This movie tells the intersecting stories of various people connected to the music business in Nashville. Barbara Jean is the reigning queen of Nashville but is near collapse. Linnea and Delbert Reese have a shaky marriage and 2 deaf children. Opal is a British journalist touring the area. These and other stories come together in a dramatic climax.
A Kentucky-born maiden realizes her dream of becoming a country music star. However, she discovers that her single-minded determination has caused her to lose things far more precious than fame or money when she gets involved with a group of corrupt music executives.
Biography of Loretta Lynn, a country and western singer that came from poverty to fame.
A crime thriller/family drama set against the backdrop of southern organized crime and Nashville royalty where music, love, hope and tragedy collide. Created as a pilot for a TV Series which was not taken up, this has now been aired as a TV Movie.
'Whispering' Bob Harris journeys to America's country music capital to reveal why Nashville became Music City USA. From the beginnings of the Grand Ole Opry on commercial radio, through the threatening onset of rock 'n' roll in the 1950s, right up to the modern mainstream hits of Music Row, this is the story of how music has shaped Nashville and why today it's a place of pilgrimage for musicians from all over the world. As well as iconic venues on Lower Broadway and the historic hit factories of 16th Avenue, Bob also explores the East Nashville music scene and discovers a rebellious flipside to the country coin. With exclusive performances from the city's top talent, Bob explains why country music owes its enduring success to Nashville's unique nurturing community of songwriters. Includes interviews with Emmylou Harris, Duane Eddy, Dave Stewart and Rosanne Cash.
In February of 2013, the Barnes Brothers attempted to shoot a documentary about the lives of Todd Snider, Elizabeth Cook and other touring songwriters residing in the burgeoning East Nashville neighborhood. They failed. Instead, drugs and booze took over. They ended up with: East Nashville Tonight
Iconic entertainer Reba McEntire, who returns as host for a second year, will also perform during the holiday music special. Joining Reba are legendary acts and country favorites taking the stage for a night filled with Christmas classics and festive one-of-a-kind collaborations.
Down a dusty road in the deep South, wanders a young man, Arlin Grove, with a guitar and his earthly belongings on his back, just released from the U. A. Army, with no place to go. When a Hootenanny comes to town, it just discovered that Arlin not only has an exciting voice, he also is a gifted guitar player. He is soon appearing on the Grand Ole Opry stage in Nashville.
Strikeforce: Nashville was a Strikeforce mixed martial arts event held on April 17, 2010 at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee, United States and broadcast domestically on CBS.
The Untold Story Of Their Journey To Fame
Country music star Waylon Jennings may no longer be with us, but his legend will live on. His legacy is evident in this video homage -- a complement to the audio box set of the same name. The historical profile combines live stage performances and rare footage of the man behind the entertainer. Fans will delight in watching previously unreleased performance tracks from the musical icon, including "Ramblin' Man" and "Good-Hearted Woman."
Interviews and performances with Nashville celebrities and hopefuls from the late 1960's era of the Nashville music scene. Featured performers include Porter Waggoner, Tex Ritter, Dolly Parton, Roy Acuff, Lester Flatt, Earl Scruggs, Johnny Cash, Charley Pride, Jeannie C. Riley, Loretta Lynn, Bill Monroe, and more.
A Hollywood film company wants to make a movie about country music and sends Doodles Weaver to round up talent to appear. A host of then-current country stars perform their hits.
Documentary about the making of the film Nashville.
From Nashville With Music is another slim plot that gives an excuse for Nashville country stars to perform. The stars are Leo G. Carroll, Marilyn Maxwell, Jose Gonzalez-Gonzalez, Marty Robbins (singing "El Paso"), Buddy Allen, Bill Anderson, Don Gibson, Merle Haggard, George Jones, Cousin Jody, Buck Owens, Bonnie Owens, Charley Pride, Susan Raye, Carl Smith, Wynn Stewart and Tammy Wynette. (from http://archive.tennessean.com/article/20070511/SPECIAL0907/705110501/1969-Movie-From-Nashville-Music)
Join country musicians Emmylou Harris and Wynonna, as well as Pam Tillis, Lorrie Morgan, bluegrass singers Dailey & Vincent, and Ashley Cleveland for an evening of country Christmas music and holiday cheer.
