Joe Tinoco

Producer & Co-Star has created a whirl-wind of pure entertainment excitement that has propelled him from his Kansas roots to future super stardom. Joe is a singer, songwriter, actor, professional ballroom dance competitor, show producer and entertainer extraordinaire. His movie credits include “The Blue Valley Songbird” starring Dolly Parton, “Mr. and Mrs. Bridge” with Paul Newman & Joanne Woodward and “Kansas City” starring Harry Bellafonte. In addition to opening shows for music legends such as Clint Black, Ray Price, Lorrie Morgan, Faron Young and Dan Seals, Joe has starred in his own show on the “Inaugural” Disney Magic Cruise Line and has performed on the “Grand Ole Opry” (which is unheard of for an unsigned artist)! Joe left his home in Nashville, TN to Co-Produce and star in the “Magnificent 7pm Show” and the “Showcase Jubilee.”

Tamra Holden

Producer & Co-Star has a sensational “local girl makes good” success story. Tamra is a former “Miss Springfield”, Missouri and holds a Bachelors Degree in Music Education. Tamra is an accomplished musician who plays flute, saxophone and piano. Tamra is also a Professional Ballroom Dance instructor and songwriter. Tamra’s powerful and impressive voice has won her numerous awards and nominations including “Top Female Vocalist of the Year” and “Female Entertainer of the Year”. Tamra has performed with internationally known artists such as Lee Greenwood, Jim Stafford, John Davidson, Tony Orlando and Cristy Lane. Tamra has been a guest artist on Porter Wagoner’s section of the “Grand Ole Opry” and has been featured on “Music City Tonight” with Crook & Chase. Tamra has starred in her own show on the “Inaugural” Disney Magic Cruise Line and the National U.S. Tour of “Birth of the Beat”. Tamra has returned to the Ozarks from her Nashville, TN home to Co-Produce & Co-Star in the “Magnificent 7pm Show” and the “Showcase Jubilee”.

Branson’s “Young Female Entertainer of the Year” has the distinction of being the “Youngest Headlining Entertainer in Branson”. Although Amanda is

only 16 years old, her voice has been compared to vocal legends Tanya Tucker and Bette Midler. Amanda is a consummate performer with talents beyond her years. She will bring a tear to your eye as she performs “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” a smile to your face with “Send in the Clowns”, make you clap your hands and tap your toes with the “Tennessee Yodeler” and charm you with her amazing stage presence and personality. Amanda is truly “America’s Fastest Rising Star.”

Center Front: Tamra Holden, Joe Tinoco, Amanda
Center Row 2: Elisha Marie Deel, Jessie Taylor
Third Row: Jay Parks, Gene Mulvaney, Mike Bliss, Ben Naus, Chase Tyler, Danny Cunningham, Jeff Donachy, Gary Dooms
Back Row: Bobby Lewis, Phil Quidort, Rick Inmon, Darrell Croy, Steve Ragsdale


Darrell CroyDarrell Croy
Music Arranger, Pianist and Emcee. He returned to his home state of Missouri following years of performing throughout the United States and Europe. Darrell has worked on both the East & West Cost lending his talents to National Radio and Television Commercials, Movies and National Musical Tours. Darrell has performed on three nationally charted records and has spent the past several years performing in Live Stage Shows and Television in Branson, Missouri.

Jeff Donachy
Musical Director and Bass Player. Jeff has spent the past thirty-three years pursing his passion for music. Jeff is a musician’s musician and is widely regarded as the “best bass player” in Branson and one of the best in the country. Jeff’s performance credits range from Thirty-Eight Special to Little Jimmie Dickens and Johnny Cash to Elvis Costello. Jeff has performed in Branson for the past fourteen years. Prior to making the White House Theatre home, Jeff performed with “Shoji”, “Branson City Lights”, “Roy Clark” and “Doug Gabriel”.

