Get T.G. Sheppard & Moe Bandy with just one Branson concert ticket - woo hoo! Two iconic country singers who’ve delivered an impressive list of hits will be here on November 11 to share the music you love in your favorite destination!
T. G. Sheppard’s crazy long list of hits includes top-of-the-chart favorites like “Strong Heart,” “Slow Burn,” “Faking Love,” “I Loved “Em Every One,” “Finally,” “Do You Wanna Go to Heaven,” “Devil in the Bottle,” “Last Cheater’s Waltz,” and “I’ll Be Coming Back for More.” He also put together “Legendary Friends & Country Duets,” a brilliant collection of duets with music icons like Willie Nelson, George Jones, Conway Twitty, Engelbert Humperdinck, Crystal Gayle, Delbert McClinton, Mickey Gilley, Merle Haggard, and other country greats.
Before he was a force to be reckoned with on the music charts, and even during his rise to country stardom, T.G. Sheppard enjoyed more amazingly diverse experiences than most people could ever imagine! Under the name Brian Stacy, he had opening-act gigs for bands like The Animals, The Beach Boys, and America. Under his given name of Bill Browder, he was a successful record promoter. He was once signed to Motown Records, scoring hits for the label with "Trying To Beat The Morning Home" and "When Can We Do This Again". He befriended the legendary Elvis Presley; the King appreciated T.G.’s unique style and personality, gifting T.G. with his first tour bus in 1976. He was named Best New Male Artist by Cash Box Magazine, and he even recorded a duet with unlikely singing partner, Clint Eastwood. Sheppard and Eastwood’s song, “Make My Day,” from the feature film, Sudden Impact, topped the country charts and even crossed over to the pop charts.
Moe Bandy is one of the big name entertainers who helped put Branson on the map -- for several years, Bandy headlined his own show here in the Americana Theater, named for his hit, “Americana.” He often looks no further than his own life experiences before singing a song; years spent in the bull-riding ring inspired his appropriately titled hit, “Bandy the Rodeo Clown,” and working alongside his good friend, Joe Stampley, led to a number one hit for the duo - “Just Good Ol’ Boys.”
Moe’s been honored many times throughout his career, including being named Most Promising Male Vocalist of the Year by the Academy of Country Music (ACM.) He was also awarded Song of the Year for “It’s A Cheatin’ Situation” by the ACM. Other hits by Moe Bandy include, “"It Was Always So Easy (To Find An Unhappy Woman,)” "Hank Williams, You Wrote My Life," "Till I’m Too Old To Die Young,” "Rodeo Romeo,” "You Haven’t Heard the Last of Me," "Holding The Bag,” and "I Just Started Hatin Cheatin' Songs Today,” the first of his long list of recordings to become a hit on country music radio.
Additional Information/Helpful Hints
- T.G. Sheppard & Moe Bandy will be appearing at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater.
- The theater is located at 1600 West Highway 76 - Branson’s famous Strip.
- Their concert is scheduled for Sunday, November 11, 2018 at 3:00 p.m.
- Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater is housed in a complex that also includes a museum filled with celebrity and vintage vehicles, as well as a Hurts Donut shop.
- There is a gift shop located in the lobby area of the theater.
- The updated concession area - Legendary Eats - serves items like Johnsonville Brats, chili-cheese dogs, ham & turkey croissants, fresh-baked gourmet cookies, and chocolate covered bananas.
- The T.G. Sheppard & Moe Bandy concert will be family-friendly and suitable for guests of all ages.
- PLEASE NOTE: Tickets for this special limited-engagement performance are non-refundable.
Two of your country music favorites, each with an enviable catalog of hit songs, will be in Branson for a mark-your-calendars-now Sunday afternoon concert - don’t wait too long, call now for the best seats for T.G. Sheppard & Moe Bandy!