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"That Holiday Feeling" show coming to Ipswich

 

October 9, 2019

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Sinatra and Company - That Holiday Feeling

The Ipswich High School Theater will once again be filled with the sounds of Christmas. Mark Gramm of Gramm Funeral Home is bringing the "Sinatra and Company – That Holiday Feeling" show to the theater on Sunday, November 24, 2019 at 2 p.m.

Sinatra and Company "That Holiday Feeling" is a fun-filled variety holiday show featuring the talents of award winning vocalist Tim Patrick, accomplished singer and producer Colleen Raye and top-notch big band vocalist Debbie O'Keefe, each bringing their own brand of talent and charisma to the stage. You'll hear wonderful renditions of your favorites put to music by Musical Director Todd Matheson and the 10-piece Blue Eyes Band. "That Holiday Feeling" will feature songs from the Andy Williams Collection (Happy Holiday, Most Wonderful Time of The Year), Karen Carpenter (Merry Christmas Darling), Bing Crosby and The Andrews Sisters (Jingle Bells), Nat King Cole (The Christmas Song), Kenny Rogers and Wynonna Judd (Mary Did You Know?), and Frank Sinatra (No Place Like Home For The Holidays). They will include sing a-longs, audience participation and rousing versions of classic holiday tunes like Joy to The World, Ring Those Christmas Bells, Oh Holy Night, The Little Drummer Boy (as done by The Temptations), and more.

This good natured group of singers and musicians makes everyone feel at home the minute the show starts and a sure fire guarantee people will go home with "That Holiday Feeling."

"The idea of a holiday show was started several years ago and I am pleased to be able to continue what is becoming a tradition by bringing this very professional show to the theater this year," said Gramm. "Sinatra and Company shows have the charisma and musicianship that really sets the mood for the Christmas season."

Tickets for the show are available at Gramm Funeral Home and Ipswich State Bank in Ipswich and at First State Bank of Roscoe and their branches. Gramm said that "these shows have been selling out in theaters and performing arts centers across Minnesota so I hope that people will buy their tickets early to ensure themselves an opportunity to see the show."

Adult and student tickets are available so that families can enjoy an affordable afternoon of fun. All seats are general admission with doors opening at 1:30 p.m.

 

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