March
11

Jarett McAlister guest on Gene Williams TV Show

Posted In: City News by BroadcastBranson.com


Country Music Association (CMA) Music City Rising Star award-winner Jarett McAlister is the next guest on the Lucas Oil sponsored Gene Williams Country TV Music Show that is taped live in Branson, Mo.

“The 17-year-old is an up-and-coming true country singer. His original songs are already award-winners at Texas Woodstock Songwriters Contest and he was selected Outstanding Original Performance at the CMA Music City Rising Star event in Nashville. His talent is pleasing audiences across Texas at numerous Oprys and from Nashville to New Orleans,” said Williams whose television show is taped weekly at the 50′s at the Hop Theatre in Branson. Williams is the star, producer and creator of the Telly Award-winning Gene Williams Country Television Show that is seen across the nation.

The TV show with McAlister will be telecast March 14 and 15. In addition to nationwide I more than 200 markets, the Gene Williams Country Television Show can also be seen in Canada.

The next live taping of the Gene Williams Country TV Show is Sunday, March 29, at 2 p.m. at the 50′s at the Hop Theatre located in The Shoppes at Branson Meadows. Admission is free and doors open at 1 p.m. For more information go to genewilliamscountry.com.

Williams began his country music television show in Arkansas almost 50 years ago and for the past eight years has taped the show in Branson live before a studio audience. Guests have included Ed McMahon, Mickey Gilley, the Oak Ridge Boys, Roy Clark, Johnny Lee, Barbara Fairchild, Sons of the Pioneers, the Osmonds, Johnny Cash’s band The Tennessee Three, the Blackwood Brothers, Helen Cornelius, Leona Williams, Charlie Louvin, Mary Lou Turner, Cal Smith, Stonewall Jackson, Norma Jean, “Diamond” Dave Somerville, Little Jimmy Dickens, Porter Wagoner, Jim Owen, Buck Trent and Wanda Jackson.

Williams’ co-host Katie Lynn has received the Branson Entertainment Awards Best Support Vocalist twice for her work in the “Mickey Gilley Show.” She has worked with Gilley for more than eight years and also worked with Jim Owen for seven years. In addition to her singing career, she is a real estate agent. She and the guest stars perform weekly on the television show with the Country Junction Band.

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