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Syndicated Country & Western Music Series
Season 2 (1976-77)
Episode Guide compiled by The Classic TV Archive
with contributions by: Tom Alger, Sarah Williams
references:
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NASHVILLE ON THE ROAD
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First-Run Syndication
26 episodes x 30 minutes.
All 26 Season Two episodes were taped in 1976.

Season 2 series regulars:
Jim Ed Brown (singer) (co-host)
Jerry Clower (comedian) (co-host)
Helen Cornelius (singer) (beginning with episode 2.14)

Semi-regulars:
Wendy Holcombe (13-year-old banjo player) (appeared on 15 Season Two episodes)
The Fairchilds (appeared on 5 Season Two episodes)

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Air dates vary by station.

2.01 [27] Nashville on the Road: Mickey Gilley (1 of 2)
Prod. no. 201
Local air-date:
18-Sep-1976 WTCG-17, Atlanta, GA (Sat. 8:30pm Eastern)
Guests:
Mickey Gilley
The Fairchilds
Synopsis:
Jim Ed Brown - "Caribbean."
Mickey Gilley - "Window Up Above."
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: "Wanna Buy A Possum?"
Jim Ed Brown - "Dixie."
The Fairchilds - medley: "Love Light"/"This Little Light of Mine"/"Jesus is the Answer."
Mickey Gilley - "Don't the Girls All Get Prettier at Closing Time?"
Jim Ed Brown - "Blue Eyes Cryin' in the Rain."
'Nashville on the Road' house band - "Remington Ride" (instrumental).

2.02 [28] Nashville on the Road: Mickey Gilley (2 of 2)
Prod. no. 202
Local air-dates:
15-Jan-1977 WTWV-9, Tupelo, Miss. (Sat. 4:30pm)
29-Jan-1977 WTCG-17, Atlanta, GA (Sat. 8:30pm Eastern)
Guest:
Mickey Gilley
Synopsis:
Jim Ed Brown - "Thank God I'm A Country Boy."
Mickey Gilley - "Overnight Sensation."
Wendy Holcombe - "Old Joe Clark."
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: "The Clumsy Mule."
Jim Ed Brown - medley: "White Silver Sands"/ "Love Letters in the Sand."
Mickey Gilley - "I'll Sail My Ship Alone."
Jim Ed Brown - "Whoever Finds This I Love You."
'Nashville on the Road' house band - "Down Yonder."

2.03 [29] Nashville on the Road: Don Williams
Prod. no. 203
Local air-date:
09-Oct-1976 WSM-4, Nashville, TN (Sat. 4:00pm)
Guests:
Don Williams
The Fairchilds
Synopsis:
Jim Ed Brown - "Louisiana Man."
Don Williams - "Love Me Tonight."
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: "The Pet Squirrel."
Jim Ed Brown - medley: "Queen of the Silver Dollar"/ "House of the Rising Sun."
Don Williams - "'Till the Rivers All Run Dry."
The Fairchilds - "Cotton Ginny."
Jim Ed Brown - "Let Me Love You Where it Hurts."
"Nashville on the Road" house band - "Red Wing" instrumental.

2.04 [30] Nashville on the Road: Jody Miller (1 of 2)
Prod. no. 204
Guests:
Jody Miller
The Fairchilds
Synopsis:
Jim Ed Brown - "Mexican Joe."
Jody Miller - "House of the Rising Sun."
The Fairchilds - "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy."
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: "Tough Nut."
Jim Ed Brown - "I Write the Songs."
Jody Miller - "There's A Party Going On."
Jim Ed Brown - "Angel Sunday."
'Nashville on the Road' house band - "Wabash Cannonball."

2.05 [31] Nashville on the Road: Jody Miller (2 of 2)
Prod. no. 205
Local air-dates:
2-Oct-1976 WSM-4, Nashville, TN (Saturday 4:00pm)
9-Oct-1976 WTWV-9, Tupelo, Miss. (Sat. 3:00pm)
Guest:
Jody Miller
Synopsis:
Jim Ed Brown - "Any Old Ramblin Man" (possibly "I'm A Ramblin' Man").
Jody Miller - "A Thing Called Sadness."
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: "Headless Man."
Wendy Holcombe - "Satisfied."
Jim Ed Brown - medley: "Good Hearted Woman"/"Ramblin' Man."
Jody Miller - "Let's All Go Down to the River."
Jim Ed Brown - "Banana Boat Song."
Wendy Holcombe - "Foggy Mountain Breakdown."
'Nashville on the Road' house band - "Wildwood Flower."

