Terry Bradshaw Gets Vegas Show About His Life

Terry Bradshaw will get his own Vegas show where the NFL legend can showcase his musical side.

The show, titled A Life in Four Quarters, will allow Bradshaw to show off his singing and dancing skills and tell a bit of his life story. The musical even has its own halftime show, producer Anita Mann said.

“Terry is dancing and moves beautifully,” Mann said of the show at the Mirage. “He sang in church and has a gospel kind of sound, but he can also do Phantom of the Opera … Well maybe not, but a fun voice.”

In his Vegas show, Terry Bradshaw will be joined by his daughter Rachel and backup singers called the IQuties.

The Mirage is selling the play as part autobiographical, part comedy:

“A Life in Four Quarters is a 70 minute show of comedy, storytelling and singing, starring one of the country’s best loved football announcers, sports legends and performers, the Steelers legendary #12. During his time on stage, accompanied by his singer/dancers the I-Qties, Terry shares stories about growing up in Louisiana, his 4 Super bowl rings, 3 marriages, toupee model days, his cattle ranch fiasco, and his broadcasting and acting careers divided in “four quarters”. Sprinkled throughout the show are short video clips of the funniest moments of his life, plus a few surprise guests. To sum it up, Terry Bradshaw: America’s Favorite Dumb Blondeā€¦.A Life in Four Quarters is a memorable night filled with fun and entertainment for all!”

Bradshaw has quite an interesting history. He led the Pittsburgh Steelers to four Super Bowl championships, and after his career ended became one of the best-known NFL game analyst and play-by-play announcers.

Outside of football, he’s recorded gospel and country albums and scored a top 10 hit with the Hank Williams cover “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry.” Bradshaw has been featured in several feature films, including Failure to Launch, Hooper, and Cannonball Run.

In 2002 he became the first NFL player to be awarded a Star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame.

Terry Bradshaw will perform his Vegas show June 28 and 29 at the Mirage.