Orange Blossom Opry Christmas Show!
Orange Blossom Opry Christmas Show!
James creates an evening of non-stop laughter with a wry sense of the absurd, a Southern accent and universal story telling. The ridiculous, the common and sometimes even the simplest events all become hilarious in the hands of this master storyteller and world-class comedian.
Any musician in Nashville has heard of Charlie McCoy. A mainstay in Music City since the '60s, Charlie has played on dozens of hit records, including work for such legends as Elvis Presley, Simon & Garfunkel, Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, Roy Orbison and many more. But the work that has distinguished this world-class harmonica player is contained on more than two dozen albums that Charlie has released over the past 3 decades.
Tommy Mara has a very loyal group of fans. People are drawn to his passion for the music he sings. He brings tears to the eyes of strangers. He has a reputation for being a powerful singer and for having an incredible stage presence. And truly, his voice is a force to be reckoned with. Come and hear the great DooWop
With a showman's flair, a comedian's wit, and the capacities of a bona fide Mentalist or thought reader, The Amazing Kreskin has, for 5 decades, dramatized the unique facets of the human mind, his own! His very name has become an integral part of pop culture throughout the world, invoked in comedy clubs, comic strips, print stories, and TV shows. When Johnny Carson played the character "Carnac the Magnificent" on the "Tonight Show", he was spoofing the Amazing Kreskin. Kreskin a favorite guest on Johnny's show and Merv Griffin has also been a regular on Howard Stern, David Letterman, "Regis & Kathy Lee" and many others.
Billy Dean first gained national attention after appearing on "Star Search" and has recorded 8 studio albums since 1990, of which 4 have been certified "Gold". He has generated more than 20 hit singles on the Billboard Country charts including 11 Top Ten hits.
YOU’D SWEAR IT’S ED SULLIVAN , BUDDY HOLLY, HANK SR. , MICK JAGGER. THIS GUY WILL HAVE YOU LAUGHING FROM THE MOMENT HE ENTERS THE STAGE. GEORGE TRULLINGER IS HIGH ENERGY AND EXTREMELY TALENTED. HE IS BACKED BY THE FABULOUS ORANGE BLOSSOM OPRY BAND WHO WILL SIMULATE SPECIAL GUESTS TO MAKE THE NIGHT EVEN MORE MAGICAL. YOU WILL NOT WANT TO MISS THIS NIGHT OF FUN ENTERTAINMENT.
The genealogy and musical roots of Firefall run deep in the fertile soil of American folk/rock music. Along with contemporaries like Crosby, Stills and Nash, The Band, The Eagles, and Loggins and Messina, they created a sound that defined a generation and forever changed the musical landscape. For founder Jock Bartley, Firefall is a 30 year labor of love. Their layered harmonies backed by driving rhythms transcends many genres from rock to country to AC and brought the band platinum and gold success with such hits as "You Are The Woman," "Strange Way," and "Just Remember I Love You."
There's an old saying, "If you want someone's attention, whisper." Bill Anderson has been using that philosophy for over fifty years to capture the attention of millions of country music fans. Some of his hits include "Po' Folks", "Mama Sang A Song", "The Tips of My Fingers" and "Still". Bill has been voted Songwriter Of The Year six times, Male Vocalist Of The Year, and in 2001 he received the ultimate honor of membership in the Country Music Hall of Fame. Bill has been a member of the Grand Ole Opry since 1961.
The Lettermen name first appeared in February 1958 on the marquee of the Desert Inn Hotel Resort Showroom in Las Vegas. The 60's and early 70's saw The Lettermen score over 25 Chart singles, including "Theme From A Summer Place", "Goin' Out of My Head/Can't Take My Eyes Off You", and "Hurt So Bad". Their signature sound made romantic standards of songs such as "Smile", "Put Your Head on My Shoulder", "Shangri-La", "Love" and on and on. The Lettermen has been part of Americana for fifty years and as long as there is a Lettermen group, they will be singing good , quality and positive harmony music the whole family can enjoy.