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Welk Resort Branson
1984 Hwy 165
Branson, MO   65616

(Branson, Missouri) – The Welk Resort Theatre is adding more world-class entertainment to their 2009 fall schedule with the addition of a brand new show featuring Lee Greenwood and The Bellamy Brothers. Known for his heartwarming patriotic anthem, “God Bless The USA,” Lee Greenwood will perform with The Bellamy Brothers, the singers and songwriters of the smash hit single, “Let Your Love Flow.”
The Lee Greenwood-Bellamy Brothers schedule covers six weeks: September 14th through October 24th. Performance times will vary from 2 & 8 p.m. daily, excluding Sunday. Prices range from $43.50 (elite seating) to $39.50 (adults) and $19.25 for children, and are available by phone at 417-337-7469 or on-line at WelkResortBranson.com.

Lee Greenwood
Discovered by Mel Tillis’ road manager, Larry McFaden, Lee Greenwood has seven #1 hits and 23 Top-Ten records including “Dixie Road,” “Ring On Her Finger, Time On Her Hands,” “Hearts Aren’t Made To Break (They’re Made To Love),” “Going, Going, Gone,” and “God Bless The USA.” In addition to his solo hits, Greenwood has recorded a number of popular duets with Barbara Mandrell, including the chart topping single, “To Me.” Greenwood has received Top Male Honors with a Grammy Award, CMA Award and an Academy of Country Music Award. Because of his patriotic work during the 1991 Gulf War, he was awarded a Congressional Medal of Honor Society Patriot Award and a Points of Light Foundation Award.

The Bellamy Brothers
One of the most popular and widely recognized country music duos, The Bellamy Brothers have charted fourteen #1 singles including “Let Your Love Flow,” “If I Said You Had A Beautiful Body (Would You Hold It Against Me),” and “Redneck Girl”. The Bellamy Brothers first made an impression on the music industry when they wrote the smash hit “Spiders & Snakes,” recorded by Branson’s own Jim Stafford.
The Bellamy Brothers have many accolades to attribute to their names. They hold the record in both the Academy of Country Music (ACM) and the Country Music Association (CMA) for the most duo nominations. After 30 years of success in the Country Music Business the Bellamy Brothers are coming to Branson to show a new generation of country music fans how it’s done.

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