The Statler Brothers Show

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The Statler Brothers Show is an hour American variety show hosted by the country music group The Statler Brothers broadcast on The Nashville Network. The theme song of the show is an instrumental version of the Statler Brother hit "The Class of '57"

The show ran for seven seasons beginning on October 12, 1991, and was the most popular show on The Nashville Network, airing Saturday Nights during its entire run until 1998,[1] including the highest rated episode in the history of The Nashville Network.[2]

Each program features a segment called "Yesteryear" where one year would be remembered by performing songs released in the featured year between brief summaries of memorable events. Following the series run, Yesteryear was developed into a full-length program. The show was co-hosted by country stars Crystal Gayle and Ronna Reeves. At the end of the show their always was a gospel section and they sang behind Bill Walker (music director) Playing a piano.

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  1. ^ StatlerBrothers.com
  2. ^ Rex Allen, Jr.: Briography www.RexAllenJr.com

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