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December

December 1st Huey and I made the 3 1/2 hour drive to Batesville, ARK. I was there to perform a concert at the Landers Theater on Main Street. I walked on stage to a near full theater welcoming me with a standing ovation! My 1976 hit, "Somebody Hold Me" brought another standing ovation near the middle of the show for this I repeated the ending which brought another standing ovation! When I told of my first in studio recording session on January 23. 1957 at Sun Records in Memphis and told them that Roy Orbison, Conway Twitty, Johnny Cash and Jerry Lee Lewis were hanging around, then  I did, "Great Balls of Fire" it brought another standing ovation, Another came after, "Even Now", which I did in memory of our son, Bub. They continued standing as I encored with my 1975 hit, "Funny How Time Slips Away". David Grimes & The All Star Band did a great job backing me.

 In the audience was a singer I've known since I played at his high school in 1960, Jimmy Busby. My cousins, Betty, Jeanine and Loretta were there. As a fan who'd driven from near Corpus Christi, TX a more than 1400 mile round trip. A long autograph line awaited me in the lobby after my show. This ended a busy year of touring, my 56th year in show biz.

Terry Wood from Classic Country 95.9 The Wolf in Jonesboro, ARK tells me that once again, I'm the year's most requested artists on that station.

To all my friends and fans, Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year!

God Bless,

Narvel Felts

   
Photo coming soon

November

Thank you for your cards and calls on my 74th birthday November 11th. I'm honored that the National news papers still list me in their celebrity birthdays on that date.

November 16th I did my 7th annual concert at the Collins Theater in Paragould, ARK. Gary Prince and Sugarcreek did their usual great job on their opening set, as Sugarcreek did backing me. Terry Wood from "Classic Country 95.9 The Wolf in Jonesboro, ARK gave me a great introduction. I called him back on stage near the end of my show to do a suet with me on my 1978 Country hit, "Runaway". A near full theater gave me a great reception. They blessed me with some standing ovations then a long autograph line as Huey's Record Rack opened in the lobby. Fans from as far away as St. Louis came through the line. It was good seeing my niece, Lecia and her special friend, Richard. Also my cousin, Don and his wife, Sandy. Afterwards Huey and I made our short drive home, a 127 mile round trip.

Loretta and I enjoyed our Thanksgiving with our daughter, Stacia, our son-in-law, Danny and our grandson, Dakota.

   

Narvel on Stage
Hemsby Rock 'n' Roll Weekender
Hemsby, England - Oct. 6, 2012


Narvel & Hemsby Promoter, Willie Jeffery
Press Conference, Comfort Hotel
Great Yarmouth, England - Oct. 5, 2012

October

October 3rd I drove from our Malden, MO home to the Memphis, TN airport. I caught my flight to Charlotte, NC, changed planes and flew through the night to London, England arriving early morning on the 4th. Pianist, Dave Brown met my flight and drove me to Bournemouth, south of London on the English Channel to the hotel he and his wife, Vicki own and operate, arriving mid-day. I was able to lie down and shut my eyes for four hours that afternoon. Vicki prepared a good gentle supper. My first time to be able to eat on my arrival day of my past six overseas trips in 2011 and 2012. After supper we were entertained my their 11 year old son, Lewis playing piano and singing. The next day they drove me the 5 hour trice in their Chrysler van to the east coast of England to the city of Great Yarmouth by the North sea to my hotel and the press conference.

Saturday the 6th I did my show at the 40th Hemsby Rock 'n' Roll Weekender. I'm the only artist to have been featured there six times. The crowd gave me a rousing reception. They stood in front of the stage and blessed me with two encores. Gene Gamblers and the Shufflers did a great job backing me as did the vocal group, The Roomates. A long autograph line awaited at Varick's Record Rack. Through it came fans from as far away as Finland and Germany. Other hit artists on this festival were Charlie Gracie plus Tommy Hunt of the Flamingos. Other 50s artists known to the British Rock-a-Billy crowd were Al Ferrier and Lee Dresser. 1,150 people attended.

