Now appearing at The Grand Country Music Hall, 1945 W Highway 76.
From the first downbeat, you'll fall in love with the power harmonies and dynamic performance of Branson's best quartet, New South. Mark, Jason, Jason & Trey sing all your favorites from the Oak Ridge Boys to the Eagles. The high-energy and versatility of this quartet will astound you. From Country to Gospel and 50's to modern day, the Grand Jubilee explodes with musical fun.
Funny man Jamie Haage as Jim Dandy, and Emcee extraordinaire Mike Patrick keep you absolutely doubled over in laughter. Also, Grand Country favorite, the talented Jackie Brown stops the show with her incredible performances and power vocals.
The incredibly talented musicians from the Grand Band are also showcased and given the chance to show you why they're dubbed the Best Band In Branson. This GRAND production combines the entertainment sophistication Branson audiences have come to expect, along with "up-close and personal" performances of talented performers to create an experience which will bring you back time and time again!
Grand Country's quartet, New South, released its first Christmas CD in October of 2008. It's called Christmas Country Style and features 10 traditional and contemporary Christmas classics.
The Grand Country Complex has been in Branson since 1971. It used to be called the 76 Music Mall Complex before changing its name to Grand Country.
Grand Jubilee is performed daily at 7:30 pm January 1 through December 31, 2013 (no shows on Sundays). New Year's Eve Show at 9:00 pm December 31, 2013.
Historical notes for Grand Jubilee: The handsome and energetic Todd Bradshaw, of Silver Dollar City fame, left the show November 2012 to pursue a career with ViSalus.