Mike BlissMike Bliss
As “Branson’s Specialty Act of the Year,” Mike will thrill, amaze and amuse you throughout your evening at the White House Theatre. Mike graduated from High School in Carthage, Missouri prior to earning a Music Performance Degree from Branson’s College of the Ozarks. Since graduating, Mike has become one of Branson’s best loved “specialty” performers. Mike’s magic, comedy and dance have been featured at the “Brett Family Show”, Jimmy Osmond’s “American Jukebox”, “The Majestic Theatre”, “Cirque Fantastique” and as a dancer with “Andy Williams” From the magic and comedy of the pre-show to his “Elvis” tribute, you will always be entertained by Mike Bliss.


Ben Naus spent three years performing with the “Honky Tonk Nites” Country Show at Cedar Point Amusement Park in Ohio before bringing his talents to Branson, Missouri. Since moving to Branson, Ben has worked as stage manager for the “American Jukebox Show” starring Jimmy Osmond and was a headliner with the “Magnificent Country” show prior to joining the “Magnificent 7pm Show” and “Showcase Jubilee” cast.

Elisha Marie Deel is an Ozarks girl who began performing in her living room at age 5. Aelisha has appeared in several Branson Shows including “Ragtime Lil and Banjo Banjo”, “That 70’s Show”, “Dino’s Christmas Extravaganza” and “Bobby Vinton.”

Jessie Taylor is a Springfield, Missouri native who began singing in church at age 4. Jessie has recently recorded TV and Radio jingles for regional distribution. Jessie is making her Branson Debut at the White House Theatre.

Danny Cunningham is a 5th generation tradesman from St. Louis, Missouri. In addition to building many of the beautiful stage sets, Danny performs an occasional solo and provides strong harmonies and dance routines. From time to time, you’ll even see Danny helping out the band by providing an additional set of drums or an extra guitar on many of the magnificent productions.

Chase Tyler is one of our youngest and brightest stage performers. Chase came to Branson by way of Louisiana and provides a youthful energy that is sure to please show goers of all ages.

Gene Mulvaney began performing in Branson shows at age 18; Gene can play just about any stringed instrument you throw at him including guitar, bass guitar, steel guitar, fiddle and banjo.

Rick Inmon as been playing drums in Branson for more years that he is willing to admit. Rick’s easy going personality is reflected in the steady rhythms that he provides for the band.

Steve Ragsdale on lead guitar is well versed in any style of music from country to jazz, gospel to rock n roll, Minnesota’s loss is Branson’s gain!

Bobby Lewis our Mississippi born fiddle player is one of the best in town and rounds out the string section of the band.

Phil Quidort a Cleveland, Ohio native is a Cum Laude Graduate of Boston’s Berklee College of Music. Phil has worked with such diverse artist as “Lou Rawls”, “Lauren Bacall”, “Danny Thomas, “Rose Mary Clooney”, “Alan King”, “Cab Calloway” and the “Temptations”. In addition to playing a great trumpet, Phil serves as music arranger and section leader for the horns.

Gary Dooms of Kansas City, Missouri attended UMKC Conservatory of Music prior to winning the 1991 “That’s Show Biz” talent contest in Branson. Gary’s talent show victory led to playing Saxophone with “Ray Stevens”, “At The Hop”, “The Mickey Gilley Show” and “Lost In The 50’s”. Jay also wrote the Theme Song for the internationally televised “Jim Bakker Show.”

Jay Parks a graduate of William Patterson College of New Jersey received a Trombone Performance Degree prior to serving as a Musician in the U.S. Army. Since coming to Branson, Jay has shared the stage with “Bobby Vinton”, “Shoji”, “Danny Davis and the Nashville Brass” and “The Lennon Brothers.”

David DeJonge, Sound Engineer and Matt Vermont, Lighting Technician complete the sound and look that allows the White House Theatre to provide you with “Branson’s Ultimate Variety Shows” the “Magnificent 7pm Show” and the nationally televised “Showcase Jubilee.”

Show Schedule & Time
Magnificent 7pm Show: Monday – Friday 7:00p.m.
Magnificent 7pm Show presents the Showcase Jubilee Saturday 7:00p.m.
Open year around, except Sundays.
Ticket Prices
Adults $28.38
Children: FREE (11 years & under)

Served From 5:00 p.m. – 6:30p.m.
Add a four course dinner feast to your show ticket for only $4.95 per person.
Student Dinners 11 & Under $6.00

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755 Gretna Road
Branson, MO 65616
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