Blake Emmons is a very accomplished country music singer, songwriter and musician with many respected albums to his credit. He is a Canadian country music singer and entertainer who hosted the 1974 CTV series Funny Farm, the Canadian answer to Hee Haw. He also co-hosted the Nashville syndicated music show The Country Place with Jim Ed Brown for Show Biz Inc. in the 1970s. In 1985, Emmons appeared on the American game show The Joker’s Wild as a contestant.
With an incredible amount of air play in Europe he recently had two songs on ECMA top 100 charts. Go Down To The Well and You Can Fight Hell.
Blake Emmons Country Music Singer
Blake appeared in many sitcoms and popular TV series in the 1980s. These included programmes such as Alice, Mary and TV’s Bloopers and Practical Jokes for Dick Clark. He also hosted the Playboy Shopping Show on the Playboy Channel and appeared nationally on CBC Television’s Countrytime in the early 1970s.
In the mid-1970s, Emmons hosted the ACT Telethon in Edmonton. This was in support of Camp HE-HO-HA for disabled children.
He also was instrumental in creating and hosted the Telemiracle telethon in Saskatchewan for several years beginning in 1977 and remained involved for some time afterwards. Blake Emmons played the male lead “Sheriff Ed Earl Dodd” in the Broadway production The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas as well as the New York Theatrical Production road tour for one year. (Wikipedia)
Music played on country music radio stations includes Country JuX Box 325 & Crazy Joe presents 131 – B Emmons – Who You Are. A Country Corner 15 12 2015 – Time Out * Hillcrest #61. Canadian Country Music – all copyrights respected.
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