Sing and Dance to the Timeless Music of Ronnie Milsap
Ronnie Milsap will amaze everyone in the audience when he performs in one of the most anticipated concerts in Branson this coming September 15, 2018 at the Andy Williams Moon River Theater. As one of the most influential voices in country music’s storied history, Ronnie Milsap had been in the music industry almost from the start.
Milsap was born in Robbinsville, North Carolina where it became known to such great singers as Jimmie Rodgers, Chet Atkins and Dolly Parton. He received classical training at the Governor Morehead School for the Blind in Raleigh.
For 20 years straight, Milsap have nabbed at least one Top 10 single every single year. Those songs were written by some of the music’s most legendary songwriters of his generation including Kris Kristofferson “Please Don’t Tell Me How The Story Ends”, Burt Bacharach “Any Day Now”, Eddie Rabbitt “Pure Love”, Don Gibson “I’d Be A Legend In My Time”, Mike Reid “Inside”, “Stranger In This House”, Archie Jordan “It Was Almost Like A Song”, and Hank Cochran “Don’t You Ever Get Tired Of Hurting Me”, to name just a few. The kids now are simply enjoying on a master plan Milsap laid down years ago.
Ronnie Milsap has been a fan favorite since the 70’s and a country music industry darling until now. He was honored with several awards by the Country Music Association and Academy of Country Music (ACM), including Male Vocalist of the Year nods from both associations, and the Cliffie Stone Pioneer Award from the ACM.
He’s got also four Grammy Awards, including the Best Male Country Vocal Performance. This country singer has witnessed more than thirty of his songs that were achieved by a truly successful artist.
Ronnie Milsap also had more than ten additional songs that hit the Top Ten on the country charts. His #1 songs include: “There’s No Gettin’ Over Me,” “Pure Love,” “Daydreams About Night Things,” “Any Day Now,” “She Keeps the Home Fire Burning,” “Lost in The Fifties Tonight (In The Still of the Night,)” “Snap Your Fingers,” and “Make No Mistake, “She’s Mine,” a huge hit Milsap had with Kenny Rogers.
Milsap have heavily influenced many of today’s biggest country artists. A famous country singer of epic proportions, only a few of any music genre ever reach the success of this country crooner with the blue-eyed soulful sound.
With nearly 30 albums released over the past 40 years and no signs of slowing down, Milsap has no doubt left his mark in the music history. As one of the most accomplished singers in history, Ronnie Milsap’s long career has included some of the most classic, popular, and iconic music of all time. His impressive vocals, piano playing, songwriting, and showmanship have garnered numerous awards throughout his long music career.
So, if you like to sing and dance to the timeless music of Ronnie Milsap, don’t miss what may be his last concert in Branson at the Andy Williams Moon River Theater on September 15, 2018.