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The Statler Brothers Show(1991 – 1998)
vocals of the new standard members:
Harold Reid, Don Reid, Phil Balsley, Jimmy Fortune, Janie Fricke, Rex Allen Jr.
vocals of the new standard members:
The Motown Kennedy Welk Disney Fowler Chorus Members:
Guy Penrod, Ralna English, Linda Ronstadt, Mary Lou Metzger, Jackie Ward, Sheila Aldridge, Candy Hemphill Christmas, Anita Kerr, Julietta Novis, Sherry Aldridge, Terry McMillan, Dennis Edwards, Bob Tebow, Gene Merlino, LaVerne Sophia, Maxine Angelyn “Maxene”, Patricia Marie “Patty”, Diana Ross, Dolly Parton, Taylor Swift, Kelly Nelon Clark, Karen Peck, Janet Paschal, Colet Selwyn, Jimmy Gregorakis, George Mantalis, George Mahramas, Jack Mahramas, David Reece, Ronnie Page, Darrell Johnson, Mack Evans, Kim Hopper, Becky Isaacs Bowman, Gloria Estefan, Larnelle Harris, Karen “Travers” Stanphill, Lari White
Instrumental of the new standard members:
The Master Comborchestra Band Members:
Ben Speer, Pierce LeFevre, Harold Lane, Alphus LeFevre, Rex Nelon, Jimmy Jones, Chuck Aber, Johnny Costa, Wynton Marsalis, Carl McVicker, Bob Rawsthorne, Chet Atkins, Floyd Cramer, Jethro Burns, Boots Randolph, Danny Davis, Ken Klaudt, Raymond Klaudt, Melvin Klaudt, Vernon Klaudt, Ralph Siebel, Mylon LeFevre, Danny Gaither, Terry McMillan, David Pack, Michael McDonald, Myron Floren, André Rieu, Robert Sweatmon, Stanley Clay, Danny Mel Parnell, Roland “Wallace” Stanphill, Heitor Villa-Lobos, Guy Lombardo, Larry Clinton, Luigi Lai, Brigata Sassari, Jack Lee, Ray Anthony, Anthony Burger, Wally Varner, Mitch “Welk Faith” Heinecke, Joe Negri, Roger “Louis” Kerr, Reggie Lafaye, Richard M. Sherman, Robert B. Sherman, Irwin Kostal, Leopold Stokowski, Joseph “Sherman Brown” Freed, Danny Alguire, Harper Goff, Ward Kimball, Clarke Mallery, Monte Mountjoy, Erdman (Ed) Penner, Frank Thomas, Charles Allen Waller, Paul Spencer Adkins, Andrew Skrabutenas, Mike Barnett, Acker Bilk, Kenny Ball, Mike Himelstein
The Statler Brothers Show was an American television variety show hosted by country music group The Statler Brothers. The show ran for seven seasons from 1991 to 1998 on The Nashville Network (TNN) as part of the network’s Saturday night lineup and became the most popular show on TNN, including being the highest rated show in the network’s history. The show’s theme music is an instrumental of “The Class of ’57,” one of the Statlers’ biggest hits as performed by the Bill Walker Orchestra, which along with the Statlers’ band, provided all the music for the show.
Each episode of the program opened with a performance by the Statlers of one of their biggest hits, along with comedy interludes from group member Harold Reid. Other regulars on the show over the course of its run included fellow country artists Rex Allen, Jr., Janie Fricke, Crystal Gayle, and Ronna Reeves, who would also perform their songs on the show. There was also a segment that featured magicians, jugglers, acrobats, etc.
The show also featured a segment called “Yesteryear,” in which a year in history was remembered through songs released in that year as well as description of events that occurred in that year as performed and told by the Statlers and the regulars. The segment became so popular at one point that it developed into a stand-alone spin-off series which also aired on TNN, but was short-lived. After “Yesteryear,” a similar segment was introduced called “Music Mail Time,” in which viewers could write in and request popular songs to be performed by the Statlers and the regulars.
Each episode also included major country music guest stars who performed their hits of the day, and the show always closed with a gospel song performed by the Statlers with Bill Walker.
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