cheek, and nephew Benny Cheek, all of Eastanollee, Ga., a granddaughter Pam Lawson, and two great grandchildren Craig and Corey Lawson, all of Toccoa, Ga. and Irene Moore, personal assistant to Tommy and Frankie Scott for over 60 years.
Acree-Davis Funeral Home in Toccoa, Ga. made the arrangements. A private graveside service  was held Friday, Oct. 4 at Stephens Memorial Gardens in Toccoa, Ga.. The Rev. Ricky McFarlin of Eastanollee Baptist Church officiated and Randall Franks with the Watkins Family provided music.
Obituary compiled by Scott biographer – Randall Franks, award-winning journalist, director and syndicated entertainment  columnist.
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Ramblin’ Tommy Scott 1948 from "The Ramblin' Tommy Scott Show." (Courtesy Katona Productions, Inc.)
“Doc” Tommy Scott at an appearance at the Scopes Trial Festival in 2007. (Photo by Butch Lanham)
Doc Tommy Scott private service
Actor/entertainer Randall Franks is joined by the Watkins Family to sing Tommy Scott's popular gospel song "Say a Little Prayer" beside a casket upon which Scott's unique red top hat rests. His daughter and film and television co-star Sandra Scott Whitworth (fromt row, second from the left) and other family members remember the multi-talented showman, loving father and grandfather. (Photo by Regina Watkins)

2013 CMA SRO AWARDS WITH KIX BROOKS


KIX BROOKS TO PRESENT THE 2013 CMA SRO AWARDS ON OCT. 22 DURING “THE 43rd ANNUAL IEBA CONFERENCE,” SCHEDULED FOR OCT. 19-22 IN NASHVILLE

NASHVILLE – Artist, radio personality, and CMA Board member Kix Brooks will present the 2013 SRO Awards at the IEBA Honors and Awards Dinner Oct. 22, during “The 43rd Annual IEBA Conference,” which will be held Oct. 19-22 in Nashville, Tenn.
“The SRO Awards honor those that are the unsung heroes of the touring industry,” said Ed Hardy, President of the CMA Board of Directors. “From getting the artists to the venues, lighting the stages, making sure the sound is perfect, to keeping everyone nourished, these are the people that help make the concert business one of the most successful areas of our business.”
“Each year IEBA turns the spotlight to buyers who’ve made an impact, not only on the industry at large, but also on all of us who enjoy the live entertainment experience,” said Pam Matthews, Executive Director of IEBA.
The awards dinner will take place on Tuesday, Oct. 22 (7:00 PM/CT) at the Omni Hotel Nashville. For more information, visit ieba.org. Advance reservations are required.
The SRO (Standing Room Only) Awards were originally created by the CMA Board of Directors in 1990 to honor outstanding professional achievement within the touring industry.
The first SRO Awards were presented at a black tie gala, hosted by K.T. Oslin and Roger Miller, during CMA’s Entertainment Expo, which was also known as the Talent Buyers Entertainment Marketplace. Ten SRO Awards were presented at the first gala and the number of Awards swelled to 19 before the last were handed out at SRO ’97. In 2011, CMA brought back the Touring Musician of the Year Award, and last year 13 additional categories returned. This year there are 15 categories and the 2013 finalists were announced in May.
As previously announced, CMA’s SRO Awards 2013 Final Nominees are as follows (in alphabetical order):
CATEGORY 1 – BUSINESS MANAGER OF THE YEAR
Jamie Cheek – Flood, Bumstead, McCready & McCarthy, Inc.
Duane Clark – Flood, Bumstead, McCready & McCarthy, Inc.
Dwight Wiles
– Smith, Wiles Co., P.C.

CATEGORY 2 – COACH/TRUCK DRIVER OF THE YEAR
Kelley Beck
– Blake Shelton
Caleb Garrett – Kenny Chesney
Tim Olson
– Toby Keith

CATEGORY 3 – FOH (FRONT OF HOUSE) ENGINEER OF THE YEAR
Greg Huffman
– Jake Owen
Jeff Parsons – Blake Shelton
David Payne – Taylor Swift

CATEGORY 4 – LIGHTING DIRECTOR OF THE YEAR
Trevor Ahlstrand
– Martina McBride
Paul Normandale
– Hunter Hayes
Steve Richards
– Taylor Swift

CATEGORY 5 – MANAGER OF THE YEAR
Robert Allen – 13 Management
Narvel Blackstock
– Starstruck Entertainment
Clint Higham – Morris Artists Management

CATEGORY 6 – TOUR MANAGER OF THE YEAR
Kevin Canady
– Blake Shelton
Greg Fowler
– Jake Owen
Erica Worden – Taylor Swift

CATEGORY 7 – MONITOR ENGINEER OF THE YEAR
Brad Baisley
– Blake Shelton
Jordan Kolenc
– Taylor Swift
Evan Richner
– Jason Aldean

CATEGORY 8 – PRODUCTION MANAGER OF THE YEAR
Arthur Kemish
– Taylor Swift
Meesha Kosciolek
– Martina McBride
Art Rich
– Blake Shelton

