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Jimmy Sturr To Tape New TV Shows
At Mohegan Sun, PA
Jimmy Sturr & His Orchestra will be taping brand new shows for his TV show that is seen weekly on RFD-TV. They usually are taped in Branson, MO but this time they will be filmed in the beautiful Mohegan Sun Pocono Casino / Hotel in Wilkes Barre, PA. Jimmy will be taping four shows per day starting on Friday, March 28th; Saturday, March 29th; and Sunday, March 30th. There will be plenty of dancing during each show rather than the theatre atmosphere. This is the first time they have included dancing for everyone on national television.
Mohegan Sun Pocono Casino and Hotel is located just off Route 81 in Wilkes Barre, PA and is only three miles from the Wilkes Barre / Scranton Airport. Overnight accommodations are available at a discounted rate for the Jimmy Sturr group by calling 1-800-724-0727. Tickets are now on sale for $17 per day or a three day pass for only $40. For credit card orders you can call 1-800-724-0727 or online purchases at www.jimmysturr.com You can send your check to Jimmy Sturr Productions, Box One, Florida, NY 10921. (mohegansunpocono.com)
The Jimmy Sturr Show is seen on Fridays at 7 PM EST and repeated again on Sundays at 9:30 AM EST. Jimmy is also heard every Saturday evening at 6 PM on Sirius XM Radio Channel 80. The radio show is repeated Sunday mornings at 9 AM EST. The Jimmy Sturr Show is one of the longest running shows on RFD-TV airing for nearly 10 years. The orchestra has won 18 Grammys and has appeared nationwide at many of the major musical venues. Join Jimmy Sturr and his orchestra as he tapes new television shows for the RFD-TV network. Order your tickets today!