The Haygoods 2009

Went to the Haygoods show the other night in their new theater - the Americana.  Last year the Haygoods were going to leave Branson but due to popular demand, they just moved to a new venue.  Now they have lots more room on stage and have built a new set of risers to showcase their singing, instrumental, and acrobatic talents.  They also brought the other two shows from the Music City theater - Red, Hot & Blue and Tony Roi, but those will be different reviews.

The Haygoods show begins with the whole family singing "Oh What A Night", "Your Love Keeps Lifting Me", and "Rockin Down The Highway".  You can tell that the brothers and sister enjoy performing with each other.  The show continues with "Chicken Fried", "Boondocks", and the classic "Devil Went Down To Georgia".

The "Blues Brothers" took the stage, dropping in from the roof and from the side on a segway, singing "Shout".  The next part, I think, is the highlight of the show.  The Haygoods perform the Beatles song "Eleanor Rigby" as an instrumental using violins and harp.  They follow this with the "Bohemian Rhapsody", lots of Irish music including "What's Left Of The Flag", and some favorite classics, "Good Love", "Love The One Your With", "Twist & Shout", and "I'm A Believer".

The second half starts off strong with "Free Ride".  They then slow things down a bit with "Moon Shadow" and "Three Words - I Love You".  Next, the Haygoods bring out the clogging platforms and show off some fancy footwork.  To end the show we are treated to another violin classic, "Canon in D" and "Where The Stars And Stripes And Eagle Fly".  This is one show that never disappoints.  You may notice a camera man in the pictures.  He was there for a special video taping and will not be there during your show.

To make sure you get to go to this wonderful show, call 417-239-4274 or visit BransonQuicktix.com.  Follow this link to see their 2009 show schedule.

Pay just $28.00 an Adult, That's $4.80 off the Box Office rate.

 

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