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The Petersens are an award-winning bluegrass band in their eighth season of shows at the Little Opry Theatre in the Branson IMAX Entertainment Complex. The Petersens give audiences a taste of the authentic Branson music scene with their refreshingly all acoustic show. In 2015, the band received international attention when banjo player, Ellen Petersen, competed in the singing reality TV show, American Idol, and placed in the top 48. This February The Petersens were recognized nationally by the b... Read More
Looking for some late night Branson entertainment? Join us for our Friday night 10:30 PM show!Co-hosted by Grand Country nuts, Jamie Hagge, as Jim Dandy, and Mike Patrick, this show features a rotating roster of special guest stars from the rich Branson entertainment industry. From celebrities such as Mickey Gilley and the Oak Ridge Boys to the up and coming stars of tomorrow, the weekly line up is always a hit!Audiences also enjoy the incredible voices of Jackie Brown, M... Read More
Winner of "Branson's Best Comedy Show", you don't want to miss this amazing comedy and musical extravaganza! This highly entertaining variety show is famous for family friendly Ozarks fun.Comedy Jamboree features some of the funniest comedians in Branson! Starring funny guys, Applejack, Stretch McCord, and Andy Parks, get ready to laugh over and over again. The whole family will get a kick out of the audience participation. Sometimes the guests steal the show.The Jamboree... Read More
If you love the unique sound of "Doo-Wop" from the 50's and 60's, you won't want to miss seeing Doo-Wop & the Drifters. Located in the Branson Hot Hits Theatre in beautiful downtown Branson. This show delivers a production that dares you to sit quietly in your seat. You'll hear songs by some of the legendary Doo-Wop groups of all time, such as the Spaniels, the Cadillacs, the Moonglows, Frankie Lymon & the Teenagers and many others. If you loved the sound of the Drifters, original Drifter Derek ... Read More
Legendary hits from country heros like George Jones, Tammy Waynette, Waylon Jennings, Randy Travis, John & June and Willie, Waylon & Jessie! George Geisser is a spot-on likeness of George Jones with The Race is On, He Stopped Loving Her Today, and I Don’t Need Your Rockin’ Chair! Be sure to see this great show!
You will LOVE the Amazing Pets show at Grand Country Music Hall. Featuring exciting acts and tricks from a troupe of skilled DOGS and TRAINED HOUSECATS, this show is a HIT!Starring an amazing cast of furry creatures, these pets will win your hearts as they perform for your love and laughter. Many have been rescued from animal shelters across the country.In addition to talented dogs and cats doing what they like to do, you'll see beautiful exotic birds and many other magic... Read More
Audiences fall in love with the tight harmonies and dynamic performance of Branson's BEST Quartet, New South! This incredible group entertains with spectacular music, great harmonies, family comedy, and Ozarks hospitality. Mark, Luke, David & Jon sing all of your favorite songs. You'll hear Top 40 Country & Gospel classics, and Rock & Roll hits from the 70's, 80's and 90's. The Grand Jubilee surpasses expectations of any age.Comedy is abundant! Jamie Haage, as Jim Dandy, and Emcee, M... Read More
Jerry Presley is Elvis Presley’s second cousin, as documented in the Presley genealogy, researched and confirmed by the Tennessee Genealogist, Richard Carlton Fulcher in 1987, and is also an identical twin, as was Elvis Presley. In 1970 Jerry began performing his tribute concert to his cousin, Elvis, in Columbia, SC. He toured the southern states between 1970 and 1973 beginning as an opening performer for artists such as Jackie Wilson, The Drifters, The Platters, The Coasters, Bob Seager S... Read More
Let's go back to when music was really music. From Motown's 1st release "Money" by Barrett Strong, to the pulsating sounds of Smokey Robinson's "Ooh Baby, Baby". This is the sound that broke through from the Doo Wop era into a new sound for "R & B". Just to name a few acts you'll see: The Four Tops, Smokey Robinson & the Miracles, The Originals, The Supremes, Martha & the Vandellas, Mary Wells, and last but not least, The Sounds of The Temptations including "Get Ready", "My Girl", "Just My Imagi... Read More