Winston-Salem native George Hamilton IV has performed around the world for nearly fifty years. He was on his way to becoming a pop star but gave it up for his real love, country music. He is a member of the Grand Old Opry in Nashville and has received many music awards.
Lib Hatcher discovered Randy Travis at her Charlotte nightclub. The stunning success that he has enjoyed as a breakout musician over the past two years owes much to Lib managing his career for over a decade.
Hugh Johnson, an ECU alum, brought the big names to Minges for concerts in the 1970’s and 80’s. Now, he has been working for Vince Gill since 1989. He is on the road a lot, but enjoys the family feeling from the group he works with.
Country singer George Hamilton IV, a Winston-Salem native, is regarded as the international ambassador of country music. In this article, Hamilton discusses how his career evolved while traveling and performing outside the United States.