This show is three hours of power packed entertainment. Doug Gabriel and Roy Clark share the stage to bring you a memorable performance. Doug Gabriel will sing his favorites, from Marty Robbins to Tom Jones, while he showcases his talents on piano and guitar. Cheryl, Doug's wife of 19 years, will rivet you with her salute to Patsy Cline. Roy Clark will sing his classics, "Yesterday When I was Young," "Thank God," and "Greyhound You're Gone," plus many others. You hear Roy's famous guitar picking that you have to hear to believe! You have never seen anything like Roy and his cast performing their Orange Blossom special. It's an experience you will never forget!
You will see and hear Doug's virtuoso skill on the guitar and piano, and be entertained by one of the world's smoothest and most powerful singing voices. Long before you leave the theater, you will know why Doug Gabriel is a three-time Male Vocalist of the Year winner, who was also voted "Entertainer of the Year" and "Instrumentalist of the Year" in 2000. You will also know why Doug's show was voted Best Morning Show three years in a row.
Doug Gabriel has been singing since he was three years old. His mother and father encouraged him and helped him become the star he is today. Part of that encouragement is evident in Doug's show, where you will see Doug play his world-famous "Mufftar," a guitar his father made from a 1969 T-Bird muffler and guitar parts when Doug was 10 years old.
Throughout his illustrious career, Roy Clark has performed around the world. A master of all stringed instruments, Roy also plays trumpet, trombone and piano. He's a singer of simple love ballads and rousing country rockers. His brand of humor is infectious, but he's difficult to categorize. Is he a singer, a comedian or an instrumentalist? The answer is that he's more than all of these. He is a great entertainer. Mr. Clark was inducted as a member of the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville. Besides his own concert appearances, he is featured regularly as a guest artist with many of the top symphonies. One of his personal highlights was his featured performance with Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops, which was seen as a special on PBS-TV and was one of their most popular shows of the season.
Roy's was named Entertainer of the Year by the Academy of Country Music and the Country Music Association, Comedy Act of the Year by the Academy of Country Music, Country Music Star of the Year by the American Guild of Variety Artists, Playboy Magazine's Readers Poll as Picker of the Year, Best Country Guitarist by Guitar Magazine, Country Music Banjo Championship, and others to numerous to list. Roy received a Grammy in 1982 for his instrumental performance of Alabama Jubilee. Together, Doug Gabriel and Roy Clark present an unforgettable, unique show