Branson’s Grammy-nominee Barbara Fairchild is featured on this week’s broadcast of the New Best of Gene Williams. “The phrase ‘to see her is to love her’ is really true of Barbara. She was a natural choice to feature her in our ‘Best of’ series. What makes her a great guest and entertainer are her sincere love for people and bubbly personality. In addition to The Teddy Bear Song her hits include Baby Doll and Kid Stuff,” said Gene Williams, the star and creator of the Telly Award-winning show that was taped live at the 50’s at the Hop Theatre at the Shoppes at Branson.

Fairchild can be seen on stage at Branson’s  Starlite Theater on Sundays for morning worship services.  She can also be found at the Barbara Fairchild Diner located in the Victorian Village.

Also on this week’s show is magician Taylor Reed. Reed is appearing in Branson at the 50s at the Hop Theatre with magician Bart Rockett.

The TV show with Fairchild and Reed will be telecast June 6 and 7.

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