For straight-out rockin' country, you can't beat Lori's re-creation of a Shania Twain concert. She's got the moves and the attitude to bring Shania's songs to life! The difference is the voice: Lori's got the range, the emotion and the style to go with the songs. Lori performs a Shania Twain Tribute show, or includes several of Shania's songs in musical variety shows produced by herself and her husband, Phillip Stegner of Maestro Productions.
With her sweet, clear contralto voice, Lori recreates Patsy Cline's songs with a spine-tingling accuracy that recalls all the emotion and expression the country legend was famous for. Lori often performs Patsy's songs in a musical variety show produced by Maestro Productions, an entertainment company run by Lori and her husband Phillip Stegner. Lori produces and performs a one-woman tribute to Patsy Cline, incorporating many of Patsy's greatest hits into the story of her life. The show can be performed to audio tracks or a live band.
A comedian as well as a singer, Lori does a hilarious spin-off on Tina Turner's famous version of "Proud Mary". She's got the legs, and she's got the voice. She's got the band, the backup singers and every now and then, you might find she's still got Ike.
"Nashville" is synonymous with "Country". How about a country gal? Who better to greet your guests than Cousin Minnie Pearl? She's got a "HOW-DEE" for everybody and certainly a few jokes up that countrified picnic table of a dress! Bless her heart, that dress and her $1.98 hat were HER trademarks and she's just so proud to be here!
Gentlemen prefer blondes. . .and Lori knows that! The consummate entertainer, she's always ready to become every man's dreamgirl, Marilyn Monroe. Who better to whisper "Happy Birthday" to your special guy? "Marilyn" is available for singing telegrams and birthday parties as well as private and corporate events in Nashville and the surrounding area.
With her dead-on mimicry, a wink and a twang, Lori rips the Washington establishment with her impersonation of America's most famous maverick.
The hit television show, HEE HAW, ran for some 25 years, starred countless country music Icons and was hosted by Roy Clark and Buck Owens. The show was inspired by Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, the major difference being that Hee Haw was far less topical, and was centered around country music. The show was equally well-known for its voluptuous, scantily-clad women in stereotypical farmer's daughter outfits--better known as the HEE HAW HONEY! They were the FIRST real Daisy Dukes! Lori can add spice and fun to an otherwise boring event or trade show booth meeting and greeting as a HEE HAW HONEY!