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Syndicated Country & Western Music Series
Season 8 (1981-82)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Tom Alger
references:
TV Guide / Library of Congress (telnet://locis.loc.gov)
Internet Movie Database (http://us.imdb.com)
UCLA Film and Television Archive

Cleveland Plain Dealer newspaper,
The Milwaukee Journal and Milwaukee Sentinel newspapers

########### Pop! Goes The Country ############
############## Season 8 1981-82 ##############
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Host: Tom T. Hall

8.xx [---] Slim Whitman / Sue Powell
Local airdate:
13Sep1981 WUAB-43 Cleveland, Ohio (Sun.1:00am)
19Dec1981 WUAB-43 Cleveland, Ohio (Sat. 1:00am)
09Jan1982 KCPQ-13 Seattle, Wash. (Sat. 3:30pm)
--same episode?
[---] Slim Whitman
Music includes:
Slim Whitman - "Secret Love.”
Tom T. Hall - "Wreck of the Old '97."

8.xx [---] Ray Price / Reba McEntire
Synopsis:
Tom T. Hall - “Ravishing Ruby.”
Ray Price - "Getting Over You Again."
Reba McEntire - "You Lift Me Up To Heaven.”
Ray Price - "Don't You Ever Get Tired Of Hurting Me?”
Reba McEntire - "I Don't Think Love Ought to Be That Way."
Ray Price & Tom T. Hall - medley of Willie Nelson songs.
Local airdates:
13Sep1981 WAFF-48 Huntsville, AL (Sun. 10:30pm)
18Sep1981 Cleveland, Ohio
26Sep1981 KCPQ-13 Seattle, Wash. (Sat. 3:30pm)
26Dec1981 KCPQ-13 Seattle, Wash. (Sat. 3:30pm)
23Jan1982 KTVT-11 Fort Worth, TX (Sat. 8:30pm)
03Sep1982 KTAL-6 Texarkana, TX (Saturday 12:00pm)
18Sep1982 WSM-4 Nashville (Saturday 4:30pm)

8.xx [---] Brenda Lee / Jacky Ward
Music includes:
Brenda Lee - "Love Ain't Seen the Last of Me.”
Jacky Ward - "Save Your Heart for Me."
Local airdates:
26Sep1981 WUAB-43 Cleveland, Ohio (Sat. 1:30am)
16Jan1982 KTVT-11 Fort Worth, TX (Sat. 8:00pm)

8.xx [---] Janie Fricke / Steve Wariner
Music includes:
Janie Fricke - "Down to My Last Broken Heart" and "Pride.”
Steve Wariner - "The Easy Part's Over.”
Local airdate:
24Oct1981 KCPQ-13 Seattle WA Daily Times (Sat. 3:30pm)

8.xx [---] Ray Stevens / Deborah Allen
Music includes:
Ray Stevens - "Pretend."
Deborah Allen - "A Dirty Old Man"
Deborah Allen - "Nobody's Fool.”
Local airdate:
14Nov1981 KCPQ-13 Seattle, Wash. (Sat. 3:30pm)
15May1982 KTVT-11 Fort Worth, TX (Sat. 7:30pm)

8.xx [---] Sylvia / Jim Stafford
Music includes:
Sylvia - "Drifter.”
Sylvia - "The Matador."
Local airdate:
21Nov1981 KCPQ-13 Seattle WA Daily Times (Sat. 3:30pm)

8.xx [---] Mickey Gilley / Johnny Lee
Music includes:
Mickey Gilley - "Rockin' My Life Away.”
Johnny Lee - "Lookin' for Love."
Local airdate:
28Nov1981 KCPQ-13 Seattle, Wash. (Sat. 3:30pm)
22May1982 KCPQ-13 Seattle, Wash. (Sat. 3:30pm)
10Sep1982 KTAL-6 Texarkana (Saturday 12:00pm)
11Sep1982 KTVT-11 Fort Worth, TX (Sat. 8:30pm)

