A Night with Bellamy Brothers
Bellamy Brothers will be performing for one night only at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater in Branson on Wednesday, 31 May 2017 at 6 pm. As one of the most fascinating shows in Branson, Bellamy Brothers Band will bring country and pop music to entertain audiences of all ages. The first big hit of the this talented group, “Let Your Love Flow,” has topped the pop charts and made an impressive country chart showing to one of their more interesting titles, “If I Said You Had a Beautiful Body Would You Hold It Against Me.” The duo maintains a wide appeal across several music genres.
Bellamy Brothers Band is composed of brothers Howard and David Bellamy. The brothers gained much of their fame throughout the 60s. While they have created names for themselves in the music industry, they also cultivated countless hits that are still played on the radio today. With over fifty albums released, Bellamy Brothers aren’t only popular music icons in the United States, they are also known internationally. From country to pop and gospel, the famous duo is an amazing example of country music.
After the Bellamy Brothers created successfully two giant hits in the 70’s, they went on to pummel the country charts in many countries over the years, nailing the top spot with songs like “Sugar Daddy,” “Dancin’ Cowboys,” “For All the Wrong Reasons,” and “Redneck Girl.” Their one night show in Branson gives the fans country songs that helped kick off their music career. The success of Jim Stafford’s hit song “Spiders and Snakes” that was penned by David Bellamy, gave the Bellamy Brothers the funds they needed to launch their music career.
The famous duo has become popular for their work in the country music industry, bringing their amazing vocals to delight fans all over the world. The talented singers have been performing since their prime in the 70s and 80s. With their success in country music, these celebrated singers are sure to put on an amazing show in Branson at the start of the summer season. On their two-hour show, Bellamy Brothers will entertain you with their other big hits including “Old Hippie,” “I Need More of You,” “Kids of the Baby Boom,” and “Too Much is Not Enough” (the song they recorded with the Forester Sisters. With an impressive 14 chart toppers that were patronized by fans of all ages, you’re sure to enjoy seeing them dance and sing to the hits of the past.
Belly Brothers have received awards and accolades including “Most Promising Group of the Year by the CMA,” “Top Country Duo by Billboard,” “Lifetime Membership of the Federation of International Country Air Personalities,” “Record for most duo nominations by ACM and CMA,” “CMA International Artist Achievement Award,” and “Members of the German Country Music Hall of Fame.”
With the music that is influenced by country, pop, and gospel, it would be great to see Bellamy Brothers as they perform at the Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater in Branson.