(PRESS RELEASE)_(Boca Raton, FL – August 29, 2018) “If nominations for the first couple of Palm Beach County music were held, vocalist Jill Switzer and multi-instrumentalist Rich Switzer would be near the top of the list of candidates,” according to Florida Weekly.
Fans of the deliciously delightful co-hosts of The Morning Lounge on Legends 100.3 FM, now have a great opportunity to enjoy them live in The Radio Hour with Jill & Rich on Saturday, September 8, at The Wick Theatre & Costume Museum, 7901 N. Federal Hwy. in Boca Raton.
Backed by a stellar band – Paul Shewchuk on upright bass, Frank Derrick on drums, and Lindsay Blair on guitar – Jill and Rich will swing, sway and seduce the audience with songs like Too Darn Hot, Lies of Handsome Men, Europa and Mr. Paganini.
The musical married twosome will be joined on stage by celebrated Broadway and cabaret star Avery Sommers, as well as two Young Artist Award winners from the Society for the Preservation of the Great American Songbook: Chris Santiago (2018/19) and Clanaven Baldonado (2015/16).
Pre-show dining begins at 6 pm, with the performance at 8 pm, followed immediately by dancing. Tickets are $125 each for dinner, show and dancing, and $55 - $65 for show only. They are available for purchase now by going online at www.TheWick.org or by calling 561.995.2333. The concert is sponsored by Legends 100.3 FM and Humana.
About Jill & Rich Switzer:
The co-hosts of The Morning Lounge on Legends 100.3 FM, daily from 6 to 10 am, Jill & Rich Switzer have both had sterling musical careers.
Jill has headlined at Birdland in NYC, locally at The Colony’s Royal Room, and with the Palm Beach Pops, and has shared the stage with Ann Hampton Callaway, John Pizzarelli, and Mary Wilson of The Supremes, to name a few, and has recorded with The Four Freshmen and Nicolas King. She has released several CDs including By Special Request, and is the author of The Diva Next Door: How to Be a Singing Star Wherever You Are.
Rich is a gifted pianist/composer, who has been entertaining audiences in South Florida for the past 32 years. His four CDs of melodic piano instrumentals have made a significant mark musically, beginning with his debut release, Quiet Storm. He’s also an honorary Board member of The Society for the Preservation of the Great American Songbook.
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