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It will be broadcast on Fridays from - hours European Central Time.Tune in on to EXTRA GOLD RADIO The program will be compiled by fan club member Eimbert van den Oetelaar. Fred, an Elvis and Jim Reeves fan, also did the Jim Reeves show last year on Extra Gold Radio.In March 1961 Pat Campbell picked "Whispering Hope" from a religious album, "God Be With You" Jim had recorded in 1959.The song entered the charts at number 50 and stayed in it for only a week.On the Bear Family Jim Reeves 16 CD boxed set you'll find the song "Near The Cross", a song which is very well suited to be listened to today. We are happy to announce that indeed it can be obtained on DVD. The website contains some interesting pages on the history of that show, and a video of a press conference in Nashville, with Jimmy Dean's widow, two persons who were responsible for the restoration project, and Bill Anderson.Jim Reeves recorded the song for his private use, probably at KRGI in Henderson, Tx., around 1947. It got included in a 4 DVD disc release of "THE JIMMY DEAN SHOW, Season 1". To our surprise the RFD-TV Channel showed the episode of "The Jimmy Dean Show" in which Jimmy Dean's guests are Eydie Gorme, Jim Reeves, Buck, Smitty & The Virginians, comedians Don Adams, Pat Mc Cormick, and Jim Henson's Muppet Rowlf the Dog.Subscription is .00 a month or .00 per year, payable by Credit Card.RFD-TV schedule a number of great "classic" country music television shows, such "Country Family Reunion" in which a group of country music entertainers talk about their memories, "Nashville on the Road", and "Pop Goes the Country".
The cast list includes such famous Nashville artists as Ray Walker as Judas, George Jones as Pilate, an Elder, and Old Man, David Cobb as Scribe, and Alex Zanetis as Jesus. On Jim's recording only the first and last verses, and the refrain were sung.More info on you can re-listen to all Jim Reeves broadcast programs Yesterday, May 17, The Nashville Tennessean published an article about 80 year old bass player Billy Harlan.Fans may remember that Billy was a member of both Jim Reeves' bands, "The Wagonmasters" and "The Blue Boys".In the collection of Dominique Anglares we found two KIMO Radio Hitparades from January 1956 .Each of them featured a different Jim Reeves recording.
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Issue # 149 of the fan club magazine has been put on the mail yesterday.