JOE DIFFIE AND FRIENDS ADOPT A 'HONKY TONK ATTITUDE' ON TNN'S 'NASHVILLE NOW'
NASHVILLE, Tenn., April 6 /PRNewswire/ -- Country music star Joe Diffie plays host to vocalist Patty Loveless, tour mate Tim McGraw, and racecar driver Ernie Irvan, Monday, April 12, on TNN: The Nashville Network's Nashville Now in an evening devoted to "Honky Tonk Attitude." The specially themed program is titled after Diffie's self-penned album, single, video and tour, "Honky Tonk Attitude." According to Webster's dictionary, a honky-tonk is a "cheap nightclub or dance hall." According to Diffie's song, a honky-tonk attitude is "a state of mind -- where everyone goes to dance away their blues." "As the host of this special Nashville Now, I'm giving my guests the license to adopt a honky-tonk attitude -- a license to let go and have a good time," said Diffie. "This will be an exciting evening where good friends gather for a little party, a lot of music and a whole night of fun." Nashville Now, The Nashville Network's live weeknight entertainment series, is telecast weekdays at 9 p.m. (repeats 1 a.m., all times Eastern). -0- 4/6/93 /CONTACT: Susan Sizemore or Nancy Neil, 615-871-6996, or Cheryl Daly, 212-916-1041, all of Group W Satellite Communications/
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|Date:||Apr 6, 1993|
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