RFD-TV and the Grand Ole Opry are partnering to bring back the classic country series, “That Nashville Music,” which features classic country performances with musical legends filmed live on the Grand Ole Opry stage in the heart of Nashville, Tennessee. Hosted by country music star Dave Dudley, the series offers rare performances not seen in decades from big stars such as George Jones, Mickey Gilley, Tammy Wynette, Barbara Mandrell, the The Statler Brothers, and more! The series premieres on the national cable network on November 5th at 8:30 p.m. ET during its weekly music and entertainment lineup, “Saturday Night Music Row.” Get the full schedule at rfdtv.com. To learn more about the Opry visit opry.com and wsmonline.com.
“For years the number one request from viewers has been to add programming from the Grand Ole Opry stage to RFD-TV. I’m happy to announce that we finally got it done,” stated Patrick Gottsch, founder and president of RFD-TV. “Starting in November, “That Nashville Music,” will feature classic performances from all your favorite country artists from the 70’s and 80’s. Bye-bye repeats. Hello new programming. It’s our way of saying thank you to our fans and viewers who support RFD-TV.”
Additional episodes of ““That Nashville Music” include performances from:
Tom T. Hall
"That Nashville Music" (originally titled “That Good Ole Nashville Music”) was a half-hour syndicated series that featured some of the period's top selling country artists performing some of their current or popular hits. Produced in association with WSM-TV and Opryland U.S.A. in Nashville, TN, the series was on-air for a grand total of 15 seasons from 1970 – 1985.