Harmony Road TV Announces Agreement With TNN, The Nashville Network and Les Butler As Host
Thursday, September 13, 2012
SIGNAL MOUNTAIN,TN SEPTEMBER 9, 2011: Harmony Road, a weekly Southern Gospel Television program announces that Les Butler will be the show's host as it begins airing on TNN, The Nashville Network beginning in October.
A thirty minute program, airing Sunday mornings on TNN, Harmony Road will feature performances from the top artists in Southern Gospel music. The program will also feature interviews and special segments such as comedy, bluegrass Gospel and more.
A popular cable TV staple in the 80s and 90s, Luken Communications has teamed up with Jim Owens Entertainment to bring the Nashville Network back to the airwaves to tens of millions of households across the U.S.
Les Butler is no stranger to Gospel music. The Publisher of the Singing News Magazine and award-winning Solid Gospel radio host will be hosting the show each week from various locations. Butler states, "For 34 years my goal has been to support Southern Gospel Music and this is a great opportunity to reach our loyal fans while reaching many new viewers with the message of the Gospel through song". Singing News Magazine and Solid Gospel Radio Network are two of the shows sponsors.
Rounding out the Harmony Road team is Cody McVey. Cody will be bringing viewers interviews "from the road" with many artists as they share stories behind the music. Cody is the former pianist for the Kingsmen Quartet and now accompanies the Ball Brothers, as well as solo performances.
In addition to Butler and McVey, the Harmony Road crew includes Roger Spears, Producer and technical director, Randy Liner.