Janie Fricke, Jeannie Seely, and Moore & Moore - Branson welcomes three country acts featuring four feisty and fantastic female artists! Opportunities to see this many leading ladies of country music with just one show ticket are few and far between, we hope you don’t miss it!
Janie Fricke has sold millions of records around the world and nabbed three Grammy Award nominations for Best Female Country Vocal Performance. She’s also been awarded the Top/Female Vocalist of the Year by both the Academy of Country Music and the Country Music Association, been named Female Artist of the Year by Music City News Country, and Top Country Female Vocalist by Cash Box and Billboard Magazines. Fricke’s had her share of big hits, including several that topped the U.S. country charts: “He’s a Heartache (Looking for a Place to Happen,)” “Tell Me a Lie,” “It Ain’t Easy Bein’ Easy,” “Don’t Worry Baby,” “Let’s Stop Talkin’ About It,” “Always Have, Always Will,” and “Your Heart’s Not In It.” She’s also been a featured artist on four #1 hits; with Johnny Duncan on “Thinkin’ of a Rendezvous” and “It Couldn’t Have Been Any Better,” with Charlie Rich for “On My Knees,” and with the legendary Merle Haggard on “A Place to Fall Apart.”
Jeannie Seely, known as Miss Country Soul, has also enjoyed a memorable career - she was recognized as the Most Promising New Artist by Billboard, Cashbox, and Record World Magazines, was nominated four straight years by the Country Music Association for Vocal Duo of the Year, alongside husband, Jack Greene, and took home the highly coveted Grammy Award for Best Female Country Vocal Performance for “Don’t Touch Me,” a song boasting lyrics considered quite controversial at the time. Her list of other hits includes, “Wish I Didn’t Have to Miss You,” recorded with Greene, “Can I Sleep in Your Arms,” “Lucky Ladies,” and “I’ll Love You More (Than You’ll Need.)” She’s one of only three living female artists who’ve celebrated 50 years as a member of the Grand Ole Opry!
Moore & Moore is the twin-sister singing duo as well known for their songwriting as they are for their recordings. Debbie Moore co-wrote the song, “Wish You Were Here,” that became a #1 hit for country artist, Mark Wills. The girls have enjoyed a very successful singing career, sharing the stage with a diverse roster of music acts, including the Oak Ridge Boys, Kenny Chesney, Smokey Robinson, Donny Osmond, The Temptations, and The Statler Brothers. They’ve also enjoyed several Independent Chart hits, including “Out With the Old,” “Don’t Come Knocking,” “Steal Me a Heart,” and “Break Down the Walls.”
Additional Information/Helpful Hints
- Janie Fricke, Jeannie Seely, and Moore & Moore will be appearing at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater, home of Legends in Concert.
- The theater is located at 1600 West Highway 76 where it intersects with Fall Creek Road - Dolly Parton’s Stampede Dinner Show is right across the street on 76.
- The show takes place on Wednesday, October 17 at 10:00AM.
- The theater boasts a gift shop and concessions in the lobby area.
- The recently renovated second floor landing of Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater is now offering beer and wine service in a lounge-style atmosphere. Drinks are available here before the show and during intermission. No special seating is required to access the landing.
- The theater complex also houses the Celebrity Car Museum & Attraction and Hurts Donut Company.
- The concert appearance of Janie Fricke, Jeannie Seely, and Moore & Moore will be family-friendly and suitable for guests of all ages.
- PLEASE NOTE: Tickets for this special limited-engagement performance are non-refundable.
Two country music legends, and another legendary act-in-the-making, land on the Branson stage for one amazing morning show on Wednesday, October 17 - be there to witness the magic being made by the incredible Janie Fricke, Jeannie Seely, and Moore & Moore!