|Dinner Shows November 20 Through Christmas Day|
Restless Heart and Gaylord Opryland Resort announced the official dates for A Season of Harmony Dinner Show. Beginning on November 20 and continuing through Christmas Day, Restless Heart will perform a total of 29 live dinner shows as part of Gaylord Opryland's A Country Christmas.
Known for chart-toppers like "The Bluest Eyes in Texas," "I'll Still Be Loving You," "Why Does It Have to Be (Wrong or Right)" and "When She Cries," the band—celebrating 30 years with its five original members—will perform holiday classics and original songs from its new Christmas album, A Season of Harmony, as well as fan-favorite hits.
"We are excited to be the artist-in-residence at Gaylord Opryland's A Country Christmas," says Restless Heart's Dave Innis. "We'll be doing nearly 30 shows starting November 20 through Christmas Day. That's the most Christmas shows in Restless Heart's 30 year history! We'll be coming out to say 'hi' and sign autographs after each show and we hope to see all of our great fans."
Larry Stewart notes, "We are honored to be the first band to be a part of Gaylord Opryland's A Country Christmas. Folks can expect to hear music from our new Christmas album as well as our hit songs."
Restless Heart's A Season of Harmony Dinner Show will be held in the iconic 2,882-room hotel's Tennessee Ballroom. Each show will include a four-course meal prepared by Gaylord Opryland's award-winning chefs.
For ticket information and a full schedule of shows, visit www.ChristmasAtGaylordOpryland.com.
*Photo Courtesy of Restless Heart
All About Country was saddened to hear about the passing of Clark McEntire, Reba McEntire's father yesterday (10/23) in Coalgate, OK. He was 86.
Reba's Facebook page reads, "Daddy passed away last night in Coalgate, OK at 11 pm CST. He had been in the nursing home for a while and we’re very thankful he is not suffering anymore. He was a born and bred cowboy through and through. He had been sick for 5 years. It makes total sense to me, he always told us kids never to run your horse to the barn. He was just taking his time to go on home."
He was a Champion steer roper in the late 50's and 60's and was a member of the Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame. He was inducted in 1979.