Wade Benson Landry, currently host of Branson’s only Cajun music swing show, and his co-star and wife, Teresa Bowe Landry, will play two shows Saturday at Leland Jones Country Pickin’ Opry.
Wade Landry played fiddle in Mel Tillis’s band and has been featured in shows with the Oak Ridge
Boys, George Jones and Tammy Wynette, and CMA award-winner Buck Trent in Branson.
Shows will be at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. at the Opry, located off C Highway between Richmond and Rayville. Tickets are $15.
Landry’s wife Teresa, a native Missourian, performed around the Midwest with her father, George Bowe (aka Cuzin’ Pud) before marrying Wade Landry seven years ago.
The Landrys will be joined on stage by Leland Jones and his County Pickin’ Band, which includes a banjo, steel and lead guitars, as well as a comedian and rhythm section.
Landry is currently the headliner for Branson’s only show featuring the Cajun swing style of country music at the God and Country Theatre.
He’s also Branson’s current Fiddler of the Year and has been featured in television shows ranging from “Live from the Grand Old Opry” to NBC’s “Tonight Show.”