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Biography

Andy

&

Brenda

Andy is originally from Independence, MO and worked as a full-time entertainer there for many years. He also owned Andy’s Music Store in Kansas City. Being a seasoned entertainer and entrepreneur led him to opening shows for Kathy Mattea, K.D. Lang and Keith Whitley. He eventually moved to Nashville where he focused on touring and recording. This led to a guest appearance on the Hee Haw television show. In 1990 he came to Branson and started The Frontier Show at The 76 Music Hall. Andy was the original pioneer of what has now become Hot Winter Fun promoting year round entertainment in Branson. Not only is he an accomplished musician; he was the entertainment director at Guitars & Cadillacs in Branson. Andy booked Merle Haggard, Junior Brown, Kenny Chesney, Chely Wright, David Allen Coe, Delbert McClinton, Firefall, and many others. When Andy is not busy entertaining he does Vintage Guitar Shows Brenda grew up on a farm and ranch outside of Dickinson, North Dakota. The badlands setting and a musical family background were the perfect combination to inspire true country music. She started singing at an early age which led to many talent competitions and second runner-up in the Miss Dickinson Pageant in 1979. Brenda toured with many bands and eventually started her own band “Quarter Moon”. The road was a great “training camp” in her career. In 1989 she moved to Branson. She sang in numerous Branson shows and venues including The Vance Greek Show, The Eddie Cash Show, The Buck Trent Show, Warren Stokes Country Review (Eureka Springs, AR), and The Brumley Music Show. Her highlight was getting to work with Charley Pride as a feature and back-up singer for 10 years at The Charley Pride Theater and The Grand Palace in Branson. Brenda also had the opportunity to tour in England, Ireland and Scotland with Charley. She sang with him on several cruise ships working alongside Tim McGraw, Shenendoah, John Anderson and Alison Krauss & Union Station. Brenda also performed with Charley and the Ft. Worth Symphony.

Together Andy and Brenda have entertained alongside each other for 15 years and worked together on Memories In The Morning Show and with The Larry Musgrave Show. They’ve opened for such acts as Alabama and Wayne Newton for The National Home Builders Conventions in Dallas, TX and Atlanta, GA. In the past Brenda performed in the Chuck Wagon Gang and as one of The Branson Divas.