One fantastic thing about Branson, Missouri is its ability to always offer fresh, new shows. At Legends in Concert they prove this over and over again as they feature a rotating cast of tribute artists. Each time you see the Branson show you’re sure to be entertained by something new!
Take a look:
The Blues Brothers
Buble, who is performed by Scott Keo, is making his Branson debut. Keo’s voice shines on Buble songs like “Haven’t Met You Yet” and “Home,” and is already been a big hit with audiences.
Larry Turner pays tribute to George Strait. He’s perfected his “Texas Troubadour” act over the years. Perfectly rendered songs such as “I Cross My Heart” and “Check Yes or No” make him a consistent favorite.
The icon known as Marilyn Monroe is paid tribute to by Stacey Whitton. She brings Monroe to life with an act that brings the comedy, voice and allure to center stage. Gentlemen, she might need a volunteer or two during her performances of “Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend.”
Bucky Heard and Justin Clark return to the Branson stage as The Blues Brothers. Their classic routine of Jim Belushi and Dan Akroyd’s characters never fails to bring the laughs.
Branson’s resident Elvis, Dean Z, is currently performing at the Legends in Concert Myrtle Beach. In his stead, is Elvis tribute artist Leo Days. Performing some of Elvis’ iconic material, Days concentrates on the late 60s and 70s era of Presley’s career.
This line-up at the Branson Legends in Convert can be seen now through October 31, 2014. Purchase Legends in Concert tickets in advance to reserve the best possible seats.
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