TG Sheppard - Legendary Friends and Country Duets - Music Charts Magazine® Celebrity Interview with TG Sheppard - Crystal Gayle - Lorrie Morgan - Willie Nelson - Jerry Lee LewisMusic Charts Magazine®



“TG Sheppard”


Legendary Friends


Country Duets



Born in Humboldt, Tennessee on July 20th, 1944 with the name William Neal Browder.  “T.G. Sheppard” is a man who sang #1 Hit songs into generations of country music listening ears.  His recent album “Legendary Friends & Country Duets” has been and continues to be a huge booming success.  With a massive hit list of Country music’s elite, how could this album be anything but a hit?  The Oak Ridge Boys, Willie Nelson, even “The Possum” himself Mr. George Jones.  Everyone wants to hear this duet with T.G. Sheppard and George Jones as it was one of Jones’s last recordings before we lost our beloved music icon.

T.G. Sheppard - Music Charts Magazine® Celebrity Interview with TG Sheppard - NEW Album "Legendary Friends & Country Duets" - Crystal Gayle - Lorrie Morgan - Willie Nelson - Jerry Lee Lewis

“Devil In The Bottle”, “Tryin’ To Beat The Morning Home”, “Last Cheater’s Waltz”, “Do You Wanna Go To Heaven”, “I Loved Em’ Every One”, “Party Time”, “Slow Burn”, “Strong Heart”.. the T.G. Sheppard reservoir of songs is never ending.  Many nice shoes were worn out while wearing down the dance hall floors dancing to T.G. Sheppard’s songs.

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to another Great historical audio interview

with Music Charts Magazine’s Big Al Weekley.



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