Pat Boone is set to perform live at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater for just one night only in Branson on November 6, 2019, Wednesday at 7:00 p.m.
The popular singer who scored many hits in the 50s and 60s had sold more than 45 million records and has appeared in several big Hollywood movies. So, don’t miss to listen to his best songs that are sure to be appreciated by everyone in the audience. As one of the most anticipated shows in Branson, Pat Boone will perform some of his biggest hits that include “Love Letters in the Sand,” “Moody River,” “Tutti Frutti,” “Ain’t That a Shame,” and his most romantically memorable, “April Love.”
Pat Boone has appeared more than 60 years ago on Dick Clark’s popular television show, American Bandstand, performing for his many music enthusiast fans. This time, he probably hasn’t imagined performing again in Branson stage full of loyal fans in the same theater.
This handsome singing sensation of the 60s stills holds a Billboard Magazine chart record for spending 220 consecutive weeks with one or more songs on the charts each week. He has appeared in many movies that include “The Greatest Story Ever Told,” “April Love,” “All Hands on Deck,” “The Cross & The Switchblade,” “The Perils of Pauline,” and “State Fair.”
Buy tickets now to see Pat Boone, one of the greatest artists during his time, he will be coming back to Branson to share his greatest hits of the 60s. This great singer will treat visitors to an evening of amazing music spanning several decades. The two-hour performance show in Branson is sure to entertain the audience with the awesome hits of Pat Boone while you sit back and relax in one of the best entertainment venues in the Ozarks.
Whether it’s your first time to watch Pat Boone performs on stage or you are a longtime fan of his music, there is something for you to enjoy at this one-of-a-kind concert experience in Branson. Don’t miss the opportunity to see Pat Boone perform live at Dick Clark’s.
Pat Boone Live at Dick Clark’s is a fantastic show in Branson that will give so much fun to audiences of all ages. With this Up Close Concert on Branson stage, Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater is pleased to present this world-famous artist who holds the record for spending 220 consecutive weeks on the Billboard Magazine charts. During the 50s and 60s, Pat Boone was the second biggest artist behind only Elvis Presley. He has sold more than 45 million records and has starred in several Hollywood films.
Pat Boone was a popular artist during his time for a variety of reasons. This versatile entertainer has dabbled in everything from writing and songwriting to acting and composing. From a family full of Western movie stars and musicians, it’s no wonder that Boone developed his talent at such a young age.
While growing up in Jacksonville, Florida, Boone always had a love for music and he soon began to work toward the goal of becoming a singer. Pat Boone has become known for his best contributions to the music industry, so don’t miss to watch him perform live on the Branson stage.
With a humble beginning by performing in Nashville, TN’s famous Centennial Park, Pat Boone got his first big break when he landed a recording contract with Republic Records in 1954. From here, he went on to work with Dot Records and got his first hit single in 1955 with his cover of “Ain’t That a Shame’ by Fats Domino. Boone built his music career off of famous R&B covers of songs like, “I Almost Lost My Mind” by Ivory Joe Hunger, “Tutti Frutti” by Little Richard, and “I’ll Be Home” by the Flamingos.
As a beloved actor, singer, and performer, Pat Boone has achieved the Life Achievement Award from Conservative Political Action Conference in 2011. His fruitful music career launched him into huge success during this period, and he became one of the most beloved recording artists of the 1950s behind a great singer who popularized the song “Love Me Tender.” Throughout the successful music career of Pat Boone, he dabbled in various artistic composition creating quite the repertoire of hit songs and a unique style that guests can’t enjoy the same musical experience anywhere else.
Pat Boone Live at Dick Clark’s is one of the most anticipated shows in Branson where audiences are sure to enjoy a wonderful time hearing his greatest hits from the 50s and 60s.