- Welk Star - Ralna English
At Welk Theatre and Releases New CD
Branson Courier, Branson, MO
National television star and singing diva Ralna English of The
Lawrence Welk Show will appear with the Lennon Sisters
and other Welk stars at the Lawrence Welk Theatre in Branson.
Missouri. From October 6-October 18, 2003she will be featured
in the production Stars of the Lawrence Welk Show
and from November 3 through December 11, 2003, in the Christmas
With the Welk Stars. For additional information or to
purchase tickets either on line or via phone, through Ozark Ticket
and Travel, click here form Stars of the Lawrence Welk
Show and click here for Christmas With the Welk Stars
or call 1-888-493-1222.
- She will be appearing in person
at Heritage Books, 1455 Glenstone in Springfield, Wednesday,
October 15, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., to autograph her newly-released
CD, My God, My Country, which will also be available
for purchase. Heritage Books is the oldest independently-owned
bookstore in Springfield.
- This extremely popular patriotic
and inspirational CD, released in January 2003, has sold coast-to-coast
and is now in its fourth pressing. My God, My Country
by Ralna English features such patriotic tunes as God Bless
America, Battle Hymn of the Republic, America
The Beautiful (with Guy Hovis), and Strike
Up the Band, as well as inspirational hymns like His
Eye Is On The Sparrow, Amazing Grace, Let
There Be Peace On Earth, and The Lords Prayer.
Ralna also performs a very moving rendition of A Song
- Ralna English has been a favorite
on The Lawrence Welk Show since she joined in 1969.
She performs more than 125-days-a-year throughout the United
States and Canada. She appears with symphony orchestras in the
U.S. and in showrooms from Atlantic City to Las Vegas and on
stages from Branson, Missouri to New York City. Ralnas
great diversity of music includes jazz, blues, gospel, country,
pop, patriotic, and songs from the 30s and 40s.
- Ralna has also starred in 12
PBS national television specials. And, according to the latest
national Nielsen research, more than 2.5 million people watch
Ralna on television each week on 277 public televisions stations.