Gaither Music Group Partners With Circle For Fall Lineup Of Music Programming

Gaither Music Group has joined hands with Circle, a fast-emerging network dedicated to putting fans inside the circle of everything country.

Gaither Music Group Partners With Circle For Fall Lineup Of Music Programming

Gaither Music Group has joined hands with Circle, a fast-emerging network dedicated to putting fans inside the circle of everything country. As home to some of the finest performers in gospel and country music, Gaither has been developing TV specials since the early 90s, entertaining and inspiring fans for over 25 years, making the partnership with Circle and its lineup of new shows, unforgettable live performances, and classic TV favorites a natural one.

Gaither programming will be available on Circle starting on October 6 with the Gaither Gospel Hour airing weekly – Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET and again at midnight, as well as at 2:30 ET each Sunday. The fall lineup will include gospel music specials featuring Alan Jackson, Josh Turner, Joey+Rory, Fortune/Walker/Rogers/Isaacs, Alabama, and more.

Created by Opry Entertainment Group, Circle is a premium linear television and OTT (over-the-top) streaming channel dedicated to celebrating country music and the country lifestyle. The network also recently announced streaming distribution partnerships with Roku, inc., Samsung TV Plus, VIZIO Smartcast and XUMO, which will bring its original programming to an additional 76 million users. With a vision for highlighting country music artists and the passions, hobbies, and love of music they share with their viewers, the network connects country fans and artists like never before.

“We are looking forward to this partnership,” stated Paul Sizelove, president of Gaither Music Group. “The Opry stage has long been synonymous with some of the most-respected performers in country and gospel music. Gaither Music Group has been developing artists and creating recordings within the gospel and country music landscape for decades. After years of cross-promotions with the Opry teams through retail and events, it feels