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Bluegrass Legend, Ronnie Reno, to Appear on "Reflections"

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Keith Bilbrey with Ronnie RenoNashville, TN -- Bluegrass legend and longstanding host of RFD-TV’s “Reno’s Old Time Music,” Ronnie Reno, will be featured next week on The Heartland Network’s popular interview series “Reflections.” Hosted by famed radio/tv personality and Tennessee Radio Hall of Fame inductee, Keith Bilbrey. As the show’s title suggests, “Reflections” is a half-hour program providing a retrospective look at the careers legendary artists in Country music. Former guests have included Tanya Tucker, Lee Greenwood, John Anderson, John Conlee, and many more.

“Reflections” airs at various times on the Heartland Network (Thursday, 8 p.m. Eastern/7 p.m. Central and Saturday, 4 p.m. Eastern/3 p.m. Central), The Family Channel, Blue Highways TV, Sky Angel Two, AMG TV, Country TV – New Zealand and Keep It Country TV – UK/Ireland. Nashville fans can tune in locally at 6 p.m. Central at WSMV 4.2). Check local listings for channel and additional airtimes.

Ronnie Reno has been blessed with one of the most colorful, diverse and distinguished careers in the music industry, one that spans over 60 years, alongside some of the most legendary entertainers in Bluegrass and Country music, including Reno & Smiley, Reno & Harrell, The Osborne Brothers, Merle Haggard, The Reno Brothers and Ronnie Reno & The Reno Tradition.

Throughout the years, he has penned many hit songs, including Conway Twitty’s 1978 hit "Boogie Grass Band" and produced successful albums for Merle Haggard, Mac Wiseman and his own recently released album Lessons Learned. Just a half a generation removed from the birth of Bluegrass, Ronnie is one of the few remaining performers who can remember with lucidity many the milestones that have shaped both Country and Bluegrass genres—including performances at Carter’s Fold and the Barn Dance era of radio, which led to the initial rise in Country and Bluegrass music’s popularity.

Reno performed at the very first Bluegrass Festival, was entrenched in the Classic Country scene and Bluegrass Explosion in the 70’s, and now, serves as “Ambassador of Old-Time Music” for up-and-coming artists through his longstanding, award-winning television show, “Reno’s Old Time Music,” which can now be seen in over 50 million homes in prime time on RFD-TV. Reno recently received SPBGMA’s highest honor, induction into the Preservation Hall of Fame. For more information on Ron\nie Reno, please visit

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