Billy Dean has been in the country music industry since 1990 and has performed alongside some of the industry's biggest names including Alan Jackson, Kenny Rogers, and The Judds. For a limited time, you can see this legend perform on the Dick Clark's American Bandstand stage in Branson, Missouri and sing along to your favorite hits including, "Billy the Kid," "Only Here for a Little While," "Only the Wind," and "Thank God I'm a Country Boy". This show is great for any country music lover!
Throughout his career, Billy has released eleven studio albums, three of which have been certified gold. In 1992, he was nominated for a Grammy Award for Song of the Year for his brilliant song "Somewhere in My Broken Heart". That same year, he was named Top New Male Vocalist of the Year at the Academy of Country Music Awards. This musician has many other awards under his belt and continues to amaze audiences across the country.
The Life of Billy Dean
Dean was born in a small Florida town named Quincy. With a population of less than 10,000, young Billy did not have a lot of entertainment. His interest in music began at an early age and by eight, he began playing in his father's band The Country Rocks. Throughout his teen years, he toured local bars and venues, singing his heart out and making a name for himself. He went to college for one year before dropping out to pursue his dream of music. Billy got his first big break into country music when he won on Star Search as the Best Male Vocalist in 1988, eventually leading him to be signed with Columbia Records.
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- Approximately how long is the Billy Dean?
The show lasts approximately 2 hours.
- In what theater is the show held?
The show is held at Dick Clark's American Bandstand theater.
- What is the length of intermission at Billy Dean?
Intermission is approximately 15 minutes.
- What type of parking do you have?
Parking is free at the theater.