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Check Out Even More Fun Happening At The OC Jamboree In 2011 With These Limited Engagements!

Irv Brumbley’s Gaither Style Gathering

Old Time Gospel Sing And Good Clean Fun!

Y'all Come!!




Saturday, October 22nd, 2011 at 2 pm

Come join us on these very special days as we relive those fun and inspirational ‘old time church sings’.  In the tradition of Bill and Gloria Gaither’s popular concerts, gospel recording artist Irv Brumbley will bring together a live band and over 40 singers on the stage of The OC Jamboree to laugh, praise and inspire you with so many of your all time favorite gospel and songs and hymns from days gone by.  Come sing along, tap along, clap along and lift your voice to the heavens with this fantastic gathering of extremely talented singers and musicians.        $15

The Island Boys - In Concert

Southern Gospel At It's Finest

Saturday, August 27th,  2011 at 2 pm

The Island Boys are simply one of the best Southern Gospel Duo's on the Eastern Shore of Maryland.  Known for their love of God,  love of people and strong vocals, they have been called by many the "Bill Gaither and Mark Lowry" of the Delmarva Peninsula.  Danny Travers hails from Deal Island, Maryland while Ernie Evans called Smith Island, Maryland home.  Together, these boys from the "Islands" have been singing and praising together for 5 years.  The Island Boys have produced a total of 4 Gospel CD's to date. Enjoyed by young and old alike for their good clean fun and moving vocals,  this act will have you laughing, crying and praising all at the same time!  Book your seats today and get ready to find out why these boys are loved so much by all.   $25

That's The Way It Was

Elvis Tribute Featuring Rick Alviti

Saturday, October 1st  2011 at 2 pm and 7 pm

Rick Alviti's "That's The Way It Was" tribute to Elvis is truly a show like no other!  His Elvis tribute is high energy and full of audience interaction.  Rick has performed all over the country and in many parts of the world...from the Wynn Resort in Las Vegas and Turning Stone Casino in New York, to state fairs, corporate events and private parties.  Rick has even performed in Malaysia for the Prime Minister.  Rick perfected his skills as a live performer at his own venue named Celebrity Theater in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.  His stage show complete with live band and back up singers brings the passion, excitement and professionalism gained from his years as an actor/entertainer while living in Las Angeles.  "That's The Way It Was" is truly the closest thing to a live Elvis performance you will ever see or hear.  Book your seats today to spend an intimate afternoon or evening with The King.  $30

Tribute To The Grand Old Opry

"The Way It Used To Be"!

Saturday, October 15th, 2011 at 2 pm

Remember the good old days when Roy Acuff and Bashful Brother Oswald with his dobro would walk out on the Opry stage and bring everything to life with "The Great Speckled Bird"?  What about Patsy Cline "Walking After Midnight" and Dolly doing "Jolene"?  Or Jerry Clower telling about Marcel Ledbetter?

And don't forget the bluegrass legends like Bill Monroe, Lester and Earl, or Jim and Jesse?  Come and join The Drifting Sands Band from The Outerbanks of North Carolina as they bring back the past right before your eyes.  Leading on vocals, Miss AnLouise Bennett not only sings just like Dolly, Patsy, Rhonda Vincent, and The Dixie Chicks....but she can dress and look like them too!  The group's steel and dobro player was Dierks Bentley's first steel player.  He has also played with country legends Billy Walker, Jean Shepard, and Ray Price.  Ronnie Wyatt, the group's comedian will keep you rolling with laughter from Jerry Clower, Baby Bubba, Rev. Earnest Lee Sincere....and who knows what else.  So what are you waiting for?  Book your tickets today to The Grand Old Opry....The Way It Used To Be!    $25

The Johnny Counterfit Show

Nashville Comedian/Impressionist - Good, CLEAN Comedy

Thursday, March 22nd, 2012 at 2 pm and 7 pm

What would happen if you had a party, and everyone that's someone came?!  That's exactly what will happen when Nashville Comedian and Impressionist Johnny Counterfit lands at The OC Jamboree.  Where else could you have Johnny Cash, Vince Gill, Willie Nelson, Julio Iglesias, Garth Brooks, Buck Owens, Dwight Yoakam, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton, John Wayne, Jimmy Stewart, George Burns, Archie & Edith Bunker, Hank Williams, John Anderson, Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra and scores of others in a laugh-packed musical comedy show.  Combine Johnny's talents as one of the nation's premiere comedy impressionists, with plenty of toe-tapping music, and you'll have an entertainment experience that will be long remembered as one of your funniest and memorable show experiences.  Johnny's appearances include The White House, ABC, CBS, TBS, Fox Family, RFD Television Network, Disney Channel and The Grand Ole Opry.    $25

Walking The Line

'The' Johnny Cash Tribute .

Saturday, May 19th, 2012 at 2 pm and 7 pm

Walking the Line is the most authentic sounding and looking performance of the music of Johnny Cash. Playing the most loved hits and some rare gems of Johnny Cash while recreating the look, feel and flow of Johnny Cash concerts. Walking the Line takes you on a musical journey that has become the Johnny Cash Legacy by performing material from every decade of Cash's legendary career. Walking the line is not just a band, it is a performance on par with a broadway production. Essentially it is a show! Vintage costumes, period accurate guitars, drums, basses and even microphones. The performers stay in character and act and speak exactly like those they are impersonating. It is the complete package and recreation of the golden years of the Johnny Cash show.
Playing the part of Johnny Cash is Tom Cavanagh, who is best known for his career as a guitarist and songwriter and has credits that include Lita Ford, The Backseat Devils, Almost Queen and Broadway's Rock of Ages to name a few. Cavanagh's voice, look and actions don't just replicate Johnny Cash, it is Johnny Cash. The seven piece band comes complete with three Carter Sisters providing the harmonies and three of Long Island's most gifted musicians on guitar, drums and bass. If you love the music of Johnny Cash but never got to see him live, this is as close as a fan can get. And if you were lucky enough to see Cash live, you'll appreciate Walking the Line all the more when you see and hear this most accurate recreation.

Branson On The Road

Direct From Branson, MO

Friday, June 29th, 2012 at 2 and 7 pm

What do you get when you bring together a fiddle, mandolin, banjo, guitar, upright slap bass, rhinestone costumes, hilarious comedy and great classic country, bluegrass, rockabilly and gospel music in Ocean City?....Branson On The Road!  Branson On The Road has over 20 years of experience performing at the top theatres in Branson on the famous 76 Country Music Boulevard (known as "The Strip"), and is the first national touring show named for the famous city.  This show delivers the Branson traditions of good, clean, family fun wherever they go...and they go all over the world!  The shows' host, Debbie Horton, holds the distinction of being the only woman to have played lead guitar for the great Johnny Cash.  She hosted her own show at the old Boxcar Willie Theater in Branson and has performed on the famous Louisiana Hayride and Ernest Tubb Midnight Jamboree in Nashville.  Branson On The Road is a regular featured act on the national television show, "Midwest Country" on the RFD Television Network seen in over 100 million homes across the country.   $25