Country music singer Crystal Gayle, best known for her 1977 hit “Don’t Make My Brown Eyes Blue,” is scheduled to perform at the Performing Arts Center (PAC) in Santa Clarita this weekend.
Gayle, who has won multiple awards including a Grammy and three American Music Awards, is scheduled to perform at the College of the Canyons PAC on Saturday at 8 p.m. in Santa Clarita.
“What we do is we have fun, and that’s the most important part,” Gayle said in an interview with the Hometown Morning Show. “We’re going to go out and do songs, and I’m doing songs that are from my latest album ‘You Don’t Know Me’ which is classic country.”
During her career, which took off in the ’70s, Gayle won five Academy of Country Music Awards and two Country Music Awards, according to PAC.
In 2009, Gayle had a star placed on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in her honor.
She was also the first female country artist to go platinum, according to Biography.
While on the Hometown Morning Show, Gayle opened up about the passing of fellow country music performer Naomi Judd, who died on Saturday.
“We never played in the sense of singing together…we were more friends,” Gayle said. “We’re close as artists, but being both from Kentucky, we had a special bond.”
Gayle opened up about her signature long hair, which has made her easy to identify over the years.
“I keep saying I’m going to do a little book or video showing how I took care of the hair,” Gayle told the Hometown Morning Show. “It’s still below the knees and I say I should just cut it, but it’s hard to get rid of something that’s been with you.”
Tickets for the concert are available here. To see upcoming shows at PAC, click here.
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