BILLY YATES ANNOUNCES NEW SHOW IN BRANSON, MISSOURI

Billy Yates' Hit Songwriters in the Round will debut at the Americana Theatre April 6, 2018

Branson, MO (December 11, 2017) - Billy Yates' Hit Songwriters in the Round will debut April 6, 2018 at the Americana Theatre on the famed 76 Country Music Boulevard strip in Branson.  The first three shows will feature two of Nashville's most gifted songwriters, Kerry Kurt Phillips, whose songwriting credits include: "Prop Me Up Beside the Jukebox (If I Die)" (Joe Diffie), "Down On The Farm" (Tim McGraw), and "She Let Herself Go" (George Strait), along with Wynn Varble, star of the hit TV series, Joey and Rory, whose songwriting credits include: "Have You Forgotten" (Darryl Worley), "Waitin' On A Woman" (Brad Paisley), and "A Little More Country Than That" (Easton Corbin).

This unscripted, unplugged, and unbelievable 90-minute show will bring the best in performing songwriter experiences to the stage, where the award-winning/Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter, Billy Yates, will introduce the audience to the world of performing songwriters, as two other hit songwriter/artists from Nashville will join Billy on stage each week to casually tell the stories behind the songs they play.  This relaxed and unscripted show allows the audience to enjoy the spirit of what makes acoustic performances of songs, by the ones who wrote them, so great.  Audiences will feel the raw emotions and should be prepared to laugh, and possibly cry, as they share their hearts and souls in this "like no other" experience in Branson, Missouri.  Songwriters and artist/writers will rotate weekly throughout the season, each performing three shows in a row during their stay in Branson.  The intimacy of this all-acoustic show will leave audiences feeling as though they've made new friends with the stars on stage.

Most Branson show goers got to know Billy Yates during the past two seasons as he starred in the hit country music production, Raiding the Country Vault. "When I got to Branson last year, I realized that with so much variety in the shows and attractions, there was still something missing.  Having spent the last 30 years in Nashville, the thing I missed most was the amazing songwriter shows that have become a true Nashville experience in the Music City where hit songwriters share with the audience their original versions of songs they've written, along with the stories that inspired them," said Yates. "I believe that a show like this in Branson, featuring the best writers in the business, is something the folks here are sure to love".

Each show will include a meet and greet, and the audience will have a chance to personally "thank a songwriter" . . .  the unseen heroes behind the music of our lives. 

In addition to his own 'Hit Songwriters in the Round' show, Yates will continue singing some of his favorite Country classics at the Starlite Theatre in Raiding the Country Vault in 2018, so make plans to attend both shows as you schedule your Branson vacation.

Tickets for Billy Yates' Hit Songwriters in the Round are available at the Americana Theater box office at 417-544-8700 or online at www.HitSongwritersInTheRound.com.

Tickets for Raiding the Country Vault are available at the Starlite Theatre box office at

417-337-9333 or online at www.starlitetheatre.com.

 

WRITERS/ARTISTS SCHEDULED TO APPEAR APRIL THRU JULY:

April 6, 7, 8 - Kerry Kurt Phillips & Wynn Varble

April 13, 14, 15 - Bryon Hill & Wil Nance

April 20, 21, 22 - Buddy Jewell & Leslie Satcher

April 27, 28, 29 - Clay Mills & Mark Irwin

May 4, 5, 6 - Max T. Barnes & Jeff Bates

May 11, 12, 13 - Jim McBride & Jimmy Payne

May 18, 19, 20 - Bobby Tomberlin & Steve Dean

May 25, 26, 27 - Guest host: Heath Wright with LuLu Roman & Leona Williams

June 1, 2, 3 - Rafe Van Hoy & Wood Newton

June 9, 10 - Scott Reeves & Mark Narmore

June 15, 16, 17 - Ken Mellons & Galen Griffin

June 22, 23, 24 - Brice Long & Phillip White

June 29, 30, July 1 - TBA

July 6, 7, 8 - Julie Roberts & Brady Seals

July 13, 14, 15 - Dallas Wayne & Frank Meyers



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