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David Brothers Trio in Casual Classics Concert Tonight

Tuesday, September 18th, 2012
David Trio Performs for the Casual Classics

The David Trio Live “In Concert” at the Casual Classic Concert in Jasper, GA

The 7th Annual Casual Classics Concert Series kicks off tonight at 7:00 PM.  at the New Lebanon Presbyterian Church on Bent Tree Drive ( about 1/3 mile North of Cove Rd.)
Admission is Free and this will be an outstanding Jazz performance by  The David Brothers Trio who will perform a program of traditional piano jazz and give us an opportunity to stretch our ears with some more contemporary sounds.  They are getting rave reviews for their concerts.   Here is a link to the review from their performance at North Georgia State College and University earlier this year: David Brothers Trio
We hope to see you at the concert.
See ya ’round the mountains,
Don

Van Gogh Comes to Jasper

Thursday, September 6th, 2012
Vincent van Gogh comes to Jasper

World Famous Artist “Almost Live” on Stage in Jasper

The Tater Patch Players will bring the Blue Ridge Community Theater production of Leonard Nimoy’s VINCENT to Jasper September 14th through the 16th.   You won’t want to miss this great performance.  Tickets and additional information at Tater Patch Players.

See ya ’round the mountains,

Don

“Old Blue Eyes” is Back

Saturday, August 4th, 2012

And his name is Gabe Russo.

Last night at the Tater Patch Theater in Jasper, GA an enchanted crowd watched as Gabe Russo “channeled” Frank Sinatra.  The theater has been re-set as a night club – including 3 premium tables on stage –  and Gabe brought  classy renditions of over 20 Sinatra favorites.  Sprinkled between the songs was Sinatra like banter and a brief history of Frank woven cleverly into the sequence of the songs.  If you are a Sinatra fan or just want a great night out and you live anywhere within driving distance of Jasper, you owe it to yourself to grab some friends and come on over.   The Players have theater seats as well as tables for 2 and 4 and they even have “actors’ providing table service for beverages (yes even adult beverages) and deserts.  It was a great night and I have already suggested to the powers that be that they book Frank – er.. uh.. Gabe – back next year.

Tickets for Sunday August 5th and Friday and Saturday night  the 10th and 11th may still be available – please check the Tater Patch Players website.

Don’t trust me? Here is a link to Gabe in a live performance in 2009.

Gabe Russo Channels Frank Sinatra

See ya ’round the mountains,

Don

 

“Summer Wind” Opens at The Tater Patch Theater

Friday, August 3rd, 2012

Talented performer Gabe Russo brings his tribute to that most talented of singers:  Summer Wind:  An Intimate Evening with Frank Sinatra, to the Tater Patch Players stage. Tickets are now on sale.  Theater seating is $15 per person.  A table for 4 on floor level is $80 and a table for 2 is $40.  As a special treat, there are three tables for 4 available on stage with “Frank” for $100 each.  Be close to the magic!  We will be offering stage-side as well as special ON STAGE tables.  Those paired with our wine and dessert selection and the velvet voice and tableside charm of this show, will take you back to the real feel of a swanky evening at a plush nightclub.  August 3,4,5,10 and 11.  To whet your appetite, click the link for a video of of Gabe’s rendition of One For My Baby: Watch Gabe’s YouTube Video.  For more information and tickets visit the Tater Patch website.  We have a table for tonight!  See you at the theater or

See ya ’round the mountains.

Don

“Gypsy” Opens in Jasper

Thursday, July 12th, 2012

The Tater Patch Players Open “Gypsy” on the 13th. Expect a Great Run for A Great Show. Visit the Tater Patch Website:

Or view their Newsletter. Here is is the link to the Newsletter:

Here is our Ad for the Back Cover.

Torrey Mountain Properties Cover Ad for Gypsy

Our Ad on the Back Cover of the “Gypsy” Program

See ya ’round the mountains,
Don