Recording artist Jimmy Doyle from Little Rock returns as the next guest on the “Gene Williams Country Music Television Show,” Feb. 13 and 14.

Doyle is not only a recording artist, country performer and owner of Jimmy Doyle’s Country Club in North Little Rock, he is now also a published author. He stops by our show to give us some great country music and to talk about his new book, ‘If the Whole World was Blind.’ My friend Jimmy is a remarkable entertainer and a remarkable author,” said Williams who is the star, producer and creator of the “Gene Williams Country Television Show.”

Doyle’s book was inspired by an original song he wrote called “No Difference in Color” about which comments by Mel Tillis inspired Doyle to write the story. The book comes with a CD of original music by Doyle, his wife, Patsy Gayle, and the Arkansas River Bottom Band.

The “Gene Williams Country TV Show” features the shows and stars from Branson and country music and is taped live in the NBC affiliate KY3 Studios in Springfield, Mo. Guest audience members are welcome and should arrive at the studio at 1 p.m. The next taping is Feb. 24 with Keith “Red” Allen scheduled.

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