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Reelin' in the Years Starring John Tweed - CLOSED

2905 West Highway 65, The New Americana Theatre, Branson, MO 65616
+1 417-339-0099
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Superb Entertainer......even nicer gentleman

We were so impressed with the musical and singing skills of this performer....but even more so by... read more

Reviewed 23 June 2015
pagmeister
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Saint Louis, Missouri
John Tweed

John Tweed lost the theater in which he was performing when the tornado tore through Branson. He... read more

Reviewed 17 October 2014
Steve M
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Don't miss Branson's Premiere 5:00 PM Show! Join John Tweed, his daughter Sarah & their rockin' band for a full multimedia production featuring the best music of the 70's and more! John's incredible 4 octave voice is legendary in Branson and around the world! You'll enjoy #1 hots by John Denver, Gordon Lightfoot, Simon & Garfunkel, Carly Simon, James Taylor, Chicago, The Doobie Brothers and even country favorites by Johnny Cash and George Jones! 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM. Perfect fit before dinner and an evening show!
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22 Jun 2015
“Superb Entertainer......even nicer gentleman”
16 Oct 2014
“John Tweed”
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2905 West Highway 65, The New Americana Theatre, Branson, MO 65616
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+1 417-339-0099
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Reviewed 23 June 2015

We were so impressed with the musical and singing skills of this performer....but even more so by what a kind, warm and gentle person he was. John interacted with many, many attendees as if he has known us for years. His show is smart and...More

2  Thank pagmeister
Reviewed 17 October 2014

John Tweed lost the theater in which he was performing when the tornado tore through Branson. He now does a FREE show at Westgate Branson Woods. This is a resort on Roark Road in Branson. He also performs at other places. His one man show...More

4  Thank Steve M
Reviewed 19 August 2014

New idea small setting and he now calls it up close and personal with John Treed, a really fine dinner comes first BBQ Chicken and spare ribs, beans, saland roll and hot fresh apple turnover, and coffe or ice tea, during you meal John comes...More

1  Thank karllauer
Reviewed 30 July 2014

If you have ever wanted a personal dinner show then go see John Tweed at Gilley's restaurant. You'll have a fine meal and John can sing just about anything that you can request. With a four octave range and masterful guitar picking, you're in for...More

1  Thank ppastor
Reviewed 18 June 2014

John is now performing a dinner show at Gilley's Café on Tuesday and Thursdays at 08:00. He can sing practically anything and is a very charming entertainer. The meal was quite nice as well. If going to Branson, try to work this great vocalist's presentation...More

1  Thank Donna W W
Reviewed 29 October 2013

All the songs are favorite songs and they are so awesome. John really is wonderful and daughter is also super. Also the band and drummer really are wonderful too. The drummer is the best in Branson. You won't forget their show, it is really a...More

Thank 756John
Reviewed 25 October 2013

Clearly there are many shows in Branson and after seeing what else is out there I have to rate this show average. The songs were well sung.The father and daughter were good but it lacked an ingredient to put it up with the other shows....More

Thank Fenix S
Reviewed 23 October 2013

Good show - very down to earth performers - John Tweed voice did justice to many of the songs - Daughter added a nice twist to the show - would recommend

Thank TexasPoppy
Reviewed 23 October 2013

John Tweed and his very talented daughter, Sarah, perform with a live band. They showcase the hits of the 70's. Every song they chose to sing was a favorite of ours. There is not a slow moment in the show. Their voices are outstanding!! Everyone...More

Thank chris60
Reviewed 11 October 2013

John Tweed is a great entertainer and his vocal range is fantastic. Six octaves, if I remember right. When we attended, the show was free to veterans. Loved every minute of it.

Thank Richard B