Sunday the 7th Kevin drove me back to London where I stayed at the Hilton Gatwick Airport. Monday, the 8th I was up at 5am for my flight back to Charlotte and on to Memphis then the sleepy 3 hour drive on home. I was there with Loretta some 24 hours later. She fell again while I was gone!

Photos courtesy and copyright of Paul Harris.

 

   

"On Stage"
Narvel Felts
Performing Arts Center
Alma, AR  9/18/12

"Autograph Line Ends"
Narvel Felts
Performing Arts Center
Alma, AR  9/18/12

"Country Gold"
Leroy Van Dyke & Narvel Felts
Comfort Inn
Alma, AR  9/18/12

"Friends & Fans"
Doris & Dr. Dileo w/ Narvel
Comfort Inn
Alma, AR  9/18/12

"Midwest Country"
Maria Rose, Narvel Felts and Danny Elswick in Mackey's Motor Home
Sandstone, MN 9/8/12

September

September 8th I was in Sandstone, Minnesota. I was there to do a matinee plus a night show at the Midwest Country Theater. Huey and I had made the 15 hour drive up in my white Dodge Grand Caravan. The line up was Narvel Felts, Maria Rose, Danny Elswick and the Midwest Country Band. They would all stay on stage and back me. Both the music and the backing vocals were great. The theater was maybe three fourth's full for the fist show, probably a fourth for the second. Both crowds were enthusiastic. I was blessed with standing ovations after, "Even Now" and "Somebody Hold Me". Autograph lines awaited after each show. Through them came friends and fans who had traveled from as far away as Syracuse, NY, Fargo, ND, Waterloo, Iowa, and Thunder Bay, Ontario, CA. My shows were recorded and portions will be shown in the future on RFD-TV. Sunday Huey and I headed home.. a 1,668 mile round trip.

September 18th I joined the Country Gold Tour at the Performing Arts Center in Alma, Arkansas. Huey and I had made the 7 hour drive down in his Gold Chevrolet Impala. This billing was Leroy Van Dyke, Jim Ed Brown, Helen Cornelius, Narvel Felts and the Québe Sisters Band. The Auctioneers did their usual great job backing. More than 800 were in the audience and gave each of us a great reception. I was told I got a standing ovation. The house lights were so low I couldn't see for myself. A lobby-full awaited our autographing. Friends and fans had traveled from as far away as Charlotte, NC and Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The following day Huey and I made our drive back home, a 665 mile round trip.

September 22nd I was in Caruthersville, MO. I was there to do my 10th Annual Concert at the Riverview Amphitheater at the Lady Luck Casino on the back of the Mississippi River. Huey and I had made the one hour drive over in my wife, Loretta's white Lincoln Town Car. This billing was Narvel Felts and 1,159 people attended. Double Edge did a 25 minute opening. I was driven to the stage by our son-in-law, Danny and our daughter, Stacia in our white Lincoln. After a great introduction by Double Edge lead singer, Roy, I walked on stage to a standing ovation. The audience was wonderful to me. More standing ovations came after, "Somebody Hold Me", "Danny Boy", and as the sun went down, "My Prayer". Double Edge did an excellent job backing me. Many friends, some family members, some public officials and to my surprise  my Bernie High School Principal, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben McCoin were there. They seemed to look the same though I'm 56 years older! At the end of the show I was led by Danny, Stacia and a security guard from the stage to my autograph line near Huey's Record Rack. There I stood for the next two hours and 15 minutes. Many came through the line telling me they love me for doing this. Several said THIS was my best show yet. Some came from as far away as Ohio. Afterward we we drove home, a 110 mile round trip. This ended a very busy month.

September 14th was the 17th anniversary of our son, Bub's death.

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Photo Credits:
"On Stage", "Autograph Line Ends", "Country Gold" and "Friends and Fans":  Faye Huffman
"Midwest Country": Jerry and Bev Mackey

See "Photos" page for more pics from Bev Mackey!
 

