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‘Country Boy Eddie’ Dies: Alabama TV Star Who Gave Dolly Parton, Tammy Wynette A Chance Was 92

Gordon Edwards Burns, an Alabama TV personality nicknamed “Country Boy Eddie” who was an early supporter of Dolly Parton, Tammy Wynette, Emmy Lou Harris and other budding country superstars, has died at 92. His family confirmed his death but did not provide a cause, saying merely that he died “peacefully at his home” in Warrior, Alabama.
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Gordon Burns, TV and radio star from Alabama nicknamed 'Country Boy Eddie', passes at age 92
Gordon Edwards Burns, a legendary TV personality from Alabama nicknamed 'Country Boy Eddie' who gave future superstars Dolly Parton and Tammy Wynette a platform early in their careers, has passed at age 92.His family announced his death in a statement obtained by WBRC, revealing the star died 'peacefully at his home'.A singer and musician, Burns achieved success as the long-time host of The Country Boy Eddie Show with Country Boy Eddie, where he featured a slew of artists including Emmy Lou Harris, Parton and Wynette.   Gordon Edwards Burns, a legendary TV personality from Alabama nicknamed 'Country Boy Eddie' who gave Tammy Wynette a platform early in her career, has passed at age 92He began hosting the show in 1957 before eventually stepping down to retire in 1993.'This morning, Country Boy Eddy passed away peacefully at his home in Warrior,' his family said in their statement.'He was a trailblazer for both the Alabama music and television scenes, and his contributions will continue to live on.'The Burns family would like to extend our sincere gratitude to the viewers, fans, musicians, and everyone else who made his life so special. A singer and musician, Burns achieved success as the long-time host of The Country Boy Eddie Show with Country Boy Eddie, where he featured a slew of artists including Parton and WynetteBurns started hosting the show when he was 27 years old, and referred to the program as the 'best part' of his life.'That show was the best part of my life,' he told the Times Daily in 2012.
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Jessica Chastain cuts casual chic figure in brown jacket and matching slacks out in NYC
Jessica Chastain looked ready for a night on the town as she walked through the streets of New York City on Sunday. The 45-year-old actress - who was seen on another stylish outing earlier this week - donned a light brown jacket and matching slacks over a long black turtleneck. She added shiny black shoes to the ensemble, and her red locks were parted in the middle, framing the sides of her pale face.  Night out: Jessica Chastain looked ready for a night on the town as she walked through the streets of New York City on SundayThe Molly's Game actress painted her lips a light pink, and she flashed a huge grin while relaxing on the city street.  Chastain's appearance out came after she admitted that singing in George & Tammy was a scary experience.George & Tammy tells the story of 'the romance between famed country musicians George Jones and Tammy Wynette,' according to the film's IMDb page. Lots of brown: The 45-year-old actress donned a light brown jacket and matching slacks over a long black turtleneck Scary: Chastain's appearance out came after she admitted that singing in George & Tammy was a scary experience Famous duo: George & Tammy tells the story of 'the romance between famed country musicians George Jones and Tammy Wynette,' according to the film's IMDb pageChastain said performing Stand by Your Man was more intimidating than any of the other songs she performed.'That song is something that you hear over and over again and it’s so entrenched in the history of country music,' she said in an interview with Yahoo Entertainment.
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Jessica Chastain stuns in an eye-catching vibrant green gown at the George & Tammy premiere in LA
Jessica Chastain made a show-stopping appearance in a vibrant green dress and wowed at the George & Tammy premiere in Los Angeles earlier Monday evening. The Oscar-winning actress, 45, opted for a pop of color as she stepped onto the glamorous red carpet along with her fellow cast members and other celebrities. The Showtime limited series, which originally was set to be a film, follows the country music careers and relationship of icons Tammy Wynette, played by Chastain, and George Jones, portrayed by Michael Shannon.  Wow! Jessica Chastain, 45, donned an eye-catching ensemble as she attended the George & Tammy premiere in Los Angeles earlier Monday evening The Eyes Of Tammy Faye actress made a fashion statement by wearing a backless, lime green dress with a draped cowl top.  The gown was held up with a thin halter straps that were tied at the back of her neck, while the soft, flowy material fell down towards the ground. The stylish ensemble showcased her fit figure as she cheerfully posed for an assortment of photos once she arrived at the grand premiere taking place at Goya Studios. Jessica pulled back her long locks into a low ponytail, allowing her hair to cascade behind her.  Elegant: The talented actress donned a lime green dress that was secured with thin halter straps behind her at the base of her neck  Big role: The beauty took on the role of country music icon, Tammy Wynette, in the upcoming Showtime limited series, which airs on the network on December 4  Star-studded cast: Jessica and George were seen in the shoes of their characters of Tammy and George in the six-part, limited Showtime series The Zero Dark Thirty star kept her accessories minimalistic for the event, and chose to only add a pair of gold,
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