Duck Dynasty Star Uncle Si And His Daughter-In-Law Marsha To Perform
Nashville, Tennessee (May, 26, 2016) The excitement just keeps coming as the time draws near for the 36th year of the Music City Christian Fellowship (MCCF) “SUNDAY MORNIN’ COUNTRY”® Celebration that is held annually at the Grand Ole Opry. The talent lineup for this years event is rounding out with the addition of Duck Dynasty star Uncle Si Robertson and his daughter-in-law Marsha.
Known originally for being the wacky, fun-loving uncle on Duck Dynasty, Uncle Si also has an incredibly musical side to him. Uncle Si is able to convey his electrifying attitude. He loves performing for friends, family and fans, just to see them have a good time and enjoy music. Watching a performance showcasing Uncle Si and the Si-Cotics makes it clear that they were born to perform.
Marsha Robertson, daughter-in-law of Uncle Si, also shares that love of performing. As a Christian Country artist, Marsha’s music is uplifting and powerful. Though their music may seem like ying and yang, Marsha and Uncle Si performing together provides a fun and faith filled balance that will keep the audience on their toes.
Joining in this inspirational star studded line-up will be Country stars Buddy Jewell and Lulu Roman along with Gospel performers Goodman Revival, Joanne Cash Yates, and the Tennessee River Boys. Also staring in this years program are Marty Raybon, Margo Smith and Holly, John Berry, and Rock-N-Roll, Country Music and Rockabilly Hall of Fame Legend, Ms. Brenda Lee, who will be returning to Host the 36th Annual Sunday Mornin’ Country® celebration at the Grand Ole Opry House, Sunday, June 12, 2016, at 2:30 P.M.
Previous line-ups have included over two hundred Top Name Country Music Artists such as Ricky Skaggs, Connie Smith, Roy Clark, Linda Davis, Chris Young, The Whites, Bill Anderson, George Hamilton IV, Lynn Anderson, Ray Stevens, The Oak Ridge Boys, Jimmy Wayne and many more, along with Gospel friends / legends like Jason Crabb, Vestal Goodman, Michael English, Guy Penrod and The Fox Brothers. Early shows included stars Roy Acuff, Tammy Wynette, Grandpa Jones, Skeeter Davis, Bill Monroe and other legends that have since gone home.
Sunday Mornin’ Country® is great entertainment the whole family will enjoy as Country Music Artists come together to share their hearts as well as their favorite Gospel songs. The Music City Christian Fellowship presents this concert at the conclusion of CMA Music Fest/Fan Fair each year, leaving the Fans & Guests with an uplifting memory of Nashville that will last a lifetime!
The Music City Christian Fellowship is a 501©3 non-profit organization and all artists volunteer their performances at the June 12 concert. Positions on the MCCF Board of Directors are non-salaried. Sunday Mornin’ Country® is a registered trademark of the Music City Christian Fellowship.
Watch for artists to be added to the 2016 line-up as they become available. Artists scheduled to appear subject to change.
Uncle Si and the Si-Cotics can be found here.
Marsha can be reached here.