VERO BEACH — Live From Vero Beach returns to The Emerson Center stage for its 6th season of “music concerts close to home” and this season, audiences can expect an expanded version of performers that will surely satisfy the palette of Vero’s wide demographic of music lovers. The Presenting Sponsors of the entire season are Cindy O’Dare and Richard Boga of Premier Estate Properties.
Rusty Young and Stacey Kasselman of MusicWorks, Inc, along with Bev and Marty Paris of Paris Productions, have teamed together once more as the LIVE! From Vero Beach co-producers, to launch a fun-filled musical line-up that will kick-off right after the holiday season.
The concerts are geared to classic folk and rock groups that performed from the 60’s on. This year’s variety of talent includes known celebrated performers, the ever-requested tribute bands, and a new music phenomenon established in Canada, Classic Albums Live which will perform famous albums “word for word…cut for cut.”
“We have discovered that our artists connect with a wide range of ages and musical tastes” explains MusicWorks Concert Promoter Rusty Young. “Our winter residents have become a huge audience for us and local businesses enjoy the opportunity to become sponsors in order to reach this particular audience. We also pride ourselves in partnering with non-profit organizations in the community, offering them the ability to fundraise for their organization as well as bringing awareness to themselves by displaying information in the lobby prior to the performances. This is a win-win for everyone.”
Each concert begins at 7 p.m. at The Emerson Center, located at the SE corner of 16th Street and 27th Avenue in Vero Beach and includes:
Fri., Jan. 11– “Tapestry” – A Tribute to Carole King (A partial fundraiser for Quail Valley Charities)
Thurs., Jan.17- “Early Elton” – The Elton John Hits from 1970-1972
Thurs., Jan 31- “The Long Run” – Performing The Eagles Hits
Fri., Feb. 8- Classic Albums Live -Fleetwood Mac’s “Rumours”
Thurs., Feb. 14- The McCartney Years-A Paul McCartney Concert Experience (A partial fundraiser for the City of Vero Beach Centennial)
Thurs., Feb. 21-Singer/Songwriters Karla Bonoff and Jonathan Edwards (A partial Fundraiser for Hope for Families)
Fri., Mar 1- Gary Puckett & The Union Gap
Thurs., Mar. 7- “Full Moon Fever”-A Night of Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
Fri, Mar. 15- “One Night in Memphis”- Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Elvis Presley.
Thurs., Mar. 21- Jimmy Webb-American Songwriter, Composer, Singer
Thurs., Apr. 4 – Classic Albums Live-Led Zeppelin 11
Wed., Apr.10-Max Weinberg’s JukeBox –Performing Rock & Roll Classics
In-kind sponsors include ABC Printing as the Printing sponsor and Majestic Theatre as the Screen Sponsor. Other sponsors include The Audio House, Alex MacWilliam Real Estate, CenterState, Joe and Denise Corr, Hampton Inn & Suites Downtown, New Vision Eye Center, Ocean Grill, Charles Schwab and Springhill Suites by Marriott. Non-profit partnerships include The Cultural Council of Indian River County, The Emerson Center, Hope for Families Center, Indian River Land Trust, Quail Valley Charities and Vero Beach Centennial.
The Emerson Center is conveniently located on the campus of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Vero Beach, on the SE corner of 16th Street and 27th Avenue in Vero Beach. Tickets are on sale now for all concerts. For Best Seats…Buy Tickets Now! Visit the website for seating locations and ticket prices: www.MusicWorksconcerts.com or call (800) 595-4849. For more information call Paris Productions at 772-234-4412.
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