"Country's Family Reunion" Throws Back To Episodes That Started It All In March And April
Hit Show's "Collection Series" Airs For The First Time on RFD-TV
Taped in 1997, 1998 and 1999, the popular "Country's Family Reunion" television series will be airing its very first shows for the first time on national television over the next six weeks on RFD-TV. Tune in this March and April to see artists like Bill Anderson, Jeannie Seely, Jim Ed Brown, Little Jimmy Dickens, Kitty Wells and many more share their favorite stories and perform as part of shows that were taped almost twenty years ago.
The idea behind the hit "Country's Family Reunion" series when it all started in 1997 was simple - ask the great people who shaped country music to get together and talk about their history, and maybe sing a few songs. Nearly 20 years later, Gabriel Communications celebrates more than a dozen projects, featuring hundreds of songs and never-before-heard stories from some of country music's original artists, which would have otherwise been lost forever.
Upcoming "Country's Family Reunion" Airdates
*All episodes re-air on Saturdays at 11 p.m. CT
Friday, March 4 - Original Series
Friday, March 11 - Original Series
Friday, March 18 - "Country's Family Reunion" 2
Friday, March 25 - "Country's Family Reunion "2
*Additional airdates of original episodes to follow throughout April
Tune in on Fridays at 7 p.m. CT and Saturdays at 11 p.m. CT on RFD-TV.
The "'Country's Family Reunion' Collection Series" DVD box set features four different show compilations including "Country's Family Reunion Original," "Country's Family Reunion Celebration," "Country's Family Reunion Gospel," and "Stories From The Golden Age Of Country." Purchase the entire series and have unlimited access to over 50 legendary country music artists with 130 rare live performances online by visiting www.cfrvideos.com.
ABOUT "COUNTRY'S FAMILY REUNION"
Gabriel Communications, started in 1996 by long-time disc jockey Larry Black, is the producer of the popular "Country's Family Reunion" and "Larry's Country Diner" series. Black first applied the "Reunion" concept to the legends of country music in 1997. The idea was simple: bring America's most-treasured artists together into one room to reunite and reminisce about their careers, perform signature songs and share stories while the cameras roll. The result has been pure magic, documenting hundreds of stories and performances that would have otherwise been lost. The series' popularity has led to top-rated shows on RFD-TV and wildly successful DVD sales, spurring the creation of more than a dozen more projects and "Country's Family Reunion" News (a monthly newspaper that highlights the music of yesteryear), as well as giving rise to sold-out theatre shows and ocean cruises by the ever-growing fan base. For additional information on Gabriel Communications, please visit cfrvideos.com.