Leroy New - A Tribute to Marty Robbins and Classic Country Stars in Branson, MO

Dutton Family Theater3454 76 Country BlvdBranson, MO 65616
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Marty Robbins is still relevant in pop culture today. The song "Big Iron" was featured on the video game Fallout and "El Paso" was used on the show Breaking Bad. He's a legend that has been rockin' the charts since the 1950s! Branson's most skilled guitarist, Leroy New, presents a tribute show that honors Robbins and other country stars of the era. Leroy is not an impersonator, just a talented guy who loves country.

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  • Free parking.
  • Family-friendly.
  • Cameras allowed.
  • The theater features a gift shop and concession area, and treats at Abby’s Tourist Trap next door.


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Leroy New - A Tribute to Marty Robbins and Classic Country Stars is an incredible Branson showcase for a superbly talented singer and guitar picker!

Fans of the late, great Marty Robbins are still loyal and big in numbers, and quite particular about how his iconic music is treated. There’s no disagreement here, Leroy’s magical vocals and phenomenal guitar pickin’ skills are second to none! Marty Robbins was a star when we were still calling the genre ‘country & western’ music; he racked up more than 40 Top Ten hits, with more than 15 landing at #1 on the country charts. And he was multi-talented; he mastered several instruments, appeared in movies, and was a serious Nascar competitor, racing alongside big names like Carl Yarbrough and Richard Petty. It takes an extremely talented artist to step into the shoes of a bigger-than-life character like Robbins, thankfully for Branson, Leroy New is more than up to the task!

In A Tribute to Marty Robbins, Leroy New performs hits like “El Paso,” “Devil Woman,” “Faleena,” “Don’t Worry,” and “Among My Souvenirs.” He also treats audiences to the music of other country greats that were contemporaries of Marty Robbins, including Bob Wills, Maybelle Carter, Johnny Cash, Hank Williams, and Chet Atkins.

For a fantastic mix of music that includes traditional country and western, gospel, bluegrass, a taste of Cajun, and the songs you love from one of biggest stars in the history of country music, make plans now to see the unforgettable Leroy New in A Tribute to Marty Robbins and Classic Country Stars!

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Frequently Asked Questions about Leroy New Tribute to Marty Robbins

Where is the theater located?
Leroy New - A Tribute to Marty Robbins and Classic Country Stars can be seen at the Dutton Family Theater. The theater is located at 3454 West Highway 76 (a.k.a. The Strip or Country Music Boulevard).

Is the show appropriate for children?
Yes, the show is family-friendly and children under the age of 12 get in free! 

Are wheelchair-accessible seats available? If so, is there a special booking process?
We do have wheelchair-accessible seats so that those in a wheelchair and those in their party will be able to enjoy the show together. There is no special booking process; we just ask that you let us know so we can accommodate your request.

How long is the show?
About 2 hours.

Do audiences need to know anything in particular about the seating arrangements?
(First come, first served, etc.) All seats are assigned at booking if you have special requests make sure to note them in your reservation.

Does the venue serve food/drinks/concessions?
Yes, we have popcorn, sodas, candy, and fudge.

Does the show use strobe lights of special effects that may be irritating to audiences? 
No, the lighting used is typical stage lighting and spotlights.

When should audiences arrive for the show? 
The doors to the theater seating will open approximately 30 minutes before showtime. 

Is there a pre-show audience should be aware of? 

Is there an intermission? If so, how long is it? 
Yes, it’s 15 minutes.

Is photography/videography permitted during the show?
Photography is welcome, but video or audio recording is not allowed.