Sons of the Pioneers
This group of talented individuals holds up the tradition of the original members from 1934, when the show was first created by Roy Rogers.
Now they bring that tradition to you with the Sons of the Pioneers Chuck Wagon Show. Take in the music that will bring you back to a time when life was simpler and the West was wilder. You'll hear songs like "Ghost Riders" and "Red River Valley" with plenty of comedic jokes and acts in between. Don't miss out on the fabulous show, when the Sons of the Pioneer set out to entertain you!
Awards and Accolades
The Sons of the Pioneers holds the record for longevity of consecutive performances. They have also appeared in numerous movies and have composed numbers such as Bob Nolan's "Cool Water."
About the Performers
Roy Rogers started the original Sons of the Pioneers in the mid 1930s. Since that time the members of the group have changed, but the theme remains the same. Currently, the group consists of Luther Nallie, Gary LeMaster, Ken Lattimore, Randy Rudd, Mark Abbott and Ricky Boen.
Joining them for the 2pm matinee shows is champion fiddle player, Justin Branum. Branum is known for winning the National Fiddle Contest in 2008, the Texas State Fiddle Contest, and the Tennessee State Fiddle Contest. He also won the National Championship Fiddle Contest in 2010 and the Tennessee State Mandolin Contest. This star is sure to shine with the Sons of Pioneers, so don't miss out!