Lonestar's Richie McDonald, Live at the Legends Family Theater
Richie McDonald Of Lonestar will perform live for one night only at the Legends Family Theater in Branson. Lonestar is one of the most popular bands in country music, and for a one night music show in Branson, you will see the pivotal member Richie McDonald live and in person. Come see Richie McDonald as he brings his extraordinary talent to the Ozarks stage for a two-hour musical event in Branson. Whether you like his music for a long time or are sharing it with your friends, his smooth voice is sure to provide an evening of fun and great music.
As you hear some of the greatest Lonestar hits, you can’t control yourself to sing and dance the night away. Whether you like the soft crooning of ‘Amazed’ or want to sing along with ‘No News,’ you’re bound to enjoy a great time. Richie is sure to bring a stunning performance with him, with great confidence and charisma that only a professional performer can provide. Known as the lead singer for Lonestar, Richie McDonald has cultivated a huge career in the country music industry.
Born in 1962, Richie started his music career in 1995 when he signed with BNA Records along with the band. From there, seven studio albums have been produced and charted an amazing 27 singles. However in 2007, McDonald left the band to pursue a solo career. His first album was released November 8 of that same year and was a Christmas compilation featuring the song, ‘Coming Home for Christmas,’ which reached No. 4 on the charts. Then, in 2008, he released his follow-up debut album,
‘I Turned to You.’ Other great songs from this album include ‘Hey God’ and ‘How Do I Just Stop.’
The second album of Richie was released in 2010. As well as creating his own music, he has also written songs for other artists, including ‘Let Them Be Little’ by Billy Dean and ‘Coalmine’ by Sara Evans. As one of the music industry’s most successful songwriters, Richie has also penned some of the era’s most memorable songs and earned a mantle full of awards and nominations. The list of his accomplishments that he brings is among music’s most noteworthy.
The voice of Richie is behind songs like Amazed, Smile and No News and he penned songs like My Front Porch Looking In and Let Them Be Little, a song locally performed by Billy Dean. He has also written songs that were recorded by John Michael Montgomery, Clay Walker, Sara Evans and the Wilkinsons, among others. Richie has also earned six gold and platinum albums, including several CMA and ACM awards as well as BMI awards for songwriting. His song I’m Already There, was warmly embraced by the military and their families and later became an unofficial anthem for U.S. troops in the Middle East.
If you are a fan of country music, watch the pivotal member of Lonestar, Richie McDonald who will perform live for one night only at the Legends Family Theater in Branson.