Country Music Monday
On March 5th, at 7:30 p.m., at the Giddings High School Cafetorium, the Rotary Club of Giddings will sponsor a spectacular Country Music program staring Moses Rangel and the well known Ed Gary.
Ed Gary was born into a singing family with both mother and father gospel singers in the Memphis, Tennessee area. In this environment Ed soon learned to sing and has enhanced this talent as he traveled through the years. Today we find a fine singer, musician, recording artist, song writer, film actor, President of the Greater Arizona Country and Western Swing Music Association, and having worldwide releases in music and films. Some of his specialities are: “A Honky Tonk Song,” “He’d Have to Go,” and “San Antonio Rose.”
It is said that every person has at least one gift from God. Moses Rangel discovered his gift of voice eighteen years ago when he caught the eye of an employee in a music store where he was purchasing a guitar. and sang Elvis’ “Love Me Tender.” A successful CD, which stayed on the Nashville Tracker chart for fifteen weeks, helped him to become known throughout the south. He has great vocal range and sings a variety of music.
He has established himself as a Country Music Performer for the Country Hall of Fame.
In addition to these performers there will Ken Brothers, Sally Carlson and the regular Country Music Monday Band.
The doors open at 5:15 p.m. Food will be available, and Rotary Club members will be on hand to assist with the parking.