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Jamie “Jim Dandy” Haage, left, and Mike “The Golden Throat of the Ozarks” Patrick host “Branson Country USA” every Friday night at the Grand Country Music Hall in Branson.

This weekend’s edition of “Branson Country USA,” set for 10:30 p.m. Friday at the Grand Country Music Hall, will feature Nashville French Creole country singer Dennis Stroughmatt.

Stroughmatt, performs a medley of music, language, stories, and culture that has been secreted away in the Missouri Ozarks. With the blessing of the Creole people of the Midwest, Dennis Stroughmatt is called a “passionate ambassador,” expanding interest and excitement in what many have considered to be long lost genre. He is also a member of the National Oldtime Fiddlers Hall of Fame.

“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..

“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 Jerry Presley from “Elvis Live” at the God & Country Theatres, then Randy Plummer from “The  Plummer Family Country Music Show,” as well as the “Sons of Britches” Aug. 2.            

Visit grandcountry.com for more.

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