All New Episodes of Country Music Favorites to Air in September NASHVILLE, Tenn. (August 31, 2016) – Hit television series, “Larry’s Country Diner,” will continue to entertain audiences nationwide on RFD-TV with all NEW episodes! In September, the series will feature guest stars Lorrie Morgan, John Berry, Bill Anderson, 45 RPM, and Wilson Fairchild. With a stellar lineup of some of country music’s greatest artists and entertainers, along with stories and family-friendly entertainment, it will be an exciting month on “Larry’s Country Diner” that fans won’t want to miss. Tune in on Thursdays at 8 pm / 7 pm CST and Saturdays at 11 pm / 10 pm CST to RFD-TV. Enter your zip code here to find RFD-TV in your area. Upcoming Episodes of “Larry’s Country Diner”: *All episodes repeat on Saturdays at 11 pm / 10 pm CST Thursday, September 1 – Lorrie Morgan (Re-Airing) Thursday, September 8 – John Berry Thursday, September 15 – Bill Anderson Thursday, September 22 – 45 RPM Thursday, September 29 – Wilson Fairchild To inquire about how to attend an upcoming taping, where you can have a front row seat at “Larry’s Country Diner” and be part of the on-camera studio audience, please call Gabriel Communications at 800-820-5405. Fans can also participate in Renae The Waitress’s weekly Diner Chat via phone where she shares behind-the-scenes secrets of the show, answers viewers’ personal questions and features exclusive interviews with celebrity guest stars on Thursdays at 2 p.m. CST. For more information on Diner Chat, please visit larryscountrydiner.com/dinerchat. Owned and produced by Gabriel Communications, “Larry’s Country Diner” is one of the top-rated programs airing on the RFD-TV network, which is No. 9 among all cable networks in growth since 2011. It receives 1.6 million viewers per month. For more information on “Larry’s Country Diner,” please visit larryscountrydiner.com or follow us on Facebook and Twitter! ABOUT “LARRY’S COUNTRY DINER”: “Larry’s Country Diner” is a unique down-home variety show, which integrates interviews and music in an entertaining weekly format, taped LIVE in front of a studio audience in an old-fashioned diner setting. The show features regular characters including Larry Black, Keith Bilbrey, Sheriff Jimmy Capps, Renae The Waitress and avid church gossip, Nadine, along with special guest appearances by country music artists of yesterday and today. Since its initial airing on August 3, 2009, “Larry’s Country Diner” has produced over 200 episodes and has become one of the most popular shows on RFD-TV, garnering 1.6 million viewers monthly. For more information, please visit larryscountrydiner.com. “Larry’s Country Diner” is a product of Gabriel Communications. Owned and operated by longtime disc jockey Larry Black, Gabriel Communications was created in 1996 and specialized in “Reunion” videos. The success of these videos spurred the creation of more than a dozen more “Country’s Family Reunion” projects, featuring hundreds of songs and stories as well as Country’s Family Reunion News, a monthly newspaper which highlights the music of yesteryear. For more information on “Country’s Family Reunion” products, please visit: cfrvideos.com.
COUNTRY SUPERSTAR LORRIE MORGAN REVISITS HER CAREER-MAKING SINGLES AND SOME INSPIRATIONAL FAVORITES ON THE NEW COLLECTION A PICTURE OF ME LOS ANGELES, Calif. (March 21, 2016) – She is one of the best-selling female artists in country music history, who began her career with a record-setting bang, releasing three consecutive platinum albums beginning with 1989’s Leave The Light On followed by Something In Red, then Watch Me. She became the first female in the history of country music to achieve three platinum albums in a row. In that short time, Lorrie Morgan became not just a country superstar but a household name, thanks to such blockbuster radio-friendly singles as “Five Minutes,” “Something In Red,” “A Picture Of Me (Without You),” and “Watch Me.” Now, Morgan revisits these colossal career-making hits and several more on a new album called A Picture Of Me – Greatest Hits & More in stores NOW! It is released by Goldenlane Records. Download the digital version on iTunes and Amazon, and purchase a physical copy here. [bctt tweet=”Get all of @TheLorrieMorgan’s greatest hits on one brand-new CD #APictureOfMe AVAILABLE NOW!”] The album, which also includes lush renditions of country classics by Tammy Wynette and George Jones, showcases Morgan’s maturity over the years, as she brings new levels of emotion and expression to these songs about love and heartache, two things that country music really does best. And for her longtime supporters, the international following of fans and friends who have stuck by