Pride: A Tribute to Charley Pride

Pride: A Tribute to Charley Pride is an album by American country music singer Neal McCoy. It was released on September 24, 2013; the album is a tribute to Charley Pride, featuring covers of Pride's songs. Darius Rucker, Raul Malo, Trace Adkins are featured performers. "Is Anybody Goin' to San Antone" - 3:30 "I'm Just Me" - 2:57 featuring Raul Malo "Kiss an Angel Good Mornin'" - 3:06 featuring Darius Rucker "Kaw-Liga" - 3:54 "You're So Good When You're Bad" - 3:35 "It's Gonna Take a Little Bit Longer" - 2:47 "Roll On Mississippi" - 3:52 featuring Trace Adkins "Just Between You And Me" - 3:07 "Mountain of Love" - 3:15 "Someone Loves You Honey" - 3:03 "You're My Jamaica" - 4:13 Trace Adkins - vocals on "Roll On Mississippi" David Angell - violin Robert Bailey Jr. - background vocals J. T. Corenflos - electric guitar Dennis Crouch - upright bass Eric Darken - percussion David Davidson - violin Mark Douthit - baritone saxophone, tenor saxophone Jenee' Fleener - fiddle Paul Franklin - dobro, steel guitar Garth Fundis - horn arrangements, background vocals Barry Green - trombone Vicki Hampton - background vocals Wes Hightower - background vocals Anthony LaMarchina - cello Chris Leuzinger - electric slide guitar B.

James Lowry - acoustic guitar Raul Malo - vocals on "I'm Just Me" Neal McCoy - lead vocals Greg Morrow - drums, percussion Russ Pahl - electric guitar, steel guitar, mandolin Steve Patrick - trumpet Becky Priest - background vocals Mickey Raphael - harmonica Mike Rojas - keyboards Darius Rucker - vocals on "Kiss An Angel Good Mornin'" Pamela Sixfon - violin Jimmie Lee Sloas - bass guitar Jeff Taylor - accordion Mary Katherine Van Osdale - violin Kris Wilkinson - viola, string arrangements

Greensville County Courthouse Complex

Greensville County Courthouse Complex is a historic courthouse complex located at South Main Street between Hicksford Avenue and Spring Street in Emporia, Virginia. The three contributing buildings are the two-story, porticoed courthouse built in 1834, the clerk's office built in 1894, the former Greensville Bank Building, now the county administrator's office, in 1900 and 1907; the courthouse took a Palladian form, but was remodeled between 1907 and 1910 to take a Beaux-Arts appearance. The clerk's office was enlarged in 1916 and the Georgian-style facade added in 1961; the interior of the county administrator's office features elaborate pressed-tin walls and ceilings manufactured by the local concern, H. J. Klugel; the buildings are set upon the courthouse square, which includes a cannon honoring residents who participated in World War I, a Confederate monument. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983; the complex is located within the Hicksford–Emporia Historic District.

Media related to Greensville County Courthouse Complex at Wikimedia Commons