With a great voice and tremendous talent on the guitar, Fabian Michique sings in English, Spanish and Italian in a show that also features two dancers. He is a gifted musician who has performed in South Florida theaters and at all kinds of social events since 2002. His repertoire includes Latin, flamenco, rock, pop, ballads, reggae and classical performing such songs as Sweet Caroline, Volare, New York/New York, Celebration, La Bamba, Can’t Help Falling In Love and Bésame Mucho to name just a few. His fans rave that the following three words best describe his performances: supreme, superb and sublime.
With their unique sound and years of experience, Joey And The Paradons have been entertaining audiences up and down the east coast for over fifty years. In a fabulous evening of entertainment, they will transport you back to the street corners of Brooklyn and The Bronx where the wonderful sounds of harmony and doo-wop first started. Come and take a trip down memory lane with Joey And The Paradons as they perform hits from the ‘50s and ‘60s.
With her wide range of hilarious impersonations of comedians, actors, vocalists and well-known personalities, both female and male, Sharon Daniels is an unusually talented and versatile impressionist. Sharon performs a wide range of celebrity voices as well as duplicating regional and foreign accents to perfection. She was featured on the Oprah Winfrey Show and awarded a ‘Cloney’ Award in Las Vegas for Best Female Impressionist by the International Guild of Celebrity Impersonators and Tribute Artists.
Opening for Sharon is musical comedy actress, Rachel Kline. A native Floridian, she has appeared in productions of Guys and Dolls, Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat, Milk and Honey and Kismet.
Join Sharyn and Mike as they take you on a topsy-turvy ride through Broadway’s greatest hits. For a twist, they change things up by singing their dream roles, even if they are a little unconventional. For example, Mike explores what it’s like when you say, I Can’t Say No from the musical Oklahoma! and Sharyn sings Music of the Night from Phantom of the Opera. As they belt their way through a wealth of Broadway tunes, they are accompanied by a pianist.
Award-winning vocalist Susan Winter, along with her pianist, revisit a decade that saw many changes from mini skirts to student unrest and from the birth of the women’s movement to a youthful president and a war. This decade also produced numerous musical styles and performers as well as many unforgettable innovations from girl groups to Bacharach and Sergio Mendes, from Joni Mitchell to Bob Dylan and from Roger Miller to Tom Lehrer which Susan will highlight. She even gets to tangle with Hair and Blame It on the Bossa Nova! The show is an evening of irresistible rhythms and musical richness.
Three brilliantly talented vocalists, Terry Barber, Vincent Connor and Victor Valdez make up the award-winning, international group called EleMenTrio. Sometimes referred to as a modern version of The Three Tenors, their extraordinary sound led to acclaimed performances in both Canada and Austria and they continue to receive accolades on tour of the United States. They will have you clamoring for more as they perform their unique versions of the songs people love such as Summertime, You Raise Me Up, La Vie En Rose, The Prayer and Danny Boy.
Take a musical-comedy trip with Jayne Curry and her live band as she tells the hilarious story of a forty-something Brit living in the United States while trying to keep it all together as a mother, wife, professional home-maker and show business personality. Jayne is an all-around entertainer, singer and comedy storyteller whose show is funny, heart-warmingly human and filled with songs.
The Rhythm is really going to get you as Erika Najibo, along with the dynamic nine-piece Rhythm Machine Band, pays tribute to Latin pop super-star, Gloria Estefan. Erika, a Venezuelan powerhouse, commands the stage and truly embodies the spirit and style of Estefan as she belts out such Estefan favorites as Get On Your Feet, Anything For You, Conga, 1-2-3 and of course, Rhythm Is Gonna Get You!
Multi-talented Peter Lemongello, Jr., the most explosive singer-dancer performer to emerge in forty years combines dancing, impressions and comedy as well as show-stopping ballads in his exciting, high-energy show. Along with the Bobby Nathan five-piece band, he presents the greatest hits from the ‘50s, ‘60s and ‘70s. Peter has appeared on American Idol and on the PBS My Music Special “Doo Wop Generations” show as well as at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City. Peter is the proud son of Peter Lemongello, a Century Village favorite who also became famous for being the first artist to sell over one million albums on national television.
Join in the celebration as this 7-member band pays tribute to the greatest vocal bands of the ‘60s and ‘70s. With 3-part harmony and plenty of passion, they recreate the music you heard on the radio, sang to, danced to and replayed in your head thousands of times. They are set to entertain you with hits from bands like Three Dog Night, The Monkees, The Mamas & the Papas, Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Doobie Brothers and The Beatles. This show truly plays the soundtrack of your life while asking you to remember where you were when you first heard these fabulous songs.