You are cordially invited to the SCV Senior Center’s Building Party.
Join us today, Thursday, June 22 from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm at the SCV Senior Center, 22900 Market Street, Santa Clarita, CA 91321
Featuring live music from Memory Makers, Bob Danis & John Swinford, and Adam Tunney. Adam is reminiscent of the most influential band singers of yesteryear, delighting audiences with his versatile, velvety-smooth vocal stylings and unique delivery and phrasing of melodies from the Great American Songbook. Favorites from Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and more are relived and the the quick wit of the Rat Pack era is enjoyed all over again when Adam takes the stage.
Adam has performed throughout Southern California at popular venues like the Staples Center, First and Hope Supper Club, the Walt Disney Concert Hall, the Agua Caliente Resort & Casino in Palm Springs and the world Famous Cicada Club. He has performed with such notables as Barbra Streisand, Mickey Rooney, Michael Feinstein, Shirley Jones and many others.
Appetizers & drinks will be provided. Admission is free.
Everyone will be provided with an envelope at the door to make your donation to help build a new Senior Center.
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