COLLIN RAYE, T. GRAHAM BROWN, RONNIE MCDOWELL AND MARTIN FAMILY CIRCUS
"Larry’s Country Diner" is a product of Gabriel Communications and is taped in Music City, drawing over 1.5 million loyal viewers each month and earning top prime time ratings. The memorable show integrates interviews and music in a can't-miss weekly format, taped LIVE in front of a studio audience in the intimate setting of an old-fashioned diner. Fans have grown so passionate about the show it its 17 years of broadcast, that it upholds multiple-year waiting lists for fans to be a part of the show's studio audience.
To inquire about getting on the waiting list to see an upcoming taping, visit larryscountrydiner.com/tickets.
The following musical guests are slated to appear "Larry's Country Diner" in the month of February:
February 7: Collin Raye
February 14: T.Graham Brown
February 21: Ronnie McDowell
February 28: Martin Family Circus
*All lineups and schedules are subject to change
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Collin Raye was one of the biggest hit-makers of the 90s, and continues to create heartfelt music for fans around the world. Having 24 top ten records, 16 No. 1 hits and celebrated 10 nominations for Male Vocalist of The Year between the CMA and ACM Awards, his legacy as one of the industry's top vocalists stands strong. His soulful delivery in ballads like "Love, Me," "One Boy, One Girl," "In This Life," "Not That Different," and "If I Were You," is matched with an ability to sing up-tempo flawlessly and keep the crowd going in hits like "My Kind Of Girl," "That's My Story," "I Can Still Feel You," and "I Want You Bad." His latest album Still On The Line, is a tribute to his longtime friend and country music legend, Glen Campbell, and Raye continues to tour around the world.
T. Graham Brown has recorded over 13 studio albums and charted more than 20 singles on the Billboard charts. Three of these singles reached No. 1 and eight more reached the Top 10. Brown’s voice is also recognized from his singing in advertising campaigns for McDonald’s, Disneyland, Almond Joy, Coca Cola, Dodge Truck, Ford, Hardee’s and many others including the Taco Bell “Run For The Border” television spots. This past year his appearance in the concept video for “Working On A Building” with Marty Raybon, Jimmy Fortune and Trace Adkins was aired across multiple national television networks. T. Graham Brown still actively tours throughout the year including multiple appearances on the legendary Grand Ole Opry and television appearances such as Larry’s Country Diner and Country’s Family Reunion. Brown’s uniqueness has made him one of the most beloved and iconic performers of the day.
Ronnie McDowell has been bringing his unique style of country music to fans for four decades now, McDowell has celebrated multiple singles at the top of the Billboard singles charts and has been a favorite of radio programmers and fans alike since his tribute to Elvis Presley, "The King is Gone," which has gone on to sell five million copies worldwide. His vocals have been widely compared to Presley's over the years, earning him spots in such film projects as the 1979 biopic Elvis, and well as Elvis and Me, movies inspired by the Priscilla Presley autobiography of the same title. Other hits include "I Love You,I Love you,I Love You," Wandering Eyes, "Love Talks," and "In A New York Minute." To date, McDowell has released twenty-four studio albums including his most recent, Lost In Dirty Dancing.
For Martin Family Circus, musical talent runs in the genes. Made up of Paul and Jamie Martin, and their four children, March (15), Kell (12), Texas (8) and Tallant (6), the group comes from a long line of musical hit makers, including Duane Allen of the Oak Ridge Boys and Norah Lee Allen of the Grand Ole Opry's Carol Lee Singers (Jamie's parents). Playing a multitude of instruments and exhibiting tight vocal harmonies, the band has stirred up a following of fans in a multitude of genres who can't resist their melody-driven tunes and heart-warming tight-knit family bond.