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Some of country music's rising stars joined several of the industry's biggest names for a weekend celebrating country radio and its support of St. Jude during the annual Country Cares for St. Jude Kids® radio seminar. More than 650 country music artists, music industry executives and radio station personnel gathered in Memphis Jan.14-16 for the annual seminar which featured hospital tours, roundtable discussions and special sessions for the visiting radio stations to learn the ins and outs of creating a successful radiothon.
Owen was joined on Jan. 15 by some of country music's hottest stars to visit with St. Jude patients and learn more about the hospital. Carrie Underwood, Jewel, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Steve Azar, Danny Gokey, Little Big Town, Darryl Worley and Joe Nichols led the list of nearly 40 artists who walked the halls of the hospital.
The seminar concluded the evening of Jan. 16 with the annual Songwriters’ Dinner. Richard C. Shadyac Jr., CEO of ALSAC, thanked country radio for its support of St. Jude and introduced Randy Owen to the crowd. The dinner also featured performances by the writers of many well-known country hits and a special tribute to Shadyac’s father, former ALSAC CEO Richard C. Shadyac who passed away in September 2009.
Following the tribute, songwriters Lee Miller, Wayne Carson, Brice Long, Jim Weatherly, Wynn Varble and Randy Owen took turns playing some of their well-known hits. The songwriters brought the crowd to their feet with songs such as "You're Gonna Miss This," "You Were Always on My Mind," "Nothing On But the Radio," "Midnight Train to Georgia," "Waitin' on a Woman," and "Tennessee River."