T.G. Sheppard & Johnny Rodriguez
Experience one amazing show with two incredible artists, TG Sheppard and Johnny Rodriguez at Dick Clark's American Band Stand Theater.
Come out and enjoy some of each of these country legends' biggest hits live as they both display an incredible passion for making music. With well known popular hits drawing audiences nationwide, both T.G. Sheppard and Johnny Rodriguez are bringing a toe-tapping, knee-slapping good time to the Branson stage.
About T.G. Sheppard
Sheppard always knew that he was made to be a musician. After leaving his home at the tender age of 15, he traveled to Memphis to develop his stage skills and gain experience through work with a number of bands. After several years of hard work he finally began to see the fruits of his labor. He scored a #1 hit on Billboard's Hot Country Singles chart with "Devil in the Bottle" in 1974 and was named "Best New Male Artist" in 1976 by Cash Box. A series of 15 Top 10 hits followed, including "Last Cheater's Waltz," " I'll Be Coming Back For More," "Do You Wanna Go To Heaven," "Party Time" and more. In 2004, he released the album Timeless which featured his renditions of songs from the big band era.
About Johnny Rodriguez
Rodriguez got his start in Nashville after performing at the Alamo Village, a popular Texas attraction for tourists. At the young age of 20, he was fronting Tom T. Hall's Band and writing songs. Soon after, he was offered a contract and 15 of his singles were Top 10 hits, the first of which was "Pass Me By." His fame grew, as did his list of top charting songs such as "You Always Come Back (To Hurting Me)," "Riding My Thumb To Mexico," "That's The Way Love Goes" and many more. He made his debut as a television actor in 1974 and has made appearances on national talk shows and sitcoms including Adam 12 and The Dating Game. Rodriguez has earned the loyalty of many fans with the release of 35 albums and 45 charted singles and continues performing nationwide. He was inducted into the Texas Country Music Hall of Fame in 2007.