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Branson on the Road makes regional stop

Branson on the Road will come to the Lions Lincoln Theatre to present a Christmas show that will feature classic country, bluegrass, gospel, rockabilly and family-friendly comedy.

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Branson on the Road will come to the Lions Lincoln Theatre, 156 Lincoln Way E., Massillon, on Saturday, Dec. 2 at 7:30 p.m. This special Christmas show will feature classic country, bluegrass, gospel, rockabilly and family-friendly comedy.   
 
Tickets are $15 for the balcony and $20 for the main floor and can be purchased online at www.lionslincolntheatre.org or by calling 1-800-838-3006.
 
Branson on the Road has more than 20 years of experience performing at the top theaters in Branson and is the first national touring show named for the famous city.
 
“We reside in the live music capital of the world: Branson, Missouri,” said Debbie Horton, founding band member. “We realized there are many people who will never have a chance to visit Branson personally, so we decided to bring our Branson stage show directly to them.”
 
Horton holds the distinction of being the only woman to have played lead guitar for Johnny Cash. She hosted her own show at the old Boxcar Willie Theatre in Branson and has performed on the Grand Ole Opry, the Louisiana Hayride and the Ernest Tubb Midnight Jamboree in Nashville.
 
Among her other credits, Horton is an accomplished songwriter, having had her songs recorded by Wanda Jackson, Norma Jean and many other country singers.
 
Band member Brian Capps has been a part of the Branson on the Road show from the very start. He plays upright bass and sings songs reminiscent of Marty Robbins and Hank Williams. Capps’ latest recording reached the Top 10 on the Americana charts. He has worked with many Grand Ole Opry stars including Hank Thompson, Tommy Cash, Stonewall Jackson, Wanda Jackson and Norma Jean.
 
Rounding out the group is Cliff Boone, who has been a part of the Branson music scene for many years. Boone plays guitar, mandolin and banjo and sings baritone.
 
Branson on the Road is a regularly featured act on the national television show, “Midwest Country,” on the RFD-TV network, which is seen in over 100 million homes.
 

Published: November 24, 2017
New Article ID: 2017171129975