West T Hill Acoustic Night with The Nashville Imposters
April 22 @ 6:30 pm
Ralph Curtis is a country music artist from Eastern Kentucky. He began his professional music career at age fifteen when he was invited to appear on the Renfro Valley Barn Dance in Mount Vernon, Kentucky by founder John Lair. Since then Ralph has performed with many country groups touring throughout the United States. He is a former voting member of the Country Music Association and in 2010 along with singing partner Anthony Lee, formed the current group The Nasvhille Impostors where he personally pays tribute to Johnny Cash, Conway Twitty, Merle Haggard, Buck Owens and others. He performs regularly in Nashville, Pigeon Forge, Branson and throughout the United States. He played steel guitar in the traveling Broadway play “Nobody Could Hurt Like Hank.” He plays lead guitar, piano, steel guitar and fiddle in his group.
Anthony began his professional musical career when he joined a country band while in the U.S. Army stationed in Germany. He impersonates several artists including George Jones, Randy Travis, Chris Stapleton, John Anderson and even Ray Charles among others. He plays guitar and the harmonica. Anthony, along with Ralph Curtis formed the group The Nashville Imposters in 2010 and tour the United States performing a classic country music show paying tribute to many country artists promoting traditional country music. Anthony is a retired Kentucky State Trooper. He is a trained sniper and currently works with the U.S. Marshall’s office and FBI throughout the world in critical situations. He lives with his wife and three children in a cabin in Eastern Kentucky.