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    Stacy Sullivan: A Tribute to Miss Peggy Lee

    Presented by at Harris Center for the Arts

    April 5 - April 7, 2013

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    Stacy Sullivan: A Tribute to Miss Peggy Lee

    The classic songs, intricate rhythms, and exquisite arrangements that defined one of the first and most successful female singer-songwriters are here elegantly portrayed in a loving homage. Created with seasoned jazz master Jon Weber, Stacy Sullivan captures Peggy Lee’s rise from a tragic childhood on the plains of North Dakota to the elite company of legends. Backstage says, “She embraces a room and reveals herself with a sincerity every other singer could learn from... a beautiful voice, a refreshing treat, unblemished and tender."


    Harris Center for the Arts

    10 College Parkway
    Folsom, CA 95630

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    Admission Info:

    $29-$39


    General Day and Time Info:

    Fri 8pm
    Sat 2pm & 8pm
    Sun 2pm


    Phone: (916) 608-6888

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    Parking is free on weekends [Venue only: and for those buying advance tickets from the box office]



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