Dynasty Entertainment presents
Special Guest Mandy Barnett
Tickets: $39 – $109
Best Western Hotel – Marion
The Marion Star
O’Charley’s Restaurant & Bar
Country legend and Urban Cowboy Johnny Lee, known for his dynamic stage presence and countless hits including, “Country Party”, “Hey Bartender,” “One In A Million,” “Pickin’ Up Strangers,” “Prisoner Of Hope,” “Bet Your Heart On Me,” “Cherokee Fiddle,” “Could’ve Heard A Heart Break,” and his No. 1 crossover hit “Lookin’ For Love,’‘ is announcing his ‘Hey Bartender, Last Call: The Farewell Tour.’ Throughout his career, Lee has achieved 26 Top 20 singles and became an integral part of the ‘Urban Cowboy’ movement that took the world by storm in the early 80s. Along with the announcement for the ‘Hey Bartender, Last Call: The Farewell Tour,’ Johnny Lee is also celebrating the 40th anniversary of his 1983 Top 10 hit “Sounds Like Love,” which was written by Tommy Rocco and Charlie Black.
Country legend and Urban Cowboy Johnny Lee is embarking on his final tour this week. Lee is heading out on the Hey Bartender, Last Call: The Farewell Tour with dates lined up through the end of the year, including residency dates at the Mickey Gilley Grand Shanghai Theatre in Branson in April, May, September, October and December.
Lee is known for his dynamic stage presence and countless hits including, “Hey Bartender,” “One In A Million,” “Pickin’ Up Strangers,” “Prisoner Of Hope,” “Bet Your Heart On Me,” “Cherokee Fiddle,” “Could’ve Heard A Heart Break,” and his No. 1 crossover hit “Lookin’ For Love.”
Called the “Nashville Sound Chanteuse” (Music Row) and “the Judy Garland of our time” (American Songwriter), Grand Ole Opry member Mandy Barnett has built a reputation for her commanding voice and unwavering devotion to classic country and popular standards. Mandy has enchanted listeners around the globe with her world-class vocals and musical chameleon qualities. A Tennessee Music Pathways historical marker in Mandy’s Tennessee hometown honors her contributions in making Tennessee the “Soundtrack of America.” Of this singer’s singer, songwriter’s dream, and audience favorite, renowned songwriter/artist Jimmy Webb states simply, “Mandy Barnett has a voice for the ages.”
Mandy’s “Sweet Dreams” album, released in 2011 on the Opry Music label and Warner Bros. digital, features Mandy’s renditions of songs previously recorded by Patsy Cline. Along with Cline hits like “Crazy,” “I Fall To Pieces,” “Faded Love,” and the album title track, Mandy offers stunning versions of Irving Berlin’s pop standard “Always” and the Mel Tillis-penned “Strange.