NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Season four of the Bellamy Brothers’ “Honky Tonk Ranch” will air on Circle Country on April 2 at 8 p.m. ET, and new episodes will premiere every Tuesday at the same time. Fans can watch Circle Country via streaming partners The Roku Channel, Samsung TV Plus, Vizio WatchFree+, Peacock, Redbox, XUMO, Sling Freestream, and FuboTV. Learn more about how to watch at

Previous seasons of the hit reality series, which chronicles their “unusual lives, blending music stardom, vigorous road tours and cattle ranching (Tampa Bay Times),” are available to watch for free on Circle Country’s YouTube channel. Starting April 12, season four episodes will also be available every Friday at 12 a.m. ET after the initial premiere on Circle Country.

The Bellamy Brothers celebrated taping the 50th episode of “Honky Tonk Ranch” earlier this week. The season four premiere stars Dennis Quaid who joins the Bellamy Brothers in studio to record a cover of “I Can Help.” Past episodes have featured special guest appearances from Blake Shelton, Lauren Alaina, Tanya Tucker, John Schneider, Mickey Gilley and many more of the duo’s legendary friends.

With dozens of No. 1 singles between them, the Bellamy Brothers recently released “Forever Ain’t Long Enough” with Gene Watson. The musical icons debuted the “sublimely country (MusicRow)” song live at the Grand Ole Opry, where they filmed an upcoming episode of “Honky Tonk Ranch.” “Forever Ain’t Long Enough” will be included on the Bellamy Brothers’ upcoming album, Double Dog Dare, which also features their 2023 release, “I’d Lie to You For Your Love” featuring K.T. Oslin. 

