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"Their Christmas Show brought great joy
to everyone"

"The show was spectacular and a
great contribution to
the community. "

Clacasieu Council
on Aging.



The Yearys Music
 

Songs of Tribute

You're the one that I want
Pure Love
Let me be there

Walkin’ after midnight
North to Alaska
Big John
16 Tons


Stand by your man
Stand by your woman

Last Date

Welcome to my World
Make the world go away
I can’t stop loving you
Crazy
Piano Boogie
Ghost Riders
Sentimental Journey
At last
Wipe out
You’re too good to be true
Rocky Top
Orange Blossom Special
Grand pa
Louisiana Woman Mississippi Man





The Yeary's Music Show
“The Sweethearts of Branson”


This “Award Winning” Powerful Show will bring your audiences to their feet, with love, laughter, harmonies, production, dance and incredible vocals. They continue to have sale out audiences everywhere they go from Florida to Louisiana, to Minnesota. Everywhere this show appears, people cannot stop talking about wanting to bring them back. This trip down memory lane will not only entertain you but will forever be in your heart as one of the best shows you have ever seen.

See why Branson has proclaimed them “The Sweethearts of Branson”.


Denny Yeary is an 18 year Branson veteran who spent 27 years singing bass with the Blackwood Quartet. He also performed with the Foggy River Boys and was a member of the Christy Lane Show. You may have heard his commanding bass voice on venues like the Moe Bandy or Doug Gabriel Show…or you might have helped him impersonate Willie Nelson at The Dutton Family Theater.

Shelia Renee is a southern girl through and through, and is as charming and classy as she is pretty. From Patsy Cline to Celine Dion, you will love her renditions of country classics and today’s most powerful hits. Her voice and beauty are destined to be remembered for years. Denny & Shelia have had a theater show in Branson for the last 6 yrs. and have won numerous awards for their great production and incredible vocals.

The Yeary’s are joined on stage by their son Brandon, as drummer. You will be astounded by the expertise of his music ability. He also plays guitar, bass guitar, and is lead engineer for Caravel Studios in Branson, MO. The Yeary’s daughter Mckayla is an exciting part of the show, by adding her championship clogging skills and her touching rendition of “Grandpa’.

Last but not least is the incredible Everett Reece, who has been in the Music industry for over 40 years. Being one of the original piano players for The Oakridge Boys, Everett has worked with many greats like, The Blackwood Brothers, Myron Florin of the Lawrence Welk Show, Joe Feeny, and the great Jerry Reed.

A Tribute to Jim Reeves & Pasty Cline



Jim Reeves & Patsy Cline’s music has been enjoyed by millions of people over the last four decades and their music is even more popular today. Denny & Shelia will take you back in time to relive an era that will never be forgotten. With the use of video, slides, costumes, music and lights, this production will make you feel like you have stepped back in time and know Patsy & Jim personally.




The Yearys Music Show is quickly
  becoming one the nations most talked about shows in years.

 People leave this show feeling like they are on top of the world.

A real good, feel good, trip down memory lane by some of Branson’s most powerful entertainers.


From Fairs, to Festivals, to Rallies, this full production is moving & professional!





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"They have a lot of repeat audiences."

"One Couple has seen The Yearlys  Brandson
Show 27 times. "

Reported by Cliff Seiberin, Marquee American Press


  Jim Reeves
                  & Pasty Cline
 
Songs of
Tribute

Sweet Dreams
Walkin’ after Midnight

Crazy
I Fall to Pieces
Faded Love
San Antonio Rose
Blue Moon of Kentucky
She’s Got You
Leaving on Your Mind
Back in Baby’s Arms
Blue Boy
Bimbo
Four Walls
He’ll have to go
Am I losing You
Missing You
Blue side of Lonesome
Is it Really Over
This is it
Have you ever been Lonely
Life’s Railway to Heaven