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... Wade performed at the 12th annual Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame Concert and Induction Ceremony in Muskogee on October 8th. Chick Rains, his friend and co-writer, was one of the inductees for this year. Chick and Wade co-wrote two number one hits, Old Enough to Know Better and I’m Still Dancin’ With You. They also wrote It's Gonna Take a Miracle, My Side of Town, Where Do I Go to Start All Over and others that were recorded by Wade. Chick, as well as writing with and for Wade, had many songs recorded by other artists ... Lonestar, Lari White, Michael Martin Murphy, Eddy Arnold, the Oak Ridge Boys, Johnny Lee, Reba McEntire ... and on and on. Chick is well worthy of this induction.
Picture courtesy of “Muskogee Phoenix”
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Music and Motors
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... recorded by Eddy Arnold, Oak Ridge Boys, Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, George Jones, Roy Clark, Micky Gilly, Johnny Lee, Janie Fricke, Laurie White, Lone Star, Gary Morris, Michael Martin Murphy, Reba McEntire and Holly Dunn. will perform at the induction of Chick Rains into the Oklahoma Country Music Hall of Fame. The ceremony will be held at the Hall of Fame Center in Muskogee, Oklahoma on October 8, 2008. Wade and Chick co-wrote two number one singles, "I'm Still Dancin' with You" and "Old Enough to Know Better." Chick also wrote number ones
~ excerpted from Tulsa World Online, 8/7/2008, by Jennifer Chancellor, World Scene Writer
... held on Percy Priest Lake in Nashville. Though they didn’t bag the big catch in the tournament, the preparation days on the lake yielded some excitement. Wade caught a whopper of a small mouth bass - no trophy though - it was “catch and release.” partnered with pro basser, , in the first annual Porter Wagoner Memorial Artists & Anglers Fishing Tournament
Wade brought his own coffee and more importantly to the listeners, he brought two new songs to be played. “Good Day to Go Crazy,” the first one, is a lively romp about ditching the job to enjoy a great day. His second new song was one he’d written for his parents, who recently celebrated their 41st anniversary, “The Best Part.” The strong line in this plea to work on maintaining an important relationship is, “If you only want the good times, you’re going to miss the ‘best .
Cody commented that one of the things he liked about Wade was his distinctive sound - “Nobody else sounds like Wade Hayes.” On air comments ranged from baseball to fishing to talk of Wade’s first entry into the business as a recording artist.
In the beginning, the young man from Oklahoma who’d never been on an airplane, was thrust into jetting the country to play his music for radio stations. Wade said he and the two friends who traveled with him and performed acoustically were universally well received by radio - a good introduction to the music business. He is currently writing and working on his next project.
Wade mentioned the Nashville Navy show which will be held the next day at 3rd and Lindsley. He also said that he will participate in the first Porter Wagoner Memorial Artists & Anglers Fishing Tournament. The money raised throughout the day will be donated in Porter's name to the Opry Trust Fund.