2.06 [32] Nashville on the Road: Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely (1 of 3)
Prod. no. 206
Local air-dates:
13-Nov-1976 WSM-4, Nashville, TN (Sat. 4:00pm)
13-Nov-1976 WAPI-13, Birmingham, AL (Sat. 4:00pm)
Guests:
Jack Greene
Jeannie Seely
Synopsis:
Jim Ed Brown - "Jambalaya."
Jack Greene - "He Little Thing'd Her Out of My Arms."
Wendy Holcombe - "Talking Banjo."
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: "Dig A Dug Well."
Jim Ed Brown - "Rhinestone Cowboy."
Jeannie Seely - "Can I Sleep In Your Arms."
Jim Ed Brown - "Shrimp Boats A'Comin'."
'Nashville on the Road' house band - "Sugarfoot Rag" (instrumental).

2.07 [33] Nashville on the Road: Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely (2 of 3)
Prod. no. 207
Local air-date:
22-Jan-1977 WTCG-17, Atlanta, GA (Sat. 8:30pm Eastern)
Guests:
Jack Greene
Jeannie Seely
Synopsis:
Jim Ed Brown - "Promised Land."
Jack Greene "Half As Much."
Wendy Holcombe - "John Henry."
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: "Coon Hunt."
Jeannie Seely - "Since I Met You Boy."
Jim Ed Brown - medley: "Ebb Tide"/"Harbor Lights."
'Nashville on the Road' house band - "My Window Faces the South" (instrumental).

2.08 [34] Nashville on the Road: Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely (3 of 3)
Prod. no. 208
Local air-date:
27-Nov-1976 WSM-4, Nashville, TN (Sat. 4:00pm)
Guests:
Jack Greene
Jeannie Seely
The Fairchilds
Synopsis:
Jim Ed Brown - "Shoeshine Man."
Jeannie Seely - "Who Needs You?"
The Fairchilds - "Let Your Love Flow."
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: "The House I Live In."
Jim Ed Brown - "Another Morning."
Jack Greene and Jeannie Seely - "There's A Party Going On."
Jim Ed Brown - "Southern Loving."
'Nashville on the Road' house band - "Under the Double Eagle" (instrumental)

2.09 [35] Nashville on the Road: Dottie West (1 of 2)
Prod. no. 209
Local air-dates:
25-Sep-1976 WAPI-13, Birmingham, AL (Sat. 4:00pm)
25-Sep-1976 WSM-4, Nashville, TN (Sat. 4:00pm)
09-Oct-1976 WTCG-17, Atlanta, GA (Sat. 8:30pm Eastern)
Guest:
Dottie West
Synopsis:
Jim Ed Brown - "Broad-Minded Man."
Dottie West - "Here Comes My Baby Back Again."
Wendy Holcombe - "Rollin' in My Sweet Baby's Arms."
Jim Ed Brown - "Morning."
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: "Jake Ledbetter."
Dottie West - "Country Sunshine."
Jim Ed Brown - "City of New Orleans."
'Nashville on the Road' house band - "Fireball Mail."

2.10 [36] Nashville on the Road: Dottie West (2 of 2)
Prod. no. 210
Local air-dates:
30-Oct-1976 WSM-4, Nashville, TN (Sat. 4:00pm)
30-Oct-1976 WAPI-13, Birmingham, AL (Sat. 4:00pm)
20-Nov-1976 WTCG-17, Atlanta, GA (Sat. 8:30pm Eastern)
Guest:
Dottie West
Synopsis:
Jim Ed Brown - "Moving On."
Dottie West - "Makes Me Wonder If I Ever Said Goodbye."
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: "Clovis and Beck."
Wendy Holcombe - "Mighty Dark to Travel."
Jim Ed Brown - medley: "It's Four in the Morning"/"Annie's Song."
Dottie West - "If I'm A Fool For Loving You."
Jim Ed Brown - "Lyin' Eyes."
Jim Ed Brown and Dottie West - "Love is No Excuse" duet.
'Nashville on the Road' house band - "Alabama Jubilee."

