UPAC presents Rosemary Clooney songbook April 11

The concert, performed by Laurie Clothier and accompanied by the Purple Phoenix Orchestra, kicks off at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 11, at the UPAC Auditorium located at 16330 N.E. 4th street in Bellevue.

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Seattle vocalist Laurie Clothier

In its continuing songbook series, Purple Phoenix Productions will be featuring the works of legendary vocalist Rosemary Clooney.

The concert, performed by Laurie Clothier and accompanied by the Purple Phoenix Orchestra, kicks off at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 11, at the UPAC Auditorium located at 16330 N.E. 4th street in Bellevue.

Among Clooney’s vast collection of works, Clothier is slated to perform such hits as “Come On-a My House,” “Hey There,” “Mambo Italiano” and her signature song “Tenderly.”

Clooney, who had numerous chart-topping recordings, also established herself award-winning actress starring in films including “White Christmas” and later in the hit TV show “ER.”

David Duvall, Purple Phoenix’s arranger and musical director, said the concert will also include the rarely heard song “It Just Happened to Happen to Me,” written by Clooney’s brother, Nick Clooney.

Tickets for the show can purchased in advanced for $25 online at www.brownpapertickets.com or at the door for $30.

For more information about the show contact Purple Phoenix Productions at 206-799-6914.

 

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