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Apr. 4 Steiner Ranch Steakhouse- Austin, Texas
Apr. 5 Boro Fest- Hillsboro, Texas
Apr. 6 Southern Junction- Rockwall, Texas
Apr. 7 Eclipse Fest/ 11th Street- Bandera, Texas
Apr. 12 Country Thunder- Florence, Ariz. 
Apr. 13 The Liberty- Roswell, N. M.
Apr. 19 Wild, Wild West Fest- Andrews, Texas
Apr. 20 Paramount Theater- Abilene, Texas
Apr. 23  Lloyd Minster, SK
Apr. 24 Lethbridge, Alberta
Apr. 25 Cranbrook, British Columbia
Apr. 26 Edmonton, Alberta
Apr. 27 Calgary, Alberta
Apr. 28 Oliver, British Columbia
Apr. 30 Trail, British Columbia
May 1 Vernon, British Columbia
May 2 Mission, British Columbia
May 3 Northern Quest Casino- Airway Heights, Wash. 
May 4 Wildhorse Casino- Pendleton, Ore. 
May 9 The Copper Door- La Varnia, Texas 
May 10 The Post OG- Orange Grove, Texas 
May 11 Cooper’s Christoval- Christoval, Texas 
May 16 Grand Ole Opry- Nashville, Tenn. 
May 17 Southbound Bar & Grill- Springfield, Miss. 
May 18 Sugar Creek Casino- Hinton, Okla. 
May 19 Vibrant Arena- Moline, Ill.
May 24 Main Street Crossing- Tomball, Texas
May 25 Main Street Crossing- Tomball, Texas 
May 30 Summer Nights Concert- Stephenville, Texas
May 31 Yoakum’s Tom Tom Festival- Yoakum, Texas
June 1 Steel Sizzlin BBQ and Country Expo- Buffalo, Texas
June 2 Longhorn Ballroom- Dallas, Texas
June 7 Homestead Festival- Columbia, Tenn.
June 8 Kentucky Opry- Benton, Ky.
June 14 Sesser Homecoming- Sesser, Ill.
June 15 Clay Campbell- Bowling Green, Ky.
June 20 Country Jam Colorado- Mack, Colo.
June 21 The Hop Utah, Logan, Utah
June 22 Duck Creek Village, Utah
June 27 Steiner Ranch Steakhouse- Austin, Texas
June 28 Floores Country Store- Helotes, Texas
June 29 Freedom Fest- Sanger, Texas
July 3 City Celebration- Baytown, Texas
July 4 Camp Margaritaville- Crystal Beach, Texas
July 5 M7 Arena Independence- Alvarado, Texas
July 6 Jackson Street Jams- Burnet, Texas
July 9 Nashville North USA- Fall Creek, Wis.
July 12 Heritage Days- Two Harbors, Minn.
July 13 B’s On The River RibFest- Watertown, Min.
July 17 North Iowa Fair- Mason City, Iowa
July 18 Bluegrass Music Hall- Owensboro, Ky.
July 20 Country Thunder Wisconsin- Twin Lakes, Wis.
July 25 The Pines Theater- Lufkin, Texas
July 26 House Pasture Cattle Co.- Concan, Texas
July 27 Border Town Days- Farwell, Texas
July 28 Rocker B Ranch- Graford, Texas
Aug. 1 WE Fest- Detroit Lakes, Minn.
Aug. 3 Elbert County Fair- Kiowa, Colo.
Aug. 6 Lea County Fair & Rodeo- Lovington, N.M.
Aug. 8 Carbon County Fair- Rawlins, Utah
August 9 The Newberry- Great Falls, Mont.
Aug. 10 Halfway House Bar & Grill- Troy, Mich.
Aug. 16 Anderson Music Hall- Hiawassee, Ga.
Aug. 17 Windsor Harvest Picnic- Windsor, Ill.
Aug. 23 Bare Bones BBQ- Gatesville, Texas
Aug. 24 Sweetwater AG Boosters- Blackwell, Texas
Aug. 28 Thomas Promise Foundation- Dade City, Fla.
Aug. 30 Old Town Theatre- Huntsville, Texas
Aug. 31 Coyote Country Store- Gail, Texas
Sept. 1 Alto Country Club Dance- Alto, N.M.
Sept. 6 First Avenue Club- Iowa City, Iowa
Sept. 7 Monson Lake Opry Fest- Sunburg, Minn.
Sept. 12 Steiner Ranch Steakhouse- Austin, Texas
Sept. 13 Putters & Gutters- Marble Falls, Texas
Sept. 14 2929 Roadhouse & Rest- Hockley, Texas
Sept. 20 Happy Holiday RV Park- Cherokee, N.C.
Sept. 21 Belleville Homecoming Festival- Belleville, W.Va.
Sept. 22 Andy Griffith Playhouse- Mount Airy, N.C.
Sept. 26 Durant Fall Concert Series- Durant, Ola.
Sept. 27 Arlington Music Hall- Arlington, Texas
Sept. 28 Private- Abilene, Texas
Oct. 3 Georgia National Fair- Perry, Ga.
Oct. 4 The Stockyard- Holiday, Fla.
Oct. 5 Boot Barn Hall- Gainesville, Ga.
Oct. 12 11th Street Cowboy Bar- Bandera, Texas
Oct. 13 Cuero Turkeyfest- Cuero, Texas
Oct. 17 Private- Dade City, Fla.
Oct. 18 Rome City Auditorium- Rome, Ga.
Oct. 19 Sagebrush Round-Up- Fairmont, W.Va.
Oct. 24 Lava Cantina The Colony- The Colony, Texas
Oct. 25 The Mansion Theatre- Branson, Mo.
Oct. 26 Private- Denison, Texas
Nov. 1 Main Street Crossing- Tomball, Texas
Nov. 2 Main Street Crossing- Tomball, Texas
Nov. 4 Scott Innis Benefit Show- Poplar Bluff
Nov. 8 Showcase Theatre- Reidsville, N.C.
Nov. 9 Jettie Baker Center- Clintwood, Va.
Nov. 14 Peppermill Casino- Wendover, Nev.
Nov. 15 Peppermill Casino- Wendover, Nev.
Nov. 21 Greenville Municipal Auditorium- Greenville, Texas
Nov. 22 The Mansion Theatre- Branson, Mo.
Nov. 23 Private- Ft. Worth, Texas
Dec. 7 Wild Will’s Saloon & Dancehall- Ranger, Texas
Dec. 12 Golden Nugget Casino- Las Vegas, Nev.
Dec. 13 Grizzley Rose- Denver, Colo.
Dec. 20 Williams Auditorium- Henderson, Tenn.

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.  

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