Hi Folks!! Ever since Covid I have been doing a LIVE Happy hour almost every Sunday. On April 21 I will it will be 4 years of doing these shows and it will be my last one except for an occasional pop-up or special occasion. This will be Show #166!! Unbelievable. Because of copyright issues FB will not allow me to do shows without muting some of the songs. Hopefully I'll make it through on April 21. I'll try to keep it under an hour. Cheers Everyone!! see you then. Tune in to at 4pm and have your cocktail in hand!


Enjoy the great country duets and hits through the years with Bobby Vandell and Colleen Raye. These two talented performers have a perfect vocal blend and natural rapport with the audience. You’ll hear songs from Johhny and June, Loretta and Conway, Lady A, Kenny and Dolly, Crystal Gayle and Eddie Rabbit, as well as Mary Chapin Carpenter, Waylon and Willie, Hank Williams, Allison Krauss, Merle Haggard, Patsy Cline/Jim Reeves, Shania Twian, The Everly Brothers and more. Featuring music heard on PBS COUNTRY MUSIC

Backed by The Midwest Wranglers, a band of world class country musicians, this show is filled with some of the best country music ever, sung with heart and soul and a big dose of fun!


Girl Singers of the Hit Parade Featuring The Music of Rosemary Clooney, Patti Page, Connie Francis, Doris Day and Peggy Lee

“The Girl Singers of the Hit Parade” is a truly entertaining show jam-packed with hit after hit from some of the best-loved female vocalists of all-time. You’ll not only hear fantastic music performed by an outstanding cast, Colleen Raye, Jennifer Grimm, and Debbie O’Keefe, but also take a nostalgic trip back to a simpler time. Accompanied by a trio of extraordinary musicians, the music has a “true to the era” sound with background vocals and instrumentals. Sit back and enjoy your favorites from Rosemary Clooney; “Hey There”, “Come Ona My House”, Patti Page; “Tennessee Waltz”, “Old Cape Cod”, Doris Day; “Que Sera, Sera”, “Secret Love” , Connie Francis; “Where The Boys Are”, “Who’s Sorry Now” and Peggy Lee; “Is That All There Is?”, and “Fever” just to mention a few. Audiences join in singing, and sometimes dancing, to their favorites, laughing along with some of the novelty tunes and stories, and even getting a little teary-eyed during some of the familiar ballads. Great music, laughter and a trip down memory lane awaits you. Don’t miss this unforgettable show.