Sunday, December 17, 2006

Barnyard Opry December 16 Performance Part 1

The Country Sound Band had a special Christmas music show on the 16. The Dobbs sisters, Steve Douglus, Mary Clark Joyner and Brian Joyner also performed for a very entertaining and inspirational evening of music. There were a lot of photos posted so two posts were used. Reminder.... To make photos larger just click on photo!

Barnyard Opry December 16 Performance Part 2

Monday, December 11, 2006

Jesus Christ the savior is born!

May Love and Peace be with you
during this
Holy Season!

Sunday, December 3, 2006

December 2 Performance

Jon Durham raised in North Carolina entertained
with his own songs......

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Barry sang some really funny parodies....

The Country Sound Band was on its game and
Ralph had his funny jokes as usual!

Monday, November 20, 2006

Barnyard Opry November 18 Performance

Tommy White of the Travelers

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Monday, November 6, 2006

Barnyard Opry November 4 Performance

Steve and Rodney Joyner

Monday, October 23, 2006

Barnyard Opry October 21 Performance

Special guests for the October 21 performance were Candy Lee and Camea Dobbs........

Monday, October 16, 2006

Next Performance October 21

Next Performance Saturday October 21 at 7PM

Monday, October 9, 2006

Barnyard Opry October 7 Performance

Barnyard Opry welcomed and entertained 183 visitors tonight. The audience was treated to the musical guest talent of the MUSIC BARN BAND of Polkville. The group’s diverse program provided something for everybody. Arvis and Ray’s nonsensical tunes about how one couple’s relationship was rooted in their mutual fondness for snuff dippin’ and another’s, due to one partner’s snoring that resulted in their night time communication being carried out by bumpin’ on the wall from separate rooms, left the audience with knee slappin’ laughter. Jay and Lloyd and Floyd provided nostalgic moments with their renditions of such songs as All the Wagon Tracks Around the Church are Gone , Sing Me Back Home, and Cattle Call.

The Opry band, Country Sound, led off the show with Silver Threads and Golden Needles and a prayer of thanks for the blessing of the gathering and fellowship. Local guest artist, Mike Hendrick, joined the band with some of Marty Robbins’ great hits, including El Paso and White Sport Coat. Band member solos included Rodney’s train medley, Ron, Bobby, Martin’s renditions of Key Largo, This is Where the Cowboy Rides Away, Midnight Holler, and Steve (trying to prove he can still aggravate his Mom, Miss Barbara, just the way he probably did when he was a teenager) belted out Rednecks, White Socks, and Blue Ribbon Beer. The visitors, knowing Miss Barbara for the dignified lady she is, always get a good laugh out of Steve’s nonsense. Throughout it all, Dustin, always upbeat on drums, and Ralph, with his endless tales about Boudreaux’s shenanigans, kept us clapping, toe tapping, humming and laughing. And they’ll do it all again first and third
Saturdays. YA’LL COME !

Monday, October 2, 2006

Brandon 175 year anniversary prayer breakfast

Brandon, Mississippi celebrated their 175 year anniversary with a prayer breakfast at the Brandon Baptist Church on Saturday, Sept. 30. Over 5oo people attended.

The Barnyard Opry will have their next performance this Saturday (October 7) at 7:00 pm

Monday, September 18, 2006

September 16 Performance

The special guest performers for the September 16 performance was The Travelers Gospel Group.

Also assisting the Country Sound Band was C.D. Hagan on the drums and also with the clarinet. His son and daughter-in-law Jeff and Penny Hagan were also on the program accompanying Steve Joyner in the Ring of fire.

Tuesday, September 12, 2006

Next performance Saturday September 16

The Barnyard Opry will have their next show on Saturday, September 16 at 7 PM......
The Band members are as follows:
Rodney Joyner, rhythm guitar
Ralph Brewer, MC
Ron Sennett, piano
Bobby Ray, steel guitar
Dustin White, drums
Steve Joyner, bass guitar
Martin White, lead guitar

Tuesday, September 5, 2006

September 2 performance

The Barnyard Opry had their first Saturday performance on a beautiful late summer evening on September 2. The show started with none other than Elvis (Billy Cooper) performing some of the King’s greatest hits such as “She’s a devil in disguise” and passing out scarves and kissing the ladies in the audience. The Country Sound Band then performed. We all missed Bobby Ray who was at a national steel guitar convention in St. Louis. Larry Reynolds was the guest vocalist and sang, “Don’t close your eyes” among others. Ron Sennett did, “Take me home country roads.” Martin White did, “Don’t take her she’s all I got.” Steve Joyner did, “King of Road” and “Lean mean lady trucker.” Rodney did “She thinks I still care.” Ralph Brewer outdid himself with his ‘band-aid Boudreau’ and ‘not blond but brown haired woman’ jokes. Rodney closed the evening with a few lines of "Jesus paid it all" after Ralph had told about the importance of telling others about the free offer of eternal life that is available to everyone who places their faith in Jesus Christ. For photo’s scroll down…..

Saturday, September 2, 2006

Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Next performance Saturday September 2

The Barnyard Opry will have their next show on Saturday, September 2 at 7 PM......

The Band members are as follows:
Rodney Joyner, rhythm guitar
Ralph Brewer, MC
Ron Sennett, piano
Bobby Ray, steel guitar
Dustin White, drums
Steve Joyner, bass guitar
Martin White, lead guitar

Sunday, August 20, 2006

August 19, 2006 performance

Above.... Murray Stewart, guitar & Wilson Karges, dobro The Down Home Band
Above.....Ed Hollingsworth, Bass guitar & David McCoy, banjo The Down Home Band
Above.... Steve Douglus from New Zealand