Ray Stevens’ Show Moving To Public Television

ray-stevens-2016Ray Stevens will bring his half-hour weekly television show to Public Television starting in January 2017. Initially aired as Ray Stevens Nashville on RFD-TV, the nationally syndicated show has been expanded and will rebrand as Ray Stevens CabaRay Nashville.

Recorded at his Music Row television studio, Ray Stevens CabaRay Nashville spotlights some of pop and country music’s most well-known singers and songwriters. The show features Stevens, backed by his ace house band, performing many of his classic hit songs including “Gitarzan,” “The Streak,” “Everything Is Beautiful,” and “Mississippi Squirrel Revival.” Plus, there’s often a “Video Jukebox” segment featuring Stevens’ many comedy video hits.

Ray Stevens CabaRay Nashville will air weekly on Public Television affiliate stations starting Jan. 6. Check local listings for air dates and times.

Also, Stevens recently broke ground on Ray Stevens CabaRay, a 27,000-square-foot music venue set to make its Nashville debut in 2017.

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