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Mark Wills, T. Graham Brown & Marty Raybon Help Wrap The Great American Country Show

Mark Wills, T Graham Brown & Marty Raybon Set to Wrap The Great American Country Show at Dollywood

Mark Wills photo by Glenn Sweitzer, courtesy of Tenacity Records.

Mark Wills, T. Graham Brown and Marty Raybon will help wrap up the 2013 season of Dollywood’s “The Great American Country Show.” A collaboration between Dollywood and GAC, “The Great American Country Show” is a 40-minute celebration of today’s most popular country artists and songs. Mark Wills will perform September 25, 27-30 and October 18-19; T. Graham Brown will take the stage October 4-8; and Marty Raybon performs October 11-15.

“Dollywood is a must-see tourist destination for family fun–and no, this is not a paid endorsement,” said Mark. “I have children of my own, and we’ve enjoyed many family outings at Dollywood. It’s kind of refreshing to perform before moms and dads and families just like mine who are just looking to spend quality time — a vacation — at a quality place with tons of options. I’m pleased in the invitation to perform.” 

“I love playing ‘The Great American Country Show’ at Dollywood!” said T. Graham. “We always have a great time, so tell everybody you know to come on down, because there’s plenty enough Brown to go around! I can’t wait to see everyone there!”

“It’s great to once again be a part of Dollywood’s ‘The Great American Country Show,’” Marty Raybon said. “I know that it’s going to be a blast. Nothing beats great family fun at country music’s favorite theme park.”

“The Great American Country Show” features six performers, a six-piece band, video appearances by popular GAC television personalities and special guest artists. All performances are included with Dollywood admission. Visit for tickets, show times and more information.


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Posted at 12:20 pm, September 24, 2013 | Permalink

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