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Legend Jim Owen Writer of one of the GREATEST hits ever
"Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man"
Hall Of Fame
Songwriter Emmy Award Winning Star
"Best Traditional Country Music Show in America"
American News Journal
Dottie West called him a "legend", and Charlie Daniels simply
called him a "superstar. Hall of Fame Songwriter and
Man Behind the Music
Charlie Daniels once called Jim Owen country music's
least known superstar, and that may be true in some
cases, but he is certainly not unknown to ardent country
music fans all over the world. He is also well known in
Branson, Missouri, the Live entertainment capitol of the
Jim Owen calls himself "the luckiest man in the world,"
and he means it. "I love performing, and I love to make
people laugh," he says, and that's what he does at the Doug Gabriel Theatre in
Branson. The Jim Owen Show is a favorite of the
millions that come to Branson each year. People love
Jim's offbeat sense of humor and his from-the-heart
Celebrities attend the Jim Owen Show. Here is Jim Owen
with Gene Fullmer, Middleweight boxing champion of the
60's Jim is a great
songwriter, he's starred in movies and may be the best
pure entertainer in the business. The "Best Entertainer"
statement was underscored in 1985 and again in 1987 when
Jim was named "Las Vegas Entertainer of the Year." He
starred in "Legends in Concert" at the Imperial Palace
on the world-famous strip for six years, one of the
longest "runs" in Vegas history.
Jim Owen Honored in 5 Halls of Fame
on his tour in Holland 1980
Fans in Japan, Australia, and Hawaii, were treated
to the Jim Owen magic when he took his show on a
world tour. Jim has also toured Holland, Germany,
Belgium, and the British Isles, and was one of the
first country singers to appear at the renowned Glasgow Music
A lot of
his fans know and love him for his portrayals of Hank
Williams Sr, in two television movies, and he always
includes a tribute to the "King of Country" in his show.
on his tour in Holland with Gerard De Vries
(c) 2007 Country
Gazette Magazine March Edition 2007 The Netherlands
One of Jim Owen's
passions is collecting and restoring vintage
Jim's Classic car
The Red Mustang
Jim is also an ardent
golfer and is involved in many golfing activities
locally and nationally.
Jim won the Branson Putting Championship in 2002
defeating Buck Trent. Jim own two sets of rare Tommy
Armout golf clubs.
Joyce Ramgatie/Jim Owen
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