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Moe Bandy Show
The Jim Stafford Theatre
3440 W. Hwy 76
Country music legend Moe Bandy has come a long way
from his bull riding days in Texas. Not to mention his years as a sheet metal worker by day and playing the honky tonks
at night in and around his hometown of San Antonio. In the mid seventies when the
country pop of Kenny Rogers and
Denver, and the outlaw sound of Waylon and Willie was all the rage, along came the traditionalist Moe Bandy.
In 1972 Moe
met record producer Ray Baker on a hunting trip and convinced him to listen to some demo tapes he had made. Ray Baker and
Moe Bandy came to an agreement and out of that first session came Moe's first hit song
"I just started hatin' cheatin' songs
today". After GRC picked up the song and released it nationally it became a top 20 hit. Moe followed that up with
so easy to find an unhappy woman" and his first #1 hit "Bandy the rodeo clown". Moe's songs never strayed far from the
traditional honky tonk fare.
Moe's long string of hits include: "Americana", "Till I'm too old to die
young", "Hank Williams, you wrote my life", "It's a cheatin' situation", "Just
good ol' boys" and many more.
Moe continues to play to packed theatre here in Branson. He likes nothing more than to perform
for his countless fans. If you like honky tonk you will love Moe Bandy.
Experience honky tonk the way it is supposed to be in Branson with Moe Bandy.