Ralph Emery, a beloved radio and tv host who lined the nation music business, died Saturday. He was 88 years previous.
Referred to as the “Dean of County Music Broadcasters,” Emery interviewed stars like Neil Younger and Johnny Money, in addition to former president Invoice Clinton, throughout his historic profession. His son advised the Related Press he died of pure causes after a week-long hospitalization in Nashville.
Nation Music Corridor of Fame CEO Kyle Younger launched an announcement Saturday commemorating Emery, who was inducted into the Corridor of Fame in 2007: “Ralph Emery allowed followers to get to know the