This weekend’s edition of “Branson Country USA,” set for 10:30 p.m. Friday at the Grand Country Music Hall, will feature Joe and Tamra Tinoco from the “Magnificent Seven Variety Show” at the Hamner Variety Theatre.

For the past 17 seasons, Joe and Tamra Tinoco have headlined the “Magnificent Seven Variety Show,” which features seven decades of hits, more than 200 rapid-fire costume changes, singing, dancing, comedy, and drama. 

Joe Tinoco has performed worldwide with some of the biggest celebrities in the industry, on the Grand Ole Opry and most notably the historic Ryman Auditorium alongside the Oak Ridge Boys and Little Big Town. He began his Branson career in Branson in 1991 with Chisai Childs, honing his skills working alongside Ray Price, Ferlin Husky and Cristy Lane.

Tamra Tinoco has a Bachelor of Music Education Degree from the University of Kansas City Conservatory of Music, and has produced several award-winning stage and TV programs, including “Today’s Country,” “The Magnificent Variety Show,” “Magnificent Country” and the “Showcase Jubilee.”

She has toured and performed with stars like Lee Greenwood, Vince Gill, John Davidson, Cristy Lane, Jim Stafford and Ferlin Husky. She was also Porter Wagoners guest star on the Grand Ole Opry. She is currently the featured female vocalist on the “Hamner’s Unbelievable Variety Show.”

The Tinoco also own and operate TNT Old Time Photo on the famous Branson “Strip.”

 During the show, the Tinocos are joined by their teenage daughter Talya Tinoco, who started singing onstage when she was a year old. Rounding out the cast are Sharie Nievar, Dusty Wooldridge, Tami Griffith and Ryan Featherstone.

Showtimes are 10 a.m. Saturdays, and 7 p.m. Sundays and Mondays.

“Branson Country USA” is a weekly radio and TV show, featuring Patrick and Haage as hosts, as well as the New South Quartet, David Ragan, Jon Drockelman, Mark McCauley, Luke Menard, female vocalists Jackie Brown and Melody Hart, and the Grand Band, known locally as the “Rhinestone Mafia,” which features steel guitarist Gene Mulvaney, keyboard player Michael W. Davis, bassist Larry Allred, drummer Rob Blackburn, guitarist Chad Cathell and fiddler Wayne Massengale.

Showtime is 10:30 p.m. Friday at the Grand Country Music Hall.

Next week’s “Branson Country USA” guests will see Tammy and Tonya Bilyeu from “Ozarks Gospel” and “Ozarks Country” at the Grand Country Music Hall, and Doug Gabriel from “The Doug Gabriel Show” at the Pierce Arrow Theatre.

Showtime is 10:30 p.m. Friday at the Grand Country Music Hall. 

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