Darrell Glover

Keyboards, Guitar Founder of Lampco Records

Born: April 2, 1955 Florence, AL

Lived in Lexington, AL

Source: Alabama Music Hall of Fame




Darrell Glover

Lexington Alabama Music Publishing

3596 County Road 136

Lexington, AL 35648

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LampCo Recording Artists:

Bo Linville, David Castle, Leonard Johnson, Anthony Nettles, Josh Gaddy, Dusty Merriman, Ron Sentipal, Elizabeth Zumpano, Danielle Reinhart, Morton Lohnes, Toby Waters, Christy Prance Hardy, Billy Lynn Barr, Ken Alford, Don Crouse, Nancy Ritchie, Charles Baker, Glen Click, Brian Bohman, Kevin Edwards, Ron Avery, Rik Mallin, Tom Peterson, Dan Hackman, Ray Wix, Floyd Brewer,  Scott Tait, Don Crouse, Tonya Leigh, Wayne Pulcini, Jeff Gates, Charlie Quick, Joe Osgood, Chris Hawkins, Linda Ruberg, Mark Terry, Hershel Butts, Dave Mayne, Sharon Borden, Joel D. McKissack, Mike Lusk, Stephen Wallace, Ronnie Hunter, Michael J. Osipoff, Randy Fowler, Mark Narmore, Gary Springer, Barry Beavers, Johnny Messer, Daryel Hooie, Kimberley Glover, Widow Maker, Liz Tanner McClain, APUL, John Ezell, and Dave O'Connor.



Music Documentaries Premiered and Talent Expo 2007 Held at Alabama Music Hall of Fame!

“Kim’s World of Talent” and “Jesus Christ Fan Club” radio and television show hosts Kimberley and Darrell Glover have been hard at work for weeks conducting interviews, filming footage, organizing material, memorabilia, and collectibles for use in two documentaries that will be presented on Saturday April 28th at the Alabama Music Hall of Fame in Tuscumbia, Alabama in conjunction with the Talent Expo 2007.  Kimberley is a cousin to the late Gordon Terry who passed away on April 9, 2006 and she wanted to do something special in memory of him.

Gordon was a Lawrence county, Alabama native who was one of Country Music’s most proficient musicians.  He was a singer/songwriter who recorded for several major record labels and had hits with “Wild Honey” and “Johnson’s Old Gray Mule”.  He co-starred on shows with such stars as Elvis, Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, Ray Price, Bill Monroe, and Lefty Frizzily, just to name a few.  He was an actor on TV and in Western movies.  For years he owned and operated Terry Town amusement complex in Loretto, Tennessee.  Kimberley was just a child during the Terry Town years, 1963-65, and did not have a lot of memorabilia or knowledge about Terry Town and since that was such an important part of his life, she didn’t want it left out of the documentary.

God really blessed her with so many new friends who participated in that era and shared their pictures and information.  The late Barbara Turner, 10-27-1940 to 3-09-2007, of Liberty Grove, Tennessee, was an avid Gordon Terry fan.  She was a member of his fan club and missed only one show at Terry Town.  Her mother, Edna Ferrell, invited the Glovers over to see Barbara’s extensive Gordon Terry memorabilia  collection and gave them several pieces of Barbara’s Terry Town memorabilia to display at the event.  Barbara Turner will also be honored for her part in helping with the documentary.  Also, Peggy Littrell Pettus of Loretto, Tennessee, and the members of the Loretto Lioness Lions Club shared with the Glover’s many of the artifacts collected by the Lioness Club, who sponsored the Terry Town Reunion Dances held in the 1990's.

Participants who attend the Talent Expo event can watch the documentary then tour the Alabama Music Hall of Fame as the event is a fund raiser for the museum. One of Gordon’s signed fiddles, pictures and his star in the walk of fame is on display inside the Museum. Everyone is invited to attend.

The Glover’s friend and mentor, James Joiner also passed away on July 21, 2006 and a documentary which celebrates his life story will be premiered, as well as a couple of Kimberley’s music videos.  Everyone is invited to attend. Contestants are being accepted for the Talent Expo 2007.  If you can sing, play an instrument, dance, act, model, or do comedy, you are invited to enter.  Thousands of dollars in awards and prizes will be presented to the contestants.  For more information or an entry form, call (256)-229-8814.

Source: http://kimberleyglover.com/Music%20Documentaries.htm







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