Timberline Four Seasons Resort will present the annual Willie Nelson Tribute on February 15, 16, and 17 from 6pm to 10pm at the ski lodge. The performances will highlight Roy Scott performing his rendition of Willie Nelsons music. The public is invited and there is no charge for the performances.
Mr. Scott is a legendary star of the world famous WWVA Jamboree. Scott, known as Ramblin Roy Scott has recently been named headliner of the newly organized Wheeling Jamboree. The new production will be aired weekly on Wheelings 50,000 watt radio station broadcast.
Mr. Scotts, Willie Nelson tribute performances have been widely acclaimed by audiences because of his striking similarity to the sights and sounds of Willie Nelson in concert. Mr. Scott, an MGM recording star, has performed at the former WWVA Wheeling, West Virginia based Jamboree for decades and was part of the pioneering group of entertainers appearing every Saturday night for over 56 years. The performance at Timberline will also include Jan and Lori of Harmony Scott along with steel guitarist Jim Thompson.
Harmony Scott is a country western band consisting of the talented Scott sisters. They have been featured on a Nashville Network production of You Can Be a Star and they have performed with the national acts such as Mel Tillis, Roy Clark, and Janie Frickie and Marie Osmond as well as numerous clubs throughout the region. Harmony Scott has also been named regulars of the newly organized Wheeling Jamboree.
Timberline is expanding entertainment schedules and food and beverage services parallel the growth of the resorts popularity for winter and summer amenities. There are 37 slopes at Timberline and all major ski slopes originated from the 4,268 foot apex of the mountain with a 1,000 vertical drop. The resorts expansion program also includes the newest trail; the one mile long recently completed Twister ski trail, and the exclusive slopeside Winter Haven single family home sites. More recently the resort has announced construction of an upscale slopeside hotel to accommodate winter and summer guests to the resorts amenities and events.