Rockabillytennessee.com has had high hopes for years and a half that an International Rockabilly Hall of Fame would become a reality here in Jackson Tennessee. We are excited to say that the possibility is coming closer.
We thank all those involved in since the #Rockabillyfest which started in 2000 bringing us a few steps closer, we keep going.
Meet our top leaders…
Steve Bowers The Man at the Wheels
Steve Bowers was born in Alabama but at an early age(8) his family moved to California where he attended Ralph Waldo Emerson Elementary. Three years was enough for his father who missed his Alabama roots so the family came home. Steve worked in his father’s service station and his grandparents diner. While in Austin High in Decatur Steve was a singer in a rock n roll band (Clansmen) 1966-1967 and started in broadcasting working at a local station. Then in 1967 his life took a turn he became a lay minister in the Church of Christ , at school he was elected Class President ( Class of ‘68.)
Receiving degrees from Freed Hardeman and Harding College Steve began his ministry in rural West Tennessee.
Soon, his life took another turn, he left the ministry and went into broadcasting full time. Steve worked in every format from country to rock, that was until Talk Radio a format meant for Steve. Steve joined the staff of WNWS 101.5 as morning co-host of Daybreak and the afternoon PrimeTime Drive where he has developed a loyal following.
After almost five decades of life and more than one marriage, Steve has come into his own. Along with radio, he does public speaking on a variety of subjects for groups all over West Tennessee, is a partner in rockabillytennessee.com (Web Site) and Rockabilly Tennessee Records.
Every chance he gets, he spends time with his two daughters Krisinda and Jessica, who live with their Mom, but love their time with Dad. These young ladies are the subject of several of Steve’s poems. Steve’s first book, HE SAID SHE SAID, co-authored with d n english, came out last August. Steve recently wed his true love, Pam, in December. They reside in Jackson Tennesseee.
D N English is an owner of rockabillytennessee.com, Rockabilly Tennessee Records and Main Street Publishing. d has written several books of poetry and has a new southern mystery, No Clue. She is also a freelance writer for The City News and The Jackson Sun. Born in rural West Tennessee (Brownsville, Tn) d is a lover and supporter of Rockabilly/Blues.
While having degrees in Arts and Communications she has a practical side as well. For the past twenty years she has worked for a friend as office manager for his equipment dealership and owns her own Private Investigating Company
( A’ Mata Hari and Hari Investigations ).
d n resides in Jackson Tennessee with her husband Professor Danny Winbush.
D is a member of the American Poets Society, Sisters in Crime, and Mystery Writers of America.
Annette W. Galloway is an editor for Main Street Publishing and webmaster of MSP.com, RBT.com.
She is the mother of two wonderful boys, Cameron 10 and Donovan 5. Annette has been married to soulmate and partner for nearly
14 years, Jere Galloway. She enjoys traveling, concerts, reading, biking and playing video/computer games with her boys.
Annette was born in Denton, Texas but grew up in West Tennessee. Like d and Steve, she feels that Rockabilly Tennessee is a reflection of West Tennessee’s rock and roll heritage. She welcomes any comments or suggestions about our site, along with any news items or links.
Contact Annette at: firstname.lastname@example.org