Entertainment 2016-2017 Season

Razz Ma Tazz

December 11th    2 PM       Tickets $5 


Razz Ma Tazz (from Nikki Rowe High School) will be entertaining us once more with their Christmas Show.

Ralph Kuster Christmas Show

 December 15th       7 pm    Tickets $7



Former Branson performer, Ralph Kuster will sing songs that will bring back special holiday memories.  Kuster has a unique style of delivering the songs he holds dear to make them memorable for his audience. He is an articulate and witty entertainer. This one man show will keep his audience alert with surprises throughout the show.

The Ralph Kuster Christmas Show will be a highlight of our holiday entertainment at Winter Ranch RV Park.  Nominated as Entertainer of the Year and twice for Male Vocalist of the Year in 2012,  Kuster’s strong baritone voice will amaze you.   Please take the time to check out his website and listen to his amazing voice.

Make plans now to hear your favorite Holiday songs:

White Christmas  —   Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Fire — I’ll be home for Christmas

— Blue Christmas (Elvis)  — I Only Want You for Christmas (Alan Jackson)  —

Christmas in Dixie (Alabama) — Thank God for Kids (Oakridge Boys)

A powerful tribute to Veterans is included in the show along with “The King Is Coming,” a Gaither song with a powerful message.  The finale is his beautiful rendition of “O Holy Night”


4 His Glory Gospel Show

December 19th – 7 pm  Tickets  $8


March 9th   7 pm   $7


Make plans now to attend 4 His Glory Concert.    Voted the Rio Grande Valley 2016 Gospel Group of the Year at the Valley Star Awards, the four part harmony of this male quartet will amaze you.  Their Gaither style singing provides an entertaining reverent performance.  Tickets will be on sale in advance.

Jeff Gordon Christmas Show

December 22nd   7 pm  Tickets $7


Nominated for Male Vocalist of the Year in Texas in 2014

Jeff Gordon received his first guitar at 8 years old, and his career begin to emerge. Later he formed the White River Band playing in Missouri and Arkansas.   A versatile entertainer, he can perform Elvis, Tom Jones, Roy Orbison, Marty Robbins, Gene Watson, George Jones and more.

Check out his facebook page and listen to the live video streams.  We are excited to invite you to his Christmas Variety Show and hope your holiday season will be more festive as you sit back and enjoy his musical ability.


Mario Variety Show

January 12th  7 pm     Tickets $7



Voted Branson’s Best Crooner, Mario Rosales is a universal performer.   Mario’s musical range is extensive. From Classic Country to Frank Sinatra, his easy style pleases audiences everywhere.  He adds his own brand of off-the-cuff comedy with top-notch impressions.  Some of our Winter Ranchers attended a performance last season.  Mario got an A+ from those that attended.

He began playing piano and violin at the age of five and later learned to play the clarinet, saxophone and guitar. Mario spent most of his adult life as an actor, voice-over artist and stand-up comedian in Hollywood, California. Later in life, he worked in radio as a talk show host.

We hope you will make plans to attend this special performance.

 Red Head Express

January 19th   3 pm and 7pm shows 

Tickets $10 in advance

$12 at the door



This 4 sister group has been touring from Alaska since 2007. Now residing in Tennessee, the crispness and clarity of their voices creates a melody of songbirds welcoming spring.   The music of the Redhead Express takes you back to your Roots in a way that feels fresh and new.

Have you ever longed for the sound of music that is real, honest- that speaks to your soul? Without the glitz and glamour- just raw beauty with exquisite harmonies, thought provoking lyrics, and melodies that take you away. Spend an afternoon or evening in concert with the Redhead Express and you will be captivated by their sound, their realness, their passion and, most importantly, their heart.

Performing only at two parks here in the RGV this season, Winter Ranch RV Resort is proud to announce two shows held on January 19th at 3 pm and 7 pm.  Tickets may be purchased after October 1st.   Contact the Activity Office for information.  (956) 783-4587

Absolutely Country, Definitely Gospel

January 22nd   3 pm   Tickets $7


Jonathon and Deana Edwards will perform as a duet.  Both sing with the group Faith’s Journey and bring their Gaither style Southern Gospel music to Winter Ranch.

Jonathan toured with a gospel group called Tribute. He has served as Youth pastor, Music pastor and Senior Pastor, but his love for Southern Gospel Music keeps bringing him back to radio and singing. Over the past few years he has had a syndicated Southern Gospel Radio show on over 20 stations.

Deana began singing at the age of 4.  She sang harmony with her mother Rose.  Deana loves music with harmony and never meets a stranger at a concert

Tavie’s Rock and Roll Show

January 26th   7 pm Tickets $6 


www.rockrollshow.net    (Listen to the  music)

Get out your poodle skirts and saddle shoes and attend this highly energetic Rock and Roll Show.

At Tavie’s “Rock & Roll” Show we will take you back to the 50’s and 60’s –

A simpler time…a time of innocence.

” It’s not just singing…it’s entertainment!”

