Jimmy Fortune Live
Don't miss out Jimmy Fortune in Branson; for a limited time, watch as Fortune plays a solo show full of good times, bluegrass, and grand country music.
Having performed with the Statler brothers for over twenty years, Fortune has mastered his craft. With skill, he serenades the audience with hits that he wrote himself. His music is family-friendly and will have the entire audience on their feet dancing along to the country music.
About Jimmy Fortune's Career
Fortune sang tenor for the Statler Brothers beginning in 1982. A talented songwriter, as well as singer, Fortune, wrote the bluegrass hits, 'Elizabeth', 'Too Much on My Heart', 'My Only Love', and 'More Than a Name on a Wall'. 'Elizabeth' was a top bluegrass release on Dailey & Vincent. After the other Statler Brothers members retired in 2002, Fortune took the opportunity to launch his solo career in which he released five new albums under his own record label and several other singles. He has continued success as he pursues more musical ventures.
Jimmy Fortune built an extremely successful career with his singing and songwriting. Because of these skills, he was inducted into the coveted Country Music Hall of Fame. As well as that honor, he also won the GMA Dove Award for Bluegrass Recorded Song of the Year.
About the Theater
This fantastics show takes place at one of Branson's most beloved entertainment venues. The Mansion Theatre for the Performing Arts is the largest theater of its kind and brings some of the best entertainment to the Ozarks. The theater has expansive seating with 3,000 seats, a mezzanine, and a balcony. The shows also take advantage of a great sound and lighting system to bring each show to life. Some of the amazing artists that have performed concerts at the Mansion include comedian Jeff Foxworthy, Charlie Daniels, Kenny Rogers, and the Oak Ridge Boys.
You will want to witness this country music star in the flesh as he performs some of his wonderful bluegrass hits! Bring the whole family, and be prepared to dance and sing along!
Come and join one of the best performances ever of Jimmy Fortune. Get out of your seat and move those feet as you listen to some of your favorite songs. It's good old fashion fun for the entire family so don't forget the kids and bring the grandparents, too! This concert is about two hours long. You don't want to miss out on the excitement and fun.
- What is the dress code?
Dress code is casual.
- In what theater is the show held?
The Mansion Theatre for the Performing Arts.
- What is the length of intermission at Jimmy Fortune Live?
Intermission lasts approximately 15 minutes.
- What type of parking do you have?
Parking is free.