Pop! Goes the Country - Season 8

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(ended 1983)

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Episode Guide

  • Jim Ed Brown & Peggy Forman
    2/27/82
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  • Mel Tillis / Dian Hart / Corbin & Hanner

    Tom welcomes guests Mel Tillis, country duo Corbin and Hanner, and Dian Hart. Performances include Mel's Midnight, Me, And The Blues, and Corbin and Hanner's Livin' The Good Life.

  • Johnny Cash / Norma Jean Parker
    2/13/82
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    This week's show features a remote appearance of Johnny Cash, from his Cedar Hill Refuge, in Hendersonville, Tennessee, and guest Norma Jean Parker. Performances include Tom's Folsom Prison Blues, and Johnny's It Comes And Goes, and The Reverend Mr. Black, Norma Jean's Somebody's Knockin', and the three team up on Daddy Sang Bass, plus, Johnny conducts a brief tour of his museum in Hendersonville.

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  • Johnny Rodriguez / Minnie Pearl
    2/6/82
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    Tom's guests, this week: Johnny Rodriguez, and Minnie Pearl. Performances include Tom's Six Days On The Road, and Won't You Come Home, Bill Bailey, Johnny's I Want You Tonight, and Trying Not To Love You, a duet by Johnny and Tom on Ridin' My Thumb To Mexico, and some of Minnie's down home humor.

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  • Bill Anderson & Dottsy
    1/30/82
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  • Alabama / Boxcar Willie
    1/23/82
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    Tom opens with ‘Just Bummin’ Around’ – Alabama performs their hit ‘Love In The First Degree’ – Boxcar Willie sings ‘There’s Nothin’ Like A Good Old Country Song’ – Tom plays the banjo and sings ‘How Those Mountain Girls Can Love’ – Tom interviews Randy Owen – Alabama performs ‘Feels So Right’ – Tom interviews Willie – Willie sings ‘The Wabash Cannonball’ – Tom brings on all the guests, and closes with ‘Let’s Do This Again, Some Time’, as the audience comes up on stage, to mingle with the guests.

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  • Conway Twitty & Gary Gentry
    1/16/82
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  • Charley Pride / Juice Newton
    1/9/82
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    This week, Tom welcomes guests Charley Pride, and Juice Newton. Performances include Pride's Honky Tonk Blues, and Roll On Mississippi, Hall's The World According To Raymond, Newton's Queen Of Hearts, and Angel Of The Morning, and a medley of Hank Williams tunes by Pride and Hall.

  • Ronnie McDowell & Three Of A Kind
    1/2/82
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  • Dennis Weaver, Gerry Weaver & Charly McClain
  • Bobby Bare & Jeannie C. Riley
    12/19/81
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  • Kippi Brannon & Jimmy C. Newman
    12/12/81
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  • David Frizzell, Shelly West, & Ricky Skaggs
  • Lynn Anderson / Razzy Bailey / The Burrito Brothers

    This week, Tom welcomes guests Lynn Anderson, Razzy Bailey, and The Burrito Brothers (John Beland, and Gib Guilbeau). Performances include Tom's Tutti Frutti, Lynn's Stand By Your Man, and Even Cowgirls Get The Blues, Razzy's She Left Love All Over Me, and Everytime You Cross My Mind, and The Burrito Brothers' If Something Should Come Between Us.

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  • Sonny James & Hoyt Axton
    11/21/81
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  • Roy Acuff & Helen Cornelius
    11/14/81
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  • Ronnie Prophet & Gail Davies
    11/7/81
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  • Teresa Brewer & Terry McMillan
    10/31/81
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  • Dave and Sugar & Wendy Holcombe
    10/24/81
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  • Mickey Gilley & Johnny Lee
    10/17/81
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  • Jim Stafford & Sylvia
    10/10/81
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  • Ray Stevens / Deborah Allen
    10/3/81
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    Tom's guests, this week: Ray Stevens and Deborah Allen. Performances include Ray's Pretend, and Deborah's Nobody's Fool, and A Dirty Old Man.

  • Janie Fricke & Steve Wariner
    9/26/81
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  • Brenda Lee & Jacky Ward
    9/19/81
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  • Ray Price II
    Ray Price II
    Episode 2
    9/12/81
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    Tom opens with 'Ravishing Ruby' -- Ray Price sings 'Getting Over You Again' -- Tom interviews Ray -- Reba sings 'You Lift Me Up To Heaven' -- Ray sings 'Don't You Ever Get Tired Of Hurting Me' -- Tom interviews Reba -- Reba sings 'I Don't Think Love Ought To Be That Way' -- Tom and Ray close with a medley of Willie Nelson's compositions.

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  • Slim Whitman & Sue Powell
    9/5/81
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