Frank Spinney and the Good Ole Boys
International recording artist and Nova Scotia Country Music Hall of Fame member Frank Spinney sings original traditional country music.
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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.
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.
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.
Join Frank for some down-home country music and a song near and dear to his heart called Dimes From Heaven.
Frank shares the stories behind some of him songs and then back to the barn with the Good Ole Boys for a lively performance.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Frank and the Good Ole Boys perform traditional Bluegrass Country to honour the life of a member of his musical family.