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Branson Country USA - March 22, 2019

This week we welcome, Faith's Journey, from Absolutely Country, Definitely Gospel show at the Uptown Café! Faith's Journey is a gospel trio based in Branson, Missouri. With over 50 years of singing gospel music experience, these individuals are no stranger to music fans across the country.
This group combined has an amazing tight harmony which blends the traditional quartet with the bluegrass country sound and a splash of contemporary harmony to make the unique sound of Faith's Journey. Faith's Journey is in it's fourth season in Branson, Missouri performing four days a week at the Jackie B. Goode Uptown Cafe and Dinner Theatre with a 2pm lunch show called "Absolutely Country, Definitely Gospel".
They are also featured artist at Silver Dollar City and travel 130 dates a year at churches and events all across the country. You can visit their website: FaithsJourneyTrio.com ; or Facebook: FaithsJourney1976 .
For more information on their Branson performances, call the Uptown Cafe at: 417-336-3535 or visit: BransonUptown.Com .

This week we welcome also welcome Country Music Recording star, Leona Williams! Leona Williams was destined to become a Country Music Entertainer. She landed her first radio show at the age of 15, simply called "Leona Sings" in Jefferson City, Missouri. That journey would take her all over the world and allow her to sing before thousands and thousands of Country Music fans.Leona moved to Nashville in the late 1960s from a small town in Missouri called Vienna, and was soon recording for Hickory Records with such hits as "Once More" and "Yes Ma'am, He Found Me In A Honky Tonk". Since then, Leona has traveled worldwide and opened shows for some of country music's top entertainers and made numerous personal appearances at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville. Leona later teamed up with Merle Haggard for a top ten duet called "The Bull and the Beaver" and a duet album followed called HEART TO HEART. During this time, she would write some of Merle's biggest hits including "You Take Me For Granted" and "Someday When Things Are Good."Leona, a Missouri native, was inducted into the Country Music Association of Texas Hall of Fame in 1999. She was also honored with the prestigious George D. Hay Award in 2002 and was also inducted into the Missouri Country Music Hall of Fame. In 2011, Leona was awarded "Entertainer of the Year" by R.O.P.E. (Reunion of Professional Entertainers).Whether in a recording studio, dance or concert hall or on stage at the Grand Ole Opry, Leona Williams always gives her very best to her fans and her music. She definitely presents a special class to the world of Country Music. Her talented son Ron will also be performing with her this week.
For more information, visit LeonaWilliams.com .

And if two guests weren't enough, former New South lead singer, Trey Wilson, will be making a special appearance. Trey started his singing career in a small Baptist church at the age of three and hasn't stopped since. He has shared the stage with artists such as The Cathedrals, The Kinsmen Quartet, The Happy Goodmans, The Gaither Homecoming Tour, the late Dottie Rambo and traveled for nearly three years with the Plainsmen Quartet.
Born and raised in the Lone Star State, Trey was a senior in High School when he joined Grand Country in 2003. Trey was performing at the National Quartet Convention where Mike Patrick first met him. Mike was so impressed with Trey that he flew him to Branson for an audition and hired him on the spot. At the young age of 17, Trey packed up and moved to Branson to start the job, finishing high school by correspondence. During his 10 years with us, Trey was such an important part of the Grand Jubilee, New South Gospel, and Branson Country USA. His contributions went far beyond just being the New South lead singer. He was involved in vocal arrangements for both the stage and recording projects, in addition to assisting with many of the production elements of our shows.Trey left the group in August 2013 to pursue a career back in his home state of Texas. He took a marketing and sales job with GSD Companies based in Houston. GSD is a global scrap business which has also expanded into industrial demolition services for the petrochemical industry across the United States, and marine construction and dredging along the US Gulf Coast.

Branson Country USA is performed every Friday night at 10:30 p.m., January - December. For tickets and information, call Grand Country Music Hall. 417-335-2484. This broadcast is brought to you in part by Branson Tourism Center. For more information, please visit: www.BransonTourismCenter.com.

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