Frank Spinney and the Good Ole Boys

City: Atlantic
Director: Aaron Young
Genre: Entertainment
Host: Frank Spinney

International recording artist and Nova Scotia Country Music Hall of Fame member Frank Spinney sings original traditional country music.

To watch Frank Spinney and the Good Ole Boys:

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Episodes

Season 1

Episode 1

Frank and the Good Ole Boys perform some traditional country music from a barn in the Annapolis Valley, that’s sure to get your toes tapping.

Episode 2

Frank will take you to meet some of his musical family with the Spinney Brothers as they gather around the campfire to share stories and sing some bluegrass tunes.

Episode 3

Take a trip through musical history with Frank as he visits the world famous Hank Snow Museum and the Nova Scotia Country Music Hall of Fame.

Episode 4

Join Frank for some down-home country music and a song near and dear to his heart called Dimes From Heaven.

Episode 5

Frank shares the stories behind some of him songs and then back to the barn with the Good Ole Boys for a lively performance.

Season 2

Episode 1

Back in the day, when farmers had a barn raising, they always had a fiddle and a couple of guitars. Join Frank and the Good Ole Boys for some barn raising country music.

Episode 2

Frank, vocalist and songwriter Ruth Manning, and the Good Ole Boys invite you to the front porch Opry in Annapolis Valley to raise money for kids with autism.

Episode 3

Thank God it's Friday. Time for all the hard-working men and women across the country to kick back and enjoy some good country music with Frank and the Good Ole Boys.

Episode 4

From the bright lights and concert stages, Frank and the Good Ole Boys go to a quaint little church in the valley and sing some of their favourite country gospel songs.

Episode 5

Frank and The Good Ole Boys along with guest singer Bonnie Lynn Durling perform a special show for all those moms who kissed the hurt away with songs and stories of years gone by.

Episode 6

Come along with Frank and the Good Ole Boys as they perform a tribute to the Canadian military. Frank also shares a story of his uncle Gordon, a World War II veteran.

Episode 7

Frank and the Good Ole Boys perform traditional Bluegrass Country to honour the life of a member of his musical family.

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