TERRY LYNE MOORE
Growing up in the rural central Illinois town of Robinson, Gary is no stranger to hard work and pride in a job well done. Playing a good traditional style of country music is what Gary does. Gary's high school music teacher gave Gary music and voice training in opera and movie musicals like "South Pacific". While she wanted Gary to study "Grand Old Opera", he was more inclined to study the "Grand Ole Opry".After high school Gary went to college at Eastern Illinois University in Charleston, Illinois. While there he played in several local bands and was the opening act for the Statler Brothers, Hank Williams, Jr., Stonewall Jackson, Waylon Jennings, and many other top country stars.
Gary obtained both undergraduate and graduate degrees in Religious Education. Gary also taught classes and was Dean of Academics for Bible Way Institute in Nashville. Gary obtained a Doctorate of Religious Education degree from Warren Robbins University.
Terry started singing back in Arkansas at 18 years old with the Three Creeks Band! Fun times! Since then she has opened for artists such as Diamond Rio, Patty Loveless, Brooks and Dunn and of course her all time favorite…BJ Thomas! She has traveled from Alaska to Florida…singing all along the way! Her local accomplishment is being the area Patsy Cline! She has been the celebrity in the Always Patsy Cline show at the Bastrop Opera House. You will see her at many of the Country Music Oprys around the central Texas area.
Dale Burke, singer/songwriter/musician began playing country music in an Iowa night club at age 15, and was mentored by older musicians. At 18 he began playing with a local top country band as a drummer/singer, and at age 21 while several of his band mates went on to play in Nashville with Whispering Bill Anderson, Leroy Van Dyke, Buck Owens and Jack Greene, Dale joined the Air Force, and mixed a music career with his military career. In 1972-74, he played with a top country band in Germany called the “Traveler’s”, opening shows for country artists Hank Thompson, Tommy Cash, Jeanie C. Riley, Dottie West and many others. Later, stationed in Austin in 1982, Dale played with a popular country group called Carolina of Texas as “Sonny Ray Steele”. Dale began writing Christian Country songs in 1987 and is now preparing to do Faith and Freedom Ministry Concerts featuring his original songs. Dale, a retired Senior Master Sergeant and teacher, ordained minister, Adult Education Career Counselor, and police Chaplain, continually contributes to making Bastrop a strong community and was the “2017 Man of the Year” for Bastrop.
Featuring the awesome talents of
THE FARM STREET OPRY BAND
Pedal Steel Guitar