Entertainment as it should be at the beautifully renovated historic theater in downtown Greenville, TX! Get ready to be spoiled! Come enjoy an intimate show with close free parking, full 4 course dinner, luxurious seating, table service, and all gratuities included!
A unique, one of a kind evening with some of your favorite stars from Hee Haw. Enjoy dinner, great music, and stories in an interactive environment where you get to participate with questions during the show and meet with them afterward.
Jana Jae, known as the First Lady of Country Fiddle recently joined Roy Clark on a 3-day Christmas tour. Jana and Roy were a perfect combination playing and singing some great hits from “Yesterday” to “The Orange Blossom Special”. They brought back many Hee Haw memories culminating in a legendary show for the whole family.
Jana Jae was introduced to the classic study of the violin, on a 1/8 sized instrument, at the age of two. But she credits her love of country music to the direction and inspiration of her grandfather who was an accomplished and champion fiddler in his own right. She continued her training and graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in music and studied abroad at the Vienna Academy of Music.
She taught music for several years until she got her big break at a Buck Owens concert when she was invited on stage to play the "Orange Blossom Special." Buck was so impressed he offered her a job as the first female member of his "Buckaroos" band. She later became part of the regular team of performers on the "Hee Haw" show where viewers tuned in each week to see her perform with her trademark blue fiddle. She now tours with her own band or with package shows.
Jana Jae would be a perfect choice for your next entertainment series, party, fair or festival. She has built a solid career with her one-of-a-kind style of music including, country, western swing, bluegrass, pop and the classics, producing thrilling performances and critical acclaim. Her special talents have enriched the world of music. You can find additional information on her web site www.janajae.com, you will quickly see that Jana Jae will fit into any venue for which you need entertainment.
Some of her great memories include the year she spent on Happy Days as Wendy, the car hop, when Ron Howard made his directing debut; auditioning for Mel Brooks and winning the role of Maid Marion, on the series, When Things Were Rotten, where she would play opposite Sid Caesar one week, and Dudley Moore the next.
Another of her favorite memories was starring opposite Joe Namath in L'il Abner on a Nationwide tour. The shorts she wore as Daisy Mae in that production, she also wore on a poster that would sell over one million copies.
The hit of the Cannes Film Festival for three different years, and on the cover of numerous European magazines, she would meet Robin Leach, who guest starred twelve years later on Hee Haw, and sent her to Quebec to stay in a castle on Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous. Oh yes, by the way, she was a regular on Hee Haw for nineteen years.
When Buck Trent says, “Oh, Yeah”, and gives his famous thumbs up signal, get set for a world-class performance by an internationally renowned county music artist. Buck Trent delights audiences with his spectacular banjo pickin’ and hilarious country humor. A short biography of Buck Trent’s extensive career follows.
Buck’s versatility on the banjo was made famous on such albums as “Sounds of Now & Beyond”, “Bionic Banjo”, “OH Yeah!”, “Pair of Fives”, “Banjo Bandits”, “Buck Trent” and more. Recording, and playing lead guitar and his electric banjo, on such singles as “Jolene” and “I’ll Always Love You” with Dolly Parton, Buck has received numerous awards. Buck composed many of the instrumentals for his award winning albums.
Over his long history, Buck has received many awards and nominations. He has twice been named the Country Music Association Instrumentalist of the Year (1975, 1976) and he has twice been the #1 Instrumentalist of the Year for the Music City Awards. Included in his nominations are the 1976 #1 Instrumentalist of the Year for Record World, 1972 through 1981 #1 Instrumentalist for the Music City News Awards and in 1979-1981 Instrumental Group of the Year (with Wendy Holcomb in the Bluegrass category) for the Music City News Awards. He was inducted into the Spartanburg Music Trail Hall of Fame. In Branson he was named Entertainer of the Year in 2014 and his show features many other award-winning cast members.
A variety of national and syndicated television appearances have brought Buck the title of entertainer as well as master musician. Starring in various TV shows since 1959, his appearances on other shows like the “Mike Douglas Show”, “Tonight Show”, “Nashville On The Road”, “Tommy Hunter Show”, “Dinah!”, “Command Performance”, “Music City Tonight”, “Nashville Now” and more have made Buck’s talents and humor familiar to millions of visitors. In 1962, Buck joined the “Porter Wagoner Television Show” and appeared over 11 years with such notable country legends as Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn, George Jones, Marty Robbins and more. In 1973 Buck joined the “Roy Clark Show” and was a regular featured performer on the popular country TV show “Hee Haw”. In recent years his appearances have included the Grand Ole Opry with Porter Wagoner, the Marty Stuart Show, Larry’s Country Diner, Branson USA, Hee Haw Homecoming, and more.
Throughout his career, Buck has performed all over the United States and around the world. He began performing in Branson in 1981 and fell in love with the town. As a result, he moved to Branson in 1990 and was the first national star to open a morning show. Buck has always loved performing in front of an audience. Visitors say Buck starts their day out right, with a high-energy, eye-opening, family-fun, country music variety show. Buck visits with guests and signs autographs during intermission and after every show.
Born and raised in Spartanburg, South Carolina, Buck started performing on WORD Radio at the age of 10. He traveled to California and Texas, finally arriving in Nashville in 1959 where he joined the Bill Carlisle Show and first appeared on the Grand Ole Opry. He was a regular on “The Porter Wagoner Show”, “Roy Clark Show”, and “Hee Haw”. Buck invented the electric Banjo and also plays the 5-string Banjo, Dobro, Steel Guitar, Mandolin, Electric Bass and Guitar. Buck is well known for his incredible performances on a variety of instruments and for singing songs, telling country tales and creating a warm rapport with his audiences.
Doors Open: 6:30 PM