Robison, Willis stage holiday shindig with a twist
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Robison, Willis stage holiday shindig with a twist

Monday, December 7, 2020 – Bruce Robison and Kelly Willis will stage their annual Holiday Shindig this year, but with a twist.

The 21st edition of the couple's show - Bruce & Kelly's Holiday (Shut-In) Shindig - will feature Ray Wiley Hubbard and Shakey Graves.

The virtual event will air on the Veeps platform on Sunday, Dec. 20 at 7 p.m. centre and will be available for viewing until Dec. 24. Tickets start at $15.

"I always thought that I'm the last person that would come with their Christmas show," said Robison. "But I think there is something about the vibe of our show that is different than other things. It's not too schmaltzy. It's not too sugary. It feels real to me, and I hope it feels real to other people too."

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