Does this guy ever sleep? We know him as the ever-present and always optimistic host of the Bobby Bones Show here on 102.3 The Bull, but Bobby’s got a few side gigs going on and one of those will make its appearance on television this evening (02.26.20).

Circle is a new television channel that focuses on Country music and is available on digital channel 6.3 here in Wichita Falls. The Circle channel is new and may not be on your provider yet, but If you’re using an antenna and you’ve done a channel search in the last couple of years you probably already get this channel.

Starting this evening our own Bobby Bones will be hosting a show called Opry, a weekly one hour show featuring exclusive highlights from the Grand Ole Opry stage. According to their website the show airs at 9:00 this evening but they only show two time options, East or West, so check in a little early if you don’t want to miss it.

The Circle website describes tonight’s debut Opry episode as featuring performances and interviews with Luke Combs, Darius Rucker, Lainey Wilson, Old Crow Medicine Show and Jimmie Allen.

Bobby was a natural choice for this show and is no stranger to the Ryman Auditorium, here he is giving us a tour and talking about his show to benefit the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

The new Opry show will feature live Grand Ole Opry performances that were recorded at the Ryman, backstage conversations, some comedy and more.

In addition to Bobby’s show, Circle's schedule features lots of other great Country programming from hunting and fishing shows, to concerts, to movies starring your favorite Country artists, to the artists talking about the process of writing songs and sharing them with the audience. Some of their programming is vintage '90s country and some of it, like Bobby's show, is being currently produced.