OLD TIME GOSPEL" THIS SPRING
Tune In To RFD-TV TONIGHT at 8e/7c for Premiere Episode Featuring 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.
Additional Country’s Family Reunion “Old Time Gospel” Airdates:
Friday, March 27 – Duane Allen, Phil Johnson, Rhonda Vincent, Gordon Mote, Jimmy Fortune, Jim Ed Brown
Friday, April 3 – Rhonda Vincent, Larry Black, The Gatlin Brothers, Con Hunley, Jan Howard, Bill Anderson
Friday, April 10 – Jimmy Fortune, Jeannie Seely, John Conlee, Barbara Fairchild, The Whites
Producer and Founder of Gabriel Communications, Larry Black, said, “The roots of a lot of the country music we love can be found in gospel songs of old. So, we decided to gather all of our Country’s Family Reunion friends for a series celebrating the gospel songs we grew up with. Hence, ‘Old Time Gospel.’”
All episodes of “Old Time Gospel” are available for purchase in a DVD box set, which includes a special behind-the-scenes DVD capturing all of the fun and laughter that takes place on the set when the cameras aren’t rolling.
Purchase by visiting cfrvideos.com or calling 800-820-5405.
About Country's Family Reunion
Gabriel Communications, started in 1996 by long-time disc jockey Larry Black, is the producer of the popular Country’s Family Reunion and Larry’s Country Diner series. Black first applied the “Reunion” concept to the legends of Country music in 1997. The idea was simple: bring America’s most-treasured artists together into one room to reunite and reminisce about their careers, perform signature songs and share stories while the cameras roll. The result has been pure magic, documenting hundreds of stories and performances that would have otherwise been lost. The series’ popularity has led to top-rated shows on RFD-TV and wildly successful DVD sales, spurring the creation of more than a dozen more projects and Country’s Family Reunion News (a monthly newspaper that highlights the music of yesteryear), as well as giving rise to sold-out theatre shows and ocean cruises by the ever-growing fan base.