And a petite woman from just outside of Philly made you think of a little girl with a big voice named Peggy March.
They – along with the sassy, sexy and glittery local trio known as FOXXX – had a big Savannah Center crowd rocking in sisterhood Wednesday night.
It was all part of “Rocky’s Lady Legends of Rock and Roll,” featuring Gerry “Rocky” Seader and his band, The Rollers.
Put “dose” guys and “dese” gals together – as Rocky might say – and they can’t help but party down with music. Shirley Alston Reeves made it to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1996 as lead singer of the pioneering female group, the Shirelles. Long before the Supremes, Destiny’s Child the Spice Girls or Dixie Chicks, the Shirelles established a girl group sound that hit it big.
The most memorable number was “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow,” written in 1960 by Carole King and Gerry Goffin.  It’s a standard as a bittersweet love song, but also a philosophical statement for women who came of age in the late ‘50s and 1960s. There was more light pop on “Foolish Little Girl” and “Mama Said.” Things got soulful and a little funky on “Baby It’s You,” a song covered by the Beatles and also a big hit for A Group Called Smith in the late ‘60s. Alston Reeves and her two backup singers ended the set with the Shirelles military tribute, “Soldier Boy,” and they earned a long and loud standing ovation. Female singers were like interchangeable parts for Spector, and the roster included Darlene Love, the Ronettes, the Blossoms and the Crystals. They percolated with energy all night long and were in a dancing groove on one of Spector’s classic numbers, “Da Doo Ron Ron.” The vocal pace was equally frenetic on the former No.

March was in vintage form on her big number and also offered a riveting version of “Bridge Over Troubled Water” that earned a standing ovation. FOXXX features Villages favorites Kathleen Kane, Jules Larsen and Petrina Amsden.  They continue to raise temperatures every time they hit the stage. Morse slowly strolled on stage, singing Ike Turner’s bass part and then the ladies took over and nearly blew the roof off.
The FBI National Academy is a professional … Read MoreCandidate tells Villages Democrats he supports Obama on bathroom issueA Democrat hoping to replace Alan Grayson in Congress, spoke at Saturday's meeting of Villages Democratic Club at the Colony Cottage Recreation Center. The August 2014 issue of Opera News magazine spotlights the Lotte Lenya Competition in a lively two-page feature by arts writer Barry Singer (New York Times, New Yorker). Institute maximenu A two-year, five-semester graduate training program that includesa three-month residency at the Moscow Art Theater School in Russia.
A classically-trained pianist and self-taught guitarist and singer who turned to rock music in his teens, he studied classical music composition and theory at Haverford College with composers and mentors Harold Boatrite and John Davison, and has since found the blend of "serious" and "popular" music he has been looking for in music tied to narrative: music for stage, film and television. Her vocal gave “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow” a kind of soft, emotional blanket that made you feel warm inside. Then, in 1963, she cut a record called “I Will Follow Him,” and the 15-year old was singing on “American Bandstand” and topped the record charts.
Darrin Segrest of the Sumter County Sheriff's Office has successfully completed the FBI National Academy.
Having attended the finals in April, Singer describes the 2014 competition in detail and pinpoints the reasons the Lenya Competition is unique."The Lotte Lenya Competition asks singers to do the impossible," he writes.

He has written, arranged, orchestrated, produced, and performed music for all of the above while winning some awards and earning a few distinctions along the way. Musical theater, whether on an operatic or a Broadway stage, is an impossible construct, a teetering musical mass levitated by artistry, energy and alchemy. I’ve loved collaborating with arts organizations and academic institutions on Weill projects and encouraging the growth of young artists through the Lenya Competition and related activities.
In early 2012 he began a collaboration with Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Nilo Cruz (Anna in the Tropics) on a new one-person one-act musical titled Farhad or The Secret of Being that was presented by producer Paulette Haupt at Urban Stages in New York City in the fall of 2012. In honor of the sesquicentennial anniversary of the American Civil War, he is currently developing with his wife -- visual artist Ruth Bauer -- a new musical that looks back on those 19th century events from a 21st century perspective.
The project is being d eveloped under the auspices of Harvard University's American Repertory Theater.
He is also working on EXO, an experimental project which will turn his six year old Dagmar song-cycle into a staged performance-art concert, Jim has been an Artist-in-Residence at HERE Arts Center in New York, and is a recipient of the Jonathan Larson Performing Arts Foundation Grant.

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