This show did not have the grandeur of other productions but the music was good and very entertaining.
This was the worst show I have ever seen. No waste your money and go. No talent, no dancers and not even a band. We left at intermission.
When the show started I was surprised that the show only involved 2 people it turned out that patty and jc gave a really good shoe .the Elvis impersonater was excellent.the pother person who was papas toe was very good as we'll i I had heard about the patty waszakbut was never able to schedule .i did not know that... More
When one goes to see a show that is billed as a 50's 60's 70's and 80's Oldies show, that is what I expect to see and hear. That was NOT what we heard. First of all, there was NO band, NO dancers, NO background singers, etc. There is a woman MC that also sings and plays a few saxophone... More
No dirty jokes and such. Patty's show is fun. We've been twice on our Pigeon Forge visits. The children will love it Not every show can have big bucks budget. They get by though. Hospitality is way above average.
This is a very entertaining show. The host, Patty Waszak, is a very talented singer and musician (Patty plays about 50+ instruments). Patty and J C, also a talented singer, are there for each performance. The other entertainers vary from show to show like the Grand Ole Opry does. The other entertainers are greatly talented. This show has audience participation,... More
Fare entertainment you might like it more than I did though so you can visit it for yourself to find out more about it.
We saw the Most Entertaining Elvis Artist we have ever seen.Greg Johnson is one of the most sought after performer.And a must to see and hear.His increditable voice was haunting.I even got a scarf and kiss.My husband is now a big fan.Nancy and Bill from Burmingham, Ala.
We thought we was going out for a big show wow it's not good it's a woman blowing a horn and an 80 year old man in the corner not worth the money I had a headache from the horn we asked where therrestroom was and it was outside and you had to walk to a store
Very misleading. My sister had been to the original 50's and 60's show,a few years back,and thought she was getting the same show. We walked into a small store in a shopping strip. They were cooking microwave popcorn for the snacks. The props looked like curtains out of a second hand store,and we sat on folding chairs. I noticed that... More
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