Tavie’s “Rock and Roll” Show stars Tavie Spivey, a seasoned show biz vet from East Texas.  Entertaining since the age of 15, Tavie has entertained around the country and across Europe.  She has performed with talent such as “The Coasters”, “The Country Comedy Tour”, “Jimmy Clanton” (Venus in Blue Jeans), many Elvis Tribute Artists and at theaters, festivals and convention centers across the country.

Enjoy the Rock and Roll of the 50’s and 60’s as Tavie performs those special songs you heard at the drive in movies, when you received your first kiss, or a first date.  Life was calmer, kinder, and the gendre of rock and roll songs were hitting the charts.

Bernie and Red

January 29th  3 pm  Tickets $7



Bernie and Red are a Canadian duo who have kept ties to their English-Irish heritage in their variety shows which feature music and comedy routines.  Check out their story on their website and find out about Red milking cows….   If you have seen them before, come back and enjoy a new exciting show.

Described as Burns and Allen, Smothers Brothers, Carol Burnette and Benny Hill stirred into a comedy act, they have performed on cruise ships and many venues across the United States and Canada.  The zany redhead “Red” holds center stage most of the time.  She is brash, outspoken, outrageous, and funny.  Her voice and musical numbers will keep your attention as they entertain you.

Spittin’ Image


Spittin’ Image —

Celebrate being a twin at Winter Ranch RV Park

February 2nd  7 pm  Tickets $8


Identical twin brothers, Brian and Blain Swabb perform as “Spittin Image”.  Two of the most versatile, fun-loving, enthusiastic performers you’ve ever seen.  Their musical skills and variety of fine-tuned comedy routings will surprise and delight you.

Brian does most of the lead vocals and adds the harmony to the sound.  He is a wonderful guitar player and probably knows a million chords.  Besides sequencing all the added background instrumentation (drums, bass, piano, etc.)  He is the emcee for the group.

Blain is the oldest twin (by 26 minutes).  He can play the heck out of his Gibson 8-string mandolin, but is equally at home on his custom made 5-string mandolin.  When he’s not playing the mandolin he is playing his harmonicas or adding his vocal talents.  He also has a love of doing pantomimes.

TWINS –   Watch for future announcements.   Twins will be honored at the show.   If you are a twin, be sure to let your sibling know and make plans to attend.

Helen Russell and Company

February 9th   7pm  Tickets $6



Mark your calendar for February 9th  to attend an evening of classic country, bluegrass, classic rock, gospel, and comedy.

If  you click on Helen’s website, you will hear her beautiful voice singing “Great Balls of Fire” and peak your anticipation of this toe-tappin’ performance.   Hailing from Lake of the Ozarks, MO, she was a performer on Lee Mace’s Ozark Opry for 19 years.  We want to remind the Missouri Winter Texan’s to come and hear Helen and support your local home grown performers.

We welcome all our friends and neighbors to attend this high spirited family style comedy show.  They will put a smile on your face and amaze you with their keyboard, banjo, and drums ability.

Laughing Bird Show

February 16th  7 pm  Tickets $8



Come relax, laugh, and enjoy the way Laughing Bird makes you feel.

Good Tunes . . . Good Times! Music . . . Laughter . . . Fun!

Laughing Bird’s show is a lively mix of original contemporary folk music with overtones

of country, bluegrass, and light acoustic rock.  You will hear original songs that will “wow” you, songs of the heart, and songs that make you laugh.  The overall effect is an informal, light-hearted and intimate show to make you feel good.

Tupelo and Janey Kenyon, aka Laughing Bird are a dynamic duo hailing from Wyoming, who clearly love what they do and it shows.

Laughing Bird’s songs are carefully crafted to include compelling lyrics accompanied by accomplished acoustic musicianship. Tupelo plays 6 and 12-string acoustic guitar, dobro, mandolin, banjola, harmonica, and a toe-tapped tambourine. Janey plays mountain dulcimer, bass guitar, banjo and various percussion instruments. Tupelo and Janey both enjoy singing, and most of their songs feature tight harmony arrangements. Their show is spirited with surprises such as off-the-wall comedy, a nine-inch dancing clog doll, and even a little yodeling.

Southern Anthem Show

February 23rd  7 pm  Tickets $7


A fresh and uprising family band, these heart-warming performers sing originals and cover songs consisting of traditional country, new country, country gospel and a little pop to audiences throughout Texas and beyond.

The band of four has a tight and beautiful harmony that only can be achieved when you combine vocals within a family. With Mikaela singing lead on most of their songs, she has a voice that always captivates the crowd. Wendy, Derek and Logan join her creating the harmony that touches people in a special way.

All play instruments which adds to the quality and interest of their show. Wendy plays rhythm guitar supported by Mikaela on the bass. Derek has lead with acoustic guitar while Logan adds some sparkle with fiddle. Every now and then they get loud with the addition of a drummer.

Sherwin and Pat Linton Gospel/Country Show

February 26th  7 pm Tickets $7




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