At the Pierce Arrow Theatre, 3069 Shepherd of the Hills Expressway (across from the Shoji Tabuchi Theatre).
May 2015 is Pierce Arrow's 15th anniversary in their current Pierce Arrow Theatre!
They've got more in-store, too: more sparkle with elaborate wardrobes, more sizzle with motorized, moving stages, more boom & more bang for your buck with special pricing.
Already famed for its dynamic renditions of old and new country, pop, and old-time and southern gospel, Branson's Pierce Arrow vocal group has its hottest sound yet with Tony Turner, Travis Spratt, Dan Britton, and Scott Fraker. This group will absolutely amaze and delight you with their wonderful harmonies and favorites from The Statler Brothers and Oak Ridge Boys, as well as rock-the-house southern gospel medleys. Watch them perform "Banner of Liberty" to hear their hot sound.
Singer Shonna Bonds, a native of Decatur, Illinois, and former pageant contestant, also stars. Shonna has performed with the Texas band Time Machine and performed at Toby Keith's daughters wedding and his wife's 50th birthday party.
The Pierce Arrow Show offers two completely different shows at 3:00 pm and 8:00 pm; January 1, 2015 through January 2, 2016. The Pierce Arrow New Year's Eve show is at 9:00 pm on December 31, 2015.
Historical notes for Pierce Arrow: Previous cast member, singer Kim Boyce, a former Miss Florida and Miss America runner-up. Kim has recorded seven contemporary Christian albums with 11 #1 gospel songs. Joining Pierce Arrow in 2008-2012 was Desta Pritchett from Oklahoma. Country and gospel are the favorites, but you'll hear many musical stylings from her. She sang and danced at the Shoji Tabuchi show for 2 1/2 years. Previous Pierce Arrow Group members: Casey Ellison, Gary Koreiba. Previous cast member, Guinness Book of World Record's Lowest Bass Singer Tim Storms. How low can Tim sing? Watch this video to find out! Previous performers: Luke Menard, Jimmy Fulbright, Michelle Wait, certified personal trainer and veteran Branson performer since 2004. Add the outrageous characters of comedian Jarrett Dougherty, and you have a crowd-pleasing mix of music and hilarity. Jarrett is one of Branson's Funniest Comedians. How funny? Click here to watch him as Brother Cecil Watkins giving his humerous sermon.