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Musical Guests Lined-Up for Larry’s Country Diner

A live version of the RFD-TV hit show Larry’s Country Dinerreturns to Branson, Missouri this September.  The Starlite Theater and Larry Black, host of Larry’s Country Diner, have released another round of special stars set to appear at the show. Larry’s Country Diner, a popular country music series from RFD-TV, features different musical guests each week and is taped at The Starlite Theater.  The entire cast of the show is appears on stage, including Keith Bilbrey, Sherriff Jimmy Capps, Renae the waitress and Nadine the church lady. 

Upcoming musical guests of the Larry’s Country Diner in Branson include:

September 23: Rhonda Vincent – Vincent is the reigning queen of bluegrass music.  The seven-time International Bluegrass Music Association Female Vocalist of the Year has had several No. 1 albums on the bluegrass chart and is known for songs such as “Only Me.”

September 24th: Gene Watson – Country hit maker Watson is a favorite guest of Larry Black’s.  He’s had six No. 1 songs, 23 Top 10 hits and is famous for hits like “Love in the Hot Afternoon,” “Fourteen Carat Mind” and “Farewell Party.”

September 25: Dailey and Vincent – Grammy-award winning Dailey and Vincent formed by Jamie Dailey and Darrin Vincent, are currently one of the most popular acts in bluegrass music.  Look forward to hits like “I Believe” and “When I Stop Dreaming.”

September 26: Mandy Barnett – Country singer and stage actress Mandy Barnett started her career as a tribute artist to Patsy Cline.  She revisits the role frequently, but is also known for her own music.  Her biggest solo hit has been “That’s All Right with Me.”

September 27: Mo Pitney and Bill Anderson – Pitney is an up-and-coming artist singed to Curb Records.  He’ll be joined by “Whisperin’” Bill Anderson, who has more than 40 studio albums, 29 Top 10 hits and seven No. 1 hits to his name, including “Mama Sang a Song,” “I Get the Fever,” and “World of Make Believe.”

September 28: Jimmy Fortune – Another favorite of the show, Fortune is a former Statler Brother.  He sang tenor for the group for 21 years and wrote several No. 1 songs recorded by the group, including “Too Much on My Heart” and “More Than a Name of a Wall.”

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