From Little E to Rockabilly Rave At the God And Country Theater

Randey Pennington. Photo courtesy of the Radney Pennington Collection.

Radney Pennington. Photo courtesy of the Radney Pennington Collection.

By John Clise

Entertaining in Branson since the age of two, and now one of the youngest entertainers in the history of Branson to have a headlining show; Radney Pennington, also known as Little E, is on the cutting edge of Branson’s new wave of exciting and memorable shows.

Paying homage to some of the greatests of the great Rock-n-Roll stars, like Buddy Holly,  young Elvis, and The Big Bopper, among others, Pennington brings his wide variety of talents to the stage of Jerry Presley’s God And Country Theater every Tuesday and Friday at 5 p.m.

“The show is a wide variety of music, a lot of 1950s and 60s rock ‘n’ roll stuff plus some country and gospel,” Pennington said. “The show mainly focuses on the career of the Buddy Holly, so you get to hear a lot of your favorites like Peggy Sue, Oh Boy, and many more from that era of music.”

You’ll get equal servings of nostalgia, youth, energy, and excitement from every Pennington show.  You will definitely be amazed.

Pennington was first recognized by Mickey Gilley and invited to share the stage with the titan of Country music.


“The show’s been going great, and it can only get better from here,” Pennington said.

For more information on the show, click here. To order your tickets, click here.

Be sure to keep up with other show dates by following his Facebook page.

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