Brenda Lee & B.J. Thomas

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Witness the wonderful pop-country legend, Brenda Lee, in concert for a limited, up-close-and-personal performance; bringing her famous sound to the stage, this concert is one you will not want to miss out on.
Lee is known for her country, pop, and rockabilly musical hits. This styling of music is sure to be a favorite among crowds who love all genres. Playing her hits for the crowd, you are sure to get up on your feet, dancing and singing along with her great music. A wholesome family show, this is perfect to create memories on your next vacation.

Having started performing when she was just five years old, Lee has a rampant history of musical showcasing. She got her start by performing at her church, as well as local TV and radio programs. In 1955, she broke out when a local radio disc jockey persuaded Red Foley to hear her sing. Entranced, Foley then allowed her to perform on his stage that night. The crowd was transfixed, and she performed three more songs. 

In March of the same year, she made her network premiere on Springfield, Missouri show, Ozark Jubilee. Decca Records then offered her a record deal two months later. Her song, 'One Step at a Time' became a hit in 1957, followed by, 'Dynamite'. In the years of 1958 to 1966, she released many hit songs including No. 1 hit, 'I Want to be Wanted'. 

In 1960, she recorded her signature song, 'I'm Sorry', and it hit number one on the Billboard pop charts. The single also led to her being nominated for a Grammy award and became her first gold single. Brenda Lee went on to release 30 albums and is a member of the Rock and Roll, Country Music, and Rockabilly Hall of Famous. She is also the winner of a Lifetime Achievement Grammy Award.

Famous for the hit 'Raindrops Keep Fallin' on my Head', BJ Thomas joins Brenda Lee on the Branson stage. They will impress all music-lovers, young and old, with their country style.

BJ Thomas brings his pop, country, and Christian influences to the stage to weave together a stunningly family-friendly performance that will have the whole family dancing along. He is famous for the song, 'Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head'.

He was raised in Houston where he sang in a church choir. Developing his love of music beginning there, he later joined the band, The Triumphs. The Triumphs released the album I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry in 1966, and it spawned their first hit cover with Hank Williams' 'I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry'. Thomas went solo that same year and signed with Scepter Records. In his career, he released over 40 albums and had countless hit singles. His classic song, 'Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head' was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2014.

Awards and Accolades
GMA Dove Award for Album by a Secular Artist

Grammy Award for Best Inspirational Performances

Grammy Award for best Inspirational Performances

Grammy Award for Best Inspirational Performance

Grammy Award for Best Gospel Performance, Contemporary

Grammy Award for Best Inspirational Performance
GMA Dove Award for Album by a Secular Artist

Grammy Hall of Fame Award
Do not miss out on your chance to see these legends, up close and personal, in concert at the Andy Williams Moon River Theater.

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Great show, especially brenda lee, got her autograph after show, many patrons not happy because bj thomas was not there after the show
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