Stu Phillips At Grand Ole Opry Country Music Show - Nashville
Born in 1933 in Montreal, Quebec, country artist Stu Phillips grew up listening to the Grand Ole Opry as a child and fell in love with the show and country music. Thirty-four years later, he gained the high honor of becoming a member of the Opry himself. At an early age, he created his own band, playing at local events. He worked part-time at a radio station as radio announcer, producer, engineer and disc jockey. While on the air, he hosted a variety of shows, like Stu for Breakfast, Town and Country and Cowtown Jamobree. He moved from radio to television as the host of The Outrider and Red River Jamboree.