   
 

Narvel Felts with The Québe Sisters
Iowa State Fair
Des Moines, Iowa
August 16, 2012

August

August 1st I made the near 3 hour drive from my Malden, MO home to the Memphis airport. I boarded my flight and flew through the night arriving in Amsterdam, Holland the next morning. I changed planes and flew on to Bologna, Italy arriving that afternoon. I was then driven on to Senigallia, Italy arriving at my hotel at dusk, some 23 hours after leaving home. I was there to be the Saturday night headliner Aug. 4th at their Summer Jamboree. On before me was the punk rock group, Dionna and the Avenuex. They were thrilled to meet me! The record Hop DJ played Louis Prima Records between their show and mine. I was introduced on stage by a British man speaking English and an Italian girl speaking Italian. 3,500 people stood in front of the stage during my show. They gave me a warm reception. My show was about an even mix of my 50's Rockabilly recordings and my 70's country hits. The Good Fellas did a great job backing me. My 1976 top 10 hit, "Somebody Hold Me" seemed to get the most audience response. The crowd blessed me with 2 encores at the end of my show then an autograph line. The following day a TV reporter interviewed me by the Summer Jamboree Poster in the lobby. Monday morning I was up early for the 26 hour trip back home to Loretta.

August 15th I joined the Country Gold Tour at the Missouri State Fair in Sedalia, MO. The show that night was Leroy Van Dyke, Bobby Bare, Lynn Anderson, Narvel Felts, Rex Allen, Jr., Leona Williams and The Québe Sisters Band. 2,500 were seated in the grandstand in front of us. They gave us all a warm reception. A long autograph line awaited  us.

August 16th Huey and I were up early after four hours sleep for our drive to Des Moines, Iowa. There I joined the Country Gold Tour at the Iowa State Fair. This Day's line-up was Leroy Van Dyke, Narvel Felts, Rex Allen, Jr. and The Québe Sisters Band. We did two shows; late afternoon and early night. It was very windy for the 1st show, a little nippy for the 2nd. The Knapp Amphitheater was almost full for each show and the crowds were receptive. The Auctioneers did a great job backing all of us on each of the Country Gold Shows. All of us artists autographed after each show. The next morning Huey and I were up early for our 600 mile drive back home, a 1,306 mile round trip.

August 30th I joined the Country Gold Tour at the Old Threshers Reunion in Mt. Pleasant, Iowa. The advertisement read, "Narvel Felts, Leroy Van Dyke, Rex Allen, Jr., T. G. Sheppard and Leona Williams. 4,000 were seated in the grandstand in front of us. When I walked on stage many flash bulbs were going off. People walked to the edge of the stage taking pictures all the way through the show. The crowd was very receptive. The autograph line awaited. The next day Huey and I made the some 400 mile drive home, an 836 mile round trip.

 

   


Narvel and Missouri Gubernatorial Candidate Dave Spence

 

July

I was home with Loretta on her birthday July 3rd. Thank you for your cards.

July 21st I did a concert at the Barn Music Theater at Dixon, MO. Huey and I drove up in his new gold Impala. When KWKZ 106.1 faded out Huey changed the dial to "Willie's Roadhouse" on XM Radio. After a few songs my 1976 top 10 hit, "Somebody Hold Me" played! It makes me feel good to know I still get played here and there from time to time.

My concert was a community event sponsored by the Missouri State Senator, Dan Brown. It was he who presented me a resolution honoring me from the Missouri State Senate in June of 2011. Dave Spence, who is running for MO Governor made a speech just before Double Edge took the stage. The crowd gave me a warm reception. Double Edge did their usual great job backing me. The crowd gave me a standing ovation at the end of my show. A long autograph line awaited, which included friends and fans from as far away as St. Louis.

When I made it back to my motel room I called Loretta. She surprised me with the news that she'd seen me on "Midwest Country" on RFD-TV earlier that night!

The next day Huey and I made our Sunday drive home; a 525 round trip.

