Moe Bandy Theatre Features Moe Bandy and his side kick Hargus. The show includes guitar, banjo, four fiddlers, Hammered Dulcimer, dancing, and even a special bull riding segment.
Bestowed with the title, "National Treasures", the Sons of the Pioneers are introducing the new generation to the romance of the Old West and great music, and the older folks relive those Saturday morning Westerns with Roy and Gabby. This legendary group, though none of the originals, entertain with a diversity of ragtime, western swing, Dixieland, gospel and big band. Their classic harmonies are heard in their signature numbers, "Tumblin' Tumbleweeds" and "Cool Water". A superb show, a tribute to their founding member, the late Roy Rogers.
Theater: The theater is plain and unpretentious with a stage equipped for backdrop changes, projection screens, spotlight vignettes. The sound is good. It was previously the Anita Bryant Theater
Seating: 700 comfortable seats. View good, even in rear seats.
Handicap access: Good
Show: Moe Bandy is a modest man with a lot of talent. His show consists of performing his hits, some comedy, country star impersonations. Geared more for the middle adult and senior group, not much for the kids.
Location: In the center of the Strip on W. SR 76.
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In Branson, MO, USA"
Audio CD (February 11, 1993)
Tonk Amnesia: The Hard Country Sound Of..."
Audio CD (February 20, 1996)
Hits (Curb), Moe Bandy"
Audio CD (February 20, 1990)
Ol' Boy: His Greatest Hits"
Audio CD (July 17, 1995)
Includes duet songs with Moe Bandy.