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Buck Trent

Buck Trent in Branson, MO
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Branson's Famous Theatre

645 South State Highway 165
Branson, MO 65616

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“Buck Trent” delivers an energetic country music morning show in Branson that’ll wake you up with a smile! This show is jam-packed with country, gospel, and bluegrass, courtesy of some of Branson’s best singers, pickers, and players! Trent leads this incredible show, displaying awe-inspiring talent on a variety of instruments, including his trademark banjo, the bass, dobro, mandolin, and the guitar; he even has a guitar give to him by the legendary Chet Atkins! And Buck’s industry pedigree is nearly as impressive as his musical talent; he’s played and toured with some of country’s best, including Roy Clark and Porter Wagoner. He’s also delighted many a television audience over the years, including early career performances on the Mike Douglas Show, Dinah!, and The Tonight Show, as well as appearances on Nashville Now, Music City Tonight, Hee Haw, and the Porter Wagoner Show. His masterful playing has earned him two Instrumentalist of the Year Awards from both Music City Awards and the Country Music Association.

There’s an endless list of appearances and accomplishments when it comes to “Buck Trent,” but let’s talk a little about the phenomenal band of artists who appear with him, each an incredible performer who could easily carry their own show: lead guitar and leads vocals come from Kenny Parrott; he’s appeared on television many times and performed with Grand Ole Opry stars. Lead vocals are also provided by the beautiful Miss Katie Lynn; her resume boasts a long list of Branson stars she’s worked with, including Mickey Gilley and Jim Owens. Bruce Hoffman gives the show a little fiddle, mandolin, steel guitar, and vocals; he’s a recording artist whose worked with entertainers like Barbara Fairchild, and he appeared on Ed McMahon’s talent show, Star Search. Jonathan Black sings, and plays sax, mandolin, and piano; he’s worked with huge artists like Glen Campbell, Tony Orlando,and Ricky Skaggs. And then there’s Rob Blackwood - yep, those Blackwoods; he’s the grandson of R.W., and he plays drums and provides vocals. Big names he’s worked with include Tammy Wynette, Faron Young, and Johnny Lee.

You have lots of options for great morning-time entertainment in Branson, but no real Branson visit is complete without spending a morning with Mr. Banjo...the instrumental master...“Buck Trent!” Oh yeah!

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