Ronnie Prophet & Don Everly BYE BYE LOVE live in 1980





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Published on Dec 7, 2007

Don Everly appeared on The Ronnie Prophet Show in 1980. Here is a duet with show host Ronnie Prophet doing "BYE BYE LOVE" and Everly Brothers hit.

Ronnie Prophet was on national television for over fifteen years. His series "GRAND OLD COUNTRY" and "THE RONNIE PROPHET SHOW" was seen nationally across Canada, Great Britain and Australia every week featuring some of the top US and Canadian country music artists.

Just scroll down the list of clips we've already uploaded and you'll see a "who's who" of country talent.

From Ronnie's FIRST show on CBC - The Canadian Broadcasting Company in September of 1975, featuring Dolly Parton and Ferlin Huskey, Ronnie brought his co-stars from his world tours. Ronnie performed around the world on the same bill with Johnny Cash, Kenny Rogers, The Everly Brothers and many others.

Ronnie also owned and played at "Ronnie Prophet's Carousel Club" on Nashville's Printer's Alley, where he often had many of the stars that were on his TV show come up and jam with him late nites in Nashville.

His office on "MUSIC ROW" in Nashville was across the street from his best friend and mentor CHET ATKINS. He lived in Hendersonville (Tennessee) and Franklin just a block or two from Minnie Pearl, Naomi Judd, Dottie West and scores of other Nashville Stars.

Branson Music Factory's executive producer has worked with Ronnie since 1992, and was honored when Ronnie brought over two truckloads of his master tapes from Toronto and Nashville.

We've been carefully transferring and preserving these treasures and will share many of them here.

You may also visit our wesite at http://bransonmusicfactory.com and http://ronnieprophet.com for more videos and downloads.


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