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The Mansion Theatre
189 Expressway Lane
Once called "the premier voice of the 20th century" by the London Times, the multiple Grammy nominee with the
ultra-smooth three and one half octave range and natural charisma has sold over 150 million records worldwide,
including 64 gold and 24 platinum albums. It was 40 years ago that he first hit the charts with his smash hit
"Release Me (And Let Me Love Again)." The song went to #1 in eleven countries and it was so big in the United
Kingdom that it managed to prevent The Beatles' two-sided hit "Penny Lane/Strawberry Fields Forever" from reaching
the top of the charts.
This handsome singer extraordinaire, whose music is instantly recognizable, has withstood the
test of time with his sensitive interpretation of lyrics. He has never limited himself to just one genre having
recorded everything from movie themes to disco, rock and even gospel. He is also extremely proud of the fact that
he has been able to use his fame to help raise funds for numerous charitable causes, including the Leukemia Research
Fund, the American Lung Association, "Reach Out," an organization dedicated to AIDS education and serving the needs
of HIV infected children and their families, the International Red Cross, and the campaign to prevent child abuse and
Engelbert's music has transcended time. He continues to perform for sold out audiences and his millions of
fans all over the world. With each day, he continues to do new things creatively to make sure those fans keep coming
back for more. Engelbert Humperdinck is a true icon.
Don't miss this once in a lifetime chance to see Engelbert
Humperdinck in Branson, MO!