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The Shenandoah Jamboree is a music variety show held in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. The Shenandoah Jamboree originated at the Yellow Barn at Shenandoah Caverns in January 2013 with Ben "Cooter" Jones, Robby and Lisa Meadows, and Cooter's Garage Band along with a cast of talented singers and musicians. Now located at the Wayne Theatre (beginning in April 2016), the Jamboree will feature the Shenandoah Jamboree cast with a special Guest Star from Nashville,TN every month, such as Jimmy Fortune of the Statler Brothers, T. Graham Brown, Nadine of Larry's Country Diner, LuLu Roman of Hee-Haw and many more! The Shenandoah Jamboree is a wholesome, family-friendly show with lots of music, fun and laughter.


June 22nd
This episode features: Lisa Meadows & "The Queens of Country Medley"; Tommy Cash & "Six White Horses"; Mandy Barnett & "Whispering Winds"; Brian Buchanan & "Right or Wrong"; Larry Stephenson & "What Really Matters"; Cooter's Garageband & "Old Joe Clark"

June 29th
This episode features: Tommy Cash & "Ring of Fire"; Lisa Meadows & "The Hand That Rocks The Cradle"; Mandy Barnett & "Trademark"; Buddy Jewell & "Is Anybody Going to San Antone"; Larry Stephenson & "I See God"; Jimmy Fortune & "Take Me Home, Country Roads"

July 6th
This episode features Mandy Barnett & "If You've Got Leavin On Your Mind"; Tommy Cash & "Jackson"; Buddy Jewell & "Smokey Mountain Memories"; Larry Stephenson & "What Really Matters"; T Graham Brown & "Wine Into Water"; Ben Cooter Jones & "I'll Fly Away"

July 27th
This episode features Faithful Praise & "Get All Excited"; Mandy Barnette & "Crazy"; Brian Buchanan & "I Walk Alone"; Lulu Roman & "Too Far Gone"; Buddy Jewell & "When I'm Good and Gone"; Nathan Stanley & "Orange Blossom Special"



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