The Great American Songbook

Presented by The King Center
Sunday, January 13, 2013 at 3:00 PM
Main Stage
Tickets for this event go on sale to the public on Friday, Sept. 21st at Noon.

“The Great American Songbook,” a stunning journey through a century of American music. Each chapter of the songbook is brought to life through show-stopping performances by a dazzling cast of eight performers and a sizzling jazz trio, along with creative sets, colorful costumes and clever choreography! This innovative, potpourri of popular music showcases many scenes: a 1940s-style “live radio show,” a look back to the ‘50s most popular hits and a salute to Motown’s Temptations and The Supremes. Classics from great American masters like Rodgers and Hammerstein, Harold Arlen and the Gershwins are revamped into dazzling production numbers and spine-tingling tap dance routines. Plus, our newest chapter features songs from today’s hit-makers, including Michael Bublé, Ray Charles and Billy Joel. With lush musical arrangements of award-winning songs, from “Route 66” to “Bridge Over Troubled Waters,” culminating with a patriotic finale, you’ll be proud to be an American. There’s a memorable musical moment for every family member in “The Great American Songbook!”

Sorry, there is no Picnic on the Patio for this performance.

Maxwell’s will be open.

Group inquiries call (321) 433-5824
Reserved Parking Available? Yes
Doors open one hour before the show

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