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'Ladies For Liberty' Brings Big Band Era To Bedford
Updated October 30, 2014 9:15 AM | Filed under: Entertainment
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EDFORD — Six members of the group Ladies for Liberty will perform at Bedford North Lawrence High School on Nov. 8 in a concert sponsored by the Lawrence County Concert Association. Seen in the photograph are, front, Annette McCulloch; row two, from left, Deanna Hampton and June Roy; center, Nancy Cheak; row four, from left, Jeanette Kays and Angie Glotzbach, and back, Wanda Martin. All but June Roy will be in Lawrence County for the concert. Roy is no longer with the group and has been replaced by Janet Essenpreis, who has a scheduling conflict and can't perform on Nov. 8.

(BEDFORD) - The Lawrence County Concert Association will bring the Big Band Era with "Ladies for Liberty" to the Bedford North Lawrence Performing Arts Center on November 8.

"An Evening in 1944" is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Nov. 8 at the Bedford North Lawrence High School Performing Arts Center.

The concert will feature a group of six women that will "impeccably revive the great music from the 1940s and World War II era with Andrews Sisters style."

Charles Edwards, president of the LCCA, reports the group will be accompanied by Bedford's Nostalgia Band.

Frank Battaglia, the Nostalgia Band's leader, estimated 90 percent of the Ladies for Liberty portion of the show will be performed with the Nostalgia Band providing the music.

Dave Morthland, who has assisted the concert association in various ways in the past, is helping with show which will feature dancers from Kat's Performing Arts Studio in Bedford.

The show will start with a family sitting in their living room listening to radio war news, the USO Show will be announced along with old-time commercials between performances.

Those who are not subscribers to the LCCA season can attend the show for $20 per person. Anyone who is younger than 18 can attend for free if accompanied by a paying adult.

More information about the LCCA season is available by visiting the association's website at www.lcconcerts.com.



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