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News broke Monday morning Country Music Hall of Famer and a personal favorite of mine Charlie Daniels died of a stroke at the age of 83.

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The folks at the Branson Regional Arts Council have joined more than 60 independent theatre houses, most of which were closed this spring, taking part in the virtual “Quarantine Cat Film Fest,” which serves as a way to help these venues bring in digital revenue during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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One of Ozark Mountain Country’s most popular places to visit, “Dolly Parton’s Stampede Dinner Attraction,” is set to reopen July 1, according to a Tuesday release. The attraction opened earlier this season for a few weeks, last performing shows in March.

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“Larry’s Country Diner Live,” a stage presentation of the RFD-TV hit “Larry’s Country Diner,” featuring Larry Black and his cast of regulars including Keith Bilbrey, Renae the waitress and Nadine the avid church lady, will again call the Clay Cooper Theatre home this year, with show dates se…

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One of Branson’s newest venues, the Ruby Room at the Majestic, called a “showroom for rhythm & blues in Branson,” is set to open Monday featuring two shows,  “Dancing in the Streets – a Motown Revue” and “Doo Wop & the Drifters.”

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Up Close Concerts owner and promoter Bob Cannella, who previously stated 2020 would be his final season presenting shows in Branson, recently announced the cancellation and rescheduling of several shows, including one featuring Janie Fricke with special guests Moore & Moore, the other st…

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After several months away from the stage, radio waves and TV screens, “Branson Country USA,” a weekly radio and TV show calling the Grand Country Music Hall home, is set to return at 10:30 p.m. Friday with local entertainer Clay Cooper, star of “Clay Cooper’s Country Express” show at the Cla…

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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.

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 The shows and attractions calling Branson home are among the first in the world to begin the reopening procedures following the COVID-19 pandemic’s “stay at home orders.” 

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Gary McSpadden, singer, songwriter, TV personality, speaker, pastor of Faith And Wisdom Church, and longtime Branson resident, died following a battle with pancreatic cancer April 15 at the age of 77. The initial word came from a Facebook post from his wife Carol.

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The third annual Branson International Film Festival will continue as scheduled April 30 through May 3, but with one major twist. The festival will now be “as a virtual festival” through their website, according to a release.

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At the end of March, President Donald Trump announced the federal guidance urging social distancing measures “will stay in place through April 30.”