2.11 [37] Nashville on the Road: Barbara Fairchild
Prod. no. 211
Local air-dates:
02-Oct-1976 WTCG-17, Atlanta, GA (Sat. 8:30pm Eastern)
16-Apr-1977 WHNT-19, Huntsville, AL (Sat. 10:30pm)
Guests:
Barbara Fairchild
The Fairchilds
Synopsis:
Jim Ed Brown - "Sweet Caroline."
Barbara Fairchild - "Under Your Spell."
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: "Brother Goes to Jail."
Jim Ed Brown - "Jamaica Farewell."
The Fairchilds - "Vaya Con Dios."
Jim Ed Brown - "Pop-A-Top."
Barbara Fairchild - "I Just Love Being A Woman."
'Nashville on the Road' house band - "Bud's Bounce."

2.12 [38] Nashville on the Road: The Browns and Sandi Burnett
Prod. no. 212
Local air-date:
25-Sep-1976 WTCG-17, Atlanta, GA (Sat. 8:30pm Eastern)
Guests:
The Browns (Maxine, Bonnie and Jim Ed Brown)
Sandi Burnett
Synopsis:
Jim Ed Brown - "Big Daddy's Alabama Bound."
The Browns sing "I Heard the Bluebirds Sing."
Sandi Burnett performs "American Trilogy"
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: "Titus Plumeritis."
The Browns perform "Three Bells."
Wendy Holcombe performs "Home Sweet Home" (instrumental)
Jim Ed Brown performs "Sittin on the Dock of the Bay."
Jim Ed Brown performs "Proud Mary."
'Nashville on the Road' house band - "Hunting Boots" (with closing credits).

2.13 [39] Nashville on the Road: The Browns
Prod. no. 213
Guests:
The Browns (siblings Maxine, Bonnie and Jim Ed Brown)
Synopsis:
Jim Ed Brown - "Lookin' Back to See."
The Browns - "Send Me the Pillow That You Dream On."
Wendy Holcombe - "Bugle Call Rag."
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: "Warm Water Heater."
Jim Ed Brown - "It's That Time of the Night."
The Browns - medley: "The Old Lamplighter"/"Scarlet Ribbons (For Her Hair)."
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: "Flying to the Grand Ole Opry."
Jim Ed Brown - "Jennifer."
'Nashville on the Road' house band closes the show.

2.14 [40] Nashville on the Road: Cast Show (series regulars)
Prod. no. 214
Local air-date:
15-Jan-1977 WTCG-17, Atlanta, GA (Sat. 8:30pm Eastern)
Synopsis:
Cast Show (starring the series regulars):
Jim Ed Brown - "Seattle."
Helen Cornelius - "Top of the World."
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: "A Nickel's Worth of Cheese."
Jim Ed Brown and Helen Cornelius - "Burning Bridges."
Wendy Holcombe - "My Old Rose of Kentucky."
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: "Running the Coon."
Jim Ed Brown - medley: "The Gods Were Angry With Me"/"You Don't Have to Say You Love Me."
Helen Cornelius -"You Can't Be A Beacon."

2.15 [41] Nashville on the Road: Hank Williams Jr. (1 of 2)
Prod. no. 215
Guest:
Hank Williams Jr.
Synopsis:
Jim Ed Brown - "Mexican Joe."
Hank Williams Jr. - "Montana Song."
Wendy Holcombe - "Ole Slew Foot" on banjo.
Jerry Clower sings to Wendy Holcombe.
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: "Aunt Penny Douglas."
Jim Ed Brown - "Southern Lovin."
Hank Williams Jr. - "Clovis, New Mexico."
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: "The Ole Timey Icebox."
'Nashville on the Road' house band - "Dallas Blues" (instrumental).

