REFLECTIONS FROM THE CIRCLE INCLUDES BIG SUPERSTARS
Country music fans and RFD-TV viewers are about to get a lot closer to some of their favorite country music artists. Reflections From The Circle, premiering on the network on Sun., Nov. 6, is set to feature fan favorites including Vince Gill, Trace Adkins, Dierks Bentley, Charlie Daniels, Kellie Pickler, and Josh Turner reflecting on their personal lives and careers during intimate conversations on the stage of the Grand Ole Opry with TV and WSM radio personality Eddie Stubbs.
The premiere episode of Reflections From The Circle is set to feature Opry and Country Music Hall of Fame member Vince Gill. All shows are scheduled to air Sundays at 7:00 p.m. EST/6:00 p.m. CST. The show’s first season schedule follows:
<b>Sunday, Nov. 6 – Vince Gill</b>
Sunday, Nov. 13 – Trace Adkins
Sunday, Nov. 20 – Dierks Bentley
Sunday, Nov. 27 – Josh Turner
Sunday, Dec. 4 – Kellie Pickler
Sunday, Dec. 18 – Charlie Daniels
Each show emanates from the Opry stage within the famed six-foot circle of wood, which was moved from the Ryman Auditorium to center stage of the Grand Ole Opry House when the Opry took up residence in its new home in 1974. The circle holds personal significance on innumerable levels for all the artists appearing on the show. Turner was officially welcomed to the Opry family there by Vince Gill, who says he’ll always remember singing his career-making “When I Call Your Name” while the King of Country Music, Roy Acuff, looked on just a foot away. In addition to career highlights on the Opry stage, Adkins took time out from his Opry debut to propose marriage and years later announced from the circle that he and his wife were expecting a baby. Bentley celebrated his official Opry induction inside the circle with his beloved dog Jake. Daniels invited one of his favorite acts, Montgomery Gentry, to join the Opry family while they stood on the circle of wood, then returned with the duo to sing “The Devil Went Down to Georgia” on the night the Opry House re-opened following last year’s Nashville flood.
Host Stubbs is already familiar to many RFD-TV viewers, appearing as the on-camera announcer for the network’s “The Marty Stuart Show” the past three years. He’s a 16-year veteran of country station 650 AM-WSM and of the Grand Ole Opry announcer staff. He was this week named as a 2012 inductee into the Country Radio Hall of Fame.