A Musical Tribute to the HighwaymenRE-SCHEDULED to November 21stNovember 21 - 7:00 PM
RE-SCHEDULED: Crossfire Productions has re-scheduled A Musical Tribute to The Highwaymen to SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21st.Buy Tickets
*Due to the COVID-19 situation, Crossfire Productions has re-scheduled A Musical Tribute to the Highwaymen, to Saturday, November 21st.*
Tickets will be honoured for the new date.
Should you not be able to attend the new date, a refund will be offered. Please contact the empire theatre box office 613-969-0099 ext. 1.
If you purchased tickets through the box office, a refund will be issued directly, upon request.
If you purchased tickets on line, the box office can issue a refund, however the actual refund to your credit card will come from Eventbrite within 7-10 business days.
REFUNDS WILL BE ISSUED UNTIL MARCH 31st ONLY.
Thank you for your understanding, as the empire strives to meet the challenges created during this time, keeping the health, safety and care of our community at the forefront.
You will be amazed as each song is sung and performed with precision just as if you were seeing the original group performing.
Never before in country music had a recording group of such country superstars existed. Waylon and Johnny (and June) are no longer with us but their music lives on remembered and performed by look and sound alike impersonators Bob Gill and Rock Harley Both have successfully toured internationally performing to sold out shows and are said to be the best in the world at their craft of emulating their heroes Waylon and Johnny. Their appearance and vocals are so much like the original artists it is uncanny. They are joined by Willie Nelson impersonator Guy Melanson who lends his excellent vocal and instrumental talents to the show. These three are the Highwaymen road show and are backed by their excellent 5 piece band. Remember such hits as Ring of Fire, On the Road Again and Good ole Boys to name a few. A bit of history – Waylon was to be on the same plane with Buddy Holly that crashed but lost his seat to the Big Bopper in a coin toss.