A Celebration and Tribute To Class of 2022 - Hall of Famer - Keith Whitley
Thursday, June 23, 2022
Doors: 6:00 PM Show: 7:00 PM
Nashville Palace
2611 McGavock Pike
Nashville, Tennessee 37214
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The Keith Whitley Memorial Ride Presents "The 6th Annual Keith Whitley Tribute Show" at the World Famous Nashville Palace, Nashville, TN

The World Famous Nashville Palace

June 23rd, 2022 - Doors Open @ 6:00, Show @ 7:00

Join us for a Celebration and Tribute show for Class of 2022 Hall of Famer - Keith Whitley! 

Lineup includes the following artists! (subject to change)


Dan Alley 

Deana Carter

Morgan Cheyenne 

Hannah Dasher 

The Hamptons

Rachel Hayes

Randy Hayes (Original "Miami Band Member")

Michael J Hughes

The Issacs 

Whey Jennings 

Georgette Jones

Colton Kise

Wyatt Massingille 

Ken Mellons

Bryan Moffitt

Lorrie Morgan

Michael Ray

Dustin Sonnier

Rhonda Vincent

Jesse Whitley

Darryl Worley


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Keith Whitley was an American country musician who was destined to be Nashville’s top country star. His neotraditional music was described by ‘Chicago Tribune’ as “the most soulful of all country music.” Whitley’s music was distinct from the pretentious urban country music that was apparently gaining popularity at the time. His were the tunes of a solo traveler on some long, winding country road of the southern mountains and of solitude. His was the real honky-tonk music, authentic and highly recognized among musicians at the time, especially his peers. The modern generation is familiar with Ronan Keating’s rendition of ‘When You Say Nothing At All.’ However, it is a little known fact that it was a rendition of Whitley’s original from the album ‘Don’t Close Your Eyes,’ which had topped the charts in 1988. However, just when his popularity had started soaring, Whitley died of alcohol poisoning. He was 33 at the time of his death. In her autobiography, Whitley’s wife, Lorrie Morgan, wrote, “Keith Whitley is a legend now: Extremely talented mountain man who drank himself to death.” According to her, Whitley remained unappreciated as an artist when he was still alive. His legacy may have been rewarded posthumously, but the impact of his style of country music is ubiquitous.