Saturday, October 31, 2015

BILL ANDERSON, T. GRAHAM BROWN, B.J. THOMAS, THE WHITES, RIDERS IN THE SKY, GENE WATSON AND MOE BANDY


BILL ANDERSON, T. GRAHAM BROWN, B.J. THOMAS, THE WHITES, RIDERS IN THE SKY, GENE WATSON AND MOE BANDY IN NOVEMBER

Candid Autobiography Details Behind-The-Scenes Secrets of the Hit Show and Answers Numerous Off-The-Wall Viewer-Submitted Questions
 
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (October 30, 2015) – Watch country music history be forever encapsulated as legendary greats Bill Anderson, T. Graham Brown, B.J. Thomas, The Whites, Riders In The Sky, Gene Watson and Moe Bandy are honored in upcoming episodes of Country’s Family Reunion. Taken from 17 years of tapings, the popular Country's Family Reunion television series, airing nationally on RFD-TV, celebrates the lives and legacies of country music legends in their all-new "Tribute" series.

Each episode is a montage of the groundbreaking artists’ performances and stories told from past appearances on the show, creating historical timepieces that pay homage to their memorable careers.

Upcoming Country's Family Reunion "Tribute" episodes include:
November 6 – Bill Anderson (Episode 7)
 
November 13 – T. Graham Brown / B.J. Thomas (Episode 8)
November 20 – The Whites / Riders In The Sky (Episode 9)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
November 27 – Gene Watson and Moe Bandy (Episode 10)
 
*Line-ups are subject to change

Air times for Country's Family Reunion are Fridays at 8 p.m. EST, Saturdays and Sundays at 12 a.m. EST.

Country's Family Reunion is produced by Gabriel Communications.

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.

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