If you love the music of the 1970s, you'll adore "The Outlaw Eagles" tribute show in Branson. This brand-new show brings you your favorite tunes from the Eagles, Linda Ronstadt, Joe Walsh, and Jackson Browne.
Larry Holiday, a guitarist who was selected as the lead guitar player of the year at the 2019 Terry Awards, is the main guitarist in this show. Larry's wife, Georgina Holiday, sings in the concerts. They are joined onstage by Aaron Napier, Doug Clifford, Kenny Christenson, and Steve Leach.
You can catch this event at the Nashville Roadhouse Theater at the Branson Star. You'll find the theater behind the Olive Garden, and you can park at the venue for free. Performances are held on Wednesday evenings at 8 p.m., and children under 13 receive free admission. You can dress casually for the concert. If you're hungry or thirsty before the show, the theater has on-site concessions and cocktails.
If you enjoy seeing "The Outlaw Eagles," don't leave Branson without seeing more tribute shows. You may want to stop by the "Statler Brothers Revisited" show, and you might like "New Jersey Nights," "Legends in Concert," "Carpenters Once More" and "Liverpool Legends."
"The Outlaw Eagles" is a musical tribute show that honors the Eagles, an American country rock band. In addition to music from the Eagles, the show features songs by Joe Walsh, Linda Ronstadt, and Jackson Browne.
Larry Holiday plays guitar for the performance, and his wife, Georgina Holiday, is a vocalist in the show. Aaron Napier provides vocals and plays guitar, and Doug Clifford is the band's drummer. Kenny Christenson sings and accompanies the band on the piano, and Steve Leach is a singer and a bassist in the group.
"Hotel California," "Seven Bridges Road," "New Kid in Town," "Best of My Love," "One of These Nights" and "Take It to the Limit" are some of the tunes that may be featured on the program.
"The Outlaw Eagles" show is performed at the Nashville Roadhouse Theater at the Branson Star. You'll find the venue at 3750 W 76 Country Blvd. It's located behind the Olive Garden. If you wish, you can get to the theater by driving down Green Mountain Drive.
You can catch this event on Wednesdays from May through November. All shows begin at 8 p.m.
The show runs for around 90 minutes.
You can wear casual clothing to the concert, and dressing up is fine, too.
Yes, "The Outlaw Eagles" show is designed as a family-friendly event. Children will enjoy the high-energy atmosphere of the performance, and they may discover new songs to add to their playlists.
Free parking is available at the theater.
Yes, the theater has concessions and cocktail services.
Adult tickets (ages 18+) are $43.19, and tickets for teens (ages 13-17) cost $21.39. Children's tickets are free.
Yes, please give us a call at 1-800-785-1610 to purchase your tickets for this performance.
Prices do not include tax. Teen is ages 13-17.
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