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* THE 4GENTS PRESENT: MALT SHOPTHE 4GENTS PRESENT: MALT SHOP

Time: 7:00 pm

Tickets: $25 in advance - $30 at door The 4GENTS have been burning up dance floors, shaking down music halls and melting hearts with their remarkable vocal talents since 2015. Specializing in doo-wop and popular vocal music mostly from the 50's, 60's and 70's, these crooners have diverse backgrounds in opera, musical theatre, film, music education and pop music! This allows them to perform nostalgic hits with flair and their own distinct style while still keeping the heart and essence of the original music. This performance will include numerous doo-wop and rock n’ roll hits plus fan favorites such as Blue Moon, I Only Have Eyes For You, Under the Boardwalk and much more! Throughout the southwest, this super quartet is always a major hit with audiences of all ages. You don't want to miss this Doo-wop dance party! Juan Aguirre made his professional debut in 1997 with Arizona Opera and since then has performed all over the world in both classical and popular genres. He has been featured in many roles such as Javert and Capt. Von Trapp and recorded two CDs. Juan can also be seen and heard on national TV and radio as a bilingual actor and voice over artist. Dr. Greg Guenther resides in Tucson, performing with multiple professional opera companies in Arizona. Internationally, he has won awards in the ICCA competition as well as local accolades, such as the President's Competition, Quest for the Best, and NATS. In Tucson, he teaches with TUSD’s OMA program and is on faculty at Pima Community College. Matthew Holter is a performer with a wide range of abilities in music, dance and theatre having performed and directed around internationally in England, China, and Russia to name a few. Mr. Holter is the founder of the 4GENTS, a member of the Grammy nominated ensemble True Concord and is an award-winning music teacher. Chach Snook is a performer with numerous credits under his belt both on the stage and directing, Chach enchants audiences with his clarion voice and presence. Mr. Snook was a member of NY-based vocal ensemble Pieces of Eight before moving to Tucson where he has continued actively performing while earning Teacher of the Year as an outstanding fine arts teacher.

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* THE 4GENTS PRESENT: MALT SHOPTHE 4GENTS PRESENT: MALT SHOP

Time: 7:00 pm

Tickets: $25 in advance - $30 at door The 4GENTS have been burning up dance floors, shaking down music halls and melting hearts with their remarkable vocal talents since 2015. Specializing in doo-wop and popular vocal music mostly from the 50's, 60's and 70's, these crooners have diverse backgrounds in opera, musical theatre, film, music education and pop music! This allows them to perform nostalgic hits with flair and their own distinct style while still keeping the heart and essence of the original music. This performance will include numerous doo-wop and rock n’ roll hits plus fan favorites such as Blue Moon, I Only Have Eyes For You, Under the Boardwalk and much more! Throughout the southwest, this super quartet is always a major hit with audiences of all ages. You don't want to miss this Doo-wop dance party! Juan Aguirre made his professional debut in 1997 with Arizona Opera and since then has performed all over the world in both classical and popular genres. He has been featured in many roles such as Javert and Capt. Von Trapp and recorded two CDs. Juan can also be seen and heard on national TV and radio as a bilingual actor and voice over artist. Dr. Greg Guenther resides in Tucson, performing with multiple professional opera companies in Arizona. Internationally, he has won awards in the ICCA competition as well as local accolades, such as the President's Competition, Quest for the Best, and NATS. In Tucson, he teaches with TUSD’s OMA program and is on faculty at Pima Community College. Matthew Holter is a performer with a wide range of abilities in music, dance and theatre having performed and directed around internationally in England, China, and Russia to name a few. Mr. Holter is the founder of the 4GENTS, a member of the Grammy nominated ensemble True Concord and is an award-winning music teacher. Chach Snook is a performer with numerous credits under his belt both on the stage and directing, Chach enchants audiences with his clarion voice and presence. Mr. Snook was a member of NY-based vocal ensemble Pieces of Eight before moving to Tucson where he has continued actively performing while earning Teacher of the Year as an outstanding fine arts teacher.

