In this funny and often touching autobiographical one-man show, entertainment icon Pat Boone sings the hits and tells the stories of his 50+ years in show business. From the early days of competing with Elvis for the number one spot on the pop music charts, to his film and television career to an inside glimpse of his family life…Pat shows why he’s still one of the all-time greats.
Music & Memories: An Evening with Pat Boone was conceived and designed to provide the live audience with an inside look into Pat Boone’s career spanning 5 decades. More
Obie Award winner Jason Petty, turns his critically acclaimed storytelling and singing abilities toward the most wonderful time of the year – Christmas! Decked out in their best holiday attire and festive, traditional sets, Jason and Grammy nominated singer Carolyn Martin, backed by a five piece band straight out of Nashville, perform the songs and tell the stories of your favorite country
Over a four decade career as a solo artist and with The Gatlin Brothers, Larry Gatlin has scored 33 Top 40 hits and won several awards including a Grammy.
“All The Gold In California”
“Houston (Means I’m One Day Closer to You)”
“She Used to Be Somebody’s Baby”
“Talkin’ to the Moon”
Acclaimed recording artist and performer Mandy Barnett portrayed Patsy Cline in multiple sold-out runs of the stage show Always…Patsy Cline at Nashville’s famed Ryman Auditorium and appears on the original cast recording. She is a frequent guest on the Grand Ole Opry and is equally as comfortable onstage with symphony orchestras.
The O’Connor Band’s very first performance took place at the legendary Walnut Valley Festival in Winfield, Kansas in 2015. In 2017 – less than a year and a half later – they took home the GRAMMY Award for Best Bluegrass Album for their debut recording, Coming Home.
In a whirlwind 18 months, the band has also performed at the GRAMMY Awards Premiere Ceremony, received standing ovations at the Grand Ole Opry, and reached the No. 1 spot on Billboard’s Top Bluegrass Albums chart.
Take a look at Pam Tillis’ mantel and it’s lined with three CMA awards, two Grammy awards, and a shiny new IBMA award. But look a little closer and
you will see snapshots of Pam’s life, memories captured with family and friends. Pictures of Pam with Dolly Parton, Tony Bennett, Clive Davis and many others who Pam once may have idolized but now consider friends. “Those relationships nurture my music, says Pam. “They’re more important than any awards.”
If John Denver had a son….You have to admit it. The resemblance to music icon John Denver – who died in 1997 when his experimental aircraft crashed into the Pacific Ocean – is uncanny. Listen to Ted Vigil and you’ll be Rocky Mountain High all over again. More
Growing up Travis was exposed to a broad variety of musical styles, from Country to Swing, to Rock & Roll, as well as Classical. His fascination with music and instruments led to formal piano lessons at the age of 9. Before long, Travis was writing his own songs. Over the years, Travis LeDoyt has developed into a truly remarkable talent; singer, performer, songwriter, and musician (piano, keyboard, guitar), but most of all he is fast becoming one of America’s most convincing, jaw-dropping tribute acts to ever grace the stage.
Tap any member of multi Grammy nominated The Time Jumpers on the shoulder and the face that turns to greet you will be that of one who’s made major contributions to the richness and vigor of country music.
The current edition of The Time Jumpers includes 10 members, each a master of his instrument. They are[from left to right in about photo] “Ranger Doug” Green (vocals, acoustic rhythm guitar), Paul Franklin (steel guitar), Brad Albin (upright bass), Billy Thomas (drums, vocals), Kenny Sears (vocals, fiddle), Larry Franklin (fiddle), Andy Reiss (electric guitar), Jeff Taylor (accordion, piano), Joe Spivey (fiddle, vocals) and Vince Gill (vocals, electric and acoustic guitars).