Come visit Wynonna and her band at her place just outside Nashville, TN. Wy, her husband Cactus (the band leader and drummer) and her band perform classic country, classic Wynonna, and classic Judd songs. Wy & Cactus invite a couple of friends to join the concert to sing with Wy.
She told her story in the lyrics of her songs and was a voice for so many women who’s daily lives were a struggle to make ends meet. Her voice is distinctive, but it’s her words that make her relatable. Her lyrics were simple, straight forward and honest. She sang it like she saw it. Her song stories spoke to women – women whose lives weren’t always easy. Her songs mattered and they’ve stood the test of time.
HISTORY’S GREATEST MYSTERIES – “TITANIC: LOST EVIDENCE”: PREMIERED on HISTORY CHANNEL in 2020.
A two-hour episode co-produced with Texas Crew Productions revealing the never before seen archive of Lord Mersey, the head of the British Inquiry into the sinking of Titanic providing new evidence that could change what has been accepted about the tragedy for over 100 years.
“SECRETS OF THE DEAD: ABANDONING THE TITANIC” PREMIERED on PBS in 2020
An hour episode that reveals the identity of the “mystery ship” that watched Titanic sink without rendering aid to the 1500 who died. The documentary uses expert commentary, rare photographs and original CGI recreations to make its case.
In Pre-Production Coming to Reelz and world-wide release in 2021|The Road
An original one-hour episodic series on Country Music stars and their road trip to fame.
Iconic Women Of Country Premiered on PBS in 2020
Iconic Women of Country opens up country music’s vaults to provide an intimate look at iconic female country music artists, their stories and songs, and why they’ve stood the test of time.
Michael Kaeshammer: “Boogie On The Blues Highway” Premiered on PBS in 2020
A concert special spotlighting the fiery-fingered, captivating performance Michael has become known for around the world. Special guest include: Randy Bachman, Colin James & Curtis Salgado.
Premiered on PBS, BBC, and CBC in 2019|A PBS AMERICAN MASTERS: Charley Pride “I’m Just Me”
Pride’s story is a lesson in the ways that art and expression can triumph over prejudice and defeat injustice. Charley Pride: I’m Just Me, a 1-hour feature for the PBS American Masters series, will tell this remarkable solo journey amidst the racial complexities of country music.
In 1972 while taking the stage in New York City’s famed punk rock bar Max’s Kansas City, Waylon Jennings was greeted with a shout from the crowd, “who the hell are you?” His quick response would become a mantra for him, “I am Waylon God damn Jennings and this is country music.”
Premiered on PBS and worldwide in 2018| “When Patsy Cline Was Crazy”
Born Virginia Patterson Hensley in Winchester, Virginia, Patsy Cline defined modern country music by using her singular talent and heart‐wrenching emotional depth to break down barriers of gender, class and genre.