Country's Family Reunion
Hosted by ‘Whispering’ Bill Anderson, the patriotic 4-part special, "God Bless America Again," kicks off on Friday, May 15 and airs weekly through Sunday, June 7 on RFD-TV. It features performances by Lee Greenwood, Bobby Bare, John Conlee (“They Also Serve”), Ray Stevens (“Farther Along”), Jimmy Fortune (“In God We Trust”), Jan Howard (“My Son”), David Hall (“Riding With Private Malone”), The Gatlin Brothers (“The American Trilogy”), Mark Wills (“Looking For America”), Daryle Singletary (“America”), Jim Ed Brown (“Uncloudy Day”), and many more.
Join Anderson and the performing artists as they sing, share stories, songs and memories, and pay tribute to those military servicemen and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the name of freedom this Memorial Day.
Last Updated on Monday, 04 May 2015 22:40
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (March 20, 2015) – This weekend, join your family and friends on the couch and tune in to something that makes you feel like you’re watching more than just a television show. Gabriel Communications’ hit program, Country’s Family Reunion, will start the spring season off right with positive and inspiring music from some of country’s biggest stars and legends on a new series of “Old Time Gospel.” Tune in on Friday, March 20 at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT to RFD-TV, for the premiere episode featuring performances of Sunday morning favorites from The Gatlin Brothers, Linda Davis (with The Whites), Dailey & Vincent, Dallas Frazier, Jean Shepard and T. Graham Brown.
With a new episode premiering each Friday through April 10, and re-airing throughout the weekend on Saturdays and Sundays at 12 a.m. ET/11 p.m. CT artists featured in forthcoming new episodes include: The Oak Ridge Boys’ Duane Allen, Phil Johnson, Rhonda Vincent, Gordon Mote, Jimmy Fortune, Jim Ed Brown, Larry Black, The Gatlin Brothers, Con Hunley, Jan Howard, Bill Anderson, Jeannie Seely, John Conlee, Barbara Fairchild, and The Whites. Visit rfdtv.com or see below for a full listing of episode airdates.
Last Updated on Saturday, 21 March 2015 02:09
COUNTRY'S FAMILY REUNION TAKES LEGENDARY COUNTRY MUSIC ARTISTS BACK IN TIME TO THEIR 'HONKY TONK DAYS' WITH PREMIERE OF "HONKY TONK SERIES"
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (February 20, 2015) – When it comes to achieving dreams, everybody has to start somewhere. In fact, before celebrating their names in lights and selling-out headlining shows, many of country music's biggest legends paid their dues by performing in rowdy bars, dance halls and dives, nicknamed “Honky Tonks,” for the foot-tapping, twangy country music billowing from their doors. Hit television show Country's Family Reunion will take artists back in time to those humble beginnings, and invite them to share their stories and songs from their favorite Honky Tonks tonight at 8e/7c. Tune in to RFD-TV for the premiere of the show’s “Honky Tonk Series,” and take a trip down memory lane with legendary artists like Moe Bandy, Tony Booth, Jim Lauderdale, Eddy Raven, Daryle Singletary and many more.
“We've always known about this subset of music known as ‘Honky Tonk,’ and the great singers and musicians that pay their dues there every week, so we thought it was about time to honor them with a special series on Country’s Family Reunion,” said Larry Black, producer and owner of Gabriel Communications.
Stand-out songs in the series include "Bright Lights And Country Music" by Bill Anderson, "Hey, Good Lookin'" by Moe Bandy, "The Key's In The Mailbox" by Tony Booth, "(I'm A) Lonesome Fugitive" by Jim Lauderdale, "Walkin' To New Orleans" by Eddy Raven, and "Set 'Em Up Joe" by Daryle Singletary, among others.
Last Updated on Friday, 20 February 2015 22:10