Chazz Palminteri Stars in His Hit Solo Show A Bronx Tale
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The last date listed for Chazz Palminteri in A Bronx Tale was Tuesday May 13, 2014 / 7:30pm.
Currently at The Smith Center for the Performing Arts - Reynolds Hall:
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The quartet behind the Grammy-nominated album Dave Koz and Friends Summer Horns brings the great brassy hits of the '60s and '70s from Earth, Wind & Fire, Chicago and more to The Smith Center stage. L.A. native Koz is a smooth jazz-pop superstar who's probably best known for his crossover singles "You Make Me Smile," the theme song to General Hospital, and his stirring rendition of "White Christmas" and other holiday favorites. Joining him on stage are fellow sax masters Mindi Abair, who recently toured with Aerosmith and has 10 No. 1 jazz singles to her credit, million-selling new jazz-funk artist Gerald Albright and Scotland's own Richard Elliot, formerly of Tower of Power and now dubbed "the reigning merchant of soul jazz." Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Merrie Gayle Freeman
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This was the quickest 84 minutes in the theatre I have ever experienced! Excellent story, well written and acted by the great Mr. Chazz. There was humor and drama which kept the story line flowing and incredibly entertaining. An excellent night at the theatre.
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