She likens it to finding what you want in a kitchen drawer full of clutter. It made her more critical of herself, but also made it easier for therapists to work with her. That Morris had so much talent made her stroke devastating for both her and her husband, according to Williamson. There is no cure. But, along with keeping her ear, Williamson said, she also believes Morris kept the spunkiness that made her so successful in bluegrass.
Back in Winchester, Wilborn and Morris have been rehearsing for the show, Wilborn on his bass and Morris on guitar. The other members of the band, including Wilborn, have been working with other bands that are also booked for the festival. Edit Close. Toggle navigation. By Jessica Wiant — jwiant nvdaily. Most Popular. Articles Images Videos Commented Articles Sheetz to open in Front Royal on Thursday Shenandoah County teachers speak of their fear of in-person classes Stanley reflects on 25 years with county Digs Landing murder case certified to grand jury Guns taken in 1st local case involving Virginia's new 'red flag' law Fort Valley man faces sexual assault charges Strasburg festival wins Virginia Main Street Merit Award Edinburg man faces charges on sexual crimes with a minor Teenager dies in Route crash Shenandoah County Public Schools start date pushed back.
The song was recorded at Studios in Sydney,  produced by Richard Clapton ,  and peaked in the Top The success of the single led to Clapton and the band returning to Studios between July and August to create an album.
In October , their second album Underneath the Colours was released and became a hit in Australia peaking at No. Soon after recording sessions had finished, band members started work on outside projects. It was his first solo single and was released by WEA in early Band manager, Murphy, became convinced their future no longer lay with Deluxe Records.
Woods was passionate about the band and brought key music people along to their gigs. He encouraged RCA to sign them worldwide because Murphy had played him some demos. Deluxe had been unable to attract international interest, and decided to record a new song, " The One Thing " at their own expense, with Mark Opitz at Paradise Studios. Murphy and the band were not entirely convinced that Opitz could produce an entire album that would attract international interest, so prior to recording their third album Pengilly, Hutchence and Andrew Farriss visited the UK and USA, with a view to selecting a suitable producer, only to find that no one they wanted was available and that most people advised them that Opitz's work on their single was as good as they could wish for.
In mid, they began recording at Rhinoceros Studios, with Opitz. INXS started out as a new wave act, but gradually moved in a more straight-ahead rock-oriented direction through the first half of the s. The album The Swing , released in April ,  received significant attention from around the world, as "Original Sin" became the band's first No. By December , The Swing had gone double platinum , making it one of the five biggest domestic albums in the history of Australian music at the time.
Andrew produced a demo tape of a funk song he had been working on called "Funk Song No. The band performed five songs for the July Oz for Africa concert, in conjunction with the Live Aid benefit.
Listen Like Thieves was released in October  to critical approval,  reaching No. With the release of Listen Like Thieves , the band developed a rock sound influenced by Led Zeppelin and XTC while remaining true to the band's original roots in Aussie pubs. It was also the first album to feature songs written by a combination of band members, with Andrew Farris and Hutchence becoming the primary songwriters in the years to follow.
The single was also a top 20 hit in Canada and reached No. The band then took a two-month break, with Andrew Farriss writing and producing "You're Gonna Get Hurt" for Jenny Morris who had previously been a backing vocalist with the band ,  and Hutchence featuring in Richard Lowenstein 's second feature film Dogs in Space.
Whilst a song from the movie, "Rooms for the Memory", written by Ollie Olsen , with vocals by Hutchence  charted, the movie was received well by critics but was not a commercial success. Beginning in May , the band performed 32 European shows including support for Queen at their Live at Wembley '86 concert on 12 July , 42 U.
Despite Atlantic's protests, Kick was released in October and provided the band with worldwide popularity. The album peaked at No. The rest of the band also took a break to work on side projects, but soon returned to the studio to record their follow-up album to Kick.
