A recent review, The Grand Jubilee at Grand Country Music Hall, was spot on! While attending the Grand Jubilee show in Branson, earlier this year, and observing the audiences reaction, we felt the same way. The whole family will enjoy this blend of your favorite music, colorful costuming, along with the hi-jinks and comedy of “Jim Dandy” and his straight man, MC Mike Patrick. It’s award winning cast, provides an extremely fast paced entertainment experience, showcasing great music and hilarious comedy.
Grand Jubilee entertains adults and children simultaneously
Branson has many shows, but many will not keep children entertained throughout most of the show. The Grand Jubilee is one of those rare shows that simultaneously entertains both adults and children throughout. For adults and kids alike, it is two of the fastest and finest hours of entertainment on any Branson stage.
The Grand Jubilee, a fast-paced mix of grand music, rollicking comedy, and rousing gospel. The fun starts even before the show begins, when Master of Ceremonies Mike Patrick comes on stage to greet the audience. Enter the “stage manager,” aka “Jim Dandy.” Dressed in a day-glow orange suit, it’s comic relief before you know it! Mike can’t help laughing along with the audience — a fun start to an entertaining evening.
Country and gospel classics, Top 40, and rock ‘n’ roll hits from the 70’s thru the 90’s … you’ll hear all your favorites. Vocalist Jackie Brown spent several years in Nashville, on stage with legends like Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner. Singing a country melody or a pop tune, she delivers a powerful performance. The audience loves her! New South is Branson’s favorite quartet. Many Branson visitors will remember bass singer Mark McCauley from Mel Tillis’s show. Lead singer David Ragan, Jr., tenor Luke Menard, and tenor baritone Jon Drockleman round out the group that is so popular with Branson audiences.