8.xx [---] Dave Rowland & Sugar / Wendy Holcombe
Music includes:
Dave Rowland & Sugar - "Fool by Your Side."
Wendy Holcombe - "Apple Jack.”
Local airdate:
02Jan1982 KCPQ-13 Seattle, Wash. (Sat. 3:30pm)

8.xx [---] Teresa Brewer / Terry McMillan
Music includes:
"Your Cheatin' Heart" (performed by Teresa Brewer?)
Tom T. Hall - "The Little Lady Preacher."
Local airdate:
09Jan1982 WUAB-43 Cleveland, Ohio (Saturday 12:00mid)

8.xx [---] Ronnie Prophet / Gail Davies
Synopsis:
Tom T. Hall - “San Antonio Rose.”
Ronnie Prophet - “Big, Big World.”
Gail Davies - “I’ll Be There.”
Tom T. Hall & children - “The Rattlemouse.”
Gail Davies - “Grandma’s Song.”
Ronnie Prophet - “You Never Even Call Me By My Name.”
Local airdate:
16Jan1982 KCPQ-13 Seattle, Wash. (Sat. 3:30pm)

8.xx [---] Roy Acuff / Helen Cornelius
Music includes:
Roy Acuff - "Back in the Country."
Helen Cornelius - "I Still Miss Someone.”
Local airdate:
23Jan1982 KCPQ-13 Seattle, Wash. (Sat. 3:30pm)

8.xx [---] Hoyt Axton / Sonny James
Music includes:
Hoyt Axton - "Boney Fingers" and "The Devil.”
Hoyt Axton and Tom T. Hall - "Joy to the World."

8.xx [---] Razzy Bailey / Lynn Anderson / The Burrito Brothers
Synopsis:
Tom T. Hall - “Tutti Fruitti.”
Lynn Anderson - “Stand By Your Man.”
Razzy Bailey - “She Left Love All Over Me.”
The Burrito Brothers - “If Something Could Come Between Us.”
Lynn Anderson - “Even Cowgirls Get The Blues.”
Razzy Bailey - “Every Time You Cross My Mind.”

8.xx [---] David Frizzell / Shelly West / Ricky Skaggs
Music includes:
David Frizzell & Shelly West - "You're the Reason God Made Oklahoma."
Local airdate:
06Mar1982 KCPQ-13 Seattle, Wash. (Sat. 3:30pm)

8.xx [---] Kippi Brannon / Jimmy C. Newman
Music includes:
Kippi Brannon - "Slowly."
Kippi Brannon - "Never Ending Song of Love."
Local airdate:
21Mar1982 WUAB-43 Cleveland, Ohio (Sun. 1:00am)

8.xx [---] Bobby Bare / Jeannie C. Riley
Music includes:
Bobby Bare - "Dropping Out of Sight.”
Local airdate:
27Mar1982 KCPQ-13 Seattle, Wash. (Sat. 3:30pm)
19Jun1982 KCPQ-13 Seattle, Wash. (Sat. 3:30pm)

8.xx [---] Dennis Weaver / Gerry Weaver / Charly McClain
Guests:
Dennis Weaver
Gerry Weaver (Dennis’ wife)
Charly McClain
Music includes:
Charly McClain - "Surround Me with Love"
Charly McClain - "Who's Cheatin' Who?"
Dennis Weaver - "Pistol Packin' Mama.”
Local airdate:
10Apr1982 KCPQ-13 Seattle, Wash. (Sat. 3:30pm)

8.xx [---] Ronnie McDowell / Three of a Kind
Music includes:
Three Of A Kind – “Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy.”
Local airdate:
03Apr1982 KCPQ-13 Seattle, Wash. (Sat. 3:30pm)
10Apr1982 KTVT-11 Fort Worth, TX (Sat. 8:00pm)

