In the beginning, the idea of producing a Family-Friendly television show was discussed between two good friends, Harrison Tyner (“HT”) and Bill Traylor – both with strong faith and a passion for Music that Inspires and Entertains. Tyner’s background being the Country Western Music arena and Traylor’s being Southern Gospel Music, they determined to join together and produce the TV Show known as Cheyenne Country. Initially, the show centered only on Faith-Based Music but through fan response and over time slowly evolved to what it is today. Though still based on Christian Faith, the show now offers Patriotic and Country Music with Inspirational Lyrics and Messages for the whole family. In time the partners desired to develop another TV show which focused completely on Southern Gospel Music. Tyner’s BellaVerde Films LLC owns and produces Cheyenne Country. Traylor continues as Consultant and wrote: “I’m proud to say Tyner is Executive Producer of the Show and given his extensive Country and Western Music background and Christian faith, I’m convinced the Show is in good hands and the future is bright for Cheyenne Country”. Country Music, Inspirational Messages and Pure Family Entertainment and Fun – This is Cheyenne Country with your Hosts, Jennifer Herron and Rich Price.


Craig Anderson – Jib Master


Craig is a 25 year veteran of the Nashville and middle Tennessee television production industry. His talents cover a wide range including producer, studio manager, videographer, and lighting director to name a few. Craig received a regional Emmy Award for his lighting work on one of many shorts on which he has worked. Cheyenne Country is honored that Craig is part of our family.

Tom Terry – cameraman

With over 30 years’ experience in television production beginning in Mississippi before moving to Nashville 25 years ago, Tom has worked on such signature events as the annual CMA awards, Bonnaroo, The Jimmy Kimmel show and spent many years working with the Jim Owens Company on shows such as Crook and Chase and Nashville Now and also worked for WSMV-TV for over 23 years before separating from them in late 2010. He now works across the Mid-State area as a regular production team member for the Nashville Predators & Country Music Hall of Fame and is behind the camera for Cheyenne Country.

Vince Pinkerton – Director

A multi-talented twenty-seven year Nashville television veteran who has held the positions of Audio Engineer, Studio and Field camera operator, Promotions Manager, Commercial Lines Producer, Video Editor, Music Video Director/Editor, Documentary Director/Editor, Non-News Content Producer and Voice-Over Artist. After ending his 15-year association with Nashville’s NBC affiliate WSMV-TV, Vince pooled his many talents and started Pinkerton Productions. A faithful Christian, loving husband and father, Vince works tirelessly directing / editing all our episodes. Follow Vince:

Jennifer Herron – Co-host

A broadcast and music industry veteran, fans of WSM know her as the voice of the Ernest Tubb Midnite Jamboree. She’s also an Emmy-nominated television personality. Jennifer has now branched out her communication skills as a publicist for numerous entertainers. Talented, gracious, energetic, professional and always eager to lend a hand, Cheyenne Country is truly blessed that Jennifer Herron is part of our family. Follow Jennifer:

    Rich Price – Co-host

Early in his musical career, Rich became known as The Singing Sierran, reflecting the nature of his original songs about riding life’s many trails. His singing style is universal – a gentle blend of the outdoors coupled with a love of western music. With his band, The Singing Sierrans, Rich performs at various concert venues and has represented the United States several times in China’s annual International Cultural Tourism Festival in Beijing, the largest of its kind in China. As co-hosts of Cheyenne Country, Rich and Jennifer are seen weekly in millions of homes throughout America, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, the UK and the rest of Europe.   Check out:

Keith Bilbrey – Announcer

A legendary country music disc jockey and television host in Nashville, Tennessee, Keith serves as a DJ at Nashville’s WSM, as an announcer on the Grand Ole Opry, as the host of TNN’s Grand Ole Opry Live, Larry’s Country Dinner, Music City Roots and Gabriel Communications, as well as announcing the Cheyenne Country show. Keith is also an actor, known for “Mama Mae: The Life and Music of Mae Boren Axton” (2015). Follow Keith:

Baxter Black – “From Out There”

He’s a cowboy poet, former large animal veterinarian and entertainer of agricultural masses. As he puts it, “he has a narrow following, but it’s deep!” For over 25 years he has traveled the U.S. and Canada, scattering his wit and left-handed observations to folks looking for a bright spot in their day. When asked how many books he has written, he quotes the late Franklin Delano Roosevelt, “Altogether, too many.” Having sold over a million books and audios, he writes a weekly column, has a weekly radio program, a weekly television program, including Cheyenne Country. Log on Baxter’s website for lots of interesting and enjoyable info:

Mary Hentges – distribution manager

 Mary Hentges is Cheyenne Country’s Distribution Manager. She received her Bachelor of Science Degree from Middle Tennessee State University, followed by years of public service and an Associate degree in Information Technology from ITT Technical Institute. We are honored to have Mary as part of our team.

Matt Huitt – webmaster

Growing up in a small farming community outside of St. Louis, Matt began working in audio as a teenager running sound for his church.  Graduating in 2004 with BS in Music Business, his experience in live audio has taken him on two international tours to Europe and Asia.  After moving to Nashville and working in the offices of Skaggs Family Records, he now works as a tracking and mix engineer at the historic Hilltop Recording Studio and a freelance web designer.  With Matt in our family we are both confident and excited about the future of

Harrison Tyner (“HT”) – Producer

His first film production was on Olympic two-time gold medal winner and Dallas Cowboy Super-bowl champion ‘Bullet’ Bob Hayes titled “Olympic Cowboy”. In 1973 Elvis offered Tyner a personal exclusive contract to manage and produce Sherrill (Shaun) Nielsen, requiring keeping Elvis informed through frequent conversations and visits. As a result, Tyner’s abilities continued to grow as evident in his production of the classic gold album “Songs I Sang For Elvis” – released shortly after the death of Elvis and digitally re-released in the multi-disc package, “The Best Of Sherrill Nielsen”. Producing Cheyenne Country continues to call up his training and experience. 


“Cheyenne Country” is a division of BellaVerdeFilms LLC – The Company is headquartered a few miles from Nashville off I-65N in the Rivergate area at 204 Bluebird Drive, Goodlettsville, TN 37072. This location is also home to HTi Music LLC – HTi has long been active in music with its BMI and ASCAP publishing as well as its Adonda Records label division – www.AdondaRecords