Moe Bandy & Joe Stampley
Attend a one night only show featuring accomplished musicians Joe Stampley and Moe Bandy as they heat up the stage with some of the great music that bridged the gap between rock 'n roll, blues and traditional country western.
Make sure you come ready to have a good time, because Stampley and Bandy encourage sing-along and dancing in the aisles and they'll have you up and moving in no time. Joe and Moe are known for their various hits they made popular together including, "Just Good Ol' Boys," "Holdin' The Bag," "Hey Joe, Hey Moe" and the most well known, "Where's The Dress," which won the American Video Association's award for Video Of The Year in 1984.
This high energy performance is just scheduled for one night, so don't miss your chance to see these two incredible musicians in Branson.
About Moe Bandy
Moe Bandy is a legend of the traditional country music style, drawing crowds nationwide with hit his classic steel guitar country sounds. A traditionalist, his lyrics revolve around loving, cheating, drinking and patriotism with popular hits like "Bandy The Rodeo Clown," Hank Williams, You Wrote My Life," "Americana," "Barstool Mountain" and dozens more. Bandy has accumulated a long list of accomplishments including:
• 10 No. 1 hits
• 66 charted hits
• 40 Top 10 hits
• 5 certified gold albums
• Academy of Country Music Song of the Year
• Academy of Country Music Most Promising Male Vocalist of the Year
• American Video of the Year
• Academy of Country Music and Country Music Awards Duet of the Year
About Joe Stampley
A pioneer of the new country sound, Joe Stampley is a multitalented entertainer that guarantees a good time. He loves to involve his audiences in every show he performs and delights loyal fans with top charters like "All These Things," "Too Far Gone," "Roll On Big Mama," "I'm Still Loving You" and so many more. With more than 60 charted records, Stampley was awarded "Billboard's Single Artist of the Year" in 1976 as was recognized alongside his friend Moe Bandy as the Country Music Association's 1980 Vocal Duo Of The Year as Moe and Joe.