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STREET CORNER RENAISSANCE in Concert
October 15, 2017 @ 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm$20
Music On The Divide brings
Street Corner Renaissance back to IOOF Hall Stage
Are you ready for the a capella masters who can channel the greats of the 50’s and 60’s, the likes of the Temptations, Chuck Berry, Kool & the Gang, and Boyz II Men? Don’t miss the return of the five-part harmony hurricane known as Street Corner Renaissance, coming to the Georgetown IOOF Hall October 15, from 3-5pm.
The group’s founder and artistic director, Maurice Kitchen, joined forces with likeminded and talented members, Torrance Brannon Reese, Jason Powell, Anthony Snead and Charles Banks in 2013. They were in the cast of the December 2013 NBC hit show “The Sing Off”, becoming an instant sensation. Later, Street Corner Renaissance began 2015 opening two nights for comic legend, Jay Leno, followed by a 6 week engagement in Dubai, where they performed before crowds of over 100,000 people.
These cats can flat out sing! Their infectious energy and versatile show-set offers audiences an authentic, interactive street corner experience that combines the polish of a seasoned Las Vegas act with humor and masterful stage craftsmanship. Think Rat Pack with smooth harmony and a soulful urban swag. Street Corner Renaissance’s professional good fortune is the result of their unmitigated courage to live the “improbable” dream.
Tickets for the public, available at the door, are $20 for adults, $5 for students, and children under age 5 admitted free with parent. Doors will open to MOTD members at 2pm and for the public at 2:30, Sunday October 15th at the Georgetown IOOF Hall, on the corner of Main Street and Hwy 193 in Georgetown. Memberships in Music On The Divide will still be available for purchase for the full season of eight remaining monthly concerts at the door, or by contacting Carol Gernes at 530-350-8354. The cost of membership is only $60 for a single, and $100 for a family, and entitles the purchaser to enter the Hall up to one hour before the performance. For more information, go to www.musiconthedivide.org