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At the God and Country Theatre, 1840 W. Highway 76. Located on the strip in Branson, next to Applebee's Restaurant.
Bluegrass fans recognize Goldwing Express as one of America's leading bluegrass ensembles. Known also as "Three Indians and the Little White Man," the group hails from Okmulgee, Oklahoma, and is made up of three young men who are half Creek Indian and their father, Bob Baldridge. Brothers Paul, Steven, and Shawn play banjo, guitar and bow fiddle. Dad Bob plays the upright bass and fiddle and contributes a good deal of humor.
The group won the 2003 Midwest division award for Entertaining Bluegrass Band of the Year presented by the Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass Music in America and have been nominated for the SPBGMA national award in the same category. Goldwing Express has recorded 11 CD's.
They play classic country, bluegrass and gospel music the way it's supposed to be played. Fans say that for those who truly love bluegrass music, Goldwing Express is not to be missed.
The newly remodeled God and Country Theatre is the place to see popular artists in a cozy setting. There are only 400 seats...and they're the comfortable movie-style seats.
This is also one of the few Branson theaters that allows you to take pictures during any of the shows (still photos only; no audio or video).
You can catch them doing shows for the 2009 season, all at 7 pm, April 6 through December 9, 2009. (click here to listen to Goldwing Express play a touching tribute to their mother called "I'm Gonna Live Forever")
Historical Notes for Goldwing Express: In 2007, Goldwing Express performed at The Club at The Lodge of the Ozarks, 3431 W Highway 76. They performed over 90 shows for the 2007 season, all at 9:30 am, May 1 through December 5, 2007. End Historical Notes for Goldwing Express