The Roys' make an Impromptu Appearance On RFD-TV's Larry's Country Diner Tomorrow Night

Lee and Elaine Roy were spotted on the set during an August taping of Larry's Country Diner, and show host Larry Black invited them to perform. "It was totally unexpected," laughs Elaine Roy.
Leona Williams looks on as The Roys perform "Give A Ride To The Devil" on Larry's Country Diner.
L-R: Leona, Elaine, Lee and fiddler Clint White.

"We were really lucky our fiddle player Clint White happened to be with us." Leona Williams was the show's featured guest that day, but the grand lady of Country graciously made way for the Bluegrass/Roots duo.

The Roys rose to the occasion with a rousing rendition of "Give A Ride To The Devil" from their current Rural Rhythm Records' CD, LONESOME WHISTLE. "And we didn't leave until we'd gotten our fill of the Diner's awesome cheeseburgers and chocolate pie," adds Lee Roy. This is The Roys' second appearance on the popular RFD-TV show this year.

AIR DATES/TIMES (more info at www.larryscountrydiner.com):
Thursday, October 27th at 7:00 p.m. CDT
Friday, October 28th at 9:00 a.m. CDT
Saturday, October 29th at 10:00 p.m. CDT

Lee and Elaine are the reigning Inspirational Country Music Duo of the Year, and are in the running for three additional ICM awards this year: Vocal Duo of the Year, Inspirational Bluegrass Artist and Inspirational Country Song ("I Wonder What God's Thinking"). The Roys will perform on this year's show, which will be held in Nashville on Friday, October 28at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center.

The duo heads back out on the road on October 29 for shows in Alabama, Minnesota, Kentucky, Florida and Virginia. These dates follow a hectic summer of high-profile performances at Country Thunder Festival USA (where they opened for Lady Antebellum), Dollywood, Dogwood Park Concert Series, and numerous other festivals and events. The Roys have appeared on several Fox Television Network shows, Daily Buzz, ABC-TV's What's The Buzz, Daytime, GAC-TV, and other national programs.

Fans can catch up with all the news and The Roys' complete itinerary by going totheroysonline.com.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I thought it was disrespectful to Leona. They've been on the show already, so why did they need to step in when viewers are wanting to listen to Leona? I thought it was a bad move. I didn't like it, and I didn't appreciate the cut in my Leona Williams time. For what it's worth, I didn't see much bluegrass there. I would compare them to something like The Band Perry.