Grand Country Music Hall features one of Branson’s most popular shows, “The Grand Jubilee.” Unlike other shows in Branson, this show is open almost every day of the year. The Grand Jubilee features New South Quartet, female vocalist Jackie Brown, emcee Mike Patrick, comedian Jamie Haage, and the incredible Grand Band. The show has received numerous awards throughout the years and guests will understand why when they see the line-up of talent that this show features.
New South Quartet performs crowd favorites such as “Southbound Train,” “YMCA,” and “Bobbie Sue.” They are also no stranger to gospel music and perform an incredible rendition of “How Great Thou Art.” Jackie Brown sings timeless classics such as “I Will Always Love You” and “When I Think About Angels.”
Mike Patrick keeps the show running smoothly and makes sure to keep comedian Jim Dandy in line. Mike also showcases his vocal and keyboard talent during his performance of “Great Balls of Fire” by Jerry Lee Lewis. Comedian Jim Dandy (Jamie Haage) keeps the audience laughing the entire time with his hysterical comedy routines. In addition to comedy, Jamie Haage is featured as a talented instrumentalist and vocalist in the show. The Grand Band is one of the most awarded bands in Branson. Each member of the band is very talented and each get the chance to showcase their individual talents throughout the show!
This show has definitely become a favorite to many guests who visit Branson and many find themselves coming back because of the amazing quality of this show.