'Showtime in Branson: Celebrating Family, Faith and Country'


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SALT LAKE CITY — Mormon families are no longer persecuted like they once were in Missouri. With the Osmonds leading the way 25 years ago, several LDS performers have since made the trek back to the heart of America — headlining in Branson, Missouri.

Wholesome entertainment makes the "Live Music Show Capital of the World" a unique place, and audiences are flocking to these shows that focus on the traditional Christian values of family, faith and love of country.

"Showtime in Branson" introduces you to some of the big-name LDS performing families in Missouri — the Osmonds, Hughes Brothers, Duttons, Bretts and SIX — and how they're making it work in such a competitive industry.


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