MIAMI — SIX and two are the big numbers for the Coleman Theatre.
One of the hottest shows in Branson, Missouri — SIX — will perform two shows at the Coleman on Friday, Feb. 15 and Saturday, Feb. 16.
“What an honor it is for us to have one of the hottest shows in Branson coming to the Coleman Theatre,” said Coleman managing director Shannon Duhon. “It would be awesome to get them here for just one performance, but having them here for two shows is simply amazing.
These are six talented performers who will entertain the entire family. You don't won't to miss this opportunity to see them perform in our beautiful and historic theatre.”
Performances will at 7:30 p.m. each night.
Tickets are $37 for adults, $32 for senior citizens and veterans (an ID card may be required) and $22 for students and children.
Tickets are available at the Coleman box office or online at colemantheatre.org.
The success of Shoji Tabuchi helped open the doors for other quality Branson acts to bring their shows to Miami, Duhon said.
“We are fielding calls regularly about entertainers wanting to perform at the Coleman Theatre and we are working hard to get those acts here,” he said. “You will start to see the results of that as quickly as March. It's an exciting time for the Coleman Theatre and the many patrons who enjoy our programming.”
SIX — called “an orchestra of human voices” — is a contemporary vocal band featuring brothers Barry, Kevin, Lynn, Jak, Owen and Curtis Knudsen.
According to the group’s website, “Critically acclaimed and dubbed as ‘an orchestra of human voices’ and ‘masters of showmanship,’ these multi-talented brothers sound like a band using only their mouths.”
They are six of 10 Knudsen brothers who have been singing contemporary a cappella with beatbox vocals and harmonizing since they were children.
They made their TV debut in 1978 on “The Osmond Brothers Special,” where they performed alongside singing legends Crystal Gayle, Andy Gibb and Bob Hope.
Turning their passion into a full-time career in 1995, they perform everything from contemporary pop to R&B to classic rock ‘n’ roll to doo-wop to gospel to patriotic.