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  • Bossier City

    Bossier City, Louisianna

  • Lancaster PA

    American Music Theatre

  • Arlington, TX.

    Arlington Music Hall

  • Crockett

    Crockett Civic Center

  • Branson, MO

    The Welk Resort Theatre

  • Shipshawana, IN

    Blue Gate Theater

Official Charley Pride Website

Welcome to the official Charley Pride website where you will find information about Charley and the band, Charley's history, discography, tour dates and more. The Fan Club Breakfast will take place at the Inn at Opryland, 2401 Music Valley Drive, Nashville, TN 37214, Tel. 615-889-0800, Thursday, June 8, from 8 a.m. until Noon. The prices for this event: $33 - for adults, $17- children. Please contact Estella Moreno at 214-350-8477, Ext 4 directly.


About Charley

Born to poor sharecroppers, one of eleven children in Sledge, Mississippi, Pride is a timeless everyman, revered by his musical peers and adored by countless millions of fans around the globe. His golden baritone voice has transcended race and spanned the generations.

Charley Pride unofficially started his music career in the late 1950s as a ballplayer with the Negro American League's Memphis Red Sox singing and playing guitar on the team bus between ballparks. Self-taught on a guitar bought at the age 14 from Sears Roebuck, Pride would join various bands' onstage as he and the team roved the country.

After a tryout with the New York Mets, Pride decided to return to his Montana home via Nashville. It was there he met Jack Johnson, who upon hearing the singer perform, sent him on his way with the promise of a management contract and a newly forged relationship that would last for over a decade.

A year later, Pride returned to the Music City and was introduced to producer, Jack Clement, who gave him several songs to learn. When Clement heard Pride's renditions, he immediately asked the fledgling singer if he could cut two songs in two hours. Pride agreed, and "The Snakes Crawl at Night" and "Atlantic Coastal Line" were recorded.

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