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         The Suits
      April 7, 2024

Four gentlemen. Four genres. Four decades.

 

The Suits are comprised of four dynamic gentlemen performing four genres of hit music from the 50s through the 80s: Motown, Doo Wop, Pop and Rock. Fusing smooth choreography and tight harmonies with exciting showmanship and fun audience interaction, this production will give you a night to remember!

 

With hits such as Oh, What a Night by The Four Seasons, My Girl by The Temptations, Can't Buy Me Love by The Beatles, Signed, Sealed, Delivered by Stevie Wonder, Uptown Girl by Billy Joel, and Don't Stop Believin' by Journey, you're in for a thrilling and engaging show with The Suits!

Sunday, April 21, 2024

The 2023 - 24 Patron Concert

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In addition to the regular LCCCA season, we are proud to again present a Patron-Benefit Concert. The 2023-24 Patron-Benefit concert is... 

The Jason Coleman Show 

As a thank you ---LCCCA patrons who contribute $30 or more will receive 2 tickets to this concert.  Proceeds from single ticket sales on the day of the concert benefit the Cedar Foundation.

Jason was an audience favorite when he appeared in Lebanon in the spring of 2015 and entertained with The Piano Magic of Floyd Cramer.  Jason is the son of Floyd Cramer’s youngest daughter, Donna, and highlights the far-reaching influence of his grandfather’s “slip notes” in his concerts.

 

Floyd Cramer was one of the most admired and beloved instrumentalists of all time and his distinctive touch at the piano, which he called the “slip note”.  Although Floyd’s life was cut short by cancer in 1997, his “piano magic” is instantly identifiable in country, pop, and rock music legends such as Patsy Cline, Jim Reeves, Roy Orbison, the Everly Brothers, and Elvis Presley. 

Jason Coleman brings new life to the signa-ture sound of his legendary grandfather. From a young age, it was evident that he had inherited his grandfather’s “slip note” touch at the piano, as it managed to “slip” its way into even the most elementary songs from his early piano lessons. Jason’s keen ability to play music by ear led to a childhood spent arranging his own renditions of the songs he loved, just as his “Grandad” did throughout his career. In addition to sharing the piano bench at home, Jason grew up performing with Floyd at his concerts and on national TV, and though he was only 12 years old when Floyd passed away, the close relationship they shared formed the foundation upon which Jason has built his own career in music.

Make a patron contribution of $30 or more (in addition to your season subscription) and you receive 2 tickets to The Jason Coleman Show  on April 21, 2024.  Patron Donations can be made on-line or by sending a check to 212 W Orchard Dr, Palmyra, PA 17078.

Experience the Memorable Music, Moments and Magic of New York, as the vocal artistry of Andy Cooney, Daniel Rodriguez and Christopher Macchio take you on a journey through the Greatest City in the World – New York, New York!

Andy Cooney christened by the New York Times as “Irish America’s Favorite Son”, has been taking the Irish-American music scene by storm for the last 20 years. His tenor voice has been heard in concert halls from Dublin’s National Concert Hall to sold-out performances in New York’s iconic Carnegie Hall. Cooney has performed  on stage with Grammy Award winners, Larry Gatlin and the ever-popular Crystal Gayle in Performing Arts Centers and Concert Halls throughout the U.S. 

Daniel Rodriguez captured the attention of Americans during some of the darkest moments in our nation’s history. He was the New York City police officer whose amazing voice soothed our grief in the days following September 11th.  His career highlights include performing with Boston Pops Orchestra and debuting before a worldwide audience at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah.  He is a champion for many charities and continues to inspire listeners with stirring recordings and memorable concert performances.

 Christopher Macchio is a classically trained tenor from the Manhattan School of Music.  This NY native has been wowing audiences by combining his golden-era sound with an engaging stage presence that resonates with people of all ages and backgrounds. His tenor voice has been featured in NYC’s Opera Nova Company  and television appearances on NBC, PBS, and ABC’s Red Carpet Stage at New York’s 5th Avenue Columbus Day Parade.  

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The New York Tenors

Sunday, May 5, 2024

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