Share an unforgettable evening with country music legends Larry Gatlin & the Gatlin Brothers as they begin their last year in Branson!
Grammy award winning artists Larry, Steve, and Rudy have experienced a musical career like few others, amassing a total of 33 Top 40 singles and becoming one of country music’s most successful acts of the 1970s, 1980s and today. With only 6 select dates through November, 2015, they will certainly be one of the hottest tickets in town!
Combining artful showmanship, beautifully blended harmonies, and a dash of brotherly camaraderie, the Gatlin Brothers present a solid line-up of their unforgettable hits and new music with an engaging, lighthearted, and very personal experience for their fans. The pure, layered sound of their signature harmonies are joy to behold, and Larry shares several personal stories from his star-studded career which are both fascinating and funny.
In 1979, they released their first album, Straight Ahead. It spawned the classic single “All the Gold in California”, which became their biggest hit together, taking the No. 1 spot on the Hot Country Songs list. This led to Larry being awarded “Top Male Vocalist of the Year” by the Academy of Country Music that year and Straight Ahead was certified gold.
Other big hits include “Take Me To Your Lovin’ Place“, “What Are We Doin’ Lonesome“, “She Used to Sing on Sunday” (1982), “Sure Feels Like Love” (1982), “Almost Called Her Baby By Mistake” (1983), and “Denver” (1984). In 1983, the group had another No. 1 hit, “Houston (Means I’m One Day Closer to You)“.
On January 19, 1985, the Gatlin Brothers sang “All the Gold in California” at the nationally-televised 50th Inaugural Gala. Larry Gatlin also wrote the song “Indian Summer” with Barry Gibb, which he recorded as a duet with Roy Orbison, and they continued with hit releases such as the 1986, “She Used to Be Somebody’s Baby”, and 1988’s”Love of a Lifetime”.