Big TV Taping Day for Roys Fans–Two Shows This Saturday!

Image634740576917889249Bluegrass stars THE ROYS make two national TV appearances this Saturday, June 2, as they are guests on both RFD-TV's Reno's Old Time Music Festival and the PBS Special, Pa's Fiddle: America's Music.

Reno's Old Time Music Festival, hosted by Bluegrass legend Ronnie Reno, features THE ROYS singing five songs from their current CD, LONESOME WHISTLE.

On the PBS Special, Pa's Fiddle: Charles Ingalls, American Fiddler Lee and Elaine  perform songs unique to the project: Buffalo Guys and Gum Tree Canoe.

Reno’s Old Time Music Festival , seen by nearly 20 million viewers each week, is one of the most dynamic, acoustic music programs on television. Each episode contains stunning performances, historical footage, in-depth interviews and a deep respect for the heritage of Bluegrass music. THE ROYS' segment airs Saturday, June 2 at 6 p.m. CDT/ 7 p.m. EDT.  You’ll be able to see the Roys perform from their Rural Rhythm album's title track; their current single, Trailblazer; their #1 hit, Coal Minin' Man; the driving up-tempo Nothin' I Can Do About It Now, and the contemplative, I Wonder What God's Thinkin'. Check www.rfdtv.com for more specific local listings in your area.

The PBS Special, Pa's Fiddle: Charles Ingalls, American Fiddler, is the brain-child of Dr. Dale Cockrell, director of MTSU's Center for Popular Music and scholar of the songs embedded in the LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE books.

In January the Roys joined Randy Travis, Ronnie Milsap and numerous other stars for the taping of the Special, which raised the rafters of the Loveless Barn outside of Nashville.

The PBS show airs Saturday, June 2, at 7 p.m. CDT/ 8 p.m. EDT.  Check local PBS Schedules HERE.

Fans can learn more about this unique tribute to the music of Laura Ingalls Wilder and the program HERE

Fans can find all the news on Lee and Elaine at www.theroysonline.com.  

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