8.xx [---] Charley Pride / Juice Newton
Synopsis:
Charley Pride - “Honky Tonk Blues.”
Tom T. Hall - “The World According To Raymond.”
Juice Newton - “Queen Of Hearts.”
Tom T. Hall & Charley Pride - medley: “Kaw-Liga,” “Why Don’t You Love Me?” “Jambalaya” and “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry.”
Juice Newton - “Angel Of The Morning.”
Charley Pride - “Roll On Mississippi.”
Local airdates:
05Dec1981 KCPQ-13 Seattle, Wash. (Sat. 3:30pm)
24Apr1982 KTVT-11 Fort Worth, TX (Sat. 7:30pm)
29May1982 KCPQ-13 Seattle, Wash. (Sat. 3:30pm)
04Sep1982 WUAB-43 Cleveland, Ohio (Saturday 12:00am)

8.xx [---] Conway Twitty / Gary Gentry
Music includes:
Conway Twitty - "The Clown."
Conway Twitty - "Tight Fittin' Jeans.”
Local airdate:
08May1982 KCPQ-13 Seattle, Wash. (Sat. 3:30pm)
22May1982 KTVT-11 Fort Worth, TX (Sat. 7:30pm)


8.xx [---] Alabama / Boxcar Willie
Synopsis:
Alabama - "Love in the First Degree.”
Alabama - "Feels So Right."
Boxcar Willie - "Wabash Cannon Ball."
Tom T. Hall - “Bummin' Around.”
Alabama - "Love in the First Degree.”
Boxcar Willie - "There's Nothing Like A Good Old Country Song."
Tom T. Hall - “How Mountain Girls Can Love."
Alabama - "Feels So Right."
Boxcar Willie - "Wabash Cannon Ball."
Tom T. Hall - "Let's Do This Again Sometime."
Local airdate:
16May1982 WUAB-43 Cleveland, Ohio (Sunday 1:00am)

8.xx [---] Bill Anderson / Dottsy
Local airdate:
26June1982 KTVT-11 Fort Worth, TX (Sat. 8:00pm)

8.xx [---] Johnny Rodriguez / Minnie Pearl
Synopsis:
Tom T. Hall - “Six Days On The Road.”
Johnny Rodriguez - “I Want You Tonight.”
Minnie Pearl - comedy monologue.
Johnny Rodriguez - “Trying Not To Love You.”
Tom T. Hall & Johnny Rodriguez - “Riding My Thumb To Mexico.”
Tom T. Hall, Johnny Rodriguez, Minnie Pearl - “Bill Bailey”
Local airdate:
03Jul1982 KTVT-11 Fort Worth, TX (Sat. 8:00pm)
03Jul1982 WRBT-33 Baton Rogue, LA (Saturday 5:00pm)

8.xx [---] Johnny Cash / Norma Jean Parker
Music:
Tom T. Hall - “Folsom Prison Blues.”
Johnny Cash - “It Comes And Goes.”
Norma Jean Parker - “Somebody’s Knockin’.”
Tom T. Hall, Johnny Cash, Norma Jean Parker - “Daddy Sang Bass.”
Johnny Cash - “The Reverend Mr. Black.”
Band - “Durham’s Bull” (instrumental)
Also on this episode:
Johnny Cash conducts a tour of his museum in Nashville, Tenn.
Local airdate:
07Aug1982 KCPQ-13 Seattle, Wash. (Sat. 3:30pm)

8.xx [---] Mel Tillis / Dian Hart / Corbin & Hanner
Music includes:
Mel Tillis - "Midnight, Me and the Blues"
Corbin & Hanner - "Livin' the Good Life."
Local airdate:
14Aug1982 WRBT-33 Baton Rogue. LA (Saturday 5:00pm)

8.xx [---] Jim Ed Brown / Peggy Forman
Music includes:
Jim Ed Brown - "Promised Land."
Jim Ed Brown - "Don't Bother to Knock."
Local airdate:
21Aug1982 WRBT-33 Baton Rogue, LA (Saturday 5:00pm)

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