John Berry Joins RFD-TV’s #MusicMonday Family

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October 23, 2017

Nashville, Tenn.(RFD-TV) Grammy award-winning artist, John Berry, joins Ronnie Reno at The 615 Hideaway for RFD-TV’s musical series, #MusicMonday. Each week, the series features a new artist who spends the hour playing songs, telling stories and answering questions from fans via Facebook live.

This week, John Berry joined Ronnie Reno as they played songs and enjoyed the hour together. The two shared stories of writing music and talked about those that influenced their music. John Berry was joined by his wife, Robin, who also sang. Enjoy this clip of John singing “What A Woman Wants.”

Stay tuned for more info, dates and more on our Facebook page. Tune in weekly to RFD-TV’s #MusicMondays at 5:00 PM ET / 4:00 PM CT on our Facebook page. You can watch the whole concert HERE. Learn more about The 615 Hideaway at the615hideaway.com.

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