   
 

Narvel on Stage

Rodgers Theater, Poplar Bluff, MO
June 2, 2012

Photo courtesy of Leonard Fulbright

June

June 2nd I did my third annual concert at the Rodgers Theater in Poplar Bluff, MO. I'd first played the Rodgers in late 1957, again in 2010 and 2011. A full house welcomed me each time including 2012. During the 7 weeks I dated Loretta from the time I met her till we were married April 30, 1962 I was working six nights a week. I kept Mondays off as I had to attend a National Guard drill one Monday evening a month with my Poplar Bluff Company. Loretta and I dated each Monday night. The couple of times I had a National Guard drills while we were dating I'd go to Steele, get Loretta and take her to the Rodgers Theater. We'd go up to the projection room to let Mr. Loren Lucas know I'd be leaving Loretta to watch a movie in the theater while I was gone.

Back to 2012; I was asked to be at the edge of the stage when Brent Davis introduced me. He asked me to come stand on stage then  asked my family members who were present to come stand by me. They were my daughter, Stacia and son-in-law Danny, my sister Ogareeda and brother-in-law, Walter plus my niece, Lecia and her friend, Richard. Brent then introduced Missouri State Representative, Kent Hampton, who read a resolution from the Missouri House of Representatives honoring me. He then presented the resolution to me and said, "It's a shame Loretta couldn't be here." All this was quite touching to me. I told the audience Loretta sends her love! (Due to severe arthritis she hasn't been able to travel with me since 1990.)

"Double Edge" played the intro to, "Funny How Time Slips Away" and my show began. The crowd gave me a wonderful reception. They blessed me with standing ovations after, "Danny Boy" and "My Prayer". Double Edge did their usual great job backing me. The opening set was done by "Blend" who also did a great job. I called them back on stage during my show for vocal background on, "In the Still of the Night".

A two hour long autograph line awaited as Huey's Record Rack opened in the lobby. Through it came hometown friends from Malden, MO, high school friends from Bernie, MO, friends and fans who'd driven from as far away as Baton Rouge and Slidell, Louisiana, Ottawa, Kansas and Huntsville, Alabama. Levon DeCourley from Pure Country KWKZ in Cape Girardeau, MO was there. He has posted some live video of me singing on stage that night at www.kwkz.com 

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As time goes by birthdays become more precious. My wife Loretta's birthday will be July 3rd. If you wish to send a card to her it will be greatly appreciated.

Many thanks and God Bless,
Narvel

Address cards to:

Loretta Felts
2005 Narvel Felts Ave.
Malden, MO 63863

 

 

   

Representative, Kent Hampton presents Narvel Felts a resolution honoring him from the Missouri House of Representatives.
Rodgers Theater, Poplar Bluff, MO
June 2, 2012

Photo courtesy of Leonard Fulbright

June

Honor Bestowed to Narvel from the State of Missouri

Whereas, Narvel Felts of Malden, Missouri, is a world-renowned Country music and Rockabilly singer and musician who entered the field of music at the age of seventeen when he won a high school talent contest in Bernie, Missouri; and

Whereas, a disc jockey from KDEX radio attended the talent show, which led to Narvel Felts having a Saturday afternoon radio show for a few months until he met Jerry Mercer, who had an established band and a performance circuit that could use the young man as a featured singer and player of the upright bass; and

Whereas, after opening a show for Roy Orbison and Eddie Bond at a drive-in theater in Dexter, Narvel Felts was offered an audition with Sun Records; and

Whereas, a week-long performance at the Fox Theater in Saint Louis likewise led to an audition with Mercury Records, which led to a contract, which led to Billboard Magazine hits and a series of concerts and tours throughout the United States and around the globe; and

Whereas, in 2006 Narvel Felts was inducted into the Rockabilly Hall of Fame in Jackson, Tennessee, after many years as a Rockabilly artist who drifted into Country music in the 1970’s; and

Whereas, on April 30, 2012, Narvel Felts celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of his marriage to the former Loretta Stanfield, who has supported and encouraged him in all of his lifelong endeavors; and

Whereas, the marital union of Narvel and Loretta Felts has been wonderfully blessed by the love and affection of their children, Stacia Felts and the late Narvel “Bub” Felts, Jr.;

Now, therefore, be it resolved that we, the members of the Missouri House of Representatives, ninety-sixth General Assembly, join unanimously to applaud the personal and professional accomplishments garnered thus far in the life and work of Narvel Felts and to convey to him this legislative body’s most heartfelt best wishes for continued success for many years to come; and  

Be it further resolved that the Chief Clerk of the Missouri House of Representatives be instructed to prepare a properly inscribed copy of this resolution for presentation to Narvel Felts of Malden, Missouri.

