GREENE — Base baritone vocalist Larry Gowell will perform a two-part program at the Sawyer Memorial at 2 and 7 p.m., on Friday, April 17.

The first half of the program will consist of songs from the American songbook: “Put On A Happy Face,” “Night And Day,” “Some Enchanted Evening,” “For Once in My Life,” “It Had to Be You,” “The Very Thought Of You,” “Stardust,” “MAME,” “You Don’t Know Me”, “I Got To Be Me” and “That’s Life”.

The second half will be a tribute to Elvis, singing some of his songs from the Alola concert in 1973, “I’ll Remember You,” “Stuck On You,” “Can’t Help Falling In Love,” “I Can’t Stop Loving You,” “The Wonder Of You,” “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry,” “Blue Suede Shoes,” “In The Getto,” “Welcome To My World,” “Steamroller Blues,” “Blue Hawaii,” “Don’t Be Crue,l” ‘I Believe,” and “You Gave Me A Mountain.”

Gowell has been playing at nursing homes and other venues for several years and also plays the piano and flugelhorn. A supporter of the Good Sheperd Food Bank, he will donate half the proceeds from the sale of his albums to that cause.

 The Sawyer Memorial is at 371 Sawyer Road. Free admission; doors will open one hour before shows. For more information call 946-5311 or go online to www-sawyer-foundation.com


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