Hee Haw was a concept that nobody (including myself) thought would ever succeed. Some feared the proposed television program would set the burgeoning country music industry back 25 years. I had my trepidation, but had learned long before in this business that you say "yes" to everything, because most things never happen. Show More Summary
Old-time fiddler Ramona Jones, who was a veteran of radio, television and the live concert stage, died Tuesday (November 17th) in Goodlettsville, Tennessee. She was 91. Born Ramona Riggins in Indiana, Jones met her first husband, country entertainer Louis Marshall "Grandpa" Jones while both were working at Cincinnati radio station WLW....
It was Sunday, June 15th, 1969. The nation was a month away from putting Neil Armstrong on the moon, but country music was about to take a giant step forward with the premiere of Hee Haw on CBS. A summer replacement for The Smothers Brothers Show, the one-hour series was closely...
“Hee Haw meets Pee-wee’s Playhouse meets Wes Anderson” is what Kacey Musgraves was aiming for, and she totally nailed it. Don’t you just want to live in that for at least a long weekend? Can you imagine the food? It would be like hard-boiled Fabergé eggs and pickled sunshine. ... More »
Years before Same Trailer Different Park made her one of country music's leading women, Kacey Musgraves spent her weekends on the Texas Opry circuit, where she sang cowboy songs and western swing tunes while dressed up like Dale Evans. She resurrects that world of old-school variety shows — a place where fringe,...
BY MELISSA RUGGIERI In February, Brandy Clark competed against Iggy Azalea, Bastille, Haim and Sam Smith for a best new artist Grammy. She didn’t win — the honor went to show-sweeping Smith — but her inclusion signaled...
Blake Shelton pulled double duty on Saturday Night Livethis weekend as both host and musical guest. Among the highlights: A Hee Haw-style opening monologue, and a Family Feud sketch pitting The Voice, which features Shelton as a judge, against singing competition juggernaut American Idol. Show More Summary
Blake Shelton became the latest in a long line of celebrities pulling double duty on "Saturday Night Live" by acting as both host and musical guest in the same episode this week. He's an accomplished singer/guitarist to be sure and always seems like a fun guy on "The Voice," but can he host "SNL"? Turns out the answer is yes. Show More Summary
Country music star Blake Shelton hosted SNL this week, so for his monologue he decided to recreate the classic show Hee Haw in all its awkward, redneck glory.
Blake Shelton was the host and musical guest on SNL Saturday Night Live on Saturday, January 24, 2015. He opened with his version of 'Hee Haw' in the monologue. Watch the video here: The post Blake Shelton ‘HeeHaw’ Opening Monologue on SNL (VIDEO) appeared first on Rickey - Entertainment News, Videos, Recaps, Results.
Don Harron, a Canadian actor who entertained TV audiences with his comic alter ego Charlie Farquharson on the long-running TV variety show "Hee Haw," has died. He was 90.
Don, who entertained generations of Canadians with his role as Charlie Farquharson on country television show Hee Haw, died at his Toronto home at the age of 90. The Canadian actor gained notoriety as Farquharson, a comical country bumpkin from Ontario, Canada. Show More Summary
100 Greatest Men: The Complete List For many Americans, he was the guitar-slinging comedian that co-hosted Hee Haw. But before he signed up for that popular show, he had already amassed a body of work that defined the sound of … Continue reading ?
From the team that brought you the critically acclaimed, HOUSE OF GOOD AND EVIL, comes a hilarious horror-comedy series, where HEE HAW meets TALES FROM THE CRYPT. Join our loveable, beer-guzzling, hillbilly hosts, Bo & Cephus, and their...Show More Summary
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Broadway, that row of big boxes that make your favorite movies and TV shows even louder, may soon be home to a musical revival of Hee Haw, according to a gushing report by New York Post columnist and self-proclaimed “world’s biggest Hee Haw fan” Michael Riedel. Show More Summary
He is a hunter. He loves guns. He is believes that an ape made the universe. He and his family has a show on TV called Duck Dynasty and it's bigger than Hee Haw. He recently said in an interview: "It seems like, to me, a vagina — as a man — would be more desirable than a man's anus. Show More Summary
Thank you! And I’m gonna dedicate my next hee-haw to, all the mules I’ve known before… “This photo was taken during a Yosemite National Park saddle trip, at Vogelsang High Sierra Camp. Henry the Mule here is being a darn tootin’ goof, if you ask me.” -Andrea S. Hat c/o of Cowboy K-Bar. Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: […]
Eventually we're just going to start throwing plates and it'll be a very special episode of Hee Haw.
I was 15. I'd been playing guitar for a whole 4 years. I knew Keith Richards was the greatest guitar player on the planet. I'd enjoyed Laugh-In as much as half the world did. That made me tune into Hee Haw its first season. Heck, why not! What I collided with in head-on with George Jones was a new musical reality.