Garon Brett - LIVESTREAM

  • August 5, 2023 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
  • Central Standard Time

Ticket Price $10.00 This event is now over




We are thrilled to have Garon Brett back in town for ONE NIGHT ONLY!

Garon was just eight years old when his family moved to Branson to start performing. Growing up on stage, he soaked in every aspect of entertainment and is now a consummate singer, songwriter, producer, and musician. He is a Grand Prize Winner of the 2010 NSAI Song Contest and a Winner of Battle of the Bands at the Velour Music Gallery in Provo, Utah.  

Garon now resides in Utah and is pursuing his own music career as a solo artist and as co-founder, musical director and composer for the King will come, a collective of artists writing music about their relationship with God and each other. The group's first single, "Yet" recently hit the Billboard Hot Christian Song chart.

Garon has a bachelor's degree in Commercial Music and is an adjunct professor for songwriting courses. He's currently working on his upcoming album, recently releasing two singles, "I Still Love You" and "Medicine".

In his spare time, he enjoys going to movies, (mostly for the popcorn) and he loves Legos.  

To follow Garon, go to and @garonbrett on Instagram. Garon’s music can be found on all streaming platforms.  

Date & Time

Sat, Aug 5, 2023 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

The Nest

A Small Venue for Big Dreams

When Tom and Andrea Brett opened a beautiful new medical office in the heart of Branson, they noticed a special conference room that wasn't living up to its potential. As musicians and songwriters, and hosts to many "jam jams" in the basement of their own home, they began to envision this space as a venue for aspiring artists who might be intimidated by large stages, but need a place to hone their craft. They also realized that there are many professional musicians who would love a small, intimate place to share their music - where they could be more personal with their audience. Inspired by the rustic decor of their beautiful clinic in the Ozarks, and the concept of a nest being a place to be nurtured in, fly away from, and return to, the name "The Nest," was born.