Top 10 Rock & Roll Review 2009

Ok everyone, Pop Quiz.  What show in Branson has Wailing Sax, Motown Sound of the Supremes, and songs made famous by Eric Clapton.  You guessed it, (or the title gave it away), The Top 10 Rock & Roll Review.  This show features music from the 50's, 60's and 70's, performed by Marvelous Marvin Short on sax, Daryl Croy on piano, Steve Ragsdale on electric guitar, Randy Hall on bass, with female vocalists Dana Currier and Jessie Morales.

 The show opens with "I Like That Old Time Rock & Roll", "Roll Over Beethoven", The Peter Gunn Theme, "Tequila", and "Heard It Through The Grape Vine".  Steve sings the Peter Frampton hit, "Show Me The Way" before the group sings, "Joy To The World".  As you can tell, the songs are all classics of their time.  The hits continue with "Da Doo Ron Ron", "What A Wonderful World", "Cupid", and "Another Saturday Night".  The girls take the stage dressed like the Supremes for the Motown section of the show singing, "You Keep Me Hanging On", "You Can't Hurry Love", and "Ain't No Mountain High Enough".  While setting up the stage for the next selection, the cast came out front of the curtain and treated us to some Do Wop singing, "I Go To Pieces" and "Little Bitty Pretty One".

My personal favorite part of the show was when Daryl performed 4 Jerry Lee Lewis songs, "Whole Lotta Shakin Goin On", "Breathless", "High School Confidential", and "Great Balls Of Fire".  Daryl put so much energy into his performance, he got a standing ovation from the audience.  Other highlights to make special note of are Steve's presentation of the Eric Clapton hit, "If I Saw You In Heaven", Jessie singing "The One That You Love", Dana's performance of Fleetwood Mac's hit "Don't Stop", and Marvin's wailin sax during "When A Man Loves A Woman".

This show is filled with three decades of hits and six very talented people.  To make sure you get to go to this wonderful show, call 417-239-4274 or visit  Follow this link to see their 2009 show schedule.

Pay just $25.00 an Adult, That's $3.00 off the Box Office rate.


2009 reviews               Home                2008 reviews