CATEGORY 9 – PUBLICIST OF THE YEAR
Paula Erickson – Erickson Public Relations
Mary Hilliard Harrington – The GreenRoom
Ebie McFarland – Essential Broadcast Media, LLC

CATEGORY 10 – TALENT AGENT OF THE YEAR
Rod Essig
– Creative Artist Agency
Jay Williams
– William Morris Endeavor Entertainment, LLC
Rob Beckham
– William Morris Endeavor Entertainment, LLC

CATEGORY 11 – TALENT BUYER/PROMOTER OF THE YEAR
Louis Messina
– The Messina Group
Brian O’Connell
– Live Nation
Debra Rathwell – AEG Live

CATEGORY 12 – TOUR CATERER OF THE YEAR
Dega Catering
TaDa! Catering
TourCats Catering

CATEGORY 13 – TOURING MUSICIAN OF THE YEAR
David Cook – Taylor Swift – Keyboard
Robby Emerson
– Jake Owen – Bass
Steve Sinatra
– Hunter Hayes – Drums

CATEGORY 14 – VENUE OF THE YEAR
Bridgestone Arena
– Nashville, Tenn.
Joe’s Bar
– Chicago, Ill.
Ryman Auditorium – Nashville, Tenn.

CATEGORY 15 – TOUR VIDEO DIRECTOR OF THE YEAR
Jay Cooper – Kenny Chesney
Olivier Goulet
– Taylor Swift
Michael Tinsley
– Taylor Swift

In addition to the CMA SRO Awards, the IEBA Industry Awards and Hall of Fame Honors will be presented. IEBA Industry Awards categories include: Casino buyer of the Year, Club Buyer of the Year, Corporate Buyer of the Year, Fair Buyer of the Year, Festival Buyer of the Year, International Buyer of the Year, Promoter of the Year, Venue Executive of the Year, and Rookie of the Year. IEBA will honor David Corlew with a Career Achievement Award and induct George & Nancy Jones into IEBA’s Hall of Fame.

“Larry’s Country Diner” October Line-Up

“Larry’s Country Diner” October Line-Up is “Spook-tacular” Featuring Ricky Skaggs, The Isaacs, Jeff & Sherry Easter and Billy Yates

Catch EVERY Episode On Demand at the New “Larry’s Country Diner” Website!!
 
Nashville, Tenn. (October 4, 2013) – "Larry’s Country Diner," the down-home variety program that draws over 1.4 million loyal viewers each month as one of RFD-TV’s most popular shows, continues to feed the appetites of traditional country music lovers.  Fans are in for a real “treat” with the “Spook-tacular” October lineup, including performances Grammy award-winning Ricky Skaggs, Gospel groups The Isaacs and Jeff & Sherry Easter, as well as singer/songwriter Billy Yates. For more information on “Larry’s Country Diner," please visit larryscountrydiner.com

Each week in October,you can catch Larry and the gang on the RFD-TV network:

Week of:
October 05   RICKY SKAGGS

October 12   THE ISAACS
October 19   JEFF & SHERRY EASTER
October 26   BILLY YATES
                      
“Larry’s Country Diner"airs Saturday nights at 11pm ET / 10 pm CT and Sunday evenings at 7pm ET / 6pm CT. “Larry’s Country Diner” also airs on FamilyNet(check local listings for air times in your area). All schedules are subject to change.

But not to worry if you miss an episode! Simply visit the brand new “Larry’s Country Diner” website at larryscountrydiner.com. For a small membership fee, you can view EVERY episode of EVERY season (over 90 shows) in its entirety with the new LARRY’s ON DEMAND feature.  It’s FREE to try, and as always, you can still keep up with the latest news, updates, behind-the-scenes fun and purchase the latest DVDs and Diner swag.  Check it out at larryscountrydiner.com.

ABOUT LARRY’S COUNTRY DINER: 
Larry’s Country Diner is a unique down-home variety show which integrates entertainment, interviews and music in a weekly format, taped LIVE in front of a studio audience in a country diner setting.  The show features regular characters including Larry Black, Keith Bilbrey, Sheriff Jimmy Capps, Waitress Renae and avid church lady, Nadine along with special guest appearances by country music artists of yesterday and today.  Since its initial airing on August 3, 2009, Larry’s Country Diner has produced over 100 episodes and has become one of the most popular shows on RFD-TV, garnering 1.4 million viewers monthly.  The show can also be seen on FamilyNet, check your local listings. For more information, please visit www.larryscountrydiner.com.

Larry’s Country Diner is a product of Gabriel Communications.  Owned and operated by longtime disc jockey Larry Black, Gabriel Communications was created in 1996 and specialized in “Reunion” videos. The success of these videos spurred the creation of more than a dozen more projects featuring hundreds of songs and stories as well as Country’s Family Reunion News, a monthly newspaper which highlights the music of yesteryear.

