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Country Crossovers: Tribute to Kenny & Dolly

Two of the all-time biggest names in the entertainment industry - Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton - forged their early success in the COUNTRY music arena.  However, through television and movie appearances, they became so popular that their appeal easily transcended the country genre and made them "pop" stars and international superstars.  Separately and later, together as duet partners, these two entertainers sang their way into the hearts of millions of adoring fans worldwide....charting dozens of all-time, classic hits along the way.

Kenny Rogers struck country gold with "Ruby Don't Take Your Love to Town" early in his career...then, nearly a decade later, took the world by storm with hits like "Lucille" and "The Gambler" to name but two solid gold, million-sellers.  Dolly Parton scored career-defining hits with "Jolene" and her signature song "Coat of Many Colors" as she forged a solid solo career in the early 1970s. Later, they teamed up for the blockbuster smash "Islands In the Stream" and "Real Love" and recorded Christmas albums and top-rated television specials together, as well.

Join the The Rhythm Machine (Ross Raedeke, bass, Tony Garcia, drums, Mark Paden, rhythm guitar; Jacob Nalle, electric guitar and Johannes Bjerregaard, keys) - along with talented vocalists Amber Pennington, Jeff Bailey, Hannah Jackson, Sonny Flores and Karleigh Porterfield - for an ALL NEW Cactus production paying tribute to these two music icons, Friday, October 14 at 7:30 p.m.

Reserved floor seats $20; standard balcony seats $15.  Tickets on sale now!