2.16 [42] Nashville on the Road: Hank Williams Jr. (2 of 2)
Prod. no. 216
Local air-dates:
27-Nov-1976 WTWV-9, Tupelo, Miss. (Sat. 4:00pm)
16-Apr-1977 WTCG-17, Atlanta, GA (Sat. 8:30pm Eastern)
Guest:
Hank Williams Jr.
Synopsis:
Opening Credits
Jim Ed Brown - "Rhinestone Cowboy."
Hank Williams Jr. - "Stoned at the Jukebox."
Hank Williams Jr. - "Ramblin' Man."
Jim Ed Brown and Helen Cornelius - "My Heart Cries for You" duet.
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: "Marcel's Hair-Growing Secret."
Jim Ed Brown - medley: "Yesterday"/"Hearts will be Hearts."
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: "The Flying Jenny."
Closing credits.

2.17 [43] Nashville on the Road: Mel Tillis (1 of 2)
Prod. no. 217
Guest:
Mel Tillis
Synopsis:
Jim Ed Brown - "Take It Easy."
Mel Tillis - "The Morning After Baby Let Me Down."
Wendy Holcombe - "Weeping Willow Tree."
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: "New Gene Ledbetter."
Jim Ed Brown - "Let Me Love You Where It Hurts."
Mel Tillis - "Love Revival."
Jim Ed Brown - "Love You A Little Bit More."
'Nashville on the Road' house band - "Broadway" (instrumental).

2.18 [44] Nashville on the Road: Mel Tillis (2 of 2)
Prod. no. 218
Local air-date:
30-Jan-1977 WAPI-13, Birmingham, AL (Sat. 11:00am)
Guest:
Mel Tillis
Synopsis:
Jim Ed Brown - "Roly Poly."
Mel Tillis - "I Order One For Me."
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: "Peanut Boiling Was Required."
Jim Ed Brown - "Pop A Top."
Mel Tillis - "The New Green Light."
Jim Ed Brown and Helen Cornelius - "I'm Leaving It All Up To You."
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: "Three Footballs in a Game."
Helen Cornelius - "If You Love Me Let Me Know."
'Nashville on the Road' house band - "Texas Playboy Rag" (instrumental).

2.19 [45] Nashville on the Road: Red Steagall (1 of 2)
Prod. no. 219
Local air-dates:
06-Nov-1976 WTCG-17, Atlanta, GA (Sat. 8:30pm Eastern)
17-Apr-1977 WTWV-9, Tupelo, Miss. (Sun. 1:30pm)
Guest:
Red Steagall
Synopsis:
Jim Ed Brown - "Act Naturally."
Red Steagall - "Lonestar Beer and Bob Wills Music."
Wendy Holcombe - "Sitting on Top of the World."
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: "The Counterfeiters."
Jim Ed Brown - "I've Rode With the Best."
Red Steagall - "Truck Drivin' Man."
Jim Ed Brown and Helen Cornelius - "Have I Told You Lately That I Love You?"
Wendy Holcombe - "Mountain Dew."

2.20 [46] Nashville on the Road: Red Steagall (2 of 2)
Prod. no. 220
Local air-dates:
23-Jan-1977 WAPI-13, Birmingham, AL (Sun. 11:00pm)
29-Jan-1977 WTWV-9, Tupelo, Miss. (Sat. 2:30pm)
Guest:
Red Steagall
Synopsis:
Jim Ed Brown - "Home in San Antone."
Red Steagall - "Rosie (Do You Wanna Talk It Over?)"
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: "Ole Highball."
Helen Cornelius - "I Can See Clearly Now."
Jim Ed Brown - "Country Bumpkin."
Red Steagall - "Under the 'X' in Texas."
Jim Ed Brown and Helen Cornelius - "Suspicious Minds" duet.

2.21 [47] Nashville on the Road: Don Gibson (1 of 2)
Prod. no. 221
Guest:
Don Gibson
Synopsis:
Jim Ed Brown - "San Antonio Rose."
Don Gibson - "I'll Be A Legend in My Time."
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: "A Double Fireplace."
Wendy Holcombe - "Lonesome Road Blues."
Jim Ed Brown - medley: "Still"/"Easy Lovin'."
Don Gibson - "Oh Lonesome Me."
Jim Ed Brown and Helen Cornelius - "One Man Woman, One Woman Man."
'Nashville on the Road' house band - "Roadside Inn Rag" (instrumental).

