Jabez S. Hardin Performing Arts Center

"OL' BLUE EYES" featuring Mark Randisi

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When Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli first heard Mark Randisi sing, he believed he was listening to a recording of Frank Sinatra.  That;s a common response.  Says Mark, "I'm flattered when people say I sound like Sinatra, even though I'm being myself.  I developed a love for the music, and I respect those who created it."  Close your eyes or turn your head and you'll swear the voice you hear is that of the original Chairman of the Board--but it's Mark Randisi, keeping the classic sound and style of Sinatra alive,

Come dressed in your favorite 40's attire and walk the Red Carpet.

Celtic Tenors

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The Celtic Tenors have established themselves as the most successful classical crossover artists ever to emerge from Ireland.  In 2000, following an imprompty audition at EMI in London, the Celtic Tenors were signed on the spot to an international record deal, a highly unusual event that was the talk of the music industry.

The Celtic Tenors continue to re-invent the whole tenor idiom by pioneering a new style of cool never before seen on the lassical stage and by breaking the traditional stuffy tenor mould.

What's Going On....The Marvin Gaye Experience

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As one of the pioneers of Motown, singer-songwriter and producer Marvin Gaye helped shape the sound of R&B music and is considered one of the greatest artists of all time.

What's Going On:  The Marvin Gaye Experience is Brian's tribute to the legendary artist and includes music selections that span Gaye;s music-making career.  Early solo hits like "Can I Get a Witness: and "I head it Through the Grapevine: share space with "You're All I Need to Get By" and other classic duets.

The Four Freshmen

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Singing with a harmony uniquely their own, The Four Freshmen have enamoured listeners world-wode for 65 years, while gaining recognition as one of the most influential vocal groups of all time.  Their tight-knit sound inspired The Beach Boys, The Mamas and The Papas, Frankie Valli and Manhattan Transfer.

As four amazing musical talents, their show is one not be missed.

The Glenn Miller Orchestra

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Glenn Miller disappeared on December 15, 1944.  The bandleader went down over the English Channel on a flight from London to Paris at the height of his popularity.  In September 1942, just prior to going into the Army, he had disbanded his famous orchestra and eventually formed the Glenn Mill Army Air Force Band to entertain the servicemen.

Now, over sixty years since the public first embraced the successful Miller Sound, both the legend and the music live on.  The Glenn Miller Orchestra is the most sought after bag band in the world today for both concert and dance engagements.  Still considered the greatest band of all time, its unique sound is loved by almost anybody that care for music.

Guests are encouraged to wear 1940s/50s attire in tribute to Glenn Miller.