Duttons Through the Years
Duttons Through the Years

Show Times (RFD-TV)

The Duttons have performed in every state in the US and most of Canada over their 30-year career, traveling millions of miles and giving thousands of concerts. During the highlight of their touring career, the Duttons performed as many as 250 road dates per year and had four European tours. read more

Related Content
More Music & Entertainment Shows
First introduced to RFD-TV on Larry’s Country Diner, The Malpass Brothers, modern day troubadours, bring you their very own, brand-new show to RFD-TV. Viewers can enjoy traditional country music from the brother duo of Chris & Taylor Malpass, a featured celebrity guest on each episode, and loads of clever humor.
Ray’s Roadhouse is a weekly program featuring the music of Ray Benson and Asleep at the Wheel. Ray and his band Asleep at the Wheel has had a more than 50 year career in the music industry and over the years have earned nine Grammy Awards. The program also will feature guest performers such as Pat Green, Stoney LaRue and Kelly Willis.
Dailey & Vincent are BACK ON RFD-TV for another great season, brought to you by Gus Arrendale & Springer Mountain Farms. Join them as they welcome scores of fabulous bluegrass, country, and gospel music acts as special guests!
“America’s Gospel Music” presents the nation’s premiere Gospel Music artists live in concert from The Wonders Center in Dickson, Tennessee.
Legendary singer-songwriters share the stories behind some of Country Music’s greatest hits. Each episode of Muletown in the Round is filmed LIVE and features musical performances from songsmiths in an intimate “in the round” style that mimics a traditional jam session. The series is produced by Grammy Award-winning artist, Rory Feek.
Latest Stories: Music & Entertainment
Cookin’ Up Lovin’ available April 20
The founding member of the legendary rock group was responsible for such hits as “Ramblin’ Man” and “Jessica.”
Jekyll & Hyde set to release on August 23rd
“I wanted to record this song because it’s meaningful and describes how I feel and what I believe in!”