2.22 [48] Nashville on the Road: Don Gibson (2 of 2)
Prod. no. 222
Local air-dates:
16-Jan-1977 WAPI-13, Birmingham, AL (Sun. 11:00am)
22-Jan-1977 WTWV-9, Tupelo, Miss. (Sat. 1:30pm)
Guest:
Don Gibson
Synopsis:
Jim Ed Brown - "Just A Little Lovin'."
Don Gibson - "I Just Can't Stop Lovin' You."
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: "Signaling for a Fair Catch."
Jim Ed Brown and Helen Cornelius - "Golden Rings."
Don Gibson - "Where No One Stands Alone."
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: "You're Fixin' To Mess Up."
Helen Cornelius - "Feelings."
'Nashville on the Road' house band - "Golden Slippers."

2.23 [49] Nashville on the Road: Tommy Overstreet
Prod. no. 223
Local air-dates:
20-Nov-1976 WSM-4, Nashville, TN (Sat. 4:00pm)
20-Nov-1976 WAPI-13, Birmingham, AL (Sat. 4:00pm)
Guest:
Tommy Overstreet
Synopsis:
Jim Ed Brown - "Rollin' In My Sweet Baby's Arms."
Tommy Overstreet - "Here Comes That Girl Again."
Wendy Holcombe - "John Hardy."
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: "How to Back into Show Business."
Jim Ed Brown - "Evening."
Tommy Overstreet - "Gwen."
Jim Ed Brown and Helen Cornelius - "Love Was What We Had."
'Nashville on the Road' house band - "Orange Blossom Special."

2.24 [50] Nashville on the Road: Dottsy (1 of 2)
Prod. no. 224
Local air-dates:
06-Nov-1976 WSM-4, Nashville, TN (Sat. 4:00pm)
06-Nov-1976 WAPI-13, Birmingham, AL (Sat. 4:00pm)
13-Nov-1976 WTWV-9, Tupelo, Miss. (Sat. 3:30pm)
Guest:
Dottsy (country singer Dottsy Brodt Dwyer)
Synopsis:
Taped at Six Flags Over Texas
Jim Ed Brown - "The Entertainer."
Dottsy (singer Dottsy Brodt Dwyer) - "We Still Sing Love Songs Here in Texas."
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: "Little Katy Learns A Lesson."
Jim Ed Brown and Helen Cornelius - "The Door Is Always Open" duet.
Helen Cornelius - "One Day At A Time."
Dottsy - "Storms Never Last."
Jim Ed Brown - medley: "My Arms are a House"/"Dear Heart."
'Nashville on the Road' house band - "Lil Liza Jane" (closing credits).

2.25 [51] Nashville on the Road: Dottsy (2 of 2)
Prod. no. 225
Guest:
Dottsy (country singer Dottsy Brodt Dwyer)
Synopsis:
Jim Ed Brown - "Sneaky Snake."
Dottsy (singer Dottsy Brodt Dwyer) - "Lying in My Arms."
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: "Homecoming Steaks."
Jim Ed Brown and Helen Cornelius - "I Don't Want to Marry You."
Dottsy - "Love Is a Two Way Street."
Jim Ed Brown - "The Days of Sand and Shovels."
'Nashville on the Road' house band - "Fireball Mail" (instrumental).

2.26 [52] Nashville on the Road: Del Reeves
Prod. no. 226
Local air-dates:
30-Oct-1976 WTWV-9, Tupelo, Miss. (Sat. 3:00pm)
13-Nov-1976 WTCG-17, Atlanta, GA (Sat. 8:30pm Eastern)
Guest:
Del Reeves
Synopsis:
Jim Ed Brown - "Rocky Top."
Del Reeves - "My Better Half."
Wendy Holcombe - "Boil Them Cabbage Down."
Jerry Clower comedy monologue: "Be Yourself."
Jim Ed Brown - medley of religious songs: "He's Got the Whole World in his Hands"/"Joy, Joy, Joy"/"The Teddy Bear Song"/"Jesus Loves Me."
Del Reeves - "Ain't That Big of Me?"
Jim Ed Brown and Helen Cornelius - "I Don't Want to Have to Marry You."
'Nashville on the Road' house band - "Bud's Bounce."

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