The one-night performance of Lee Greenwood is one of the most anticipated shows in Branson to watch at the Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater on December 5, 2018, Wednesday at 7:00 pm.
For a limited engagement only, Lee Greenwood is sure to impress everyone in the audience with a fantastic repertoire of some of his hits including “It Turns Me Inside Out” and “God Bless the USA”. This talented artist is in for a real treat in Branson stage to deliver down-home country sound and a variety of hits under his belt. With his impressive repertoire and talent, Lee Greenwood is sure to take you to the edge of your seat.
When Greenwood began playing piano at the age of seven and saxophone at twelve, his life has always been interlaced with music. After he finished high school, he was able to play most of the instruments in the orchestra and played as the Drum Major. After graduation, he passed on scholarships for track and music to pursue a career in music. He began playing at the Golden Hotel & Casino in Reno. In 1979, he was discovered by Larry McFaden (the bass player for Mel Tillis), he was then brought to Nashville where he signed to Halsey Agency.
Displaying a great voice with craftsmanship and a masterful performance, Greenwood have recorded seven number one hits and 25 charted singles under his belt. These hits include “Going Going Gone”, “I Don’t Mind the Thorns If You’re the Rose”, “It Turns Me Inside Out”, “Ring on Her Finger Time on Her Hands”, “She’s Lyin”, “Dixie Road”, and, most famously, “God Bless the USA”. With such an impressive achievement, you are sure to be dancing and singing the night away.
This country icon brings to Branson stage his down-home country vibes with great voice and masterful craftsmanship. Greenwood has made a name for himself in the music industry and he has become renown as one of the biggest country icons in the genre. Not only has he had so many hit songs, but he also won many awards and accolades including Male Vocalist of the Year for the Academy of Country Music and a Grammy For Top Male Vocal Performance in 1985.
In addition to the music that ignites the fire of faith and patriotism in even the most stoic of Americans, Greenwood has blessed country music with an impressive catalog of hits, including chart-toppers like “Somebody’s Gonna Love You”, “I Don’t Mind the Thorns (If You”re the Rose)”, “Don’t Underestimate My Love For You”, “Hearts Aren’t Made to Break (They’re Made to Love)”, and “Morning Ride”. Greenwood has also stacked up the industry accolades, including a Grammy Award for Best Male Country Vocal Performance for “I.O.U.”, and a Country Music Association Award for Song of the Year for “God Bless the USA”.
When you see the one-night performance of Lee Greenwood at the Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater, you will know the reason why it is one of the best shows in Branson.