Branson on the Road: Salute to America
May 25 & 26, 2017
BRANSON ON THE ROAD – SALUTE TO AMERICA is a musical celebration of songs and stories about our History, Heroes and Home. The show begins with the founding of the nation and then musically moves through some of our great cities and towns with songs like “Abilene”, “Detroit City” and “Route 66”.
“We honor our nation and the people who built it”, said show producer and performer, Debbie Horton. “You’re going to know nearly all of the songs we sing and be surprised too!”
Branson On The Road – Salute to America celebrates the strength of the USA and honors our veterans and military families who have given so much. The “Ragged Old Flag” begins a section of the show that looks back on a slower, nostalgic time in our nation.
A wonderful way to stand up and cheer the land we call home. Branson On The Road – Salute to America!
Debbie Horton holds the distinction of being the only woman to have played lead guitar for the great Johnny Cash. She hosted her own show at the old Boxcar Willie Theater in Branson and has performed on the famous Louisiana Hayride and Ernest Tubb Midnight Jamboree in Nashville. She was a radio DJ in Norfolk, Virginia and acted as MC for concerts with Kenny Rogers, Hank Williams, Jr., the Oak Ridge Boys, and many more. Among her other credits, Debbie is an accomplished songwriter. She has had her songs recorded by Wanda Jackson, Norma Jean and many other country singers.
Donnie Wright is an expert, sought after, respected musician, arranger and is versatile on many instruments including fiddle, mandolin, guitar, banjo and bass and has been part of the Branson music scene for 40 years. He provides a good deal of the comic relief on the show with his mischievous antics. Among his long list of credits are performances at The Grand Ole Opry in Nashville, The Presley’s Show in Branson, The Pine Mountain Jamboree in Eureka Springs, and a long-standing run at The Golden Nugget in Las Vegas. Donnie has been nominated for a Lifetime Honors Award for his contribution to music in the Ozarks by the National Endowments of the Arts in Washington, DC.
Brian Capps plays upright bass and sings songs reminiscent of Marty Robbins and Hank Williams. Brian’s latest recording reached the Top 10 on the Americana Charts and is part of the music rotation on XM Radio.
Visit www.BransonOnTheRoad.com to learn more!
Approximate running time with intermission is 2 hours.
The meal service begins 90 minutes prior to showtime.
Prices are subject to taxes and service charges. Gratuity not included with the ticket price!
Please note: If you do not purchase all the seats at the table, those additional seats may be purchased by another individual.