Rhonda Vincent Christmas in Branson
Bringing her bluegrass hits to Branson, see Rhonda Vincent & the Rage live for a limited time only; you can also visit during the holidays for a great Christmas show experience.
Beginning her roots in the family band, The Sally Mountain Show, Rhonda Vincent has flourished in the music industry. Bringing her beautiful vocals together with the country twang of her signature bluegrass melodies, she will captivate the audience. The Kirksville, Missouri native will leave a great mark on the Branson stage!
Born in Kirksville, Missouri, she was raised near Greentop, MO, where she was part of a family of musicians. She began her musical career at five years old, singing gospel music in her family's band. She excelled at all instruments, including the mandolin, drum, and fiddle. Her family toured and played at Silver Dollar City.
Vincent released a version of Mule Skinner Blues as her very first single in 1970. Then, in 1988, she released her first solo album titled New Dreams and Sunshine. In 1985, she competed in and won the TV series competition, You Can Be A Star. She was signed shortly after into a recording contract, and her first professional performance was with Jim Ed Brown. In the 1990s she released two albums with Giant Records. She had a comeback in 2000 with her Back Home Again album. She released her album Taken on her new, own label Upper Management Music. The album featured Dolly Parton, Richard Marx, and Little Roy Lewis and entered the Top Bluegrass Albums chart at No. 1. Her most current album was released in 2012.
Awards and Accolades
- 1999: IMBA Recorded Event of the Year for Clinch Mountain Country
- 2000: IMBA Female Vocalist of the Year
- 2001: IMBA Recorded Event of the Year: IMBA Entertainer of the Year
- 2002: IMBA Female Vocalist of the Year
- 2003: IMBA Female Vocalist of the Year
- 2004: IMBA Recorded Event of the Year for Livin', Lovin, Losin': Songs of the Louvin Brothers
- 2005: IMBA Female Vocalist of the Year
- 2006: IMBA Female Vocalist of the Year
- 2012: Inducted into the Missouri Walk of Fame
Rhonda Vincent Christmas in Branson Special Guest Lineup
- December 6 & 7: Jeannie Seely
- December 8 & 10: Moe Bandy
- December 11 & 12: Alex Miller from Season 19 of American Idol
Don't miss this bluegrass belle as she returns to Branson! With great music, a beautiful voice, and unsurpassed talent, this show is one you do not want to miss.
- Approximately how long is the Rhonda Vincent Christmas in Branson?
The show lasts approximately 2 hours.
- In what theater is the show held?
The show is held at the Mansion Theatre for the Performing Arts.
- What is the length of intermission at Rhonda Vincent Christmas in Branson?
Intermission lasts approximately 15 minutes.
- What type of parking do you have?
Parking is free.
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