This concert was the band's most well-attended show of all time; according to a article by Paul Donoughue of ABC. Welcome to Wherever You Are , produced by Mark Opitz and released in August ,  was an experimental album using sitars and a piece orchestra while adding a more "raw" sound. It received good critical reviews and went No. The band made a full video album for the record using unknown Australian students to direct with help from Richard Lowenstein.
The band took time off to rest and be with their families, while Hutchence remained in the public eye through modelling and film acting. In , the group released a comeback album titled Elegantly Wasted , which garnered mixed reviews. It fared respectably in Australia No.
After Hutchence's death, INXS did not perform publicly for almost a year, and then only made a few one-off performances with different guest singers until INXS returned to the news in when it was announced that a new reality television program titled Rock Star: INXS would feature a contest to find a new lead vocalist for the band.
On 20 September , J. The single reached No. It peaked at No. The band's new line-up started a world tour in support of Switch in January Fortune clarified his claim that he had been fired at an airport. When the rest of the tour was cancelled and the band did not return his calls for 10 months, he believed he was out of the band. Fortune would be vocalist for the performance at the Winter Olympics, but that it would be a one-off performance; the band added that a vocalist for the subsequent world tour had yet to be announced.
Fortune and Argentine singer Deborah de Corral. Fortune in July just before the Broome concert, Pengilly confirmed that Fortune had returned as the band's permanent singer. Fortune, would tour as part of the A Day on the Green winery concerts in February.
The band recorded an album in memory of Michael Hutchence titled Original Sin. Released in November , the album featured well-known singers from Australia and around the world, including Ben Harper , Patrick Monahan , and Rob Thomas. INXS toured extensively throughout with singer J. Fortune to support the album Original Sin.
The band released a demo of a song, called "Tiny Summer" in streaming format on their official website in September , along with news that J. Fortune had left the band again and that Northern Irish singer-songwriter Ciaran Gribbin would be the band's frontman for their forthcoming tour of Australia, South America and Europe in November and December Kirk Pengilly stated that it was appropriate to finish where they had started 35 years earlier.
During the interview, Jon Farriss made the statement, "Never say never" regarding the possibility that the band could record and perform more music in the future. Band member Tim Farriss was a pre-production consultant on the show. The miniseries commenced production at the end of June and premiered on 9 February ; the finale aired the following Sunday night 16 February The miniseries rated very highly for both nights and created a renewed interest in the band, which translated to a resurgence in sales of their music that brought them once again to the number one position on the Australian popular music charts.
In , a documentary film was released about Michael Hutchence titled Mystify. A soundtrack was also released featuring INXS tracks. Countdown was an Australian pop music TV series on national broadcaster ABC-TV from —, it presented music awards from —, initially in conjunction with magazine TV Week but then independently. Three decades ago the world of bluegrass bands, especially bandleaders, was firmly dominated by the male gender.
There are a few women who opened the path for others to follow, and Lynn Morris was, and still is, one of those talented, determined trailblazers. Singer, bandleader, and musician, Morris grew up in the little rural town of Lamesa, TX. She wasn't into bluegrass at first, but she loved music, and early on became a guitar player. In college she found bluegrass music -- or maybe it found her. Learn more. Add event View all events. Add image. Don't want to see ads?
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Play track. Saturday 8 February Sunday 9 February Tuesday 11 February Wednesday 12 February Thursday 13 February Friday 14 February Saturday 15 February Sunday 16 February Monday 17 February Tuesday 18 February Wednesday 19 February Thursday 20 February Friday 21 February Saturday 22 February Sunday 23 February Monday 24 February Tuesday 25 February Wednesday 26 February Thursday 27 February Friday 28 February Saturday 29 February Sunday 1 March Monday 2 March Tuesday 3 MarchLynn Morris made her debut in the writing world as half of the father-daughter team who created the bestselling CHENEY DUVALL, M.D. series. Her first solo novel was The Balcony, and her next, Red And Lowering Sky. Lynn and her daughter live near her parents in Gulf Shores, Alabama.