Howdy & Welcome to
MARISA'S HEE HAW TRIBUTE PAGE!
This is an unofficial Hee Haw tribute page, dedicated to one of the longest-running syndicated shows in history.
We here at the Hee Haw Tribute Page would like to extend our condolences to the family of Jerry Brightman, former steel player for Buck Owens and the Buckaroos, who was a part of the Hee Haw family for several seasons. Jerry was a contributor to this site and his talent and contributions will be missed.
All about Hee Haw
Visit the OFFICIAL HEE HAW Website at www.heehaw.com! The good folks at Gaylord have made some awesome updates to the site recently. You really should check it out!
Watch Hee Haw every Sunday night on RFD-TV!
There are some great Hee Haw photos on RFD's site too!
Help support Marisa's Hee Haw Tribute Page! Buy Hee Haw DVD's from Amazon!
The Hee Haw Collection: Episode 72
March 14, 2015 update:
I'm sorry. I haven't updated much in the last four years. But now I have a master's degree in Instructional Technology. So now I have credentials, and I guess that means I can update the sites again. Keep checking back with me... I'm looking forward to it.
Thank you folks for kindly stopping in! God bless ya'll!
Marisa's Hee Haw Tribute Page salutes my home town, Ridgetop, Tennessee, population 1994, which is about twice what it was on June 15, 1969. SA---Lute!!!! Check out my Ridgetop Reflections.
May your pleasures be many, your troubles be few.
Come back when you can stay longer! We'll be here - same time, same place - Lord willing and the creek don't rise.
I've had at least visitors since January 2001!!!
Or BILLIONS AND BILLIONS SERVED, whichever you choose to believe.
This page brought to you by Marisa Bush, also doing business on www.rissystreasures.com. To contact me click here.
All material on this site copyright 2002-2011 Marisa Bush, unless otherwise stated. "Hee Haw" is a trademark of Gaylord Entertainment Company. I have no ties with Gaylord and do not claim ownership of anything "Hee Haw" except the collectible items that I have gathered over the years and the material which I have written about the show and its performers.
Please feel free to link to this site. Please do not feel free to steal from it. (I know about you folks who stole my picture of Don Rich.) Thank you.