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Ray Price

Ray Price
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At the New Americana Theatre, 2905 W Highway 76 (across from Presley's Country Jubilee Theatre). 

June 3, 2013 update: Ray Price was taken to the hospital this morning and has cancelled his Saturday show in Branson. John Conlee will be filling in for Ray. If you keep your tickets to the show on Saturday with John, you can purchase a half price ticket to Lynn Anderson at Americana (Oct. 19), or Ronnie McDowell at RFD-TV Theatre (Nov. 3), or The Vogues and Jim Ed Brown at RFD-TV Theatre (Nov. 24). If you'd rather not keep your tickets, full refunds are available. Please call the Americana Box office for assistance.

Country and western singer, songwriter and guitarist Ray Price, The Cherokee Cowboy, is back in Branson in 2013!

One show only on Saturday, June 8, 2013 at 7:00 pm at the New Americana Theatre

From the 1950's to now, Ray Price has been giving the world #1 country hits...and even some honky-tonk, ballads and gospel. His latest album, released in March of 2007, is titled Last of the Breed and is recorded with fellow music legends Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard. It's full of the classic, old-school country songs that you've known and loved for years.

Here are some Ray Price songs you'll recognize: Danny Boy, For The Good Times, Release Me, She Wears My Ring, Heartaches By The Number and Crazy Arms.

Ray Price was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1996.

Ray Price performs on Saturday, June 8, 2013 at 7:00 pm.

Click here to see the seating chart for the New Americana Theatre - where there is seating for 750!

Tickets on sale: November 20, 2012


Historical Notes for Ray Price in Branson: In 2008, he performed one show on Monday, October 6, 2008 at 7 pm at the Oak Ridge Boys Theatre, 464 State Highway 248. In 2010, he performed one show at the Tri Lakes Center, 2527 State Highway 248. (The Tri Lakes Center was the Mel Tillis Theater from 1994-2002)

Revised: Mon Aug 5 16:57:07 GMT 2013