It may sound crazy, but KNUE presents another "Country Legends Show," Saturday, June 15 at The Oil Palace in Tyler. Don't miss legends Lorrie Morgan and John Michael Montgomery with opening act Armadillo Road!

Lorrie Morgan  started her career when she was barely a teenager. Her father, George Morgan, was a member of the Grand Ole Opry, and Lorrie would join her Dad on the stage performing "Paper Roses."

Lorrie made history when she became a lifetime member of the Grand Ole Opry at the age of 25. Lorrie became the youngest person ever to become a member of the Grand Ole Opry.

Lorrie Morgan: 'Watch Me'

John Michael Montgomery, with his Kentucky-boy looks and smooth mellow voice, won some hearts in the '90s with hits including "I Swear," Life Is A Dance," "Sold," "Rope The Moon," "I Love The Way You Love Me," and "Letters From Home."

I know he won me over. KNUE played every one of his hits when the songs were just released. I should know, I was playing 'em. Let's just say JMM had me at "hello." Some of you may remember when JMM performed at The Oil Palace years ago. I was lucky enough to bring him onstage, and he gave me "high five," when he came on stage. (Do you think he'll remember me? NOT!)

John Michael Montgomery: 'I Can Love You Like That'

Anyway, don't miss the show, because it's gonna be awesome. Tickets available at the Oil Palace box office or OilPalace.com.

And keep it on KNUE for your chance to win tickets, front row tickets and back stage passes!