Bransonís Braschler Music Show in Tribune March 26
March 5, 2004
One of Branson, Missouri's top shows
is coming to Tribune, Ks. March 26, 2004. The show will be in the Greeley
County High School Gymnasium; beginning at 7:00 p.m. MT. Tickets are
available for $12.50 each at the Greeley County Chamber of Commerce, Dixon
Drug, or the Greeley County Republican. You may also purchase your ticket
at the door.
The Braschler Show is coming to
Western Kansas because one of their group members, Cortlandt Ingram, is a
Tribune native. Corlandt is the son of Eddie Ingram, the grandson of Dwain
and Theoma Ingram, and the great-grandson ofLuella McDonald and Myrna
Ingram, all of Tribune.
As an original Branson Family Music
Show, the Braschlers have entertained audiences across America with their
mix of country, bluegrass, comedy, and gospel tunes. The Braschlers have
been awarded the Branson Family Tradition Award and are numerous
recipients of the Gospel Show of the Year Award.
The Braschlers create happiness with
their light-hearted, joyful performances, packed with extraordinary
musical talent! Along with Willie Makeit (Phil Baker), you'll enjoy the
Braschler ladies, Sherri Braschler and Merissa Stacy, as they add country,
pop and bluegrass. Patriarch Cliff Braschler sings tenor in the quartet
and plays straight man for Willie Makeit.
Others in the famous quartet include
lead singer, Johnny Walters, baritone Paul Braschler, and Cecil Stringer
rounds out the quartet with his deep rich bass voice. Tommy Fairchild,
playing keyboards, adds backup to the group. Other band members include
drummer, Gil Stockebrand. Tim Brooks on banjo, lead and acoustic guitar,
and Greeley County's own Cortlandt Ingram.
From country to gospel to pop, the
Braschler's Music Show will take you on a musical journey, spiced with
humor and family tradition.
For further information, contact
Doreen Mangold at 620-376-2548 at the Greeley County Chamber of Commerce.