Thursday, Dec. 7

7 p.m. | Ray Stevens CabaRay Nashville

A variety show with the Nashville songwriter, Hall of Fame member, Nashville Cat Musician, arranger and artist Ray Stevens featuring hundreds of multi-talented/famous guest appearances.

There's music, humor and insightful evergreen conversation that takes the viewer behind-the-scenes and tells the backstories of the hits, as well as the artists and the writers who brought them to us.

8:30 p.m. | Dr. David Perlmutter's Whole Life Plan

Effortless weight loss. Freedom from neurological disorders and other chronic conditions. Boundless energy. Sound sleep. A happy belly. A robust immune system. Relief from depression and anxiety. A sharp, fast-thinking brain. Control of your health destiny.

These are all terrific goals, and who wouldn’t want to achieve them? But such monumental accomplishments don’t come without hard work and sacrifices. You can’t necessarily turn away from the standard American diet — bread, soda, OJ, sugar, cereal, muffins, bagels, processed foods — and embrace a totally gluten-free, low-carb lifestyle overnight. It takes commitment. It takes effort. But it is possible with the plan outlined in this program.

10 p.m. | Renee Fleming - Christmas in New York

American soprano Renee Fleming's first-ever holiday album celebrates the beloved and iconic Christmas season in New York City. From the holiday windows lining 5th Avenue to the red and green-lit spire of the Empire State Building, the essence of the city at the most wonderful time of year is captured on Christmas in New York. Pop, Broadway and jazz greats Chris Botti, Kurt Elling, Wynton Marsalis, Brad Mehldau, Kelli O Hara, Gregory Porter and Rufus Wainwright join Renee as she lends her sublime voice to hits like "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas," "Silver Bells" and other gems, including "Central Park Serenade" a brand new duet by songwriting legend Diane Warren.

11 p.m. | The Texas Tenors: Rise

Join America’s favorite tenors for an all-new concert filmed at Galveston’s Grand 1894 Opera House. Highlights include a show-stopping tribute to Les Misérables, selections from Phantom of the Opera, and classic rock, pop and country favorites.