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* THE 4GENTS PRESENT: MALT SHOPTHE 4GENTS PRESENT: MALT SHOP

Time: 7:00 pm

Tickets: $25 in advance - $30 at door The 4GENTS have been burning up dance floors, shaking down music halls and melting hearts with their remarkable vocal talents since 2015. Specializing in doo-wop and popular vocal music mostly from the 50's, 60's and 70's, these crooners have diverse backgrounds in opera, musical theatre, film, music education and pop music! This allows them to perform nostalgic hits with flair and their own distinct style while still keeping the heart and essence of the original music. This performance will include numerous doo-wop and rock n’ roll hits plus fan favorites such as Blue Moon, I Only Have Eyes For You, Under the Boardwalk and much more! Throughout the southwest, this super quartet is always a major hit with audiences of all ages. You don't want to miss this Doo-wop dance party! Juan Aguirre made his professional debut in 1997 with Arizona Opera and since then has performed all over the world in both classical and popular genres. He has been featured in many roles such as Javert and Capt. Von Trapp and recorded two CDs. Juan can also be seen and heard on national TV and radio as a bilingual actor and voice over artist. Dr. Greg Guenther resides in Tucson, performing with multiple professional opera companies in Arizona. Internationally, he has won awards in the ICCA competition as well as local accolades, such as the President's Competition, Quest for the Best, and NATS. In Tucson, he teaches with TUSD’s OMA program and is on faculty at Pima Community College. Matthew Holter is a performer with a wide range of abilities in music, dance and theatre having performed and directed around internationally in England, China, and Russia to name a few. Mr. Holter is the founder of the 4GENTS, a member of the Grammy nominated ensemble True Concord and is an award-winning music teacher. Chach Snook is a performer with numerous credits under his belt both on the stage and directing, Chach enchants audiences with his clarion voice and presence. Mr. Snook was a member of NY-based vocal ensemble Pieces of Eight before moving to Tucson where he has continued actively performing while earning Teacher of the Year as an outstanding fine arts teacher.

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* JOE BOURNE PRESENTS TWO BY TWOJOE BOURNE PRESENTS TWO BY TWO

Time: 7:00 pm

Tickets: $25 in advance - $30 at door Joe Bourne presents a smooth blend of the most popular vocal and instrument duets of many genres including Pop, Jazz, Blues, Classic Rock, Motown, Film, R & B, Country and a touch of Gospel accompanied by his dynamic quartet and special female vocalist. Joe Bourne has shared the stage with Natalie Cole, Ray Charles, Nina Simone, Dionne Warwick and several other jazz and popular music greats. He has earned many prestigious international awards for his work including the Diamond of the Year and Artist of the Year for top-class entertainment in Germany, as well as the Silver Orpheus Award in Bulgaria and the Jimmy Kennedy Award in Ireland. Locally, Joe Bourne was recently voted Best Local Entertainer by Tucson Lifestyle Magazine.

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* MATT AND REBEKAH ROLLAND MATT AND REBEKAH ROLLAND

Time: 7:00 pm

Tickets: $20 in advance - $25 at door Brought together as young musicians by Arizona bluegrass and fiddle festivals, Matt and Rebekah Rolland have since garnered national recognition as performers, songwriters, and founders of the Americana group, Run Boy Run, winners of the 2011 Telluride Band Competition. This year saw the release of Rebekah's first solo project, Seed & Silo, an album of original tunes written during her artist-in-residence with the National Parks Service. The album was co-produced by Matt and Rebekah, and speaks to their chemistry, creativity, and range as artists and performers. PopMatters listed Seed & Silo on its "20 Best Folk Albums of 2018" and Americana UK calls it "a slice of folk perfection."

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* THE TUCSONICS THE TUCSONICS

Time: 7:00 pm

Tickets: $20 in advance - $25 at door The Tucsonics is Tucson’s premier western swing band playing older tunes from the 30's 40's and 50's from the likes of Bob Wills, Spade Cooley, Milton Brown, Gene Autry and much more. Complete with some of Tucson's finest musicians, Alvin Blain (steel guitar), Lex Browning (guitar), Matt Mitchell (guitar), Nick Coventry (violin), Evan Dain (bass) and Fred Hayes (drums), this band is sure to deliver a night of fun!

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* TAPESTRY: CAROLE KINGTAPESTRY: CAROLE KING

Time: 3:00 pm

Tickets: $25 in advance - $30 at door I Feel the Earth Move. It’s Too Late. You’ve Got a Friend. Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow? (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman. ALL of those – and more- were part of the best-selling 1971 album Tapestry. International performer Katherine Byrnes headlines the evening backed by a full band, performing all songs top to bottom (plus a few more), and captures the spirit of the record that Rolling Stone calls “one of the greatest albums of all time”.

* JACK LASSETER Territorial AZJACK LASSETER Territorial AZ

Time: 7:00 pm

Tickets: $15 in advance - $20 at door This is the fascinating story of Arizona after the coming of the Americans, and up to statehood. It includes the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, the Gadsden Purchase, mining history, the long wait for territorial status, origin of the name Arizona, the counties including the lost Pah-Ute county where Las Vegas is today, the territorial capital on wheels, how Tucson got the University of Arizona, origin of our community property law, outlaws, range wars, vigilante justice, the Arizona Rangers, and finally the coming of statehood, and much more.

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* TAPESTRY: CAROLE KINGTAPESTRY: CAROLE KING

Time: 7:00 pm

Tickets: $25 in advance - $30 at door I Feel the Earth Move. It’s Too Late. You’ve Got a Friend. Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow? (You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman. ALL of those – and more- were part of the best-selling 1971 album Tapestry. International performer Katherine Byrnes headlines the evening backed by a full band, performing all songs top to bottom (plus a few more), and captures the spirit of the record that Rolling Stone calls “one of the greatest albums of all time”.

