On April 11, 2019, at 8:00 pm at the Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater, Ronnie McDowell is going to fill your night with fun and great music.
As one of the most anticipated shows in Branson this spring, Ronnie McDowell will bring fantastic string of hit songs including “Older Women,” “You’re Gonna Ruin My Bad Reputation,” “Wandering Eyes,” “Personally,” “Watchin’ Girls Go By,” “You Made A Wanted Man Of Me,” “All Tied Up,” “I Love You, I Love You, I Love you,” and “In a New York Minute.” His riveting performance on the Branson stage and genuine warmth will astound the audience over and over again.
Known for his vocal resemblance to Elvis Presley, Ronnie McDowell have enjoyed a series of Top Ten hits on the country charts during the peak of his career in the 80s. Born in 1950 and raised in the small town of Portland, TN, McDowell started to sing in public when he served the Navy in the Philippines. When Elvis Presley died in 1977, Ronnie McDowell dazzled the world with his heartfelt and self-penned tribute song “The King Is Gone” that has sold more than 5 million copies. The following year 1978, McDowell has recorded another hit, the Top Five country single "I Love You, I Love You, I Love You.”
In January 1978, McDowell sang a song on the NBC special Nashville Remembers Elvis on His Birthday, in which he performed alongside many Presley's contemporaries. In 1986, he scored a Top 10 hit with "It's Only Make Believe," a duet with Conway Twitty on what had been Twitty's rock and roll hit in 1958. Ronnie McDowell has traveled the world entertaining audiences with his blend of country music and romantic intimacy. This great singer has recorded a string of hit singles between 1979 and 1986.
McDowell had sung 36 songs on the soundtrack “Elvis,” the Dick Clark’s-produced television movie that starred Kurt Russell as the lead performer. He was also the singing voice for the television movie “Elvis and Me,” the TV series on ABC television about the career of Elvis titled simply “Elvis” as well as, the 1997 Showtime special “Elvis Meets Nixon.”
Ronnie has also released a hit song on the Scorpion label that climbed into the Top 20 of both the pop and country charts. At the end of the decade, he started performing R&B and beach music with Bill Pinkney's Original Drifters, and they teamed up to release an album in 2002.
Over the years, Ronnie McDowell’s music career has been influenced by the songs of Elvis Presley. For one night only at the Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater in Branson, you can experience the greatest hits of Ronnie McDowell and the songs he performed on those amazing Elvis movies and TV programs.
He will bring his incredible catalog of music and a phenomenal voice that’s at once unique, and reminiscent of Elvis Presley. During the show, you can experience an astonishing concert with the Country Music Legend Ronnie McDowell that is filled with Gospel favorites that are sure to touch your heart.
Ronnie’s hit song stunned everyone with both the emotion of the lyrics and his uncanny singing style, one that catapulted the never-ending legend that Elvis lives on as he sounds like The King of Rock ‘n’ Roll! McDowell’s career in music soon grew hot, and he began to enjoy scores of Top Ten hits. He has also reached #1 status with “Older Women” and “You’re Gonna Ruin My Bad Reputation.” Ronnie McDowell will be sharing many hit songs plus Elvis greatest hits during his one-night performance show in Branson
This great performer has been touring for many years, but singing isn’t the only thing that’s kept Ronnie busy. He’s penned his autobiography, “Bringing It to You Personally.” As an avid artist, McDowell has expanded his being artistic to paintings for Walt Disney along with a depiction of some of pop culture’s celebrities from Clark Gable to Elvis to Dolly Parton.
With his purely American style, McDowell has captured an almost photographic image of everyone from George Jones to Oprah Winfrey, and from Dolly Parton to Johnny Depp. He’s also fascinated with capturing Disney characters and images in his realistic works of art that inspired the company that he now works producing more artwork for Disney.
In this limited engagement show in Branson, Ronnie McDowell is going to fill your night with fun and great music as he performs at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater in Branson.