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2, 2015 file photo, Carrie Underwood performs during the funeral service for Little Jimmy Dickens in the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, Tenn.
-- Little Jimmy Dickens, a diminutive singer-songwriter known for his sense of humor and as the oldest cast member of the Grand Ole Opry, has died.
Headliner Trace Adkins and Little Jimmy Dickens, the 4ft 11in, 93–year–old member of the Grand Ole Opry, both got a huge response but, for us – as fans of the Nashville TV series – the biggest thrill was the appearance of Clare Bowen (Scarlett O'Connor in the series).
Scott McClanahan: I always thought Little Jimmy Dickens broke up my first marriage.
Cynthia Halliwell Wigan A THIS early 70s hit for US country star Little Jimmy Dickens went...
"Little Jimmy Dickens, Jean Shepherd, Porter Wagoner ...
They sent samples of their work to a Nashville publishing house and a song calledCountry Boy was accepted and given to Little Jimmy Dickens. The song reached number seven in the country charts in 1949.
Exhibits honor the legendary Patsy Cline, Marty Robbins, Tex Ritter, Roy Acuff, Minnie Pearl, Little Jimmy Dickens, George Jones and Jim Reeves.
MEMORIES Mick Flavin with Little Jimmy Dickens and George IV and performing on stage at The Grand Ole Opre during his recent Nashville visit
But, best of all, I was thrilled when a friend of Dad's, Little Jimmy Dickens, walked on stage.
COUNTRY music fans will have the opportunity early next year to enjoy a cruise with four members of the Grand Ole Opry when Bill Anderson, Little Jimmy Dickens, Lorrie Morgan, and Riders In The Sky set sail on the Grand Ole Opry Cruise from January 21-28, 2007.
The Academy of Country Music announced four winners of its Pioneer award - veteran Grand Ole Opry star Little Jimmy Dickens, singer-songwriter Kris Kristofferson, banjo legend Earl Scruggs and the late bluegrass music pioneer Bill Monroe.