NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The highly-anticipated third season of the Bellamy Brothers’ hit reality series “Honky Tonk Ranch” premieres tonight at 7 p.m. ET on Circle via streaming partners Tubi, Samsung TV Plus, Peacock, The Roku Channel, Redbox, XUMO, FuboTV and VIZIO SmartCast®. Learn how to watch HERE.
Seasons one and two of “Honky Tonk Ranch” are available to watch internationally on the Circle Now app. Season three episodes will be added to the app on Wednesdays at 12 am E.T.
The first episode of “Honky Tonk Ranch” finds the Bellamy Brothers in Europe on a touring blitz that takes them from Belgium to the United Kingdom where they perform at a castle that David’s wife Susan swears is haunted. Ashley Campbell, daughter of fellow country legend Glen Campbell, guest stars in the episode as the duo’s opening act.
“Honky Tonk Ranch” chronicles the Bellamy Brothers’ “unusual lives, blending music stardom, vigorous road tours and cattle ranching (Tampa Bay Times).” Season three features additional special appearances from Blake Shelton and Lauren Alaina, who also appeared in the last season, John Schneider, Mark Wills and more of the Bellamys’ friends and peers.
The Bellamy Brothers’ most recent project, 40 Years: The Vinyl Album, celebrated their journey to fame that started on the pop music charts in the ‘70s and took a winding turn into country music in the ‘80s. Produced by David and Howard Bellamy along with Randy Hiebert, the project includes “If I Said You Had A Beautiful Body,” originally scrawled on a dinner napkin by David, which rocketed them to the top of the country charts the way “Let Your Love Flow,” the project opener, had done in the pop market just a few years earlier. An “international symbol of country music” (CMT), the Bellamy Brothers also recently wrapped the final leg of their World Reboot Tour.
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BELLAMY BROTHERS 2023 TOUR DATES
May 26 Country Tonite Theatre – Pigeon Forge, Tenn.
May 27 Private – Abingdon, Va.
June 2 The Post OG – Orange Grove, Texas
June 3 Red River Station BBQ – Saint Jo, Texas
June 4 The Roundup Outdoor Music Venue – Boerne, Texas
June 9 Barn at Paint Fork – Barnardsville, N.C.
June 10 Back Road Park & Event Venue – Altoona, Ala.
June 16 Wagon Wheel Ridge – Karlstad, Minn.
June 17 El Rancho Manana Campground – Richmond, Minn.
June 18 Sevenwinds Casino, Lodge & Conference Center – Hayward, Wis.
June 23 The Historic State Theater Complex – Elizabethtown, Ky.
June 24 Meramec Community Fair – Sullivan, Mo.
June 29 Steiner Steakhouse – Austin, Texas
June 30 Coyote Store – Gail, Texas
July 1 Wild Will’s Saloon and Dancehall – Ranger, Texas
July 2 Private – Mabank, Texas
July 3 Thunderbird Casino – Norman, Okla.
July 6 Arnolds Amusement Park – Arnolds Park, Iowa
July 7 ND Country Fest 2023 – New Salem, N.D.
July 8 Rosebud Casino – Valentine, Neb.
July 14 House Pasture Cattle Co. – Concan, Texas
July 15 Backyard Bar & Grill – Crosby, Texas
July 21 Cindy Walker Days – Groesbeck, Texas
July 22 11th Street Cowboy Bar – Bandera, Texas
July 27 Birdsong Amphitheater – Stephenville, Texas
July 28 Buck’s Backyard – Buda, Texas
July 29 Private – San Angelo, Texas
Aug. 4 Private – Ft. Worth, Texas
Aug. 5 Private – Yorktown, Texas
Aug. 10 Broadway Theatre – Rock Springs, Colo.
Aug. 11 La Plata County Fair – Durango, Colo.
Aug. 12 Riverfront Concert Series – Fruita, Colo.
Aug. 18 Sugarcreek Casino – Hinton, Okla.
