DICK HALLIGAN: MUSICAL BEING Plays Cornerstone Music Conservatory to Benefit Hurricane Relief Tonight
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by BWW News Desk
In support of the tremendous disaster relief efforts of the Red Cross, Parlor Performances and Androcles Productions present A Special Evening with Dick Halligan (Grammy Winner and founding member of legendary jazz/rock band Blood, Sweat & Tears), DICK HALLIGAN: MUSICAL BEING, directed by Rod Menzies. The concert will take place tonight, December 10 at 8:00pm at Cornerstone Music Conservatory, 12121 W. Pico Bl. (1 door w. of Bundy - 2nd floor next to Party Store).
All proceeds benefit the American Red Cross for disaster relief. $10 (minimum contribution) and up – OK to decide at the door. Cash or check. Intimate 60-seat room – so RSVP ASAP.
Grammy Award winner Dick Halligan brings his entertaining solo show to Cornerstone Music Conservatory for one night only! A composer, arranger and performer of music for film and television as well as jazz, chamber music and popular idioms, Halligan takes us on a fascinating journey through 60 prolific years of interpreting and creating American music.
A gifted performer and raconteur, Halligan shares fascinating stories about his early influences and musical development, his days as a rock star with BS&T, and his courageous efforts to tackle the psychological complexities that came along with his exceptional aptitude for music. “My story reveals something of the mystery of how I arrived at where I am today. I touch upon music that has struck me and stimulated my imagination through the 40's, 50's, 60's,70's, 80's, 90's and the 2000's, until now, and tell my side of the story of who I am.”
Please join us for a memorable evening with an American music legend that will inspire and entertain, and support the disaster relief efforts of the American Red Cross in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
To RSVP & for more info, contact Jeannine FrankJeannine@FrankEntertainment.com.