For The Vista
Three vocalists are joining the Swing Street Big Band for the group’s Thursday, April 3 concert at the Fairfield Glade Community and Conference Center kicking off the resort’s spring and summer social dancing season.
Two of the vocalists are regulars with the 18-piece big band. They are Rusty McClanahan, who has developed a following in the area with performances at the Cumberland County Playhouse and Crossville’s history Palace Theater.
The other local singer is Wanda Hepburn, who has been part of the Fairfield Glade big band performances since 1997.
The third singer is Larry Boggs, Indianapolis, Indiana native and Fairfield Glade timeshare owner who has joined the band at various times over the last two years.
McClanahan’s performances will include: “Ain’t That a Kick in the Head,” “Witchcraft,” and “The Way You Look Tonight.”
Hepburn’s vocals will include: “Moonlight in Vermont,” Orange Colored Sky,” and “You Do something To Me.”
McClanahan and Hepburn will join for duets on “I Won’t Dance,” “Tennessee Waltz,” and “Goodnight Sweetheart.”
Boggs will offer his versions of “The Last Waltz,” and “Nice and Easy.”
The band will also play a variety of ballroom tempos including fox trot, waltz, cha cha, and rumba.
A tango and a line dance are also on the program.
Tables for the dance concert seat eight persons and may be reserved.
Beverages are available for purchase. Guests may bring snacks.
Tickets are $27.50 per couple ($13.75 per person), including tax, in advance, and $33 per couple ($16.50 per person), at the door the night of the event.
Reservations can be made and tickets paid prior to the event at the Center. Phone reservations may be charged to a credit card by calling the Center at 931-484-3722.
The Community and Conference Center accommodates approximately 130 persons for the dance.
The Fairfield Glade Community and Conference Center is at 128 Stonehenge Road, six miles north of I-40 (Exist 322, Peavine Road).