LALLIE BRIDGES

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Lallie Bridges, born Lallie Kirkpatrick, is the daughter of musicians Dan Kirkpatrick aka Bill McCall and Dianne Whiles, co-writer of the 1970s hit song, “Country Sunshine” recorded by Dottie West. The song was featured on a Coca-Cola commercial and filed with the Library of Congress. Her aunt, Sally Niner, is a gospel writer who has written songs published by the Gathers.

Lallie delivers a flawless performance in true classic country fashion. She is a dynamic entertainer who has performed in Branson, Missouri for several years in her show, Country Sunshine. Most impressive is how Lallie manages to maintain integrity of the traditional sound and style of classic country music.