About Larry's Country Diner
Fans of the popular RFD-TV series “Larry’s Country Diner” will be thrilled to see the return of Larry’s Country Diner LIVE at the Starlite Theatre in Branson, MO!
Based on his down-home variety program that draws over 1.6 million loyal viewers each month, the live stage show is careful to retain all of the country charm and wisdom of the televised version. Enjoy the entire cast from the hit series including Renae the waitress, The Sheriff, Keith Bilbrey, and everyone’s favorite gossipy busybody, the church-lady Nadine. If you are lucky, you can even eat right in the “diner” during the show!
Larry’s Country Diner also continues to provide an amazing array of guest artists for traditional country music fans. In fact, some of the biggest names from yesterday and today have dropped in at Larry’s, including Gene Watson, Bill Medley, The Texas Tenors, Rhonda Vincent, Jimmy Fortune, Dailey & Vincent, The Bellamy Brothers, Billy Dean, The Cleverlys, Moe Bandy, and more.
And if that wasn't as much fun as you can tack onto a wall, Larry’s Country Diner is 100% live and unscripted. The motto on the set is, “once the tape starts rolling, it does not stop. If you get yourself in trouble, get yourself out ‘cause we’re not stoppin’.” The fact that plates are dropped or broken during a performance, or that some of the lights go out while they are rolling makes the show all that more exciting. Because of its popularity, getting a seat to see a live taping might prove more difficult than getting a reservation at one of L.A.’s most trendy posh restaurants
Since its initial airing in 2009, Larry’s Country Diner has produced over 100 episodes and has become one of the most popular shows on RFD television. The show is a product of Gabriel Communications, which is owned and operated by longtime disc jockey Larry Black.
Upcoming Guest Stars for 2015:
Gene Watson – May 5, September 24 & 25
Jimmy Fortune – May 6, May, 8, September 23
Dailey & Vincent – May 9, September 22
The Whites – May 7
Star lineup subject to change without notice.