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* BIG BAND SOUNDS BIG BAND SOUNDS

Time: 7:00 pm

Tickets: $15 in advance - $20 at door Big Band Sounds is one of the finest, swinging big bands in the greater Tucson area. The band is made up of 18 professional jazz players who have all had vast experience performing in big bands all over the United States for many years. These talented musicians combined with their carefully selected and well rehearsed arrangements will remind you why big band music has continued pleasing and exciting audiences for three quarters of a century. The band is led by Richard Blickenstaff, who has been a fixture in the Tucson jazz scene for several decades.

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* CRUISIN’: Smokey RobinsonCRUISIN’: Smokey Robinson

Time: 7:00 pm

Tickets: $25 in advance - $30 at door With an iconic smooth-as-silk voice and the musical craftsmanship responsible for writing over 4,000 songs, Smokey Robinson was the all-in-one hit factory that could only be found in a place like the Motor City. Whether he was cruising his songs “Shop Around,” “Tracks of My Tears,” or “You’ve Really Got a Hold on Me” to the top of the charts or churning out hits like “My Girl” and “Ain’t that Peculiar” for his Motown stablemates, Smokey is one of the most legendary figures in American music. Join us for this spellbinding performance by Ira Hill and the Lonely Street Band as we salute the King of Motown, Smokey Robinson.

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* OVER THE RIVER....OVER THE RIVER....

Time: 7:00 pm

Another “don’t miss” production by the Santa Cruz Shoestring Players comes your way. Nick is a single Italian-American New York City professional whose loving, interfering and, ultimately hilarious, grandparents “over the river” in Hoboken, expect him for Sunday dinner --- every Sunday. They dream of Nick’s future wedding, while he dreams of career success. When he is offered a promotion that will take him across the country, the fun begins as the two sets of grandparents plot and scheme to keep him from leaving. Joe DiPietro brought laughter and love to New York City with Over the River and Through the Woods. Published in 1998, the hit ran two years and 800 performances off Broadway and is still a crowd favorite every time it is staged. This production is directed by Susan Voorhees.

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* OVER THE RIVER....OVER THE RIVER....

Time: 7:00 pm

Another “don’t miss” production by the Santa Cruz Shoestring Players comes your way. Nick is a single Italian-American New York City professional whose loving, interfering and, ultimately hilarious, grandparents “over the river” in Hoboken, expect him for Sunday dinner --- every Sunday. They dream of Nick’s future wedding, while he dreams of career success. When he is offered a promotion that will take him across the country, the fun begins as the two sets of grandparents plot and scheme to keep him from leaving. Joe DiPietro brought laughter and love to New York City with Over the River and Through the Woods. Published in 1998, the hit ran two years and 800 performances off Broadway and is still a crowd favorite every time it is staged. This production is directed by Susan Voorhees.

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* OVER THE RIVER....OVER THE RIVER....

Time: 3:00 pm

Another “don’t miss” production by the Santa Cruz Shoestring Players comes your way. Nick is a single Italian-American New York City professional whose loving, interfering and, ultimately hilarious, grandparents “over the river” in Hoboken, expect him for Sunday dinner --- every Sunday. They dream of Nick’s future wedding, while he dreams of career success. When he is offered a promotion that will take him across the country, the fun begins as the two sets of grandparents plot and scheme to keep him from leaving. Joe DiPietro brought laughter and love to New York City with Over the River and Through the Woods. Published in 1998, the hit ran two years and 800 performances off Broadway and is still a crowd favorite every time it is staged. This production is directed by Susan Voorhees.

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* TAKE3TAKE3

Time: 7:00 pm

Tickets: $20 in advance - $25 at door With a flair for the wild and unexpected, the genre-defying trio, TAKE3, brings the refinement of a rigorous classical music background and infuses it with rock-star charisma. Known for their infectious and down to earth onstage personalities, these musicians leave their indelible mark on captivated crowds around the country performing their arrangements of top pop hits, Americana, and classical favorites. The trio has amassed an impressive resume, having visited performing arts centers and performing both as an ensemble and with orchestra in most of the 50 states. No strangers to the stage as individuals, they have made an impact on the music scene as soloists, touring the world with Yanni, recording tracks for film and television, and as soloists in front of Symphony Orchestras. TAKE3 makes it their mission to impart their love, passion and joy in music making to all who hear them, using their artistic ability as conduit for storytelling. TAKE3 is comprised of violinist Lindsay Deutsch, cellist Lila Yang and pianist Irene Kim. The ensemble will play their favorite arrangements of classical and jazz standards in addition to music from film, television and radio.

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* OVER THE RIVER....OVER THE RIVER....

Time: 7:00 pm

Another “don’t miss” production by the Santa Cruz Shoestring Players comes your way. Nick is a single Italian-American New York City professional whose loving, interfering and, ultimately hilarious, grandparents “over the river” in Hoboken, expect him for Sunday dinner --- every Sunday. They dream of Nick’s future wedding, while he dreams of career success. When he is offered a promotion that will take him across the country, the fun begins as the two sets of grandparents plot and scheme to keep him from leaving. Joe DiPietro brought laughter and love to New York City with Over the River and Through the Woods. Published in 1998, the hit ran two years and 800 performances off Broadway and is still a crowd favorite every time it is staged. This production is directed by Susan Voorhees.

 
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