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Ernie Ashworth Inducted into the CLA Hall of Fame

PRESS RELEASE
AUGUST 15th, 2001

Country Legends Association

The Country Legends Association announced today that country singer, songwriter and long time Grand Ole Opry star Ernie Ashworth has been inducted into the Country Legends Association Hall Of Fame as a Living Legend.

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A native of Huntsville, Alabama, Ernie realized a lifelong dream when he became a member of the Grand Ole Opry on March 7th, 1964. In addition to his string of country hits as an artist, songs penned by Ashworth have been recorded by Little Jimmy Dickens, Carl Smith, the late Johnny Horton, Wilma Lee Cooper, and Paul Anka.

Never one to rest on his laurels, Ernie continues to write, record, and perform. It was announced on August 2nd that Ernie Ashworth currently holds the #1 spot as the most played country artist in Europe. Truly an international ambassador for the music he loves, Ernie Ashworth has certainly earned the title of “Living Legend”.

Now for Marli's perspective of Ernie Ashworth's New Album.

This wonderful new album entitled, "Ernie Ashworth, the Early Years", Collector's Edition has taken me back to a time when the world was an easier place. There was  blackberry cobbler bakin' while green beans from the garden simmered on the stove.. all the smells and sounds of comfort and home. I'm suddenly young again and entranced by this heartbreakin' balladeer, then toe tappin' to the upbeat 2-steppin' tunes. It was indeed a true gift when Ernie sent his CD and photo to me and I just couldn't keep it to myself, I had to share it with y'all. The only hard part about this is, I can't fit 30 sound clips here and I have to choose just a few from all of these wonderful songs. NOT an easy decision, I love 'em all! Ernie, thank you for sharing your music with me and the world. It is indeed a treasure to me. I'm in Hillbilly Heaven and I didn't have to die to get there.

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2001 Hilltopper Music Group

Why Don't You Leave Us Alone

The Nearest Thing to Heaven (Is You)

Each Moment (Spent with You)

You Can't Pick a Rose In December

Forever Gone

King of the Blues

Talk Back Trembling Lips

The DJ Cried


This Collector's Edition of "Ernie Ashworth The Early Years" CD is compiled of 30 songs recorded between 1955-1965, including the million selling song, "Talk Back Trembling' Lips". This CD is a must have for any collector of traditional, real country music. You can own this great CD and an autographed color 8x10 photo of Ernie for only
$15  U.S.
$17.50 overseas

Send Postal Money Order to:
Early Years CD
P.O. Box 147
Hartsville, TN 37074

Find More CDs
Amazon: Ernie Ashworth CDs

Official Ernie Ashworth Site

Ernie Ashworth on Mp3

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