Nashville, TN -- Country music legend Steve Wariner will make his debut appearance on “Reno’s Old Time Music” on the RFD-TV network this Saturday, April 12, at 7:00 PM/EDT (6:00 PM/CDT). Wariner will sing some of his greatest hits on the program. The show will re-air on Sunday, April 13 at 2:30 AM/EDT (1:30 AM/CDT).
Wariner performed two of his biggest hits on the show: his No. 1 hit “Holes in the Floor of Heaven,” which was named both CMA and ACM Song of the Year in 1998, and one of his signature songs: the No. 1 hit “Life’s Highway.” He also performed “Arrows at Airplanes” and “’48 Ford” from his current album It Ain’t All Bad, and his instrumental “6120” from his classic GRAMMY Award-winning Steve Wariner c.g.p….My Tribute to Chet Atkins CD which was recently added to the music catalog available at all Cracker Barrel Old Country Store locations. Talented instrumentalist Jimmy Mattingly joined Wariner for most of the performances.
Ronnie Reno has been an entertainer for over 35 years, having first started with his father, the legendary Don Reno and then playing many years with The Osborne Brothers and Merle Haggard. It is this heritage, along with his own talent, that enables Ronnie to book the biggest names in both the acoustic and bluegrass fields.
Each show begins with a performance by Ronnie and his band, The Reno Tradition, followed by a performance and a short interview from the weekly guest. The guests then return to the Main Stage for more performances, leading into the Super Pickers segment. In following Ronnie's long held tradition, he then joins his guests back on the Main Stage for a sterling close out performance.
Needless to say, this fast-paced format, along with the quality of Ronnie's guests and their performances, are why "Reno's Old Time Music" consistently garners huge television audiences on a weekly basis! To find RFD-TV in your local viewing area, visit www.rfdtv.com.
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