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David and Jo Frizzell To Join ‘Sweethearts’ on Country’s Family Reunion

Tune in to RFD-TV in February for Performances and Love Advice From Some of Country Music’s Most Admired Couples

Whether he or she is your “darling,” “sweetheart,” “honey,” or “angel,” it’s time for a romantic night in with that special someone, as Country’s Family Reunion celebrates love, and love in music, with the premiere of “Sweethearts.” A two-part special featuring some of country music’s most admired couples performing together and sharing the depths of their romance as it relates to everyday couples across America, “Sweethearts” will air on February 6 and February 13 at 8 p.m. ET/ 7 p.m. CT on RFD-TV.

The show’s line-up includes real-life couples and country music greats T. Graham and Sheila Brown, TG Sheppard and Kelly Lang, Ricky Skaggs and Sharon White, Linda Davis and Lang Scott, Jimmy and Nina Fortune, David and Jo Frizzell, Sonya Isaacs and Jimmy Yeary, Duane and Norah Lee Allen, Joey + Rory and Larry and Janis Gatlin. The couples will come together on stage for the one-of-a-kind event featuring duet performances of some of the genre’s most iconic love songs.

“Watching ‘Sweethearts’ is like sitting with these performers in their living room and overhearing their love stories. I don’t think a musical event like this has ever been done before,” said Country’s Family Reunion producer Larry Black.

Tune in to Country’s Family Reunion “Sweethearts”:
February 6 – 8 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. CT
February 13 – 8 p.m. ET / 7 p.m. CT

Hosted by Hall of Fame Inductee “Whispering” Bill Anderson, Country’s Family Reunion brings America’s most treasured artists in traditional Country, Gospel and Bluegrass music together in one room to reunite and reminisce about their careers, perform signature songs and share stories, testimonies and songs while the cameras roll.

About Gabriel Communications and 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 theater shows and ocean cruises by the ever-growing fan base. For additional information on Gabriel Communications, or to purchase music products, please visit cfrvideos.com.




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