photo by Damon R. Smith
Some of the country’s most talented performers will join former Broadway stars and Charleston producers Brad and Jennifer Moranz for “Let the Good Times Roll,” a summertime musical variety at the Charleston Music Hall. The all-new show features pop, rock and country favorites for four shows from July 22 to July 24.
Highlights include a duet version of Adele’s chart-topping “Hello” performed by Rodney Archie, principal soloist with the Harlem Gospel Choir, and Lakieta Bagwell-Graves, who has performed with Dolly Parton, Kim Carnes, Shelby Lynn, Loretta Lynn, Billy Ray Cyrus and others.
Teenage singing sensation Kindred Moore of Mount Pleasant returns to the show with a solo performance of “Part Of Your World” from the Disney film “The Little Mermaid.” Robbi Kenney also will showcase her talents as a violinist, including a dueling musical delight with Brad Moranz on guitar.
The show also includes such musical highlights as a medley of James Bond movie music and songs from “The Phantom of the Opera.”
Also performing in “Let the Good Times Roll” are Garrett Graham (former lead singer at the Starlite Theatre in Branson, Missouri), Tim McManus (featured singer in Dick Clark’s “American Bandstand Live” at Lake Tahoe, Nevada), and Charleston’s very own Tiffany Parker (former lead singer on international cruise ships).
Singer and ventriloquist Michael Minor is a crowd favorite as is Tamika Peoples, daughter of former Four Tops and Temptations lead singer, Theo Peoples. She will do a rousing rendition of Whitney Houston’s “I Wanna Dance with Somebody” and “One Fine Day,” performed in the 1960s by The Chiffons.
“Whatever your musical tastes you’ll recognize some of your favorites in this show,” Brad Moranz said. “We have assembled a professional cast of musicians, singers and dancers that will bring the old favorites back to life while showcasing today’s best hits.”
Show times are:
July 22, Friday 7 p.m.
July 23, Saturday 2 p.m.
July 23, Saturday 7 p.m.
July 24, Sunday 3 p.m.
Tickets are $36 for adults; $33 for seniors (age 62 and up) and military; $19 for students 21 and under; $16 for children 12 and under. Tickets are on sale at etix.com or by calling etix at 800-514-3849. (Additional etix fees may apply.) For more information on the show, visitwww.bradandjennifermoranz.com. Group rates are available; call 843-416-8453.
Purchase a Dinner & Show Ticket for a night out on the town. This ticket is $66 per person and includes one adult/senior ticket to “Let the Good Times Roll” and a pre-fixe dinner menu at Vincent Chicco’s, located next door to the Charleston Music Hall. Purchase Dinner & Show tickets atetix.com.