Christmas Means It’s Time for Randy Plummer’s Snowdeer Christmas Story


By StaffWe first interviewed Randy Plummer about a year ago, and what a great time we had with him.
We recorded our interview for Hobo Stu radio. Click here to listen to the interview.
2015 marks 42 seasons for Randy Plummer to perform in Branson.  The Plummer Family came to Branson in 1971 on a vacation with friends and fell in love with the area.  A friend of the family, Harold Goad, who had played in the “Shepherd of the Hills” play, had left the play and moved to southeast Missouri, and he was playing banjo for The Plummer Family Show. While they were on vacation in Branson, Harold got Randy, Randy’s sister Melody and himself on The Baldknobbers and Presley’s shows to make appearances. Randy, Melody and their parents, Darrell & Rosie Plummer fell in love with Branson and in 1972 they bought a theater on highway 76 between Baldknobbers and Presleys Theaters and then started The Plummer Family Country Music Show in May 1973.
He’s been a Branson fixture ever since bringing his musical talents to a multitude of stages and shows, and has performed with some of the biggest names in the music business over the years.
His family sold their theater back in 1990. Randy remained in Branson after his parents retired and other family members moved to other locations.
  SNOWDEER…Randy Plummer’s new family Christmas story is on CD. SNOWDEER is a Christmas story about a seven year-old buck who lives in the woods called Doe Run. 
  His Christmas wish is to pull Santa’s sleigh on Christmas Eve to deliver gifts to all of the children and animals in the world. Plum Puddin’ who is his friend from Possum Holler-helps SNOWDEER by taking his letter to Santa.
  Click here for more information on SNOWDEER and  Randy’s other musical CDs available.

SNOWDEER (Christmas Story by Randy Plummer) will be having 5 Shows this year at Branson Central Theatre. Saturday, November 21st at 2 pm, Saturday, November 28th at 2 pm, Saturday, December 12th at 2 pm, Saturday, December 19th at 2 pm and Sunday, December 20th at 2 pm. The BRANSON CENTRAL THEATRE is located at 625 S. Hwy 165. Please call (417) 544-0188 for more information or reservations!

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