2002-03 nostalgia concert series
From performing at the opening ceremonies of the Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, to taking the stage in the Broadway Musical Smokey Joe's Café, Rita Coolidge has long been one of the most diverse and versatile musical performers. Two-time Grammy Award Winner, and winner of the prestigious Native American Music Award, Ms. Coolidge's hits include " Higher and Higher", "All Time High" and "Love Came for Me".
A Country Music legend and celebrated as one of history's best guitarists, the venerable musician and singer constantly receives rave reviews for his sell-out concerts coast to coast, and now he takes the GPAC by storm in an exciting evening of hits as well as favorite holiday tunes. From sold-out concerts at the Hollywood Bowl to Fienstein's at the Regency in New York, Glenn Campbell promises to be the holiday event of the season.
MARY WILSON OF THE SUPREMES
One of the music industry's most prolific and successful performers as well as a founding member of music's most infamous female groups, the Supremes, who's hits include " Love Child", "Baby Love", "Stop! In the Name of Love" and countless others. A successful businesswoman, author, lecturer, actress and singer, Mary Wilson is celebrating over 40 years in the music business. She is, and always will be...Supreme. An evening of musical history.
Sponsored in part by First Bank.
HERMAN'S HERMITS/THE BUCKINGHAMS
Two of the music industry's most exciting groups together in one unforgettable evening of music. Featuring such classic hits as " Don't You Care", "Susan", "Kind of a Drag", "Mrs. Brown", and "I'm Henry VIII, I Am". Featuring Peter Noone along with Herman's Hermits and The Buckinghams, this exciting concert brings the hits of the 60's back in one unforgettable evening.
The Nostalgia Concert Series was sponsored in part by: The Robesonian, Up & Coming Magazine, WQSM 98.1 FM, WKML 95.7 FM, WFLB 96.5 FM, WFNC 102.3 FM, WGQR 105.7FM, Pembroke Oil, Sheff's Seafood and the UNCP Bookstore.
Updated: Thursday, August 19, 2004
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