Nat 'King' Cole: Long Live the King: Allan Harris in Cabaret Concert
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The last date listed for Allan Harris in Nat 'King' Cole: Long Live the King was Thursday October 8, 2009 / 7:00pm.
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The show was better than I could have imaged. He wasn't only a very talented singer, he also shared history about Nat King Cole, he had a lot of personality, along with having a really good band, which the saxaphone player was funny, well worth every dime.