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"A Horse With No Name"
"Sister Golden Hair"
"A Horse With No Name" made the band called America famous in the United States, Europe and beyond, leading the way for an impressive string of hits to follow. America's journey has taken them into a wide variety of musical terrain, and a look backward seems overdue as they enter their fourth decade.
America at Wildwood Springs Lodge
America returned to the upper reaches of the Pop chart in 1982 with "You Can Do Magic" and brought their live show to audiences in new corners of the globe. In many ways Beckley and Bunnell came into their own as mature artists during this time. And their growth has continued into the present day with such impressive releases as 1998's “Human Nature.”
In a special appearance Rusty Young will open for America.
Packages available: concert tickets only; dinner and concert; dinner, concert and lodging.
Arlo Davy Guthrie is an American folk singer. Like his father, Woody Guthrie, Arlo is known for singing songs of protest against social injustice.
Arlo Guthrie was born with a guitar in one hand and a harmonica in the other. As the eldest son of America's most beloved singer/writer/philosopher, Woody Guthrie, and Marjorie Mazia Guthrie, a professional dancer, Arlo grew up surrounded by dancers and musicians, all of whom were significant influences on his musical career.
Arlo Guthrie's career exploded in 1967 with the release of Alice’s Restaurant, whose title song was a hilarious account of actual events that took place in 1965. The song premiered at the Newport Folk Festival and helped foster a new commitment among the '60s generation to social consciousness and activism.
Fifty years after the historic events that launched him to reluctant celebrity, Arlo brings to the stage “The Alice’s Restaurant Massacree” in its entirety, along with many favorites from his catalog.
Presented at 7:30 p.m. in the Leach Theatre, on the campus of Missouri University of Science and Technology. Tickets: $40; youth, $30.
February 2, 2015 at 7:00pm (snow date is Feb 11)
Branson, dubbed the “Live Music Show Capital of the World,” is the perfect place to escape the winter blues in January and February.
Branson’s Hot Winter Fun Big Show is a perfect event to sample a wide variety of shows and performers, jam-packed into one exciting show. Curtain at 7 p.m. in Dick Clark's American Bandstand Theatre.
The show provides the audience an opportunity to see portions of several Branson shows. The show is emceed by popular Branson entertainer, Bob Leftridge, of the Baldknobbers Jamboree.
Tickets: $35 (purchase in advance of show date and save $5); age 4-12, $10. Call for tickets. VIP package includes show tickets, VIP overlook seating, dinner from Dick Clark's American Bandstand Grill, and access to a cash bar.
Visit our website for all of the details, a list of performers and schedules.
Internationally renowned guitar superstar Joe Bonamassa visits the Fabulous Fox with a brand new show for his fans, offering two entirely new and exciting band line-ups with Bonamassa essentially opening for himself.
The first set will feature Bonamassa alongside the world music acoustic band from his #1 Billboard acoustic CD and DVD, An Acoustic Evening at the Vienna Opera House (J&R Adventures). Playing an assortment of rare, vintage, organic and “oddball” instruments, the performers include Gerry O’Connor, Mats Wester, and Lenny Castro who will run through an hour of the signature acoustic performance from Bonamassa’s Vienna show, treating the audience to a gorgeously textured “unplugged” experience.
Bonamassa will then shift into electric mode for the second half of the show featuring his regular touring band: Carmine Rojas (bass), Tal Bergman (drums), and new touring keyboardist (and fellow Black Country Communion member) Derek Sherinian.
Tickets are $82-$128 and are on sale now.
This is the 58th year of Johnny’s career and he is so grateful to all of his fans. The unmistakably smooth sounds of Johnny Mathis and his romantic ballads have become some of the most popular hits of all time.
Don’t miss this legendary entertainer, tow days only, at the Oak Ridge Boys Theatre.
Swing into the holidays with our annual holiday show! Keep your Yule cool and join us for exciting big band and vocal arrangements of your favorite Christmas and holiday songs. The Kansas City Jazz Orchestra is proud to feature one of the great vocal groups of our generation: The New York Voices. The only danger being is that we might swing Santa right out of his sleigh!
Performance is at 7 p.m. in Helzberg Hall at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts. Tickets are available online.
The Messiah performance of the year! More than 250 powerful voices brings Handel’s choral masterpiece to life. The Independence Messiah Choir joins with the Symphony and Symphony Chorus to continue the 98-year tradition of performing Handel’s glorious Messiah, bigger and better than ever in the acoustically marvelous Helzberg Hall at the Kauffman Center.
From “The Passion of the Christ” to the “Hallelujah” chorus, this is the perfect way to kick off your holiday season.
Performances are Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. Tickets are available online.
Clair de lune, one of the most famous piano works, comes to life in this orchestral transcription. Then, American pianist Orion Weiss performs Mozart in his effortless style. Exploring the cosmos, perhaps no other classical work takes us deeper into our solar system than The Planets. You’ll leave feeling suspended in space after “Neptune,” as the Kansas City Symphony Chorus women send you off into the dark and mystic unknown.
Performances are Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 2 p.m. in Helzberg Hall at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts. Tickets are available online.
Jake Shimabukuro is a ukulele virtuoso and composer known for his fast and complex finger work. His music combines elements of jazz, blues, funk, rock, bluegrass, classical, folk, and flamenco. “The ukulele has always fascinated me because it doesn’t intimidate other people,” Jake says of his instrument.
In his young career, this ukulele wizard has already redefined a heretofore under-the-radar instrument, been declared a musical “hero” by Rolling Stone, won accolades from the disparate likes of Eddie Vedder, Perez Hilton and Dr. Sanjay Gupta, wowed audiences on TV (Jimmy Kimmel and Conan), earned comparisons to Jimi Hendrix and Miles Davis, and even played in front of the Queen of England.
Presented at 7:30 pm at Leach Theatre on the campus of the Missouri University of Science and Technology. Reserved seating. Tickets: adult $32; youth $28.
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