What Songs Are Featured in the "Country's Family Reunion" Collection?


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Songs featured in the "Country's Family Reunion" collection include "Family Reunion" by Little Jimmy Dickens, Jimmy Dean's "Big Bad John," and Bill Anderson favorites such as "Riverboat" and "Kinfolk Reunion." The collection spans several years' worth of performances and boasts a song list containing hundreds of titles performed by a variety of country music all-stars. The collection's extensive amount of material covers four separate video and DVD sets.

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"Country's Family Reunion" is a staple of RFD-TV, a network catering to country stars, rural humor and down-home entertainment. Bill Anderson hosts the show, which features a variety of song favorites, such as LeRoy Van Dyke's "King of the Road," Johnny Russell's rendition of "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer," "Don't Worry" by Billy Walker and rare Boxcar Willie performances such as "Wabash Cannonball."

"Country's Family Reunion" features an array of music stars in performances and candid conversations. Country staple Roy Clark, for example, presents specialties such as "Yesterday When I Was Young" and "Duelling Banjos." Crystal Gayle performs classics such as "Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue."

Other musical favorites appearing on "Country's Family Reunion" include Jeannie C. Riley's protest-themed "Harper Valley PTA," "Help Me" by the Gatlin Brothers and Mickey Gilley's "Honky Tonk Wine," among many others.

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