Pam Tillis & Lorrie Morgan: Grits & Glamour Tour returns to the Branson stage! This popular tour packs houses across the country, and the Branson stop is certainly no exception - locals and visitors alike can’t seem to get enough of these two strong, talented, beautiful, and gutsy girls who add a little rock edge to their country cool! Over the years, Tillis and Morgan have each assembled an impressive catalog of very successful songs, and they continue to draw huge crowds whenever they tour solo or together. They both continue to pop up on television quite often; recently, they each appeared on the ABC drama series, “Nashville,” and they also appeared on the long-running and legendary showcase for many a country music star, “Hee Haw.”
Pam Tillis had a huge hit with the chart-topping “Mi Vida Loca (My Crazy Life,)” and scored Top Ten hits with many of her other songs, including “Don’t Tell Me What to Do,” “Let That Pony Run,” “Spilled Perfume,” “The River and the Highway,” “Shake the Sugar Tree,” “When You Walk in the Room,” “Land of the Living,” “Maybe it Was Memphis,” and the tear-jerking ballad “All the Good Ones Are Gone.” Some of her songs have already become the kind of classics others love to sing; more than one contestant on NBC’s singing competition show, “The Voice,” has covered a Tillis song, including Danielle Bradbery, Season 4’s winner. Coach Blake Shelton credited her cover of “Maybe It Was Memphis” as the young artist’s defining moment on the show. The music industry has also paid attention to the talented Tillis; she’s received a long list of awards and acknowledgements, including a Country Music Association Female Vocalist of the Year Award, and a Grammy for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals for her contribution to “Same Old Train.”
Lorrie Morgan has also racked up the country hits, including three that nabbed the top spot on the charts - “What Part of No,” “I Didn’t Know My Own Strength,” and “Five Minutes.” Her long list of Top Ten hits includes, “Watch Me,” “Back in Your Arms Again,” “He Talks to Me,” “We Both Walk,” “Good As I Was to You,” “Go Away,” “Half Enough,” and “Except for Monday.” She’s watched several of her albums become Platinum level sellers, including her first three albums. When Morgan was only 24 years-old, she was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry -- she first performed there at tender age of 13, singing “Paper Roses.” Her many music industry acknowledgements include a County Music Association award for Album of the Year, and another for Vocal Event of the Year - the latter was awarded to Morgan and husband, Keith Whitley, after his death, for their version of “Til a Tear Becomes a Rose.”
Additional Information/Helpful Hints
- The Pam Tillis & Lorrie Morgan: Grits & Glamour Tour makes a stop in Branson, Missouri on Saturday, October 20 at 8:00PM.
- The concert takes place at Andy Williams Performing Arts Center & Theatre.
- The Theatre is located at One Andy Williams Boulevard, also listed as 2500 West Highway 76.
- The Andy Williams Performing Arts Center & Theatre is one of Branson’s most significant structures - the grounds are beautifully landscaped, and it’s the only local theatre to be featured in Architectural Digest, and awarded the State of Missouri’s Conservation Award for Developed Land Use...arrive early for the show so you’ll have time to look around!
- The theatre has a nice gift shop and concession area, as well as seating designated for guests with disabilities.
- The Pam Tillis & Lorrie Morgan: Grits & Glamour Tour concert performance will be family-friendly and suitable for guests of all ages.
- Both Pam and Lorrie have famous country music fathers; Pam is the daughter of the late and legendary, Mel Tillis, one of the first big-name artists to open his own theater in Branson. Lorrie’s father, George Morgan, is in the Country Music Hall of Fame, and performed regularly at the Grand Ole Opry for many years.
- PLEASE NOTE: Tickets for this special limited-engagement performance are non-refundable.
Two phenomenal country singers born to country music royalty - each a huge star in her own right - together in one concert tour, they’re simply magical and memorable! Here’s your chance to experience the magic and create your memorable moment when the Pam Tillis & Lorrie Morgan: Grits & Glamour Tour takes the stage in Branson, Missouri!