Irlene Mandrell and John Schneider Take a Walk Down Memory Lane in YouTube Series, "Now and Then"
When you join two icons on one episode of Irlene Mandrell's "Now and Then" YouTube series, magic is what you should expect and that is exactly what they give us in her latest installment.
To make it even better, the introduction is done by the oldest Mandrell sister, Barbara!
Make sure to watch this video as these two staples in music and entertainment, take us on a journey between "Now and Then", with a bonus clip below of some additional laughs they had.
This, for me, is a personal favorite. After having grown up watching these two rise through their careers, respectively, and having the opportunity to have spend some time with them both in the "real world", I can not say enough about the kind-hearted, most generous people they truly are.
Keep up with both of them on all social media platforms (see links below) and get out to a show near you soon. You will not leave disappointed, in fact, you will fall in love with them all over again.
About Irlene Mandrell:
Texas native Irlene Mandrell is the youngest of the world famous Mandrell sisters. Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters aired on NBC and in the UK, with over 40 million viewers.
Irlene has received numerous awards including two Music City News Comedy Act of the Year and most recently received the NACMAI Award and holds her own star on the Country Music Walkway of Stars.
Irlene appeared on numerous television shows like The Tonight Show, The Oprah Winfrey Show and starred in the historical Country variety series Hee - Haw with Roy Clark, Minnie Pearl and Buck Owens for it's last eight years.
Irlene has just released an imspirational book, "God Rains Miracles" focused on her family.
She recently released a patriotic album, titled "Thanks To You," on Reviver Records, dedicated to Military and First Responders.
Irlene just released a new country single to radio called "You Ain't Nothin' But A Heartache."
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