Presented by MO State Representative, Kent Hampton

   

Photo provided by the Malden Historical Museum Music legend Narvel Felts is pictured in front of a display of his memorabilia including a gold record and a jacket he has often performed in. The Felts exhibit should be on display throughout the month of June.
 

March

Felts Exhibit Open at Malden Historical Museum

The kind hearted and soft spoken man many know around town, comes out of his shell when he steps onto a stage and picks up his guitar.

Narvel Felts is a local who grew up in Powe, Mo. and has lived in Malden since April 30, 1962 when he and his wife Loretta were married. He is also an international singing sensation who has toured all over the world, but always comes home to Malden where he and his wife make their home and their two children, Stacia Felts Stone and the late Narvel Felts, Jr. (Bub), grew up.

While performing at this year's Malden in May, Felts told the audience that during the 1970s, he was encouraged to move to Nashville, but at the time he was traveling four nights a week, and he and his wife decided not to uproot their family and take them away from their familiar surroundings.

Felts experienced his greatest success during the 1970s and his 1975 recording "Reconsider Me" was named Record of the Year.

He was discovered during a talent show at Bernie High School.

Not only was Felts honored by his hometown of Malden dedicating their new bandstand in his honor, but the Malden Historical Museum is also showing their appreciation for the local legend by putting on display some of his memorabilia. Through loan from the singer, the museum has filled display shelves and walls with many of his souvenirs.

The exhibit, which includes a gold record, commercial head shots and stage clothing, is on display and will continue throughout the month of June.

Normal visiting hours (Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from 1:30 until 4:30). Group tours may be arranged by appointment.

The museum is located at 201 North Beckwith and can be reached by calling (573) 276-5008.

Lecia Forester contributed to this article. To see the full article go to: http://www.dddnews.com/story/1854646.html
Much thanks to
Courtney M. Luke of the Delta News Citizen
for providing the link and permission to use the article on this web site.

Biographical information was found at the official Narvel Felts website http://mkoc.com/NarvelFelts
© Copyright 2012 Daily Dunklin Democrat. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

 

April

Loretta and Narvel Felts celebrate 50th wedding anniversary

Narvel and Loretta Felts celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary quietly at their home in Malden with their daughter Stacia and son-in-law Danny Stone.

Narvel Felts was married to Loretta Stanfield April 30, 1962 in Steele, Missouri by Rev. Hanley. A wedding photo is not available, but the above pictures of them are from that era. (pictures on sides)

They have made their home in Malden ever since. They raised two children here, Stacia and Narvel “Bub” Jr. Bub grew up to play drums with his dad. He was killed in a car accident in 1995.

Narvel has been an internationally successful recording and concert artist since the late 1950s. Loretta and the children often travelled with him as he toured the U.S.A., Canada, Bermuda, Europe and down under to New Zealand. Narvel is still touring the world in 2012.

He says the first time he saw Loretta, “She looked like she had stepped from the silver screen!”

Press Release from:
Courtney M. Luke
Delta News Citizen
cluke@dddews.com

   

Narvel talks with DJ friend, Svein Sorlie from Norway.
Lobby of Wembley Arena
London, England  Feb. 26, 2012

March

March 17th I did an afternoon concert at Nelson's Music City near Farmington, MO. Huey, the band and I drove up the night before.

