RFD – TV the Theatre Adds Limited Engagement Performance to Summer Schedule

Two disctinctive voices in the music industry will perform as one this September in Branson, as RFD – TV the Theatre has addeed a Dionne Warwick and BJ Thomas duo to its summer show schedule for a limited time only. For two nights only, September 18 and 19 at 8 p.m. local time, the two distinguished performers will entertain audiences with a number of hits from their four-decade careers, making either of the two scheduled performances the perfect way to cap off the summer season.

Dionne Warwick has had nearly 60 songs reach the charts since her career began in 1962 with the popular hit “Don’t Make Me Over.” Other memorable songs of hers include “Do You Know the Way to San Jose,” “I’ll Never Love this Way Again,” and “Deja Vu,” all of which were Grammy Award-winning singles. BJ Thomas began his career in 1966 with “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry” before turning out such greats as “Hooked on a Feeling,” “I Just Can’t Help Believing,” and “Rock and Roll Lullaby.”

With the limited engagement performances, you can enjoy a full list of these fan favorites and more from two of music’s most influential voices. For the best seating, you should act quickly. The show’s short stint means that tickets are sure to sell quickly. Start making your plans to enjoy Dionne Warwick and BJ Thomas on your end-of-summer vacation in Branson!

For biographies and a list of hits from the two musicians, visit the Dionne Warwick home page and the BJ Thomas home page.

For further enjoyment on your trip to the Ozarks, you can find show tickets, hotel options, or general Branson information at BransonShows.com. Call 1-800-987-6298 for more information as well.

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