Branson Country USA Late Show
With a 10:30 p.m. performance on Friday nights, the Branson Country USA Late Show is an excellent choice for late-night fun in Branson. The show is a radio program that airs on local stations across the US including Branson Classic Country 1220AM & 98FM; KHBZ 102.9 FM; and KOZL-27 TV.
Hosts for the program are Jamie Haage (as Jim Dandy) and Mike Patrick. These two, along with the Grand Band, Jackie Brown, Melody Hart and New South, are joined by special Branson stars who come to give a sampling of their impressive talent. Celebrities like Mickey Gilley and Roy Clark make appearances on the show, and the lineup changes weekly so you never know who may show up.
About Jamie Haage
Performing at this beloved country jubilee, Jamie Haage brings tons of comedy to the stage with him. Performing as Jim Dandy, this Ozarks native is known for his quality sense of humor. He has performed for more than 25 years at venues such as Silver Dollar City and with performers such as Harold Morrison, the Wilkinson Brothers, and Buck Trent. He is also a talented musician.
About the Grand Band
The Grand Band performs at every Grand Country Resort show! The Grand Band features the talents of Chad Cathell (lead and acoustic guitar), Larry Allred (bass guitar), Wayne Massengale (fiddle, acoustic and lead guitar), and Rob Blackburn (drums and percussion).
Don't let the fun end when night comes around. Get your ticket to the Branson Country USA Late Show and have a blast after bedtime.
- Approximately how long is the Branson Country USA Late Show?
The show is approximately 2 hours.
- In what theater is the show held?
The show is held at Grand Country Resort's Grand Country Music Hall.
- Do the performers of the Branson Country USA Late Show sign autographs and meet the audience after the show?
Yes. There is an intermission where the guests can visit with performers.
- What is the length of intermission at Branson Country USA Late Show?
Intermission is approximately 15 minutes.
- What type of parking do you have?
Parking is free.