Country music veteran Clay Cooper has been entertaining audiences since the age of 16, and loves nothing better than sharing his talents with an audience. He originally performed with a band known as the Texas Goldminors, and decided that Branson was the place he wanted to be. Now he has the Clay Cooper Theater on Highway 76 in Branson, where the Clay Cooper Country Music Express performs from March through December with a stable of twenty spectacularly gifted artists for your entertainment.
Clay Cooper’s Branson show features a high-energy roster of toe-tapping talents — Johnny Lonestar, trick roper and gunslinger, Clay’s equally talented wife Tina Cooper and her dancers, their son, 6-year-old Colt, and rhythm duo Buckets n’ Boards, whose dynamic musical comedy will have you laughing until you cry. It’s an evening of down-home music, family tradition and rib-tickling humor that welcomes country music fans of all ages.
Of course, that’s not all the Clay Cooper Country Music Express has to offer — a dozen other stellar performers, all veterans of country music, are there to make this show the best two hours you ever spent. If country music is what you live for, you won’t certainly won’t regret the experience. Guitar, fiddle, dancing, comedy, classics and gospel favorites – you’ll get to hear them all, because Clay Cooper and his co-performers are just that good.
Clay Cooper’s Country Music Express is located on Hwy. 76, directly across from the Titanic Museum. When you’re in Branson, Missouri, make sure you have your tickets and bring the whole family to one of the classiest shows in Branson.