Touring, Nostalgic Musical Presentation “Doo Wop, Pop & Rock” performs in Glen Burnie!
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“Doo Wop, Pop and Rock” features music from the late 50’s, 60’s, and early 70’s, with a nostalgic look back at the beginnings of rock n roll. This musical hit show and luncheon will be held in Glen Burnie, MD on Wed. July 8th, 2015 at 11:30 for the luncheon and 1pm for the show at Michael’s Eighth Avenue (7220 Grayburn Dr.-Glen Burnie, MD 21061 – 410-768-7901) Tickets are $55.00 and available by calling Latshaw Productions at 724-853-4050 or 1-800-528-7429. More info is online at: www.latshawproductions.com This 90 minute touring musical presentation, “Doo Wop, Pop & Rock,” will feature music of the late 50's, 60's and early 70's, performed by a 20-piece professional orchestra with conductor who will accompany a talented cast of performers. The talented Hugh Harper will serve as your MC guiding you decade by decade performing notable tributes to Dion & The Belmonts, Paul Anka and Frankie Valley and the Four Seasons to name a few. Special Guest star features Donna Groom who has served as the lead female voice of The Skyliners for the past 26 years. Donna will thrill the audience with her version of the famed classic "At last". As a piano virtuoso she will be accompanied by The Latshaw Pops Orchestra as she plays the piano on "Autumn Leaves". The ensemble includes soulful voice of Joseph Fedore, singer/dancer Mandie Russak and Lindsay Pingor serves as director and lends her gifted singing voice to the show. The audience will marvel how effortlessly the show transitions from decade to decade as well as covering musical genres. Musical hits of The Platters, The Drifters and Burt Bacharach are all featured in the show. Just when you think we have covered it all the orchestra under the direction of Conductor Bruce Lauffer will perform a musical tribute to John Williams including the music of Star Wars, Indian Jones, Jaws and Jurassic Park. For the curious you must attend to experience a Broadway quality orchestra just feet away at a luncheon show “Doo Wop, Pop & Rock!”