Home » Tributes
Category Archives: Tributes
CMT honors the late great Country Music Legend Merle Ronald Haggard (April 6, 1937 – April 6, 2016) R.I.P – This tribute has been embedded and added to our WETv lineup for your convenience hope you sit back and enjoy a country legend we will never forget.
Joey+Rory: Joey Martin Feek memorial video – WETv
Rory Feek’s title for Joey’s memorial blog is “Dust to dust.” It’s SO PRECIOUS; I hope you all will go there and read what he shared and see the precious photos he posted. Rory said, “And when my time was through and I thought I couldn’t cry anymore tears… they played a video celebrating Joey’s life that our friends Daniel and Gabe made. And my tears were replaced by smiles and laughter and joy and more tears. It was so beautiful, set to the song “After You’re Gone” by Iris Dement. . .a song that Joey loved and requested be played at her service.” Let’s please continue to remember Rory, and the rest of Joey’s family, in our prayers. I cannot fathom the pain Joey’s parents feel as this is the second child they’ve had to bury. And Rory, bless his precious heart, must suffer so much at this loss.
Elvis and Priscilla : He Stopped Loving Her Today WETv
Jackie Love Posted: I have heard this song since I was a little girl, but a couple days ago as I was driving it came on the radio and as I was listening I thought of Elvis and how he loved Priscilla, but he stopped loving her when he passed. So I came home and made this video. PLEASE let me know what you think of it, be honest..so you Love it or Hate it, i can take the truth. We Here at WETv thought as we all love George Jones we may enjoy viewing this video too even though the quality of the video is not great, its more about the song the man and the woman.
Nashville Flood 2010 – WET TV
Historic flooding occurred in Middle Tennessee the first weekend of May, 2010. Two consecutive days of record breaking daily rainfall totals caused creeks, streams and the Cumberland river to overflow banks. Estimates are in the multi-billions of dollars in damages. Nashville institutions such as the Grand Ole Opry, Opryland Hotel, Country Music Hall of Fame have been affected, not to mention the many neighborhoods where residents would never have expected flooding. The footage was shot Tuesday, May 4th, one day after the Cumberland crested. Canon 5d2 cameras and Canon L lenses. Memorable quotes were used from different Nashville writers, officials and national news reporters – Ben De Rienzo