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Lennon Sisters Bring Back the Sparkle


The long-awaited Andy Williams Ozark Mountain Christmas Show celebrates its 26th season in Branson from November 1-December 15 with a dazzling array of performers, and stars the legendary Lennon Sisters. The variety show, uninterrupted since the 60s, is hosted by Jimmy Osmond on select dates and offers holiday enchantments like the Moon River Orchestra; prancing reindeer; Andy’s favorite specialty act, Pasha and Aliona, who mix dance, acrobatics and the art of illusion; the Lennon Granddaughters; Britain’s Got Talent singing sensation Charlie Green and America’s Got Talent dynamic trio AYO starring Voices of Glory. This year’s newest feature is the Ice Angels, who combine the glory of figure skating with singers, actors, Christmas tunes and audience participation.

“I’m so excited to bring championship ice skating home to Branson,” said Jimmy, an original Osmond family member. He adds his own star power, performing a montage of country legends and Branson performers, including Loretta Lynn, Glen Campbell, Conway Twitty and others.

Ann Ray of Austin, Texas wraps up the goodwill feeling of this favorite Christmas show: “The music, the sets, the costume changes and the friendly banter made this such a fun evening, and then to be able to visit with the Lennon Sisters afterwards was icing on the cake!”

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24 Sep 2018


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