Haygoods

Michael and Catherine Haygood perform “Born to Be Wild” on specially lit instruments at “The Haygoods” at the Clay Cooper Theatre.

Greetings my Loyal

Reader(s), and welcome to the latest edition of the Branson Beat, your home for all the news on the Branson entertainment scene.

As always, feel free to drop me a line at jclark@bransontrilakesnews.com, or send me a message via our Branson Tri-Lakes News Facebook page.

Now, let’s get to it. 

Is it possible to top the Haygoods 

After 27 seasons of having one of Branson’s most popular and well-attended shows, there isn’t too much I can say about the Haygoods that hasn’t been said before. Matthew, Tim, Patrick, Dominic, Michael and Catherine Haygood continue to set, then exceed, what kinds of awesome production value is attainable during a two hour show.

During the show, the Haygoods seamlessly integrate top-notch musicianship, stellar vocals, and unmatched lighting while belting out classic country, rock, pop, and even a bit of hip hop. Lots of folks claim to have “something for everyone,” and this one delivers on that promise, and gives you much more.

Each member of the family gets the chance to showcase what they do best, from “mountain dancing” to playing just about every instrument on stage. The vibe and flow of the show is close to perfect, and nearly three decades in the industry is most assuredly present on that stage.

While several of the most popular bits are still in the show, there’s plenty of new things, including some ridiculously awesome lighting effects brought to us by Michael Haygood and Troy Coin. One section of the show features video projected on several instruments, and much like a pebble causes a wave in a pond, you could feel the ripple flow through the crowd as they began to realize exactly what they were seeing.

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reetings my Loyal

Reader(s), and welcome to the latest edition of the Branson Beat, your home for all the news on the Branson entertainment scene.

As always, feel free to drop me a line at jclark@bransontrilakesnews.com, or send me a message via our Branson Tri-Lakes News Facebook page.

Now, let’s get to it. 

Is it possible to top the Haygoods 

After 27 seasons of having one of Branson’s most popular and well-attended shows, there isn’t too much I can say about the Haygoods that hasn’t been said before. Matthew, Tim, Patrick, Dominic, Michael and Catherine Haygood continue to set, then exceed, what kinds of awesome production value is attainable during a two hour show.

During the show, the Haygoods seamlessly integrate top-notch musicianship, stellar vocals, and unmatched lighting while belting out classic country, rock, pop, and even a bit of hip hop. Lots of folks claim to have “something for everyone,” and this one delivers on that promise, and gives you much more.

Each member of the family gets the chance to showcase what they do best, from “mountain dancing” to playing just about every instrument on stage. The vibe and flow of the show is close to perfect, and nearly three decades in the industry is most assuredly present on that stage.

While several of the most popular bits are still in the show, there’s plenty of new things, including some ridiculously awesome lighting effects brought to us by Michael Haygood and Troy Coin. One section of the show features video projected on several instruments, and much like a pebble causes a wave in a pond, you could feel the ripple flow through the crowd as they began to realize exactly what they were seeing.

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