Through many years
Posted by Cody Wagner on Nov 21, 2022
The show was entertaining, calming, and enlightening. Mike did excellent impersonation, and his knowledge of the musicians whose songs he sang was astounding and fascinating. We've been seeing shows in Branson for more than 30 years, and this was one of our favorites!
Talented Mike Walker
Posted by Richard West on Nov 15, 2022
Mike Walker is so very talented. He performed Conway's songs with enthusiasm and they sounded just like listening to Conway Twitty, himself. He was friendly and had two wonderful female backup singers. He did many, many songs that Conway had throughout his career...even a few of those that he sang with Loretta Lynn. You will not be disappointed! What a show! When I go back to Branson, I am going to this show AGAIN!
Posted by Grant Reynolds on Nov 2, 2022
Excellent main singer and supporting band performing Conway's music. A genuinely enjoyable show. A full two-hour performance with a 10-minute interval can be enjoyed in the spacious seating. We want to see it again the next year because it was money well spent.
Posted by Eduardo Bishop on Oct 25, 2022
Mike Walker performs a variety of impressions, and he excels at each one. We watched his show today, and it was excellent. The range of music Mike performs is what I like most about this show. All of the music we heard—country, Motown, rock and roll—was enjoyable and good. We attempt to catch Mike Walker frequently, but each performance is exceptional.
Stand out performance!
Posted by Peter Moreno on Sep 22, 2022
We love the songs of Conway Twitty & really enjoyed this remembrance tribute to him. The young man who portrays Conway has an absolutely wonderful voice and really sounds like Conway together with his body movements, etc. He also gave us background info regarding his song choices so we’d understand Conway’s circumstances at the time. He seems like an extremely nice and talented man with an excellent voice and stage presentation. We really enjoyed this show.
What a talented performers!
Posted by Eric Griffin on Sep 7, 2022
If you liked Conway, you'll love this show. Mike Walker pays Conway a beautiful tribute. He recounts the development of his music from the beginning of rock and roll to the time of his death. The best show I've ever seen in Branson, without a doubt. The group's other singers are all incredibly talented.
A great tribute!
Posted by Patrick Wallace on Jun 23, 2022
We had the pleasure of seeing Mike Walker's "Conway Remembered" show during our week-long stay in Branson. He is amazing to hear and watch because he reminds me so much of Conway Twitty. We strongly recommend you to attend one of his performances.
Posted by Gunner Hughes on Mar 20, 2022
Amazing, he can be so many different types of artists! We were astonished by how accurate his impressions of everyone and such a diverse spectrum of artists are because this was our first time seeing him. We will surely return since Mike is a fantastic entertainer who is both talented and personable. We've add this show to our list of must-see events, and you should too!
I'll Visit Him Again
Posted by Tanner Greene on Feb 22, 2022
Wow!!! Mike will be singing songs by your favorite vocalists as you close your eyes and listen. You'll be able to identify who he is imitating without any help from me. It would be entertaining to hold a competition to see if listeners could distinguish his voice from the originals while having their eyes covered. Oh, and did I mention the humor? With his wild stage antics and occasional use of wigs or other costume accessories, he adds humor to the performance. When I visit Branson again, I'll most certainly be seeing his performance again.
A good appreciation for Mike
Posted by Warren Munoz on Jan 11, 2022
Mike Walker's show was more than I expected. I thought he was just going to do basic speaking impersonations like Rich Little. I never thought he would SING impersonations. I was amazed how large of a repetition he had. It was great to be a part of a crowd that really got into all of the different entertainers he impersonated. His life history was both fascinating and inspirational. How he got to where he is today is like hearing about a who's who in the music industry that he has worked with. And now for the best part. His own music. The second to the last song was totally heart touching. His last song was stand up and be proud to be an American. I won't say more. You will just have to go and see his show. Thank you Mike. God Bless You.