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Bone Collector

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Hosts Michael Waddell, Nick Mundt, and Travis "T-Bone" Turner will take the Outdoor Channel viewer across the globe in the enthralling, always entertaining "warts and all" style that Outdoor Channel viewers have come to know and love. Hunts of all kinds will be represented – bow, muzzleloader, shotgun, and rifle.


Luke Bryan

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With his 2007 debut, "I’ll Stay Me," Luke Bryan unapologetically shared his own brand of traditional country music with an ever-growing legion of fans. On his sophomore release, "Doin’ My Thing," Luke is destined to find an even broader audience.It’s been a heady couple of years since Luke released his critically acclaimed first album. Not only has he scored top ten hits with "All My Friends Say" and "Country Man," but the singer-songwriter also won Music Row’s Breakthrough Songwriter Award.


Country Goes Huntin'

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Country Goes Huntin'™ was born of humble beginnings and continues to grow each year because of the humble hearts that contribute to its success. The brainchild of childhood buddies, Sam Klement and Rhett Akins, Country Goes Huntin'™ was designed to bring together two Southern passions-country music and hunting-to make a difference in people's lives.


Dallas Davidson

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Dallas Davidson is one of those rare individuals that can make anyone immediately feel at ease. Dallas is an award-winning, country music songwriter. His credits include the Number 1 and Grammy-nominated hit "Start a Band" by Brad Paisley and Keith Urban and the Number 1 hit "That's How Country Boys Roll" by Billy Currington. Dallas received two Number 2 country hits for “Honky Tonk Badonkadonk” by Trace Adkins and “Put A Girl In It” by Brooks & Dunn. Besides "Put A Girl In It" Dallas has also collaborated with his friends Rhett Akins and Ben Hayslip on the Top Ten country hits for Jack Ingram with “Barefoot and Crazy” and Joe Nichols with "Gimmie That Girl".

Colt Ford

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Colt Ford is a walking, talking 300-pound celebration of country music and country living. His songs pay tribute to the people, pastimes and attitudes that define a lifestyle embraced from Texas to Wisconsin, from Florida to Washington State and a lot of places in between. For all the bigger-than-life excitement that defines his music and his stage show, though, Colt is quick to point to what lies underneath it all.


Brantley Gilbert

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Brantley Gilbert knows that tomorrow is no guarantee. Just over five years ago the talented singer/songwriter was ignoring his deepest ambition of becoming a country singer and was just going through the motions of everyday life. It wasn’t until a nearly-fatal car accident that Brantley opened his eyes, realized the importance of living each day to the fullest, and decided to pursue his love for music as a career.


Jamey Johnson

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He could be basking in his songwriting accolades, but Jamey Johnson remains a restlessly creative maverick.Jamey is the co–writer of the CMA and ACM 2007 Song of the Year “Give It Away,” recorded by George Strait. Trace Adkins, George Jones and Joe Nichols have also recorded his songs. But instead of sitting at home counting his royalty checks, Jamey Johnson recorded more than 40 songs during the past year.


Bobby Pinson

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Born of triumph and tragedy, Bobby Pinson's songs embody the power and integrity to take them across the width of today's musical landscape. Political statements, personal mantras, real-life situations, and the examination of the human condition all find a place in Bobby's diverse material.


Michael Waddell

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I’m really proud of where I’ve come from, and I’m excited about where I’m at and where I’m headed. I got my start in the hunting industry by winning a Realtree turkey calling contest, and from there I started guiding and filming hunts. Before I knew it, I was runnin’ camera for Realtree all over God’s creation, and learning all I could about TV production. The idea for “Realtree Road Trips” was born a few years later and since then, my life has been a whirlwind – huntin’, travelin’, workin’ hard and meeting great folks from coast to coast. I’m lovin’ every minute of it, and I wouldn’t trade it for anything. And I plan to keep on runnin’ and gunnin’ until the Good Lord slows me down.