Tune In Alert: Crystal Gayle To Perform “Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue” on TBN’s Huckabee Saturday, May 9th
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Grammy®, AMA, ACM and CMA award winning country music singer and Grand Ole Opry member Crystal Gayle will be performing her hit single, “Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue” as a part of a special guest appearance on Huckabee Saturday May 9 at 8/7pm CT on TBN. Fans can look forward to Governor Mike Huckabee playing bass alongside Gayle as she delivers the timeless hit to fans in true social distancing style.
“I’ve always loved Mike Huckabee and it was such a thrill to be a guest on his show,” says Gayle. “I had so much fun performing ‘Don’t It Make My Brown Eyes Blue’ with Mike playing bass guitar.”
The segment will air Saturday, May 9th at 8/7c and again Sunday, May 10th at 9/8c on TBN. The show will also be live on Huckabee’s Facebook page and on the Huckabee website on May 9th. Viewers can also download the TBN app linked below and watch live.
With Nashvillians at home under Nashville Mayor John Cooper’s “Safer at Home” order and live shows paused at the Huckabee Theatre to help reduce the spread of COVID-19, this Saturday’s performance will once again take place without a live audience.
Tune-in for free on TBN or live stream on TBN.tv. TBN is also available on iOS, android, AppleTV, amazon fireTV, Roku or download the TBN app on Google Play or the iOS App Store. For more information, visit tbn.org.
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About Crystal Gayle:
Grammy®-winning songstress Crystal Gayle is an award-winning country music icon whose reign in the music business includes 20 No. 1 country hits, six albums certified Gold by the RIAA and the first female artist in country music history to reach platinum sales with her 1977 album, We Must Believe in Magic. Her list of platinum and gold was to be matched only by her awards and accolades. CMA’s “Female Vocalist of the Year,” for two consecutive years, she became a Grammy® Award Winner for “Best Female Vocal Performance,” thanks to her beloved “Brown Eyes” – a song that she today admits she has never grown tired of singing. Crystal swept the Academy of Country Music Awards for three of their “Top Female Vocalist” statuettes. She is the recipient of three “American Music Awards,” voted by the nation as America’s “Favorite Female Artist.” Perhaps nothing sums up Crystal’s career achievements as well as being awarded with a star on the fabled Hollywood Walk of Fame in October 2009. Also famous for her nearly floor-length hair, she was voted one of the 50 most beautiful people in the world by People Magazine in 1983. Gayle also has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame near Lynn’s star. In August 2016, the Academy of Country Music honored Crystal with the Cliffie Stone Pioneer Award during the 10th Annual ACM Honors. Gayle was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry in January 2017 by her sister and Opry legend Loretta Lynn. For more information, visit crystalgayle.com.