On this TNN special first aired in 2000, the Players welcome as their guests several artists with whom they've recorded: Shawn Colvin, Peter Frampton, Vince Gill and Travis Tritt as well as legendary session man Jim Horn (Joe Crocker, George Harrison).
This DVD features Nashville Pussy rifling through 19 blistering songs at the Key Club in Hollywood. Blaine Cartwright, Ruyter Suys, Jeremy Thompson, and newcomer Karen Cuda, give the crowd exactly what they want and more. All your favorite tracks are here, plus a bonus feature entitled "Pussy Home Movies" has been added. So sit back, grab your bottle of whatever, and let the pussy do the work!
Brian Wilson and the boys of summer add a pinch of down-home twang to their classic harmonies with the help of country music's finest. In this 1996 recording session for the album "Stars and Stripes," The Beach Boys rework 12 of their songs, including "409" (with Junior Brown), "The Warmth of the Sun" (with Willie Nelson), "In My Room" (with Tammy Wynette), "Don't Worry Baby" (with Lorrie Morgan), and "I Get Around" (with Sawyer Brown).
Everyone knows Elvis Presley’s In the Ghetto and A Little Less Conversation. But who wrote those songs? That was Mac Davis, and almost no one has heard of him. He shares this fate with dozens of other songwriters who have been responsible for massive hits. Coincidentally, many of them live in Nashville, Tennessee – though this documentary reveals that isn’t quite as accidental as it seems.
Rayna Jaymes and Juliette Barnes face personal and professional challenges as they navigate their paths as artists and individuals. Surrounding them, and often complicating their lives, are their family, friends and, in some cases, lovers, as well as the up-and-coming performers and songwriters trying to get ahead in the business. In Nashville, musicians and songwriters are at the heart of the storm driven by their own ambitions. Some are fueled by their creativity and passion for fame. Others struggle to cope with the pressures of success and are doing everything in their power to stay on top.
Nashville is an American reality television/soap opera series featuring several aspiring country music artists. The show, which was based in Nashville, Tennessee, aired on Fox Broadcasting Company for two episodes prior to its cancellation.
The musical struggles and victories of an aspiring young female country singer destined for stardom and a male songwriter who's trying to find his way.
Page Turner and DeRon Jenkins are busy house flippers in Nashville and Atlanta - and, they also happen to be exes. With a decade of partnership, this duo knows the real estate game inside and out, and they're willing to fight the market - and maybe each other -- to get top dollar and return on their investment.
Nashville Star is an American reality television program. It was last produced and transmitted during mid-2008 on NBC, following five seasons on USA Network. It premiered on March 8, 2003, and its five seasons on USA made it the longest-running competition series on cable television. In Canada, the show aired on CMT through season 5, but moved to E! beginning with season 6. CMT in the United States reaired each episode in season 6. It was similar to American Idol, in that performers had to sing to impress both celebrity judges and the public via call-in and/or internet votes. Unlike American Idol, however, the performers were limited to country music. This restriction was relaxed for Season 6, allowing for the finalists to choose from many genres of music, but the songs were arranged to maintain a country sound. On March 13, 2009, it was confirmed that the series had been canceled by NBC and would not be returning for a seventh season.
Nashville Now is an American talk show that focused on country music performers in the style of The Tonight Show. The show aired live on weeknights on TNN from 1983-1993. The host was Nashville TV/radio personality Ralph Emery. The show won several Emmy awards during its run. A frequent guest and substitute host was Shotgun Red, a puppet performed by bandleader Steve Hall. It originated from TNN's studio at Opryland USA in Nashville, which, from 1998 to 2010, was the only remaining standing structure from the Opryland Themepark. It was demolished after suffering heavy damage in the 2010 Tennessee floods. Reruns of Nashville Now were added to the relaunched Nashville Network on November 1, 2012.
That Nashville Music was an American television program featuring country music performers singing their biggest hits. The series aired in syndication from 1970 through 1985. Early in the series run, the series was hosted by country music star Dave Dudley. In later years, guest performers - usually two or three per episode - were featured. A broad range of singers and groups were featured, from the legends and current superstars to up-and-coming acts. The final act of each episode featured cloggers, a group of eight to 16 country music tap dancers. The series was distributed by Show Biz Inc., and produced at Opryland USA in Nashville, Tennessee. Purina Dog Chow was the show's sponsor.