13

April

Dailey & Vincent

A unique blend of Americana, bluegrass, traditional country and gospel sounds will fill the McSwain Theatre April 13 as Grand Ole Opry members and GRAMMY award winners Jamie Dailey and Darren Vincent present a special one-night only musical variety show.

The duo’s popular long-running weekly “The Dailey & Vincent Show on RFD-TV” highlights their multi-talented band known for distinct harmonies, comedic flair and delivery of a high-energy performance entertaining for all ages.

Preferred seating options are on sale for a limited time.
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31

May

Marty Haggard A Tribute to Merle Haggard, "My Dad"

Join Marty Haggard, the oldest son of the legendary Merle Haggard, as he pays tribute to his dad through stories and songs.  Marty calls his dad the greatest singer/songwriter in music history.  Marty will share stories of the past, while growing up by his dad's side as he was writing and recording these great country music songs.  Marty will also share a few of his original songs. 

Marty has had his own accomplished career, performing country music for forty years, but his love for his dad's music inspired him to begin a tribute show to his dad, which he began performing in Branson, Missouri in 2010 before taking the show on the road.  Step back in time and learn a little more about the life of Merle Haggard by someone who knew him best.  Enjoy an evening of REAL country music, Haggard style!  As Marty says, "This is not an impersonation of my dad.  I'm not him, I'm his son.  If I sound like 'em, I can't help it.  If I don't sound like 'em, I can't help it.  One thing my dad always told me was to just be myself, and I can do that".

Marty will be available after the show to meet, greet, and sign autographs.
Doors open at 6:00 PM.
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10

August

Travis LeDoyt

Travis LeDoyt is known as “the world’s best” at portraying Elvis Presley in his prime in the 50s and 60s. His uncanny resemblance to the “King of Rock and Roll” has audiences gasping when he takes the stage. Once he begins to sing and dance, fans are truly captivated by the authenticity of LeDoyt’s performance. Sold out shows and repeat engagements around the world further attest to LeDoyt’s impeccable ability to capture the very essence of “The King” and leave fans waiting more.

The biggest compliment LeDoyt has received came from D. J. Fontana who was Presley’s drummer in the 50s, “This is as close as you’ll get to seeing a concert by Elvis Presley in the early years.”

Travis is currently touring with a three-piece band based in Nashville, performing songs from 1954 to 1970. Travis has appeared numerous times at the McSwain, to sold out audiences.

The accolades and fan responses continue on LeDoyt’s Facebook Page – see videos, photos and more at www.facebook.com/travisledoyt.
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