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Nashville on the Road

(ended 1983)



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Nashville on the Road was a country music series taped at amusement & theme parks throughout North America. Jim Ed Brown hosted the series from 1975 through 1981. The first season regulars were Jim Ed Brown, Jerry Clower and The Cates Sisters. Singer Helen Cornelius joined Jim Ed Brown and Jerry Clower for the series' second season. Wendy Holcombe, a young banjo player, became a regular around the third season. Prior to that, Holcombe was a frequent Nashville on the Road guest.
Jim Stafford took over as host in Fall 1981. He hosted the series until 1983, when Nashville on the Road ended its 8-year run.
Note: As with most 1970s syndicated series, there were no official air dates. Whenever possible, we will try to list the earliest known air date for each episode.
According to one source, there were 208 total episodes of Nashville on the Road, which would be 26 shows per season.moreless
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  • Nashville on the Road: GREAT SHOW

    Nashville on the Road is probably one of the greatest country music shows made. Each week, the cast taped the show at a different location, so it wasn't just a boring studio set. Everybody was wonderful, but it seems that the series lost luster after Jim Stafford took over hosting. But still a great show. It's being re aired on RFD-TV.

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