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RESTLESS HEART AND GAYLORD OPRYLAND ANNOUNCE DATES FOR A SEASON OF HARMONY DINNER SHOW

Legendary Country Group to Perform 29 Shows at Gaylord Opryland's A Country Christmas; Dinner Shows Kick-off November 20 and Continue Through Christmas Day

rhxmasgaylordNashville, Tenn. (October 28, 2014) - Today, Restless Heart and Gaylord Opryland Resort announced the official dates for A Season of Harmony Dinner Show. Beginning on November 20 and continuing through Christmas Day, Restless Heart will perform a total of 29 live dinner shows as part of Gaylord Opryland's A Country Christmas.

Known for chart-toppers like "The Bluest Eyes in Texas," "I'll Still Be Loving You," "Why Does It Have to Be (Wrong or Right)" and "When She Cries," the band—celebrating 30 years with its five original members—will perform holiday classics and original songs from its new Christmas album, A Season of Harmony, as well as fan-favorite hits.

LARRY GATLIN PARTNERS WITH USA CLOTHING MANUFACTURERS

Gatlin Joins Forces with The Sewell Companies, Diamond Gusset and Mill Town Music Hall to Promote the "American Legend" Series

GatlinBlazerNashville, Tenn. (October 27, 2014) – Country music legend Larry Gatlin has joined forces with several American companies to place a new emphasis on buying products made in the United States. The "American Legend" series is a collaboration of 'Made in America' businesses promoting a movement to buy American, bringing jobs and profits back to US soil. The program consists of a new line of high quality western jackets and dress jeans made in the United States and carrying the Larry Gatlin name. The "American Legend" series 2014 Holiday Collection, presented by Gatlin, the series’ first official legend, will debut in October of this year for the holiday season. View the Larry Gatlin Collection here.

The Sewell Companies, an American manufacturer of men’s and women’s clothing and uniforms for the United States military, has been producing tailored garments in the south for almost 100 years. Another manufacturing leader in the clothing business, Diamond Gusset, focuses on the strong American principles this country was founded on when choosing to manufacture their jeans in an American factory. Both of these companies have not been immune to the pressure US manufacturers felt to outsource their workforce overseas. On the contrary, these companies are standing up for American workers and have enlisted the support of one of country music’s legends.

“I'm honored to be a part of this series and I am proud of what it stands for,” says Gatlin. "Made in America,' that's where it's at!"