…in the span of her 30-yr career
For 10 years Frankie was a regular on the early morning Ralph Emery Show, singing with a live band, or playing piano and singing, dedicating songs to people in the viewing audience. The show was broadcast on NBC affiliate WSMV-TV and this show had the biggest lead-in audience – in the whole nation – to the Today Show on NBC. That was because it was broadcast to all markets within 150 miles of Nashville.
Four times on the Channel 4 Noon Show
Talk of The Town, Nashville’s #1 midday show for 30 years.
The Scene at 6 on channel 4.
Three times on Nashville Now on TNN (The Nashville Network) a prime-time cable show, performing her own material.
Crook & Chase nightly talk show with Lorianne Crook and Charlie Chase.
TNN’s You Can Be A Star, a daily amateur talent show for county and western music
TNN’s Country Today , covering topics reflecting country lifestyle
Bobby Jones Gospel, the long standing gospel music show on BET channel
The Nashville Gospel Show 2 times
Ralph Emery Christmas Special, ESMV-TV Channel prime time show with Ray Stevens
Channel 5 plus with Nick (CBS affiliate)
Fox News – Memphis Affiliate
Composite of TV Appearances:
(see the video above)
– Introduction on the stage of the Grand Ole Opry, by country artist Porter Wagner, for performance in the “Best of The Best” talent show. To make it this far, Frankie had won all 3 of the talent shows, singing her original material.
– on Country Today her performance on TNN (The Nashville Network)
– American Magazine, TNN show singing her original song, “The Very Best Of Me”
– Talent show, comedy cut up, “Big Legged Woman”
– Talent show, original material winner “I Wish I Were Your Lady”
– Hosting talent show with Bobbi Randall, television host, and member of country band, Sawyer Brown
– Bobby introducing Frankie singing her original song, “Just the Way I Am”
– Closing out the show with Bobbi, singing Elvis Presley’s “Blue Suede Shoe’s ”