Join country music artists John Conlee and Ronnie McDowell for an evening of supreme entertainment.
Long after the lights go down, you'll still be reveling in the incredible sounds of veteran performers John Conlee and Ronnie McDowell. With soaring vocals, seasoned guitar-plucking skills and a musical journey through some of Conlee and McDowell's biggest hits, this fun loving show will lift your spirits and keep you entertained from start to finish.
About John Conlee
Conlee is the perfect reincarnation of his own songs — a simple man living a simple life. Back in the 70s, he worked in the radio industry for a number of years when he finally decided to promote his own music. He signed with ABC records and released his first single, "Back Side of Thirty." Unfortunately, it fell flat and it wasn't until 1978 that he released "Rose Colored Glasses," which he wrote himself. It was a huge success and became his signature song. Since then, he's released 29 singles and all but three of them made top 20 or better. Eight of his singles climbed to No. 1 on the national country charts. Conlee has been a member of the Grand Ole Opry since 1981.
About Ronnie McDowell
McDowell found his success in the years after Elvis Presley's death with his widely popular hit "The King Is Gone." The record has sold more than 5 million copies and he quickly followed it up with another top song, "I Love You, I Love You, I Love You." He was signed by CBS Records - Epic Label in 1979 and gained an entourage of loyal fans with his string of Top 10 hits including favorites, "Older Women," "Personally," "You're Gunna Ruin My Bad Reputation," "In A New York Minute" and more. Country music legend Conway Twitty spent a great deal of time with McDowell and their duet "It's Only Make Believe" was yet another chart topper. He continues to tour the country and perform for his large fan base with his band The Rhythm Kings.