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Hooker Dunham Theater Hosts Tribute to Showbiz History’s Greatest Legends


A One-night Lineup Unlike Any Other Show You’ll See


BRATTLEBORO, Vt.—In a one-night tour through several of pop music’s historic high points, an eclectic revue of entertainment giants will take the stage at the Hooker Dunham Theater downtown.


On Saturday, Sept. 20, beginning at 8 p.m., the beloved Main Street theater will feature a lineup that offers something for every music lover:


  • Simon and Garfunkel, back together

  • Freddie Mercury, with a cameo by David Bowie

  • the King of Pop, Michael Jackson flashing his moves

  • Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin in a Rat Pack Comeback

  • Elvis Presley and the hip swivel

  • Jake and Elwood, the Blues Brothers


There is simply nothing else quite like this well-rounded roundup of pop legends, portrayed by a group of longtime Pioneer Valley performers under the production of Toast of the Town Entertainment, based in Erving, Mass.


Each of these portrayers boasts a long and broad record of performance locally, regionally and worldwide, both in solo and group settings, and across the board of genres, including rock, jazz, pop, classical, country and funk, as well as in theater, dance and comedy.


Toast of the Town Entertainers include:


  • Rob Fletcher, an exceptional vocalist who has performed at Woodstock ’94, the International Festival of Arts and Ideas, the Hudson Valley Jazz Festival and many other venues, was described by the New York Times as “soulful to funny.”


  • Laura Herbert, singer, bass player and acclaimed tribute artist whose work has been featured on BBC Mundo and AOL News. One of the only female Elvis  or Michael Jackson tribute artists in North America, Herbert captures the spirit and essence both legends in her own unique and dynamic way.


  • Eric Weld is a jazz and pop pianist, vocalist and trumpeter who has performed for more than a quarter century in clubs, concert venues and events around the world. He is honored to portray some of popular music’s most historic artists.


  • Lou Manzi



There are many tribute acts, but few who seek to embody the legendary entertainers they are portraying like the Toast of the Town group.


Laugh along, sing along and move your body to the sounds of history’s great performers



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