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Georgia's only Branson Style Variety Show, The Outpost Opry Variety Show, comes to the historic Hawkinsville Opera House for the first time with a great show planned. The cast will be doing a great tribute the one and only, queen of country, Loretta Lynn. You'll be hearing all your favorite Loretta songs, "Cold Miners Daughter", "Dont Come Home A Drinkin", "You Aint Woman Enough To Take My Man", "Fist City", "Ones On The Way" and more. Also, the cast will perform some of The Judds' greatest hits like "Mama, He's Crazy", "Why Not Me". " Love Will Build A Bridge", "A Girls Night Out" and more. Also, opening will be local favorite and 2013 Georgia Country Awards Female Artist of the Year, Megan Fowler!!! She is a rising star in Georgia country music, has had her video "Every Sunday Mornin'" played on CMT so you do not want to miss her. This is Georgia's only Branson style variety show with also, favorite country, Motown and classic rock songs. Comedy from William H Bass (William T's cousin). This is a ALL FAMILY show, fun for all ages!!
Good Food, Cold Beer & HOT Music
Good Food, Cold Beer and HOT Music.
Good Food and Hot Music - Wear Your Shit-Kickers
Sounds Like: Jeff Beck, Frank Zappa, Chicago Transit Authority, Joe Satriani, Eric Clapton
Label: Dark Horse Productions & Schitty Records
Manager: Gene Hilbert
Over Forty years of experience in the performing arts including recording projects and theoretical studies, six off Broadway musicals, and thousands live performances. Performing solo and with full symphonic productions has placed Gene in a category far beyond those of mortal chord bangers....See Full Bio
“Seasoned performer Gene Hilbert’s latest release, “Larger Prey,” is a collection of original music fused with classic rock, jazz, and blues. A one-man show, Hilbert not only is the vocalist and guitarist but also has creatively performed every other instrument. The album’s high-quality production is heard in each track, and each track is arranged with excellent distinction between instruments and vocals. Subtle bell sounds and horns complement the razor sharp guitar on “Morning 20.” Harmonic guitars highlight the moving piece “March to Baghdad” as it takes on a sound of its own. Vocals are low and clean while the harmonies are perfectly layered on “Talk To Me.” Hilbert has taken different musical styles and has compiled a wonderful selection of songs with powerful guitar melodies. “Larger Prey” is a guitar driven album that is well worth hearing, especially for listeners who enjoy Joe Satriani or Santana. -Diane and the RadioIndy.com Reviewer Team”