Charley Pride Branson
Country music legend Charley Pride is making his way down to Branson, Missouri for an evening jam-packed with nonstop country hits!
Charley Pride is known for being one of the few African-American musicians to have chart-topping success in the realm of country music, reaching the peak of his musical achievements in the early to mid-1970s. Charley Pride has appeared on ABC's The Lawrence Welk Show and in 1967 Pride became the first African-American performer to appear on the Grand Ole Opry since DeFord Bailey.
Charley Pride has had eight singles reach No.1 on the US Country Hit Parade charts including "I Can't Believe That You've Stopped Loving Me," "I'd Rather Love You," "Kiss an Angel Good Morning" and countless others. In 1969 Pride released his compilation album titled The Best of Charley Pride, which sold over one million copies.
Don't miss your opportunity to see a country music icon in Branson, Missouri!