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October 6, 1991 | SUSAN KING
This week, the Statler Brothers--Don and Harold Reid, Jimmy Fortune and Phil Balsley--are starring in The Nashville Network's first original variety series. "The Statler Bros. Show.", which tapes in Nashville, Tenn., will feature such country greats as the Oak Ridge Boys, Charley Pride, Jerry Lee Lewis, the Gatlins, Conway Twitty, Jimmy Dean, Roger Miller and Ricky Skaggs. Barbara Mandrell is the guest on Saturday's opener.
September 13, 1992 | N.F. MENDOZA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Look for specials this TV season with themes of comedy and politics Awards Lorianne Crook and Charlie Chase host the "CMA Awards Preview '92," Sept. 26, The Nashville Network. "The 26th Annual Country Music Association Awards" will be broadcast from the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, Sept. 30, CBS. "The 15th Annual Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts," December, CBS. Comedy "Tom Arnold: The Naked Truth 2," Sunday, HBO.
October 19, 2012 | By Mikael Wood
Brad Paisley estimates that he and his family spend a third of their time in Los Angeles -- most of it scheduled, he says, to "get away from the unbearable heat and the cold of winter" in their other home in Nashville. Even so, the country star has never seen a show at the Hollywood Bowl, where he's set to bring his Virtual Reality tour on Saturday night. "I know all about the venue, so I'm really excited about it," he said Thursday in a phone call from Chula Vista. Paisley added that although he would've liked to have spent longer in the Southland, he's headed back to Tennessee following Saturday's concert in order to prepare for next month's Country Music Association Awards.
Each year, the Academy Awards season seems to drag on longer and longer as Hollywood stages one black-tie gala after another to honor the year's best achievements in film. The pre-Oscar buzz generated by these star-studded affairs has given shows such as the Golden Globe Awards a status and influence that can affect the Academy Awards race. Now, the American Film Institute is planning to launch its own prime-time televised awards show Jan.
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