Veteran Branson, Mo., performer Jennifer Wilson brought her traveling act to the Southwest, making her Tucson debut last week at the Voyager RV Resort, 8701 S. Kolb Road, to a nearly packed house of more than 400 people.
The Jennifer Show features Wilson singing and dancing through Broadway show tunes, Texas swing, bluegrass, pop and gospel as well as playing the straight man to the comedy stylings of her husband, Dan Browning, in his guise as Pete Moss.
"We're really country," Wilson said. "But I love variety, that's what I really like."
Wilson's Feb. 23 performance touched the crowd, and one member in particular. Wilson invited Stan Herrmann to the front of the house as a surrogate for a song about asking questions of granddad. Herrmann, who sported lipstick on his cheek after Wilson's farewell kiss, was a little abashed following his performance.
"I'm not used to standing up in front of a crowd," he said. "I was just surprised she picked me."
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