Ernest Tubb Midnight Jamboree Is Back!

The Ernest Tubb Midnight Jamboree will return this Saturday, June 6, just in time or the CMA Music Festival. The second longest running radio show in history takes to the Texas Troubadour Theatre in Nashville after a three month hiatus due to financial issues.

The live shows are free to attend every Saturday at 10pm and is broadcast on WSM 650 AM at midnight.

The TTT also hosts Cowboy Church each Sunday at 10am. They describe the service as an interdenominational, fast moving service featuring country artists and songwriters performing gospel music in conjunction with ministry.

Earlier this year Glenn Douglas Tubb helped from the Midnight Jamboree Association in hopes to preserve the Jamboree for years to come.

Upcoming guests include Buddy Jewell, Mel Tillis, Connie Smith and Stonewall Jackson. The Jamboree was established in 1947 by country legend and Grand Ole Opry member Ernest Tubb. The show returns just in time to celebrate it’s 68th anniversary along with the famous Ernest Tubb Records in downtown Nashville.

Visit etrecordshop for info on the Midnight Jamboree and Cowboy Church


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