Hundreds attended my concert. Double Edge did a great job backing me. The crowd gave me a wonderful reception with standing ovations after, "Danny Boy and "My Prayer". At the end of my show a two hour autograph line awaited me in the blobby at Huey's Record Rack. Through it came fans I'd never met plus friends from long ago. Some I'd grown up with near Keiser, ARK and Bernie, MO, some had seen me in concert at the Fox Theater in St. Louis in 1957, others I'd known at Tiny's Danceland at Ansel, MO in 1950, others had been fan club members from Festus, MO until my fan club ended with my October 2005 Newsletter. Still others were there from Paragould, ARK who bring me to the Collins Theater there each November... also some young guys still in high school from Holcomb, MO who have become big Narvel Fans were there, plus others who had seen me in Las Vegas. It was great seeing all of you!

April 30th, Loretta and I will celebrate our 50th wedding anniversary! This time of year reminds me of when we met, the seven weeks we dated and when we were married. I'm including a song Loretta and I wrote in the mid 70s on the April Hot Disc complete with my spoken introduction, "If Ever Two Were One" will go to country radio across Europe, Australia and New Zealand. If any of you would like to send us an anniversary card, we would love to hear from you. Send it to:

Narvel & Loretta Felts
2005 Narvel Felts Ave.
Malden, MO 63863
USA

Final Farewell: Harmon Long, brother of Huey who sells my CDs at my shows.

 

   

Wembley Arena, London, England 2-26-12
Photo courtesy of Chris Eley


Narvel and Gaylon Dorris
Old Mill Room, Malden, MO 11-26-88


February

On February 22nd I was up early. I drove to Memphis, flew to Dallas and there changed planes and flew through the night to London, England arriving mid morning the 23rd. A black limo awaited me and drove me to my hotel.

The next morning I ran in to George Hamilton IV in the restaurant. We would hang out together while we were there.

George and I were each Featured Artists on the "International Festival of Country Music" at Wembley Arena the 26th with: Reba McEntire, Ricky Scaggs, Lonestar, Asleep at the Wheel, Jo-el Sonnier, George Ducas, Sandy Kelly, John McNicholl, Will Banister, Raymond Froggatt and more.

As I did my show the crowd was receptive. The Raymond Froggatt Band did a find job backing me. I told the crowd I'd meet them in the lobby but as I walked of stage I was told, "The press is waiting" and I was led to the press room. I was through there and made it to the lobby late. No one was there! As I was leaving the lobby another break in the show came and as people came into the lobby a crowd gathered around me for autographs. I'm sorry for the confusion.. so sorry I missed seeing some of you. My thanks to George Hamilton, Sandy Kelly and Ricky Skaggs for their kind compliments about my singing and my show.

The next morning I had breakfast with some of Reba's band, Her drummer told me he'd played behind me at the "Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame" in Cleveland in '07 when we honored Jerry Lee Lewis.

From the time I got up that morning it was 23 hours before I made it home to Loretta. I almost fell asleep driving on my way home from the Memphis Airport.

In February we lost our niece, Sonia Adams (51) and my former bass player, Gaylon Dorris (66)

P. S. Loretta fell again in the morning before I left for England! She didn't break any bones but was sore and swollen while I was gone.

 

   

Request to the fans:

Most folks have digital cameras these days and we need photos of Narvel at the shows. Narvel and I would so appreciate any photos you could send for the site. E-mail them to marli@mkoc.com along with your name, names of others in photos and when and where it was taken. Also let me know if you want your name posted as the photographer, etc.
Any and all help is much appreciated by Narvel and me. Thanks so all who have contributed to date.. hope to see more of your work soon!

January

January 28th I played the first concert of my 56th year in show business. It was at the Florida Sunshine Opry in Eustis, Florida. A good crowd welcomed me to the stage. They gave me standing ovations after "Danny Boy", again after my 1970's hit, "My Prayer" and "Funny How Time Slips Away". The Opry band did a great job backing me. A long autograph line awaited me in the lobby after the show. Long-time friends and fans from Florida, Ohio, Virginia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Minnesota came through the line. I enjoyed visiting with them.

Huey and I had made the drive down on Thursday and Friday in my white Grand Caravan. We made the long drive back home on Sunday and Monday; and 1,848 mile round trip!

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