One of the best things about Branson’s Legends in Concert (besides the fact that it’s just an awesome show) is that the lineup of amazing musicians is constantly changing.
Springtime this year featured appearances from Adele, Tina Turner and Johnny Cash. The summer months warmed up with Justin Timberlake, Whitney Houston and Kenny Chesney and now Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater is getting ready for legends Michael Buble, Marilyn Monroe and George Strait.
Canadian singer, songwriter and actor, Michael Buble’s style is reminiscent of older hits from the days when big band music ruled the scene but his ability to create and perform a variety of different music styles has propelled him to the several charts including the Billboard 200, the Canadian Albums Chart and the UK Albums Chart.
Marilyn Monroe is one woman who will always be a legend in American history. Her photo is internationally recognized and songs like ‘Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend,’ ‘I Wanna Be Loved By You,’ and of course the infamous ‘Happy Birthday, Mr. President’ are just a few hits that will always keep her name at the top of the list of great American legends.
George Strait is known as “The King of Country” and was one of the first country artist to bring the art of country music back to its roots. One of the best-selling artists of all time, Strait is the only artist to ever win the entertainer of the year in three different decades and his music continues to resonate with generations of today.
It’s never too late to see your favorite legends at Branson’s Legends in Concert, and with a fall lineup like this one, I don’t know who would want to miss seeing this fantastic roundup of artists!
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Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater is at 1600 Hwy. 76, Branson, across the street from Dolly Parton’s Dixie Stampede.