We had asked around to find out what should be our second of two shows we should see during this visit.  Nearly everyone answered — SIX.  Some even went as far as saying that once you see SIX, you’ll be spoiled for every other show in the area.  It turns out that they were right.The theater offered a 6:30 PM dinner prior to the 8:00 PM show.   We opted for the dinner that was served at tables in the balcony of the theater.  We remained in those seats through the show.  It turned out to be a good decision because the regular seats below looked like they could have come from a junior high school auditorium.  They were small and close together.  Once again, our position will explain the quality, or lack thereof, of the photos.

SIX is a group of brothers that perform “music” without the aid of a band, orchestra, or any instruments of any kind.  That is, except for the instruments  that are their voices.  They can make instrument sounds with their mouths.  Oh yes, each one of them is a fantastic singer.


The SIX brothers performed music attributed to dozens of artists.  If you weren’t looking at them, you’d swear that the original artists were on stage.   We had a few favorites, the performance of several Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons offerings.


Another favorite were The Beach Boys.


During intermission various articles were available for sale, for example, CD’s, and T-shirts.  The group came out to autograph the items and programs for the fans.


Then back to the show.


I couldn’t resist snapping a shot of my beautiful date.


The brothers finished with a fabulous rendition of Lee Greenwood’s “Proud to be an American”.  Their performance was astounding.  You soon forgot that there was no backup band.

When in the Branson area, don’t miss the opportunity to take in the SIX show.

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