her through the years, Morgan proudly presents a special set of four brand new acoustic tracks heard only on this release, all of which were written by her late husband and country star Keith Whitley. Tracklisting for A Picture Of Me – Greatest Hits & More 1. “Watch Me” 2. “Something In Red” 3. “Don’t Worry Baby” 4. “Good As I Was To You” 5. “Till I Can Make It On My Own” 6. “Five Minutes” 7. “Except For Monday” 8. “A Picture Of Me (Without You)” 9. “Loving You Could Never Be Better” 10. “What Part Of No” 11. “Here Comes My Baby” 12. “Take Me To Your World” 13. “Wherever You Are Tonight” 14. “I Went Crazy For Awhile” 15. “Mirror, Mirror” 16. “Hopelessly Yours” Upcoming Tour Dates March 19 Georgia National Fairgrounds – Perry, Ga. March 25 Golden Nugget – Las Vegas, Nev. April 02 Grand Ole Opry – Nashville, Tenn. April 07 Ryman Auditorium – Nashville, Tenn. April 15 The Calumet Theatre – Calumet, Mich. April 16 Grand Casino – Hinckley, Minn. April 22 Shooting Star Casino – Mahnomen, Minn. April 23 HCGWD Events Center – Baraboo, Wis. May 28 The Franklin Theatre – Franklin, Tenn. June 04 The Murphy Theatre – Wilmington, Ohio July 15 Shawnee Bluff Vineyard – Eldon, Mo. Aug. 05 Bemus Bay Pops – Bemus Point, N.Y. Aug. 06 Schoharie County Sunshine Fair – Cobleskill, N.Y. Aug. 07 Rams Head On Stage – Annapolis, M.D. Sept. 03 Lancaster Fair – Lancaster, N.H. Oct. 29 Blue Gate Theater – Shipshewana, Ind. Stay up-to-date on all of Lorrie Morgan’s forthcoming new projects on her Continue reading LORRIE MORGAN REVISITS HER CAREER-MAKING SINGLES AND SOME INSPIRATIONAL FAVORITES ON THE NEW COLLECTION ‘A PICTURE OF ME’
LORRIE MORGAN TO RELEASE FIRST SOLO ALBUM IN FIVE YEARS Letting Go… Slow Out February 12 on Shanachie Entertainment “I have been a daughter, a bride, a mother, a divorcee, a widow, a single mother, a grandmother, a breadwinner, and, ultimately a survivor. It seems, in many ways, I am a living, breathing country song, and I know what I sing.” – Lorrie Morgan NASHVILLE, Tenn. (December 21, 2015) – Lorrie Morgan dominated the 90s with top-charting hits like “What Part Of No,” “Except For Monday,” “Five Minutes,” and “Watch Me,” and celebrates a career spanning four decades with over 8 million albums sold. A multiple Female Vocalist Of The Year Award-Winner, she is the first female country star in history to have ever garnered three consecutive albums certified Platinum. In 2016, the country music songstress is back with her first solo album in five years. Morgan will release Letting Go… Slow on February 12, 2016 on Shanachie Entertainment. The album follows her collaboration album, Dos Divas, released with Pam Tillis in 2013. [bctt tweet=”@TheLorrieMorgan to release first solo album in five years February 12, 2016 on @ShanachieEnt! #LettingGoSlow”] Letting Go… Slow features 12 tracks, some upbeat and sassy like her top hits “What Part Of No,” and “Five Minutes,” others pensive and heart-rending. Produced by Richard Landis, (whose credits include some of Morgan’s top hits, Vince Gill, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band), the album seemingly takes on some of Morgan’s most challenging life experiences through song in soulful ballads like “What I’d Say,” “Slow,” and a powerful cover of Larry Gatlin and The Gatlin Brothers’ “I’ve Done Enough Dying Today.” She’s witty and radiant on “Jesus and Hairspray,” embraces the classic country sound on “Strange,” and expands her musical depth on a cover of Bob Dylan’s classic, “Lay Lady Lay.” The keen production on each track highlights her signature vocals, which have long been praised by critics. “There’s a dark grain to her voice, a fine, sandpaper edge that imbues her strong, clear pipes with subtle grit. She’s one of the most distinctive singers of contemporary country, a subtle interpreter who is at her best when explicating sorrows large and small,” wrote CMT. American Music Channel added, “Veterans of the singing business shouldn’t look nor sound as good as Lorrie Morgan, but then again, she was never exactly your typical Nashville singer.” The daughter of late country star George Morgan, Morgan made her Opry debut at the age of 13 and was one of the youngest to ever be inducted as a lifetime member, at age 24. She celebrated multiple top-charting hits including “I Didn’t Know My Own Strength,” “I Guess You Had To Be There,” “Something In Red,” among many others. She is a four-time Female Vocalist Of The Year Award-Winner, and in 1994, she garnered CMA’s Album Of The Year Award for Common Thread. In 1990, Morgan and her late husband, Keith Whitley, took home the CMA Award for Vocal Event Of The Year for “Til A Continue reading LORRIE MORGAN TO RELEASE FIRST SOLO ALBUM IN FIVE YEARS