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The Moonlighters – Dinner & Dance

Date(s): 9/18/2014

6:30 pm

Enterprise Civic Center, Enterprise
Big Band Swing Era Music of 1930s & 40s
Be enchanted by a wonderful night of Dining and Dancing, with music provided by The Moonlighters of Dothan, Alabama. The Moonlighters’ roots came from the Wiregrass Civic Band, formed in 1974 by Dale Lunceford. Richard Shill, who played trumpet with the Harry James Band, formed The Moonlighters in 1976. Terrell Glover, who plays trumpet, is one of the two remaining founding members and is the band’s manager. The other living founding member is baritone saxophonist Gavin Whatley, an Auburn graduate who played in the prestigious Auburn Knights. The Moonlighters celebrate the classic big band sound of the Swing Era of the 1930s and 40s. The group of 20 musicians and 2 vocalists perform upbeat tempo and catchy tunes that keep audiences coming back to listen, imagine, and relive the big band era. The Moonlighters will play favorites such as "Satin Doll," "I Only Have Eyes for You," "Sentimental Journey," "Till," "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy," "What's New," and "I'll Be Seeing You." This event is a fund raiser to bring performing arts to students in city and county schools. Tickets purchased in advance are $60 for a couple and $35 for an individual. Tickets purchased the day of the event are $80 for a couple and $45 for an individual.
For information, call 334.406.2787 or visit www.CoffeeCountyArtsAlliance.com.

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The Moonlighters – Dinner & Dance

Date(s): 9/18/2014

6:30 pm

Enterprise Civic Center, Enterprise
Big Band Swing Era Music of 1930s & 40s
Be enchanted by a wonderful night of Dining and Dancing, with music provided by The Moonlighters of Dothan, Alabama. The Moonlighters’ roots came from the Wiregrass Civic Band, formed in 1974 by Dale Lunceford. Richard Shill, who played trumpet with the Harry James Band, formed The Moonlighters in 1976. Terrell Glover, who plays trumpet, is one of the two remaining founding members and is the band’s manager. The other living founding member is baritone saxophonist Gavin Whatley, an Auburn graduate who played in the prestigious Auburn Knights. The Moonlighters celebrate the classic big band sound of the Swing Era of the 1930s and 40s. The group of 20 musicians and 2 vocalists perform upbeat tempo and catchy tunes that keep audiences coming back to listen, imagine, and relive the big band era. The Moonlighters will play favorites such as "Satin Doll," "I Only Have Eyes for You," "Sentimental Journey," "Till," "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy," "What's New," and "I'll Be Seeing You." This event is a fund raiser to bring performing arts to students in city and county schools. Tickets purchased in advance are $60 for a couple and $35 for an individual. Tickets purchased the day of the event are $80 for a couple and $45 for an individual.
For information, call 334.406.2787 or visit www.CoffeeCountyArtsAlliance.com.

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Feb. 14 – Saturday Matinee of the Arts: For the Love of the Arts

10 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Tallahassee Museum
Feb. 14 – Saturday Matinee of the Arts: For the Love of the Arts, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., Tallahassee Museum: free. This event has a lineup of visual and performing arts, including live music on the outdoor stage. Dance performances range from ballet to flamenco, while artists showcase paintings, pottery and jewelry. The whole family can partake in a Valentine’s Day-themed event with crafts and treats.

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