TV Alerts: Frankie Ballard, Steve Cropper, and Clay Walker

The holiday season means extra time on the couch recovering from large meals, and fans of country will be pleased to know some of their favorite artists will be hitting the airwaves in the next few days.

Frankie Ballard

Warner Music’s guitar hero Frankie Ballard will make his national television debut December 22, when he performs his hit “A Buncha Girls” on The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson. Shortly after, Ballard will open for Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Famer Bob Seger at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on December 28.

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Steve Cropper

Another Nashville guitar hero will appear on late night television, when Steve Cropper sits in with The Roots on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon on December 23. During the broadcast, Cropper will be backed by The Roots as they play some of his classic tracks, as well as new songs from his album Dedicated: A Tribute To The 5 Royales.

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Clay Walker

Earlier on December 23, Clay Walker will visit the Rachael Ray Show and perform his new single “Like We Never Said Goodbye.” The episode is scheduled to air at 9 am CT (check local listings), and was taped in front of an audience made up of military personnel. Walker’s performance will be intertwined with special video footage sent in from military families. Fans can also catch Walker playing co-host to Nan Kelly on the Holiday Notes From Home Christmas concert airing on GAC throughout December.

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Way Out West recording artist Shawna Russell recently hosted The Country Network’s “Breaking Out” on December 5 and December 12. The weekly program airs Tuesdays at 7 pm and streams at 6 pm at tcncountry.com.

(L-R): TCN EVP of Programming and Artist Relations Cary Rolfe; Shawna Russell; Way Out West Managing Partner Clif Doyal; and Way Out West VP Artist Development, Promotion & Marketing Mike Severson

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