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Watson and Bandy to Perform, Share Stories About Their Illustrious Careers

Moe Bandy & Gene Watson
Watson and Bandy to Perform, Share Stories About Their Illustrious Careers
  NASHVILLE, Tenn. (November 25, 2015) – Fans of traditional country music won’t want to miss two legendary hitmakers when “Country’s Family Reunion” reunites Gene Watson and Moe Bandy on Friday, Nov. 27. The iconic pair will be honored during the episode airing nationally on RFD-TV.

The Nov. 27 show will be a compilation of Watson and Bandy’s most memorable performances on the show. Viewers will also get to hear behind-the-scenes stories about their past appearances. The two hitmakers have been friends since the 70s.

"I'm very flattered that I am featured on these shows. They have been so much fun and I think it is great that it will be airing this weekend when lots of families are all together," Bandy said.

"We've shared lots of laughs and made lasting memories on this show. Moe and I are really good buddies, so I know I'm always in good company when he's around. I sure do appreciate 'Country's Family Reunion' bringing all of us together on these shows," Watson said.

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 dynamic careers.

Air times for “Country's Family Reunion” are Fridays at 7 p.m. CST and Saturdays at 11 p.m. CST. Click here to find out where to watch RFD-TV on your service provider.

“Country's Family Reunion” is produced by Gabriel Communications.

Dec. 03 Starlite Theatre - Branson, Mo.
Dec. 04 Starlite Theatre - Branson, Mo.
Dec. 05 Starlite Theatre - Branson, Mo.
Dec. 06 Starlite Theatre - Branson, Mo.
Jan. 09 Sugar Creek Casino - Hinton, Okla.
Jan. 16 Orange Blossom Opry - Weirsdale, Fla.
Jan. 17 Orange Blossom Opry - Weirsdale, Fla.
Jan. 31 Country’s Family Reunion Cruise 2016

Dec. 05 Riverdome - Bossier City, La.
Jan. 23 The Stagecoach - Fort Worth, Texas
Jan. 31 Country’s Family Reunion Cruise 2016

This masterful country stylist from Houston, Texas has been thrilling audiences for more than 50 years. Gene Watson’s tally of 75 charted titles, 23 top-10 hits and six number-one records has led to membership in the Texas Country Music Hall of Fame and the Houston, TX Music Hall of Fame. Radio listeners are still transfixed whenever classics like “Farewell Party,” “Fourteen Carat Mind” or “Love in the Hot Afternoon” are played. Considered one of the finest pure-country singers of his generation and known as “The Singer’s Singer”, Watson offers up one of the best traditional country shows in the business. For more information about Gene Watson, visit GeneWatsonMusic.com.

There aren't many musical performers who've been on top of a bucking bull or bronco and on top of the country music charts, but Moe Bandy has. A member of the Texas Country Music Hall of Fame, he has had 40 Top Ten singles, 66 charted releases and 10 Number One hits including “Too Old To Die Young,” “Bandy the Rodeo Clown,” “Hank Williams, You Wrote My Life” and “Just Good Ol’ Boys.” And, he’s not hung up his recording hat yet -- Bandy will release a new project soon chock-full of the honky-tonk sounds his fans have grown to expect and depend on. Moe's thankful for all the riches his career has brought him - from his loyal fans to his close friendship with former President George Bush, who counts Moe's 1988 hit "Americana" as one of his favorite songs. For more information, visit MoeBandy.com.

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