Las Vegas Singer/Songwriter Frankie Moreno Spreads His Wings This past week, singer, songwriter and pianist Frankie Moreno boarded a plane and headed out to Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania to join the 80s band Air Supply for the first of a dozen nationwide concerts in February. A headliner and Las Vegas mainstay for the past seven years, Frankie..
Frankie Moreno and Russ Letizia to Join Air Supply In mid 2008, after five years with Air Supply, drummer Mike Zerbe left Air Supply and joined the Frankie Moreno Band in his hometown of Las Vegas. After a short absence, Mike re-joined Air Supply and much to the delight of his family, friends and fans,..
For the first time in 8 years, Tina Turner is back on tour! And to use her own words, Tina Turner is Simply The Best. Tina Turner has been making music for more than 50 years, and I’ve known her music only about half that time. In the 80s, Tina was one of the best..
On October 5th, 2008, the Neponset Valley Philharmonic Orchestra (NVPO) was born. The birth of an orchestra is no small feat; in fact, it took well over a year from inception to birth and it’s no small wonder that an undertaking of this magnitude didn’t take years. Behind every brilliant idea is the passion of..
In 2007, Music Director and Conductor Lawrence Isaacson recognized a need to bring quality orchestral music to the Massachusetts Neponset Valley area and a year later, the Neponset Valley Philharmonic Orchestra (NVPO) made its debut. With 50 musicians on stage, the NVPO performed its inaugural concert for a sold-out group of classical music patrons at..
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