A Spectacular Tribute for Merle Haggard
Marty Haggard will perform a one night show in Branson on October 10, 2018 at the Clay Cooper Theater. If you know Merle Haggard, you won’t want to miss his son Marty Haggard performs a memorable tribute show to his father who is known for entertaining audiences with decades of country music hits. Some of Merle Haggard most notable hits which Marty may perform during the show include Mama Tried, If We Make It Through December, Okie from Muskogee, Skid Row and the Roots of My Raising.
Marty Haggard began his career as a country music singer in 1979. In 1981, he signed with Dimension Records and made his first single, “Charleston Cotton Mill.” From 1983 to 1985, Marty traveled with his Dad’s band, “Merle Haggard and The Strangers”.
In 1986, Marty signed with MTM Records. It released Trains Make Me Lonesome that won him a nomination by the Academy of Country Music as Top New Male Vocalist. In 1995, Marty signed with the Critique/BMB label.
“A Tribute to Merle Haggard, My Dad” is one of the shows in Branson where you’ll hear the melodious voice of Marty which is reminiscent to his father’s. This show is sure to delight audiences with fabulous performances of Marty and singer Eugene Moles to keep you entertained with great music backed by a seven-piece band.
If you are a fan of Merle Haggard, you will enjoy Marty’s renditions of his father’s top hits. Marty’s performance covers his father’s entire music career from the early 1960s to his latest musical accomplishment. If you like listening the music of Merle Haggard, you won’t want to miss the chance to see his son perform his best-loved hits.
This tribute show in Branson is a true tribute to Merle Harrard’s incredible music legacy that today live on in Merle’s ever popular hits. During the show, you will be transported back to the 1960s as Marty Haggard performs the hits of his father.
Marty is a country music performer in his own right, taking after his dad’s lead. Marty has released tunes like Charleston Cotton Mill, Trains Make Me Lonesome, and many others. As Branson celebrates the life and times of the legendary Merle Haggard in real country style, Marty Haggard will step on stage with the same swagger and appeal that his father did for decades.
Merle Haggard is truly a country music icon that has racked up many awards in his career. After more than 45 years since his first album was released, he was inducted into California's Hall of Fame in January 2011.
He was also honored at the Kennedy Center Honors ceremony with President Obama in December 2010. Merle continues to perform and released a new album in 2010, “I Am What I Am,” and performed the title song on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno in February 2011.
If you are a fan of Merle Haggard, don’t miss his son Marty Haggard performs a memorable tribute show to his father at the Clay Cooper Theater in Branson on October 20, 2018.