hollywood lights
nashville nights

Two Hee Haw Honeys Dish Life, Love, Elvis, Buck & Good Times in the Kornfield

In their star-studded memoir, Hollywood Lights, Nashville Nights, coauthors Victoria Hallman and Diana Goodman are the first of the iconic Hee Haw Honeys to write about their lives as the glamour gals of TV’s longest-running syndicated variety show.

“There is no one on this green earth who could better tell the tales of Hollywood Lights, Nashville Nights than Victoria Hallman and Diana Goodman. And, oh, the tales they can tell! There they were, right in the middle of it all, falling in and out of love with the biggest names in show business. They were given a front-row seat to the greatest show on earth, Hollywood, Vegas, and Nashville, and were surrounded by some of the most brilliant talents we have ever known. Fasten your seat belts – Hollywood Lights, Nashville Nights will be a bumpy, fun-time ride for all.”

—Robert Hicks, New York Times Best-selling author

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Available in paperback, hardcover, and Kindle. 

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Hollywood Lights, Nashville Nights - Chapter 6

by Victoria Hallman

 Celebrity endorsements . . .
                                          

“FIVE STARS.  Nice insider’s view.
James B. Shaw
Buck Owens Buckaroos Keyboardist 1970-present
Buck Owens Productions Senior Executive Producer

“I have read and enjoyed the book very much.”
Peter Cooper
Country Music Hall of Fame Senior Executive Director
Grammy Nominee

Hee Haw was all about friends and family having a great time and laughing together – both on the set and with everyone watching at home. One big family! Some of the relationships formed while making that show will last forever. Victoria Hallman is one of those people – my forever friend. I think so much of her because she cares about people. I know she cares about my family and me. I know that she would be there for me if I needed her. As special as she makes me feel, I know she does this for everyone because she’s just that kind of person.”
Irlene Mandrell
Co-star of Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters
Hee Haw Star
Co-author of The Mandrell Family Cookbook

“My first crushes were the Hee Haw Girls.”
Robert Reynolds, the Mavericks
Grammy WinnerCountry Music Association Award Winner
Academy of Country Music Award Winner

“The Hee Haw Honeys were the best; they always stole the show.”
Jett Williams
Daughter of country music legend Hank Williams
Grammy Nominee
Author of Ain’t Nothin’ as Sweet as My Baby

“When I was a little girl, my dream was to grow up to be a Hee Haw Honey.”
Georgette Jones – Recording Artist
Daughter of country music legends Tammy Wynette and George Jones
Author of The Three of Us: Life with George and Tammy

Hee Haw and the Grand Ole Opry shared a building, so I’d be over there all the time just hanging with the Hee Haw gang and my old friend Buck. I always wanted to look like the Hee Haw girls.”
Jan Howard
Grand Ole Opry Star
Author of Sunshine and Shadow

“You think Dean Martin had some good-looking gals – those Goldiggers on his TV show? Let me tell you, the Hee Haw Girls were the best – ever!”
T.G. Sheppard
Recording Artist

Hee Haw’s got a wonderful place in my heart. I started watching it when I was a kid and fell in love with the Hee Haw Girls. So, when I grew up and actually got to be on the show, well that was very, very, very cool.”
T. Graham Brown
Recording Artist

 

Reviews From The Media

Victoria Hallman reminisces about time as Hee Haw Honey

Victoria Hallman reminisces about time as Hee Haw Honey

By Alec Harvey for AL.com . . .  Victoria Hallman and Diana Goodman were in attorney Bruce Phillips’ office one day reminiscing – Goodman about her time dating Elvis Presley, Hallman about her relationship with Buck Owens, both about their time as Hee Haw Honeys on...

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Buck Owens’ girlfriend recalls . . .

Buck Owens’ girlfriend recalls . . .

Stephanie Nolasco / FOX NEWS  . . .  When Victoria Hallman was starting out in the '70s – she worked for Bob Hope as the comic’s opening act – she had no idea one of country music’s biggest stars would sweep her off her feet. In the early spring of 1979, Hallman’s...

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