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Branson Landing’s Newest Show features Branson “Anthem”

The live music show capital – Branson – has a lot to sing about these days. Two of the flagship attractions, Silver Dollar City and Shepherd of the Hills Outdoor Drama, celebrate 50 years in Branson in 2010. Plus, the vacation destination is still a top place to see great shows like The Presleys, The Baldknobbers, Shoji Tabuchi and Yakov Smirnoff.

The song “Listen to the Music” by the Doobie Brothers has become the theme song for Branson and many will recognize the tune from the nationally televised Branson commercials. To celebrate the variety of live Branson shows available to visitors, the Branson Landing – a 95-acre waterfront dining, shopping, and entertainment complex – has added a new show to their $7.5 million fountain spectacular showcasing “Listen to the Music.”
Visitors to the Branson Landing will now be able to hear the Doobie Brothers classic set to water, fire and lights for a magnificent production you’ll only see in Branson. Officials with the Branson Landing stated the addition was a great way to showcase what the Midwest vacation destination was about and what the city has to offer.

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