Ronnie Milsap Live In Branson
Known for his blues and country feel, Ronnie Milsap joins the Branson stage for a fantastic one-time performance; whether you are a longtime fan or just getting into his music, this legend is sure to impress. This artist is sure to provide audiences with a spectacular show.
Milsap was born with a birth defect that caused him to lose his sight. When he turned five, he began attending Morehead School for the Blind in Raleigh, NC. It was there that his teachers encouraged his love of music. He was inspired by artists like Ray Charles and Elvis Presley, and he began mastering the piano.
He released his first single in 1963. It was titled, 'Total Disaster'. It was with this single that he began getting his roots into the industry. Later, he signed with Scepter Records in NYC where he was able to work with his idol, Ray Charles, and Stevie Wonder. After moving to Memphis and working under Chips Moman, he played as a session musician on songs like, 'Don't Cry Daddy' by Elvis Presley. Finally, after moving to Nashville, he met Charley Pride and signed to RCA Records. His first single, 'I Hate You', peaked at No. 10 on the country music charts. He went onto create a fantastic career in country music and remains a popular artist to this day.
Awards and Accolades1974: CMA's Male Vocalist of the Year
1975: Grammy for Best Male Country Vocal Performance for 'Please Don't Tell Me How the Story Ends'
CMA's Album of the Year for 'A Legend in My Time'
1976: CMA's Male Vocalist of the Year
1977: Grammy for Best Male Country Vocal Performance for '(I'm a) Stand By My Woman Man'
CMA's Entertainer of the Year
CMA's Male Vocalist of the Year
CMA's Album of the Year 'Ronnie Milsap Live'
1978: CMA's Album of the Year for 'It Was Almost Like a Song'
CMA's Album of the Year for 'Lost in the Fifties Tonight'
1982: Grammy for Best Male Country Vocal Performance for '(There's) No Gettin' Over Me'
ACM Award for Top Male Vocalist
1985: ACM Award for Song of the Year for 'Lost in the Fifties Tonight'
1986: Grammy for Best Male Country Vocal Performance for 'Lost in the Fifties Tonight'
1987: Grammy for Best Male Country Vocal Performance for 'Lost in the Fifties Tonight'
1988: Best Country Collaboration with Vocals for 'Make No Mistake, She's Mine' with Kenny Rogers
ACM Award for Instrumentalist of the Year for Keyboards
2002: ACM's Pioneer Award
2014: Inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame
- Approximately how long is the Ronnie Milsap Live In Branson?
The show lasts approximately 2 hours.
- In what theater is the show held?
- What is the length of intermission at Ronnie Milsap Live In Branson?
Intermission lasts approximately 15 minutes.
- What type of parking do you have?
Onsite parking is free.
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