Grand Country Junction

Grand Country Junction is celebrating its 10 year anniversary Saturday night! Local country music stars played for a full house at the Suma Center for a show in July. Pictured are Kristen Cowatser, Greg Sullivan with wife Lisa Sullivan, Brenda Harrell, Danny Harrell, Clifton Brown, Paul Golman, Chris Smith, Doc Hearl and Jimmy Bardwell.

Lisa Dowty | The News

What a milestone! Garry Lewis Properties in conjunction with Treads and Care Tire and Team Toyota proudly present Grand Country Junction’s 10-year Anniversary Show featuring the return of Glynn Fendlason, Duane Black, Ron Galbo and Greg Sullivan as the Junction Boys Quartet.

Grand Country Junction wishes to thank you the public and invites you to a special night of celebration presenting Danny Harrell and the Nashville Edition Band backing up the original Junction Boys Quartet along with Brenda Harrell, Greg Manchester, Kristen Conatser, Jim Hawthorne and Clifton Brown as they celebrate 10 years of bringing quality “Branson style” family entertainment to south Louisiana.

This show, scheduled for Jan. 21, will be a variety show encompassing classic and new country hits.

Tickets are $12 for adults, $7 for children 4 to 12, and children 3 and under are free. Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. Show starts at 7 p.m.

Grand Country Junction is located just off of Interstate 12 at Exit 19 in Satsuma at the Suma Crossing Theatre.

Grand Country Junction thanks its sponsors Garry Lewis Properties, Team Toyota, Treads and Care Tire, Attorney Sherman Mack, Walker Pharmacy, Elite Chiropractic, Five Star Printing, SNR Enterprises, Bear Creek Western Store, Subway, Architect William Jones, Hebert’s Cajun Meats, Faithful Companions Pet Grooming & Boarding, Livingston Parish Assessor Jeff Taylor and the Livingston Parish Convention and Visitors Bureau. Grand Country Junction is "your hometown Branson show."

For more information, please contact Junction Director Greg Sullivan at (985) 507-9432 or visit the website at

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