John Conlee & Ronnie McDowell

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John Conlee & Ronnie McDowell
Detail Show lasts approximately 2.5 hours
Detail Appropriate for All Ages
Detail Handicap Seating Options Available: Wheelchair Seating, Aisle Seating, Limited / No Stairs Seating
Detail Cameras are Permitted
Detail Restaurant and Gift Shop On-site
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For a limited time, spend a memorable evening being serenaded by two country music legends:  John Conlee and Ronnie McDowell!  Seasoned performers John Conlee and Ronnie McDowell share their catchy tunes, soaring vocals, and skilled guitar playing in an unforgettable evening as they perform some of their great hits like 'Back Side of Thirty' and 'You're Gonna Ruin My Bad Reputation.'  This fun, entertaining show has audiences tapping their feet from beginning to end!

About Ronnie McDowell
After the reports of Elvis Presley’s death in 1977, Ronnie soared to stardom with his widely popular hit 'The King is Gone.'  The record sold an astonishing 5 million copies and was followed by another of McDowell's hits, 'I Love You, I Love You, I Love You.'  In 1979, Ronnie signed with the CBS Records Epic label, and had a string of hits that made the Top 10 list, including 'Older Women,' 'Personally,' and 'In a New York Minute,' all of which gained Ronnie a huge following of loyal fans.  He continues to tour and perform nationwide with his band The Rhythm Kings.
About John Conlee
Born in Kentucky, by age 10, John Conlee was singing in a quarter and playing guitar, and in 1971, moved to Nashville where he began working in the radio industry.  In 1978, he signed with ABC Records and recorded his first single 'Back Side of Thirty,' and then wrote and released 'Rose Colored Glasses' that became a huge success and has been the song for which he became most widely known.  Since “Rose Colored Glasses,” John has released 29 singles, and all but three made the Top 20 or better.  Eight of his singles climbed to No.1 on National Country Charts, and since 1981, he has been a member of the Grand Ole Opry.
Seeing this superstar show is a great way to spend a night on the town in Branson!

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