CASA-MED

"JAZZ AND OTHER SHENANIGANS"

CASASANTA is a non-profit foundation that supports - and is supported by - the performing artists of the Greenbrier Valley and its environs.

 

CASASANTA was organized in West Virginia as a non-profit corporation, and is exempt from taxation as a public charity under IRC 501 (c)(3). FEIN: 27-1426968. Your contributions are tax deductible.

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BOB THOMPSON's

Sixth Annual "JOY TO LEWISBURG" concert,

with special guest, jazz vocalist

LANDAU EUGENE MURPHY, JR.

GREENBRIER VALLEY THEATRE

Sunday, Dec 17 at 6PM,

TICKETS $30 ONLINE; $35 @ DOOR

(click the RED TICKET at top of this page)

 
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BOB THOMPSON

Born in Jamaica Queen, Bob Thompson came to West Virgina for college at West Virginia State College in 1961 and, lucky for us, stayed. Bob is the state's most loved jazz musician and continues to win fans world-wide as the house pianist for NPR's "Mountain Stage." Bob's international tours have included Brazil, South America and Scandinavia. His annual holiday concerts for Public Radio International are the inspiration for his now sixth holiday concert in Lewisburg

FEATURED VOCALIST

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LANDAU EUGENE MURPHY, JR.

Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr., pride of Logan County, is the sixth season winner of NBC's "America's Got Talent" show, who has gone on to headline shows internationally, at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas, the Apollo Theater in New York, the Grove in Hollywood, the Fountainbleu in Miami Beach, and with the Boston Pops Orchestra, at the Mercedes Benz Arena in Shanghai, in addition to appearances before members of the Armed Forces of the United States in Europe

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DIRECTIONS: The GREENBRIER VALLEY THEATRE is located at 1038 Washington Street in Lewisburg's downtown historic district. From Exit 169 on Interstate 64, take Rt 219 South for 1.4 miles to the intersection with Route 60, turn left on Washington Street and GVT is on your right half way down the block.

PARKING: Continue down Washington Street, to the intersection of Lafayette (Exxon station is at corner), turn right on to Lafayette. The municipal parking lot is in the first block, a hundred yards on the left.