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"Branson on the Road" to perform in Hattiesburg Saturday

The performers in "Branson on the Road" sing a song for employees of Forrest General Hospital Friday. The performers in "Branson on the Road" sing a song for employees of Forrest General Hospital Friday.
HATTIESBURG, MS (WDAM) -

A traveling group of musicians is bringing the sounds of Branson, Missouri to Hattiesburg.

"Branson on the Road" will perform at the Hub City's Saenger Theater Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock.

The group will perform country, bluegrass and rockabilly tunes.

Tickets are still available at $15 and $18.

Friday, "Branson on the Road" played a few songs for folks at Forrest General Hospital's food court. 

"What we're doing, we're bringing music, laughs and fun for everyone, for the little babies to the grandmas and grandpas, everybody in between...you can experience what it would be like to be at a Branson show right here in Hattiesburg tomorrow afternoon," said Debbie Horton, a guitarist who is also the producer for, "Branson on the Road."

The group last performed in Hattiesburg in 2010.

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