John Conlee & Ronnie McDowell

John Conlee & Ronnie McDowell
Location: Legends Family Theater,
 
Detail Show lasts approximately 2.5 hours
Detail Appropriate for All Ages
Detail Handicap Seating Options Available: Wheelchair Seating, Aisle Seating, Limited / No Stairs Seating
Detail Cameras are Permitted
Detail Restaurant and Gift Shop On-site
John Conlee & Ronnie McDowell, Ronnie McDowell
John Conlee & Ronnie McDowell have already played there 2015 date in Branson, no other 2015 dates are known at this time. Please check back for 2016 dates.
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For a limited time, join country music legends John Conlee and Ronnie McDowell for an evening of supreme entertainment.  Veteran performers John Conlee and Ronnie McDowell will astonish with their incredible 

Sounds, 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 could be a character right out of his own songs — a simple man living a simple life.  In the ‘70s, he worked in the radio industry until signing with ABC records and releasing his first single, 'Back Side of Thirty.'  In 1978, he wrote and released 'Rose Colored Glasses,' which was a huge success and became his signature song.  Since then, he's released 29 singles and all but three of them made the top 20 or better.  Eight of his singles climbed to No. 1 on the national country charts. Since 1981, Conlee has been a member of the Grand Ole Opry.
 
About Ronnie McDowell
After reports of Elivs Presley’s death in 1977, McDowell found huge success in the years with his widely popular hit 'The King Is Gone.'  The record has sold more than 5 million copies and Ronnie quickly followed it up with another top song, 'I Love You, I Love You, I Love You.'  In 1979, he signed with CBS Records on the Epic label 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.  Ronnie continues to tour the country and perform for his large fan base with his band, The Rhythm Kings. 


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