Aug. 19 Neon Moon Restaurant and Social Club – Yantis, Texas
Aug. 22 Budweiser Gardens – London Ontario, Canada – Alabama Tour
Aug. 24 Canadian Tire Centre – Ottawa, Ontario, Canada – Alabama Tour
Aug. 26 Private – Dade City, Fla.
Sept. 1 Blue Gate Performing Arts Center – Shipshewana, Ind.
Sept. 2 Rollies – Sauk Rapids, Minn.
Sept. 7 Steiner Steakhouse – Austin, Texas
Sept. 8 Dosey Doe Big Barn – The Woodlands, Texas
Sept. 9 Private – Waco, Texas
Sept. 15 American Made Music Festival – Hiawassee, Ga.
Sept. 16 Union County Opry – Maynardville, Tenn.
Sept. 17 Tuck’s Bar & Grill – Minor Hill, Tenn.
Sept. 22 Andy Griffith Playhouse – Mount Airy, N.C.
Sept. 23 Liberty SHowcase Inc. – Liberty, N.C.
Sept. 28 Hempstead Hall – Hope, Ark.
Sept. 29 Kingman Historic Theatre – Kingman, Kan.
Sept. 30 Salt Festival – Grand Saline, Texas
Oct. 5 Private – Ft. Worth, Texas
Oct. 6 Seafair – Rockport, Texas
Oct. 7 Albert Icehouse & Dancehall – Albert, Texas
Oct. 11 Georgia Mountain Fair – Hiawassee, Ga.
Oct. 14 Hogtoberfest – Cotulla, Texas
Oct. 15 Private – New Braunfels, Texas
Oct. 20 Mansion Theatre – Branson, Mo.
Oct. 27 Bare Bones BBQ – Gatesville, Texas
Oct. 28 Las Palmas Race Park – Mission, Texas
Nov. 2 Steiner Steakhouse – Austin, Texas
Nov. 3 Billy Bob’s – Fort Worth, Texas
Nov. 4 Keeping It Country Live – Shreveport, La.
Nov. 10 Cotton Eyed Joe – Knoxville, Tenn.
Nov. 11 The Cameo Theater – Bristol, Va.
Nov. 16 Meyer Theatre – Green Bay, Wis.
Nov. 17 First Avenue Club – Iowa City, Iowa
Nov. 18 Mansion Theatre – Branson, Mo.
Nov. 24 Main Street Crossing – Tomball, Texas
Nov. 25 Main Street Crossing – Tomball, Texas
Dec. 13 Stephens Performing Arts – Pocatello, Idaho
Dec. 14 The Showroom at the Golden Nugget – Las Vegas, Nev.
Dec. 15 Grizzley Rose – Denver, Colo.
ABOUT BELLAMY BROTHERS
David and Howard Bellamy continue to prove the trail they’ve ridden to fame has been as unique as their music itself—music that is now celebrating more than 40 years of success. The road that started on the pop music charts in the ‘70’s, took a winding turn into country music in the ‘80’s, paving the way for duos to come, such as Brooks & Dunn, Montgomery Gentry, Big & Rich and The Judds. “If I Said You Had A Beautiful Body (Would You Hold It Against Me),” originally scrawled on a dinner napkin by David, rocketed them to the top of the country charts the way “Let Your Love Flow,” had done in the pop market just a few years earlier. It proved to be the first of a string of 14 No. 1 singles in the U.S. alone. They’re the only U.S. country music act who’ve toured in Dubai, India, Sri Lanka, New Caledonia and Qatar. The Bellamy Brothers hold the record in both the Academy of Country Music (ACM) and the Country Music Association Awards (CMA) for the most duo nominations. Numerous Grammy nods have also been directed toward the brothers. The Bellamys are also opening up their lives to television audiences with their reality show, “Honky Tonk Ranch.” Each episode captivates viewers by the unpredictable misadventures the Bellamys face while balancing their globe-trotting touring schedule while running their sprawling family ranch in south Florida. “Honky Tonk Ranch” is executive produced by David Bellamy and directed, shot and edited by Derrek Kupish, CEO/founder of dkupish productions.