Pop! Goes the Country - Season 7

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(ended 1983)

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Episode Guide

  • The Kendalls / Razzy Bailey
    2/28/81
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    Tom's guests, this week, are The Kendalls, and Razzy Bailey. Performances include Tom's Son Of Clayton Delaney, and Country Is, The Kendalls' Gone Away, and Put It Off Until Tomorrow, and Bailey's I Keep Coming Back, and Loving Up A Storm.

  • Hank Williams Jr. & Stephanie Winslow
    2/21/81
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  • Emmylou Harris & Mundo Earwood
    2/14/81
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  • Chet Atkins / Dave And Sugar
    2/7/81
    5.0

    This week, Tom welcomes guests Chet Atkins, and Dave And Sugar. Performances include 2 pieces from Atkins, and Dave And Sugar's A Love Song, and their #1 hit: Golden Tears.

  • Jimmy Dean / Bobby Bare
    1/31/81
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    This week, Tom welcomes guests Jimmy Dean, and Bobby Bare. Performances include Bobby's Food Blues, Tom's Your Man Loves You, Honey, and Jimmy joins Bobby and Tom for Are You From Dixie?.

  • Bill Monroe & Jeannie C. Riley
    1/24/81
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  • Rex Allen Jr. & Jeanne Pruett
    1/17/81
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  • Mel Tillis & Louise Mandrell
    1/10/81
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  • Don Williams / Susie Allanson
    1/3/81
    6.0

    Tom's guests this week: Don Williams and Susie Allanson. Performances include Tom's Deal, Don's Good Ole Boys Like Me, and Love Me Over Again, Susie's While I Was Makin' Love To You, and Dance The Two Step, and a duet by Don and Tom on Tulsa Time.

  • Brenda Lee / Al Downing
    12/27/80
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    Tom welcomes guests Brenda Lee and 'Big' Al Downing. Performances include Lee's Don't Promise Me Anything (Do It), and The Cowgirl And The Dandy, Downing's I Ain't No Fool, and Beer Drinking People, and Tom's Back When Gas Was Thirty Cents A Gallon.

  • Ray Stevens / Wendy Holcombe
    12/20/80
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    Tom's guests this week: Ray Stevens, and Wendy Holcombe. Performances include Ray's You've Got The Music Inside, and Sunday Morning Coming Down, Wendy's Rocky Top, and Tom's duets with Stevens on It's Hard To Be Humble, and with Holcombe on Foggy Mountain Breakdown.

  • Michael Murphey & Lacy J. Dalton
    12/13/80
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  • B.J. Thomas & Helen Hudson
    12/6/80
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  • George Jones & Jan Howard
    11/29/80
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  • Johnny Rodriguez / Connie Cato
    11/22/80
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    Tom's guest, this week: Johnny Rodriguez. Performances include Johnny's 'Love, Look At Us Now', and 'Ridin' My Thumb To Mexico', and Tom's classic: 'I Like Beer'.

  • Billy Craddock / Sylvia
    11/15/80
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    Tom's guests, this week, are Billy 'Crash' Craddock, and Sylvia. Performances include Craddock's I've Got The Music In Me, I Just Had You On My Mind, and Sea Cruise, Sylvia's It Don't Hurt To Dream, and Tom's The Great East Broadway Onion Championship 1978.

  • The Glaser Brothers
    The Glaser Brothers
    Episode 10
    11/8/80
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    Tom welcomes guests Gail Davies, Tompall Glaser, and brothers Jim Glaser, and Chuck Glaser. Performances include the Glasers' Weight Of My Chains, Tom's I Can't Dance, and Davies' Good Lovin' Man.

  • Cristy Lane, Ed Bruce, & Dick Feller
    11/1/80
    0.0
  • Terry Bradshaw & Zella Lehr
    10/25/80
    0.0
  • Sonny James / Lorrie Mahaffey
    10/18/80
    0.0

    Tom welcomes guests Sonny James and Lorrie Mahaffey. Performances include Tom's Faster Horses, Sonny's Down To My Last Goodbye, and A World Of Our Own, Lorrie's Pretty As A Picture, and a duet with Sonny and Tom, on Bright Lights, Big City.

  • Anson Williams & Sheila Andrews
    10/11/80
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  • T.G. Sheppard & Ruby Falls
    10/4/80
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  • The Statler Brothers / Foster Brooks
    9/27/80
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    The Statlers open with 'One More Day Behind Me' - Tom interviews Harold and Don Reid - Tom sings the John Prine composition 'Paradise' - The Statlers sing 'Nobody Wants To Be Country' - Tom interviews Lew DeWitt and Phil Balsley - The Statlers sing Don Reid's composition: 'Don't Forget Yourself' - Foster Brooks does his famous drunk act with Don Reid, then sings 'Release Me' - Tom closes with 'Your Birthday Is Special To Me'.

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  • Jim Ed Brown & Helen Cornelius
    9/20/80
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  • Alabama / Bobby Goldsboro
    9/13/80
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    Tom opens with ‘Mabel, You Have Been A Friend To Me’ – Bobby Goldsboro sings ‘Goodbye Marie’ – Tom interviews Bobby – Alabama performs ‘Tennessee River’ – Tom interviews Randy Owen – Bobby sings ‘Green-Eyed Woman’ – Tom and Bobby sing Tom’s composition ‘I Love’ – Alabama closes with ‘Why Lady Why’.

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  • Boots Randolph & Carol Chase
    9/6/80
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    Tom T. Hall - Jesus On The Radio (Daddy On The Phone
    Boots Randolph - Instrumental (Unknown Title)
    Carol Chase - This Must Be My Ship
    Tom T. Hall & Boots Randolph -  Foggy Mountain Breakdown (Really short, about a half a minute)
    Boots Randolph - Ode To Billy Joe
    Carol Chase - Sexy Song