Sons of the Pioneers
Saturday, April 22 / 7:30pm
Tickets: $50 Adults / $42 Subscribers / $45 Seniors
All about this show:
- Founded in 1933 by Roy Rogers and New Brunswick born, Bob Nolan.
- Guardians of the great tradition of cowboy music.
- In 1980, the Sons of the Pioneers were inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.
- Between 1935 and 1984, the Sons of the Pioneers appeared in 87 films, several movie shorts, and a television series.
- Tumbling Tumbleweeds was written by Bob Nolan.
- In 1977, the Smithsonian Institute, which designates certain artists and performers who have made a noteworthy contribution to the arts and culture of America, named the Sons of the Pioneers as “National Treasures”.
- The Sons of the Pioneers were the first Country and Western group to sing at Carnegie Hall.
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Approximately 90 Minutes
Seriously amazing, old cowboy tunes coming your way
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