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In their Urban Cowboy Show - Mickey Gilley & Johnny Lee together deliver a double Branson whammy of country and pop hits! Few artists can claim the world-wide fame of singer, Mickey Gilley; he's scored more than 15 chart toppers, including his sensational cover of the pop music standard, "Stand By Me," a song that made Gilley a favorite cross-over artist after it appeared on the soundtrack from the movie, Urban Cowboy. Although Mickey retired from his regular Branson theater schedule, he's still a favorite in this music city, with long-time and newfound fans alike delighted by his other #1 hits, including "Room Full of Roses," "That's All That Matters," and "Don't All the Girls Get Prettier at Closing Time." The industry loves him, too; he's been blessed with six Academy of Country Music awards, and he and his Urban Cowboy Band received a Grammy in 1980 for Best Country Instrumental Performance for "Orange Blossom Special/Hoedown."
Long-time Gilley friend and musical collaborator, Johnny Lee, joins Mickey for the Branson leg of the Urban Cowboy 35th Anniversary Tour. Lee gave us five huge #1 hits, including; "Lookin' for Love (in All the Wrong Places)," "One in A Million," and "The Yellow Rose," a song he recorded with Lane Brody. Johnny's appeal reaches beyond the country charts, too; he nabbed an impressive #5 on the pop charts with "Lookin' for Love." He was named New Male Vocalist of the Year by the Academy of Country Music, and was introduced to a broader audience when he played himself in the same movie that skyrocketed Gilly's career, Urban Cowboy.
Helpful Tips/Additional Information
- Mickey Gilley & Johnny Lee - Urban Cowboy Reunion will be performing at the Grand Shanghai Theatre.
- The show schedule hits April and May, and then September through December with some 3:00 p.m. and some 8:00 p.m. dates.
- The theatre is located at 3455 West Highway 76.
- For anyone just discovering these two music legends, they play original compositions of classic country, country/pop, as well as covering popular songs from other genres.
Don't miss the opportunity to share an amazing evening with country music royalty...the Urban Cowboy Show starring the incomparable and unforgettable Mickey Gilley & Johnny Lee!