We are honored to have been invited to be special guests of our own episiode when “Larry’s Country Diner” Celebrates
10 Years on Television August 6 -7 at Ray Steven’s CabaRay Showroom–We invite you to be a part of the studio audience
 
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (June 21, 2018) — Gabriel Communications’ popular, improvisational variety show, “Larry’s Country Diner,” will celebrate 10 successful years on television at its upcoming television tapings August 6 – 7 at Ray Steven’s CabaRay Showroom (5724 River Road) in Nashville. Over the past decade, the down-home, family-friendly show featuring legendary musical guests and cast members (proprietor Larry Black, emcee Keith Bilbrey, sheriff Jimmy Capps, church gossip Nadine, Renae the waitress) has cultivated over two million loyal viewers monthly worldwide via RFD-TV, Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire and CountryRoad.TV, and has given rise to a robust DVD and merchandise franchise.
 
“Larry’s Country Diner” 10-Year Celebration Lineup: *
Monday, August 6:
Matinee: Noon–Gene Watson/1:30 p.m.–Mo Pitney
Evening Show: 6 p.m.–Riders in the Sky/7:30 p.m.–Suzy Bogguss
 
Tuesday, August 7:
Matinee: Noon–Darin and Brooke Aldridge/1:30 p.m.–Jeannie Seely
Evening Show: 6 p.m.–Collin Raye/7:30 p.m.–Billy Dean
 
Fans who attend the celebration taping will be treated to two show tapings (and two celebrity music guests) for the price of one show, with options for meal service and seating. Tickets start at $59 (General Admission), $79 (Floor Seating & Dinner), and $99 (Diner Set/On Stage Seating & Dinner). To purchase tickets, please visit: raystevenscabaray.com.
 
“When we opened Larry’s Country Diner’s imaginary doors ten years ago, we had no idea how incredibly successful it would be,” says Larry Black, Executive Producer/Host for whom the show is named. “As it turns out, fans were extremely hungry for this kind of programming.”
 
“We did a little math,” continues Black. “Over the last decade, we’ve produced just under 250 episodes, and served an estimated 63,000 cups of coffee and 27,000 Springer Mountain Farm chicken sandwiches,” laughs Black. “We consider this quite a blessing and cannot thank fans enough allowing us into their homes each week! What an honor!”
 
Since nearly the inception of the show, the waiting list to get a seat at the Diner as part of the studio audience has been a multi-year proposition. To resolve this issue, the show has partnered with the newly-opened 700+ seat, Vegas-style venue, Ray Stevens CabaRay Showroom in Nashville.