‘Alabama Rolls On’ appearing at Poncan Theatre Saturday night

Team Radio Marketing Group - January 16, 2017 11:01 am

“Alabama Rolls On,” comes live to The Poncan Theatre from Branson, Mo.

This tribute to the band Alabama will begin at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 21.

Tickets are $15 for adults and $7 for kids 12 and younger, a fraction of what the show would cost in Branson.

“Alabama Rolls On” fits perfectly into the famed line-up of sensational tribute shows.  And who better to honor than what is arguably one of the biggest country music acts of all time — Alabama! Few country acts can boast the number of awards collected by Alabama: two Grammy Awards, 16 awards from the Academy of Country Music, and 22 awards from the American Music Awards.  Their level of recognition is simply astounding.

This incredible history is honored with sincere reverence and downright rockin’ talent by the “Alabama Rolls on Tribute” show. A strong line-up of seasoned professionals deliver hits like Love in the First Degree, Born Country, The Closer You Get, Song of the South, Dixieland Delight, and Mountain Music.

Alabama has endured throughout the decades because their music touches on so many sounds; classic and contemporary country, gospel, pop, and southern rock. If you’ve been looking to hear a sensational live performance of their best stuff, look no further than “Alabama Rolls On.”

When “Alabama Rolls On” takes the stage, you immediately know you’re in for a rockin’ evening! There may be no country band more legendary than Alabama, and no band more qualified to honor them.  Everyone enjoys the blend of genres that comes through in Alabama’s best-selling country songs.

Experience this line-up of top musicians as they play many of your favorite songs in the live music destination of The Poncan Theatre!

Sponsors for the show are Osage Casino and Hoffman Painting.

 

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