The Winters
Brothers Band

Donnie Winters
Dennis Winters
Gene Watson
Bobby Miller
And other musicians

Songs include:
I Can't Help It
Smoky Mountain        
Log Cabin Jones
Shotgun Rider
Mexico
Sang Her Love Songs

Debut LP:
Songs (listed above)
were from their first
album, called "The
Winters Brothers Band".
These songs received
airplay in the 70's

Volunteer Jam:
The original Winters
Brothers Band played at
the Charlie Daniels
Volunteer Jam several
times in the 1970's.
Their live version of "Sang
Her Love Songs" was  
released on one of the
Volunteer Jam albums.

Southern Rock:
The Winters Brothers
have a Southern Rock
following, and continue to
play at concerts with other
southern rock bands

Farm Aid:
The Winters Brothers
played at Farm Aid in
the 1980's

The Winters Brothers
had a cable access TV
show for years on
Nashville's Comcast
channel 19.

Papa Don Winters:
(Pictured) Took the place
of the missing Dennis
Winters. Papa Don
Winters was in the Marty
Robbins Trio up until
Robbins death. He spent
a total of 23 years working
for Marty Robbins
Papa Don Winters died
of cancer on August 17,
2002, at the age of 73.
The Winters Brothers Band
Featuring Donnie Winters & Papa Don Winters at the 1986 Creekers Ball
This was the very
first Tennessee
Concerts
Sponsored live
event, started by
Danny Jones
and Tennessee
Concerts editor
Pat Adams, along
with a few others.

The Creeker Ball:
The Creekers Ball
was an annual event
in the 1980's that
started in Cheatham
County Tennessee
just off of River
Road. It eventually
moved just in the
Davidson County
line in Nashville
on River Road.
It was an all day
event that included
local bands in the
area.

Danny Jones,
& Pat Adams
(myself) and others  
hosted the
Creekers Ball
in 1985. It continued
through the 1980's.
I eventually got  
iinvolved with more  
similar music and
musicians jam
projects over
the years,
including the
Play It Again Jam.

On the other hand,
Danny Jones
ripped off my video
camera, the same
camera that I shot
these videos with.
Beware of trusting
this guy.

The Winters
Brothers Band
I remember seeing
the Winters Brothers
Band at the
Volunteer Jam,
the KDF
"One For The Sun"
concert at the
Hermitage Landing
floating stage, at the
Main Street Music
Emporium in
Murfreesboro, and also
remember Donnie &
Dennis from grade
school.

Pat Adams
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You can catch
Donnie on
Tuesday nights
at Douglas Corner
and on 8th Avenue.  
He  hosts an
Open Mic Writers
Night and sits in with
some of the acts.

Check out
Donnie Winters
website at

www.donniewinters.com
See my own Videos of The Winters Brothers Band at the Creekers Ball (1986)
Click on pictures, or link below pictures to play videos
PLAY THE CREEKERS BALL VIDEOS
Donnie (vocals)

Old Stories
Papa Don (vocals)

Jambalaya
Donnie (vocals)

Shotgun Rider
Papa Don (vocals)

The Breeze
Donnie (vocals)

I Can't Help It
Donnie (vocals)

Homegrown Shit
The Winters Brothers Band at the Volunteer Jam (1979)
The Municipal Auditorium in Nashville Tennessee
I (Pat Adams) unearthed this video, from a tape I preserved for 30 years
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See my own Videos of Donnie Winters
at the Tennessee Concerts Sponsored Play It Again Jam
2010: The Play It Again Jam was a weekly Nashville rock 'n' roll musicians jam sponsored by TennesseeConcerts
Hosted by Gary Allen (formally of the Charlie Daniels Band) & Pat Adams (from this Tennessee Concerts website)
See all of our Play It Again Jam pages by clicking on the menu at the right.
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Creekers Ball (1986) Videos by Pat Adams from Tennessee Concerts
Papa Don (vocals)

T  For Texas
Papa Don (vocals)

Stockade Blues
Play It Again Jam (2009) Videos by Pat Adams from the Tennessee Concerts website
Pictures by Pat Adams
Click on Pictures to Enlarge
Video of the original Winters Brothers Band
& Friends at the 1979 Volunteer Jam V
Host Danny Jones