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May 17, 2013

Granbury LIVE band and cast reunion Saturday at Texas Opry

For all the residents of Weatherford and Parker County, Granbury and Hood County, and all other cities and counties surrounding the city of Granbury and beyond who attended the Granbury LIVE Theater that was located on the square in Granbury for nearly 10 years.

The fabulous Granbury LIVE Band and all of the performers are coming to The Texas Opry Theater in Weatherford this Saturday, May 18, for a big reunion show.

Aptly titled “50's & 60's Class Reunion Concert,” the show will begin at 7:30 p.m. and feature all of your favorites – Roger, Christian, Josh, Sean, Zac, Mike, Alecia, Kim and Joe Tom.

Come prepared to laugh out loud as the incredible musical versatility of the Granbury Live Made In Texas Showtime Band takes you through a fun-filled musical journey from the golden age of Rock and Roll where all roads lead back to Elvis, Chuck Berry, Buddy Holly and all of your other favorite stars with mega jukebox hits.

The journey will then take you to the sounds of Nashville with artist such as Patsy Cline, Hank Williams and our AMAZING Blue Eyed Fiddler Mike Echols. Sean, Roger, Christian, Josh, Joe Tom, Alecia, Kim and Zac will all be here to wow you with their enormous talents.

You will then be taken to the sounds of the '60s, but don't worry – we will leave out the scary stuff. Where were you when you first heard "Unchained Melody?” Were you in your groove when Tiny Tim sang to his bride on Johnny Carson? How about when a small band from Liverpool, England, invaded? Which of the Fab Four was your favorite? Did you get wiped out with a tidal wave of beach music from the Ventures and the Beach Boys?

All of this mixed in with original comedy skits and good clean family fun that can only come from Granbury Live Made In Texas Showtime Band.

Put a nickel in the jukebox and let this Granbury Live Band & Cast Reunion Concert take you back to your teenage years on May 18 at 7:30 p.m.

Reserved seat tickets available by cash, check or credit card at The Texas Opry Theater, 315 York Ave., Weatherford, TX 76086 by calling 817-341-1000 or on-line at www.texasoprytheater.com with credit card only. Tickets are only $20 and $25 each plus reasonable Vendini service charges.

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