Ned Tennis, along with 14 other musicians, was inducted into The Wabash Valley Musicians Hall of Fame March 10, 2019 at the Zorah Shrine in Terre Haute, IN.
The Class of 2019: Donnie Alexander, Jackie Lynn Barnes, Kenny Copper, Eddie Davis, Joy Davis, Judy Dukes, Steven Fagg, Terry Gilbert, David Hopkins, Daren Krockenberger, John Nickless, Dave Peterson, Jack Shannon, Ned Tennis, and James Walls.
See the March 10, 2019 Terre Haute Tribune-Star article below or read it on their web site.
We are excited to report that the Nedtones Vol. II was nominated in the Album of the Year category for the 2018 Josie Music Awards. The Josie Awards celebrate the Independent Music Industry. You can learn more about it here.
Ned recently had his first experience being interviewed on a podcast. He’s afraid to listen to it, so I (the trusted web manager) did. It starts out slow but quickly warms up and you will gain some insight about his music. So listen to it.
Thanks Danny Wayne for the interview at 985 The River, Home Brewed Music podcast, and special thanks to Marc Rogers.
Some nice guitars and one old hippie. The bass on the left is Timothy B. Schmidt’s Fender Jazz. Next is Jerry Garcia’s favorite. Then, a Martin acoustic played by Steven Stills. Then, George Harrison’s Gibson SG. The Fender Stratocaster was one played mainly by Ron Wood of the Stones and Faces. After that, I passed out so I have no idea what happened afterwards. . .