Don't miss out on the chance to experience an a cappella performance at its finest with SIX Branson, a remarkable show featuring the six Knudsen brothers who use their own vocal talents to perform classic songs from all genres. The curtains will open to reveal the SIX brothers' incredible choreography and unforgettable vocals and you'll swear there's a guitar or drum set somewhere on stage — but there are no instruments, tracks or lip-synching. The show is almost indescribable as this incredibly talented vocal band consistently delights audiences with original arrangements of music from all decades and genres in six-part harmony. A perfect mixture of powerhouse vocals and family-themed humor, SIX Branson is one of those shows you'll want to see over and over again.
Dubbed 'an orchestra of human voices,' these brothers don't use traditional instruments in their Branson show. Instead, they provide their own instrumentation and sound effects with the use of their terrific vocal abilities as they perform a large selection of hits from Elvis, Frankie Valli, The Beach Boys, Psy, MC Hammer, Coldplay, Journey and more.
The SIX show has continually received rave reviews from visitors who just can't get enough of this group's energetic and electrifying performances. SIX is truly a one-of-a-kind show that you won't find anywhere else in town, so get your tickets now and experience the incredible showmanship and unforgettable vocals of these brothers.
History of SIX
The men of SIX Branson Mo actually come from a family of ten brothers. (Their parents wanted a girl.) Each brother had a natural gift for music and creating melodies so they began singing gospel at church and performing at talent contests and community events. They quickly gained popularity and made their national television debut on the Donnie and Marie show in 1978. After that they moved to Southern California where they lived off of a steady diet of Ramen and Cheerios and performed on the streets for loose change. Finally they began to get regular gigs at local venues and continued to polish their powerhouse vocals. In 1995 the Knudsen brothers finally turned their love for music into a full time career, and now consider The Hughes Brothers Theatre their home.
Awards and Accolades
In 1990, the men of SIX won Harmony Sweepstakes and have won a host of other CASA (Contemporary A Cappella Society) awards for their music. SIX has performed with many big name performers including Diana Ross, Olivia Newton John, The Beach Boys and Rod Stewart. Their popular act has been featured on Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines since 1998 and received unparalleled ratings from passengers.
About the Performers
Barry Knudsen: The oldest, is known for his falsetto and rich mid-range as well as his own distinctive mouth-made horn.
Kevin Knudsen: The second born, has a unique hairstyle that parallels the crazy sound effects he is able to create with his mouth.
Lynn Knudsen: Boy number three's rich vocals add a special quality to the group's sound and his impersonations of Frank Sinatra, Louis Armstrong, Tom Jones and Wayne Smith are seamless.
Jak Knudsen: The fourth son — affectionately known as 'Bass Man' — provides the driving force and rhythmic bass that keeps the music going show after show.
Owen Knudsen: The fifth son, studied under a premiere vocal percussionist for just two days and discovered his talent for vocal drumming. His rhythms and rich, baritone voice are a solid addition to the show.
Curtis Knudsen: The sixth son and baby of the group, is a fantastic tenor vocalist and vocal electric guitarist.
|Available Now until 10/28/2019 View Detailed Schedule|
|Witness the unbelievable abilities of this a cappella vocal band made up of six fun-loving brothers as they perform some of the biggest hits of the music industry without a single instrument.|
|Six Christmas Show|
|Available 11/1/2018 until 12/20/2019 View Detailed Schedule|
|Experience the hilarious antics of these six brothers' and their incredible a cappella renditions of holiday favorites like 'The Little Drummer Boy,' '12 Days of Christmas,' 'Silent Night' and many more.|