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Old 11-09-2020, 07:38 PM   #1
cornonthecob
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Christmas Show Reviews 2020

Hello I have just returned home from Branson and attended six Christmas shows in this order:

-Neal McCoy-Neal is a wonderful performer and his show was basically his concert mixed in with holiday classics. Neal admits to performing the songs he feels are appropriate for the evenings audience and no two shows are ever the same. At the conclusion he did a meet and greet in the lobby.

-The Haygoods-My third time seeing the Haygoods and must say this was absolutely fantastic from start to finish. The first half is the best of their 2020 show, the second part is all Christmas. A must see for all.

-Clay Cooper-I've have seen Clay seven times now and this show was also great. The first half was the best of his regular show the second all Christmas. The only part that I though was a bit off was a Batman and Robin section of the Christmas portion. Clay did a meet and greet after the show.

-Texas Tenors-High class and lush. The best singers in music, or certainly at the top. This is a elegant, fun show that ended way too fast. They mixed in Texas Tenors favorites along with Christmas songs. A perfect evening.

-The Duttons-Fast paced and loads of fun. So much music in a hour and forty minutes (with no intermission). You never knew what was coming next in this great show.

-Presleys-Presleys followed the format of the first part being the best of their regular season and the second part being holiday themed. Herikmer was out that evening due to illness, but Cecil and the gang kept the music and laughs coming. I have been to see Presleys eight times over the year though and am tired of some of the same songs being performed. "Hot Rod Lincoln", "Ragged Old Flag", "The Wipe Out Medley" and "Till I Can Make It On My Own" are all great performances but should be refreshed.

Social distancing was the norm at all shows. I felt safe and had a great time.
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