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Jun 27
Jun 29

Happy Days Are Here Again

Experience an unforgettable evening of music!  

With one hit after the other, and one classic song after the other, Leisa Way and Friends share the timeless songs of The Great American Songbook.  

This influential era of music began in the early 20th century, and continues to be written today. Leisa Way’s powerhouse quartet of superb musicians are fine interpreters of melody, story and song.  Doug Balfour (vocals & piano), Bob Hewus (vocals & bass), Fred Smith (vocals & guitar) & Nathan Smith (vocals & jazz violin) unite for this very special concert.

Happy Days Are Here Again, as Leisa Way & Friends explore and celebrate the limitless possibilities of The Great American Songbook from the classics of yesterday – to the new standards of today!


With Leisa Way, Fred Smith, Bob Hewus, Nathan Smith, & Doug Balfour 


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Opera House

87 Broadway

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