Branson style theater with family friendly atmosphere
Jazzin' Things Up!
March 15th & 16th “Some Like It Hot” Marilyn Monroe
March 22nd & 23rd “Laurel & Hardy Shorts”
March 29th & 30th “You‘ll Find Out” Kay Kyser
April 5th & 6th “Roberta” Fred Astaire
April 12th & 13th “Monkey Business” Cary Grant
April 19th & 20th “The Three Stooges Shorts”
"MUSIC & MOVIE"
INDOOR THEATRE NOW OPEN
Followed by FREE MOVIE
Female Artist of the Year
the Queen of Swing
Limited Seating - Call for Reservations
Snack Bar Open - Hotdogs, Popcorn, Candy,
Homemade Ice Cream,
Soda & Water
Doors Open 6:30pm
Show starts at 7:30pm
Tickets Availaable Online at:
"Jazzin’ Things UP!" is a new show in listing only because the music has always been apart of Kelli’s career and performances. However, the Swing Queen decided to dedicate a show completely to this iconic American music legacy as she showcases her recordings, recognition and acknowledgements from major music industry organizations, The concert / show chronicles "Jazz" southern birth and its decade of popularity with the fad of flappers and raccoon coats known as the "Roarin’ 20‘s", or the "Jazz Age". In a magnificent story line Kelli takes her audience on a trip cross country telling the wonderful history of Jazz from its inception in the cotton field of the south and from Vaudeville to Ol’ Blue Eye and the Rat Pack. She salutes the creators and performers; Armstrong, the Duke, the Count, the King of Jazz, the Jazz Singer, the King of Swing and a Las Vegas Icon known as the King of the Lounge Acts. You will hear how a Vaudeville brother team came up with the term, Jazz and of its original spelling (Jass). The Queen of Swing has been apart of the Pop/Jazz scene since her first CD but maybe not a full fledged member as her career has crossed many boundaries being recognized, charting and listed in publications around the world in multiple genres: Blues, Jazz, Rock-
Show features tunes from Kelli's CD’s: Swing ‘n Blues, Kelli Grant, Softer Side of Swing, Blues to Me! and Swing-
Kelli’s career began on Warner Bros. German label, Eagle Records with the release of her self-
The "Swing ‘n Blues" CD also gained a listing by the Grammy® reviewing board in consideration for "Best Jazz Album" and another of Kelli’s originals, "Loose Woman Blues" for consideration in "Best R&B Performance by Duo or Group with Vocals".
The CD showcased her band, "The Swing Kings" which was comprised mostly of "Former Texas Playboys". Kelli would laugh stating all we do is change hats, from Cowboy to Fedora. These guys can play any and all kinds music were apart of her show, "Swingin’ the Blues" based on the album title. We performed in casino’s and I was apart of the Texas Touring Roster appearing in performing arts theaters around the state with subsidized funding by the National Endowment for the Arts.
Kelli was inducted into the "World Who’s Who of Jazz Cabaret Singers" by the Federation of American Musicians, New York. NY and is listed among the top Jazz albums at, www.AllMusic.com with credit reference, Henri Woode. She was also awarded a Billboard Songwriters "Honorable Mention" for her R&B original, "The Way Love Use to Be".
The title cut, "Swing-
Tickets are available at the door or online at www.eventbrite.com or www.goldstar.com with all seats $20.00. Limited seating please make your reservations early.