Franks joins Opry House ‘Christmas Show’

art franksTelevision star and International Bluegrass Music Museum legend Randall Franks, “Officer Randy Goode” of the former show “In the Heat of the Night,” will be a special guest during the “Christmas Show” at 8 p.m. Dec. 14, at the Maggie Valley Opry House. Franks will appear onstage with Raymond Fairchild and his band.

 

“Raymond Fairchild is one of America’s greatest talents and I am honored to share the stage with him,” Franks said. “Come and share some classic country comedy, Appalachian fiddlin’ and some of my gospel hits.”

Franks’ music has been heard in 150 countries and by more than 25 million Americans. His musical career consists of 19 album releases, 19 singles and more than 200 recordings with various artists from various genres. 

The Stone Mountain Travelers open the performance. Admission is $15.  

828.648.7941 or www.raymondfairchild.com.

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