Cracking Country 615: Episode 6

Cracking Country 615: Episode 6

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Country Music Hall of Fame Museum Nashville, Greyhound Station Nashville, Nashville, Tennessee, USA, Whiteabbey, Wildhorse Saloon Nashville




Production 01/11/1994


24min 59sec







Digitised as part of the UTV Archive Partnership Project (ITV, Northern Ireland Screen and PRONI)


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The final episode of Cracking Country 615 starts at the Greyhound Station and this is where the journey starts for many promising country singers and songwriters as they first arrive in Nashville. On their last day in country music capital, Sharon and Allan visit Country Music Television or CMTV, try out some line dancing at the Wildhorse Saloon and even have a look at Elvis Presley’s golden Cadillac limousine at the Country Music Hall of Fame Museum.

Lisa Foster gives her brief review of news of note from Nashville and Sharon chats to Hal Ketchum about his music and an upcoming tour in Ireland. Back home, Allan and Sharon investigate the growing popularity of country music clubs in Northern Ireland and talk to some of the clientele.

For full list of videos featured in this episode see 'Credits'.


Presented by Sharon Curran and Allan Gildea

Tracy Rogers
Richard Roy
Vicki Vance
Lisa Foster
Jackie McCartney
Alan Graham

Music Videos Featured:
Faith Hill “Wild One” Warner Bros
Tracy Byrd “Watermelon Crawl” MCA Records
Hal Ketchum “Mama Knows the Highway” The Hit Label
John Michael Montgomery “I Swear” Warner Bros
Alan Jackson “Chattahoochee” Arista Records

Also includes excerpts from
Hal Ketchum “Small Town Saturday Night” The Hit Label
Hal Ketchum “Tonight We Just Might Fall in Love” The Hit Label
Hal Ketchum “Past the Point of Rescue” The Hit Label
Hal Ketchum “Sure Love” The Hit Label


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