This show is no longer active
Appearing at The Jim Stafford Theatre, 3440 W. Highway 76.
Update: No shows schedule for 2012
Moe found a performing home in Branson in 1991, opening his own Americana Theatre. He has been at various theaters since then, and now you can find him back at The Jim Stafford Theater in 2011.
Moe Bandy is a modest man with loads of talent, and this show mixes his greatest hits--like "Bandy the Rodeo Clown," "Americana," "It's A Cheatin' Situation," "Till I'm Too Old To Die Young," "I Just Started Hatin' Cheatin' Songs Today" and "Good Ol' Boys"--with instrumentals from the Americana Band (everything from bluegrass to classical) and outrageous comedy with Harley Worthit (aka Perry Edenburn) who will keep you laughing with the hilarious characters "Tater Chip Patches," "Posture Pedic," and "Harley Worthit" and others in unbelievable, side-splitting impersonations. You can bet this is not any ordinary sad, lonesome cowboy show -you're in for a belly-laughin', knee-slappin' good time!
Throughout Moe's career, he's received numerous awards:
- ACM Song of the Year
- ACM Most Promising Male Vocalist of the Year
- American and CMA Duet of the Year with Joe Stampley
- 10 - #1 Hits
- 40 - Top Ten Hits
- 66 - Chart Hits
- 5 Gold Albums
Moe's Americana Band:
- John Clark on steel guitar & fiddle
- Bruce Hoffman on fiddle & guitar
- Mark Boyd on Lead Guitar
- Mark Evans on Bass
- Nick Ochoa on drums
- Ricky Boen on fiddle & guitar
- Ed Synan on piano
- Kari Garrison, featured female singer
- Plus, the hilarious down-home comedy of Harley Worthit (aka Perry Edenburn) rounds out the entire show experience
This is one of country's truly legendary honky-tonk singers, live on The Strip at The Jim Stafford Theatre. Country music fans know a good country sound when they hear it, and Moe Bandy is your Country Man! It's country music...the way it's supposed to be.
Shows are at 3:00 pm or 8:00 pm; September 4 through December 10, 2011.
(as of May 9, 2011, shows April 28 - September 3 are cancelled)