The Porter Wagoner Show
The Porter Wagoner Show

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“The Porter Wagoner Show” is considered one of the most successful half-hour country music programs in history. It’s found a new home right here on RFD-TV!

Hosted by its namesake (and co-hosted by Dolly Parton for a number of years, as well), the program was produced in Nashville, Tenn., from 1960 to 1980, and virtually every country music performer in the business appeared on the show over those 20 years.

Of all the guests on the show over the years, some of the many, many highlights include Mel Tillis, Jerry Reed, Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, Faron Young, Bill Monroe, George Jones, Lester Flatt, Marty Robbins, Merle Haggard, Lynn Anderson, and, of course, Hank Williams, Jr. read more

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