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BRANSON NEWS: Concert goers to Hemet’s Ramona Bowl were introduced to Branson on the Road and a little bit of the Grand Ole Opry under starry skies and a warm night Thursday, July 12.It was country music all the way as the touring Branson on the Road trio entertained almost 1,000 Hemet San Jacinto residents and out of town visitors to the special Thursday night music event presented in the Ramona Bowl Amphitheater, home of the world-famous Ramona Play.There were selections from the best of country music and Bluegrass stars then and now by Debbie Horton, a recent guest on the Grand Ole Opry, Brian Capps who slapped his bass with a great backbeat and multi-instrument playing Cliff Boone.Just like at the Grand Ole Opry and the Branson, Missouri, shows Branson on the Road shared many old-time corny jokes that still make everyone laugh along with a little bit of fond memories of past country music that turned America’s ears to heartache and joy found in much of America’s country life.The music from such great classic country stars like Johnny Cash and Roy Acuff event sent a few visitors down from their seats to the front of the stage to do a bit of two-step and line dancing. Debbie Horton, lead singer and guitarist in the group, dedicated the Thursday night show to her late husband and fiddle player Donnie Wright who founded Branson on the Road. He died about a year ago. Now. Branson on the Road says Debbie has become what Branson’s ambassadors to America. Branson on the Road has been performing over 20 years at top theaters in Branson on the famous 76 Country Music Boulevard (The Strip) and is the first national touring show named for the famous city. The group brings the traditions of good, clean, family …
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