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The “Outpost Opry Variety Show” is a family fun-filled night of entertainment for all ages. Your Host Joey Garland along with the “MAJOR DOGS” house band includes Hall of Fame musicians. The “Outpost Opry Variety Show” is a Branson-style show somewhat like the famous Grand Ole Opry with a pinch of Hee Haw on top. You will find the cousin of Mayberry’s famous rock thrower Ernest T. Bass, comedian William H. Bass making you laugh. You will find something for everyone. It’s not just Country Music it’s Gospel, Oldies, show tunes, and sometimes Southern Rock.

The Outpost Opry Variety show is a show like no other. It is always family-friendly and with the highest quality of entertainment. The Producer and your host award-winning songwriter Joey Garland have hand-picked the cast to ensure the highest quality of entertainment. The cast consists of Award-winning vocalist Raquel Rae, Nashville Recording Artist Mackenzie Milsap, nationally claimed vocalist Jeanne Arnold, Singer Songwriter and Actress Kriston Markiton and last but not least, the great Michael Twitty, Conway’s #1 son with his “Memories of Conway” segment.

Raquel Raea

Raquel is one of the most sought-after vocal teachers. She has recorded with Curb Records and has worked on the stage with Leann Womack and other artists.

Jeanne Hatmaker

Jeanne is a powerhouse whose vocals appeared in the movie Sweet Home Alabama. When Jeanne is not traveling with the Outpost Opry she is teaching Choreography.

Kriston Markiton

Kriston is a versatile Singer Songwriter and Actress who stared in Broadway productions. Her latest record was produced by one half of Sugarland’s Chrstian Bush

Micheal Twitty

Michael Twitty!!

Add Conway Twitty’s #1 Son to the Outpost Opry cast for a small additional fee. The memories of Conway will shine through in Micheal’s performance.

Conway Twitty

On June 5th 1993 The world lost the best friend a song has ever had. The Outpost Variety Show features memories of Conway as we remember the legendary artist on this 30th year of his passing.