Reliving Country Music’s Past in Branson, MO
A weekend of experiencing Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, Roy Rogers and Dale Evans, and Jim Reeves would be a dream come true to country music and western lifestyle enthusiasts, and just such a time can be found in Branson, MO! From reliving the classic sounds and sights that you grew up with as a kid to helping a new generation become acquainted with classic country, Branson can directly place you in the heart of the west through a variety of live shows and attractions. And whether visiting for a day or an entire week, you should find more than enough to keep you entranced in the past for a vacation that will do more than show you another part of our nation, but show you an entirely different era as well!
Randy Steffen and Susan Hudson star in this classic ode to Hank Williams and Patsy Cline. You’ll see country music’s king and queen take to the stage one more time for an unforgettable experience that will amaze through its authenticity. From “Honky Tonkin’” to “Sweet Dreams,” you’ll be able to relive all of your favorites live one last time.
Jim Reeves Tribute Show with Nephew John Rex Reeves
Country sensation Jim Reeves was on the fast-track to international stardom until an ill-fated plane crash ended his shining life short, though he is still remembered through countless fans, and through the performance of his nephew John Rex Reeves. The talents and charisma of Jim carry on flawlessly through John, and will leave audience members feeling as if they’ve actually seen Jim take to the stage.
Roy Rogers Dale Evans Museum
Roy Rogers and Dale Evans captivated a generation of children, showing them exactly what it meant to be a cowboy and cowgirl. Through their caring characters and catchy tunes they quickly rose to the forefront of all that it was to be a western icon. And with the Roy Rogers Dale Evans Museum you’ll find an in-depth look at their lives, and the legacy they left behind. Additionally, Roy “Dusty” Rogers Jr. holds regular performances at the museum, offering the chance for a look into the lives of Roy and Dale, as well as a memorable show paying tribute to the cowboy persona that they helped to build.