Live from Nashville: Country Legends
You’ll have a boot-scooting good time as Live from Nashville: Country Legends takes you on a 75-year tour of the best of country music, from its beginnings to its future legends. Direct from Music City, singers and dancers will entertain with fast-fingered fiddling, fancy footwork and fine vocals that bring to life the music of everyone form Patsy Cline and Hank Williams to George Jones, Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn, to Garth, Reba and Shania and the “youngsters:” Luke, Carrie and Blake.
Live from Nashville: Country Legends takes you on a chronological journey of the best of Nashville, with a fully-costumed and choreographed production that will keep your toes tapping, your adrenalin pumping and your memories coming fast and furiously. The show starts with a Welcome to Nashville, “Tennessee Saturday Night.” It moves through the Roots of Country, with songs like “Night Train to Memphis,” “Salty Dog,” and “Foggy Mountain Breakdown” and then comes to the Golden Age, with classics like “Your Cheatin’ Heart,” “Sweet Dreams,” and “Ring of Fire.”
Country Music Greats features songs you love, like “Hello Darlin,’” “Stand by Your Man,” and “Make the World Go Away,” and Country Goes National brings the songs the whole country listened to: “9 to 5,” “Rhinestone Cowboy” and “The Gambler.” County Music is King features “Boot Scoot Boogie,” “Friends in Low Places,” “The Dance/ I Hope You Dance” and “Meet in the Middle.” Cowboys Gonna Be Cowboys features “Who’s Your Daddy?” and “She Thinks My Tractor’s Sexy,” and Future Legends spotlights “Before he Cheats” and “The House That Built Me.” The show ends with a tribute to God and Country, “God Bless America” and “America, The Beautiful.”
The cast: Natasha Neely, Lisa Redding Saint, Adam Calvert and Jimmy Miller and the band have played to sold out audiences around the country. At the Westchester Broadway Theatre, audiences said that “The singers were so gifted, talented, personable and energetic, it was one of the best shows we’ve ever seen and we were sorry to see the show end!”
Two step over to The Lyric. You’ll have a country good time.