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The Lionel Richie Experience The Retro-Spect Band featuring David Graham

Tuesday

May 2, 2017 – 7:30 PM

3648 Washington Blvd
Saint Louis, MO 63108 Map

  • Carrie Newcomer
  • Jenna Lindbo
  • David Graham

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Tuesday, May 02, 2017 @ 7:30 PM

Don’t miss this one-of-a-kind show as the Retro-Spect Band, featuring the number one Lionel Richie tribute singer in America, David Graham, takes you right back to where you were when you first heard and felt the mega-hits of one of the greatest music catalogs of all time: Lionel Richie!

From its energetic opening notes, to pulse-pounding ballads and dancing “On the Ceiling,” to its “electric” surprise in the middle, and of course, the majestic “All Night Long,” The Lionel Richie Experience keeps you jumping, pumping and swooning as music and memories fill every corner of the night.

$10 general admission
Jenna Lindbo: .. .. .. ...a glimpse...Music lover turned singer songwriter by way of tall ships, travels, and nights by the fireside with close friends and strangers alike. Jenna plays a unique blend of homemade music, modern folk, and classic tunes ~ telling stories through her songs and captivating people of all ages when she sings and plays guitar or sits down at the keys. Her playful spirit and warm presence onstage, coupled with creative rhythms and an extremely rich tonal relationship between her voice and the sixstring draw crowds. Along with the surprisingly powerful and compelling vocal that flows from this young musician, Jenna exudes a genuine sense of delight when she plays that her fans describe as "heartwarming and irresistible." When she performs, bursts of excitement literally "escape" and bubble over in the form of laughter, little trills, and exclamations that open the door for people to connect, further engage, and share in the experience with her. Listen * Fall in love

David Graham: David Graham's comedy career has been a non-stop series of events. His very first time on stage was at the Funny Bone Comedy Club in St. Louis. where he unknowingly entered a comedy competition (which he won). That led to Catch a Rising Star calling him to open for comedian George Wallace. His twelve-minute set attracted local radio and television attention and the buzz that followed earned him a permanent emcee Job at "Catch". It forced him to grow, opening for acts such as Chris Rock, Adam Sandier, David Spade, Jimmy Walker, Sinbad and a host of others.

Opening for high-profile comics helped get him noticed by national television. He has since been seen on Comedy Central's "Comic Justice" and featured on ABC's "America's Funniest People". Those appearances helped him move up to the big screen in independent films such as "Apocalypse and the Beauty Queen" and "Tapestry of Shadows". Now, he's a nationally-touring headlining comedian. Having been on the "Tonight Show" with Jay Leno is the icing on the cake.

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