On our first morning in Branson, our tour group had breakfast at Golden Coral.
While eating breakfast at the Golden Coral, we were entertained by Barbara Fairchild and her husband. I have learned that it is very difficult to take a good picture of entertainers on stage due to stage lighting. Everything turns white.
Also, we attended the Dolly Partain Dixie Stampede Dinner theater. The show was great - Dinner was a whole Rotisserie chicken, baked potato, corn on the cob, slice of barbecue, soup, biscuit, and a chocolate cookie. I had lemonade too. The gave us a doggie bag and I took home enough chicken that Tippy and I ate off it for the next day.
On the evening of day two, we went to the Shoji Tabuchi Theater. Shoji is a Japanese violinist.
The theater was very elaborate. I took this picture in the men's restroom of the lavatories. In the rest room is also a pool table.
This is not a good picture but is the best I can do with stage lighting. This is Shoji Tabuchi. He played classical, jazz, modern, swing and a little country - Very enjoyable evening.
Tomorrow, we have reserved seating for the Buck Trent Show in the morning and in the afternoon, we will have a dinner cruise on the showboat Branson Belle and in the evening we will attend the Six Show at the Mickey Gilley Theater.
Ron, Tippy and Treky