KENNY ROGERS CELEBRATES YOU CAN’T MAKE OLD FRIENDS

KENNY ROGERS CELEBRATES RELEASE OF YOU CAN’T MAKE OLD FRIENDS, DUE OUT OCTOBER 8TH ON WARNER BROS. RECORDS WITH MEDIA TOUR

Performances and Appearances on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Extra!, Home & Family, CBS This Morning, Fox & Friends, The Rachael Ray Show, Bloomberg TV and The Today Show

Full Stream of You Can’t Make Old Friends Available Now at Amazon.com
 
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – (October 4, 2013) – Legendary music icon Kenny Rogers returns with his brand new album You Can’t Make Old Friends on October 8th via Warner Bros. Records. Fans can stream the record in advance of release through October 7th on Amazon.com. The 11-track album reunites Rogers with long-time friend and collaborator, Dolly Parton, for a brand new duet on the title track, “You Can’t Make Old Friends,” while the official music video was exclusively debuted on Good Morning America last month.

In celebration of the album release, Rogers has begun a series of media appearances that kicked off with an interview and performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! this past Wednesday. Rogers was featured on Hallmark Channel’s Home & Family earlier today and will be on Extra! tonight. Fans can catch Rogers tomorrow, Saturday, on GAC’s Backstory. On Monday, October 7th, Rogers will appear on CBS This Morning and on October 8th, he will perform on Fox & Friends and will be featured live on Bloomberg TV. The media tour wraps up with a visit to Kathie Lee & Hoda on The Today Show Wednesday, October 9th followed by an interview on The Rachael Ray Show, which airs Friday, October 11th.

With a collaboration of producers, including Kyle Lehning, Warren Hartman, and Dann Huff, You Can’t Make Old Friends is Rogers’ first country album since the release of Water & Bridges in 2006. Rogers considers this upcoming release the most varied and complete album of his lifetime. "I can honestly say this may be the best album I've ever recorded,” added Rogers.  “The musical diversity is extraordinary. It goes from songs I would normally sing, to songs I would normally never even listen to.  In this business, you do albums to both grow artistically, and for the sheer love of music.  We chose what I think are the most diverse and best songs I've ever had access to."

A trailblazing recording artist, vocalist, and entertainer, Rogers has sold more than 120 million records worldwide and recorded more than 65 albums during his illustrious 56 years in show business. Rogers has charted a record within each of the last seven decades and scored a hit single in the past six. He was the first country artist to consistently sell out arenas and quickly became a pop superstar as well – his 28 Billboard Adult Contemporary Top 10's is fourth-best all time among men, trailing only Elton John, Neil Diamond, and Elvis Presley.  Rogers has recorded 12 No. 1 albums and 24 No. 1 hits – “The Gambler,” “Lady,” “Lucille,” “Coward Of The County,” “She Believes in Me,” “Islands in the Stream” (with Dolly Parton) and “Every Time Two Fools Collide” (with Dottie West) among them. His Greatest Hits album has sold over 24 million copies worldwide to date.  He is the RIAA’s 8th best-selling male artist of all time with one Diamond album, 19 Platinum albums and 31 Gold albums.

Kenny Rogers – You Can’t Make Old Friends – Track Listing
1.    You Can’t Make Old Friends (Duet With Dolly Parton)
2.    All I Need Is One
3.    You Had To Be There
4.    ’Merica
5.    Turn This World Around
6.    Dreams Of The San Joaquin
7.    Don’t Leave Me In The Night Time (Featuring Buckwheat Zydeco)
8.    Look At You
9.    Neon Horses
10.  When You Love Someone
11.  It’s Gonna Be Easy Now

JASON ALDEAN BENEFIT CONCERT



JASON ALDEAN TO HOLD EIGHTH ANNUAL SUSAN G. KOMEN BENEFIT, "CONCERT FOR THE CURE," OCT. 25 IN NEW ORLEANS

Aldean's 12th No. One Single Holds For A Second Week At The Top
 
Nashville, TN – October 4, 2013 – CMA Entertainer of the Year nominee Jason Aldean kicks off National Breast Cancer Awareness Month with the announcement that his eighth annual "Concert for the Cure" will be held Fri., Oct. 25 in New Orleans, LA at his sold out 2013 NIGHT TRAIN TOUR stop at the New Orleans Arena.  Throughout the year, Aldean sets aside 50 cents of each concert ticket sold, then selects one show market in October and donates all proceeds to their local Susan G. Komen Affiliate.    

"Last year the Komen New Orleans team needed a little over $1 million to meet all their needs, but they were only able to fund about half of that," said Aldean. "If we raise the half a million that we did last year in Dallas we'll be able to help these women meet their goal and provide the services the town needs.  I can't wait to see an arena full of pink in support of such a great cause!"


Aldean is currently celebrating a second week atop the Billboard chart with his 12th No. one single, "Night Train."  Additionally, has three nominations for the Nov. 6 CMA Awards, including his third consecutive Entertainer of the Year nod.  He is also up for Male Vocalist of the Year and Musical Event of the Year for "The Only Way I Know" feat. Luke Bryan and Eric Church.

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