Moe Bandy & Joe Stampley share the Branson stage! It’s a country music pairing that always results in country music magic! Each of these unforgettable artists has enjoyed a successful solo career, but it’s the entertainment chemistry they bring to a concert that keeps fans returning time and again to see Moe & Joe!
Moe spent many years headlining a Branson theater and building a loyal following here, so folks are always excited when he returns, even if it’s just for a one-night-only concert. He’s enjoyed several hits on the country charts, including “Till I’m Too Old to Die Young,” “It’s a Cheating Situation,” "You Haven’t Heard the Last of Me,” “Bandy The Rodeo Clown,” and “Americana,” the song that graced his Branson marquee - it’s still the name of the theater that now hosts popular shows like Raiding the Country Vault, Janice Martin’s Cirque Show, and Billy Yates’ Hit Songwriters in the Round. Moe Bandy was named Most Promising Male Vocalist of the Year by the Academy of Country Music (ACM;) he also received an ACM award for Song of the Year for “It’s A Cheatin’ Situation.”
Joe Stampley’s solo work in the music industry produced a list of Top Ten songs that features “Take Me Home to Somewhere,” “I’m Still Loving You,” “I’m Gonna Love You Back to Loving Me Again,” and “Do You Ever Fool Around.” Stampley topped the charts with “All These Things” and “Roll On Big Mama,” and first hit the music scene as a rock band frontman, enjoying a #1 hit with “Soul Song,” with his group, The Uniques. Stampley’s musical output became so impressive, he ended up being Billboard’s singles-artist of the year in 1976, the year he boasted eight singles on the Billboard country chart.
Frequent collaborators, Moe Bandy and Joe Stampley, are probably best known and loved for their 1979 "Just Good Ol' Boys” - together, they were recognized by the Academy of Country Music for Vocal Duo of the Year and Vocal Group of the Year, and by the Country Music Association for Vocal Duo of the Year in the early 80s.
Additional Information/Helpful Hints
- Moe Bandy & Joe Stampley will be performing at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater.
- Their one-night-only performance takes place at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, October 16, 2019.
- The Theater is located at 1600 West Highway 76 - at the intersection with Fall Creek Road, and across the street (Highway 76) from Dolly Parton’s Stampede and Fritz’s Adventure.
- Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater offers a concession area with an unusually diverse menu; items available include the usual popcorn and theater-favorites candy, along with chili-cheese hot dogs, fresh-baked cookies, hearty sandwiches, brats, special sweet eats, and more.
- The lobby of the theater also features a well-stocked gift shop with a wide variety of merchandise, as well as a beer and wine service on the second floor landing area.
- The Dick Clark complex is also home to the Branson location of Hurts Donut, and the Celebrity Car Museum, where you’ll discover several familiar vehicles near the exterior entrance, including those from feature films and television shows.
- The theater’s main entrance is at the rear of the complex; some of the parking is sloped, but guests with disabilities or special needs can be dropped at the entrance prior to parking.
- The Moe Bandy & Joe Stampley concert will be family-friendly and suitable for guests of all ages.
If you’ve yet to enjoy the match-made-in-music-heaven concert experience of these two country stars together on one stage, call early so you won’t miss your Branson opportunity to get tickets for Moe Bandy & Joe Stampley on October 16 - there’s just one show!