NORWICH – On Monday, April 4 the Monday Evening Music Club invites and encourages the public to attend a performance by two well known local musicians. Joe Lombardi and Tom Rasely will provide you with an opportunity to not only listen to great music, but to participate as well.
Joe graduated from Earlville High School in 1956. He began playing the guitar for a class play that year and has been playing and performing in the area ever since. He will be playing and singing what he calls “easy listening” music from the 1920s through the 1950s. Joe, now retired after working for NBT for twenty-nine years, lives in Norwich.
Tom Rasely is a professional guitarist, composer, arranger, performer, teacher and recording artist. He has appeared as guest artist with the Syracuse Symphony Holiday Pops and as a featured artist on over two dozen recordings. He has also performed twice at the White House. Tom will be playing and singing original works. He lives in McDonough with his wife Cindy.
The program will conclude with both artists leading the audience in a “Sing a Long” that promises to be fun filled. Please join us for this free concert to be held on Monday, April 4 at the United Church of Christ on West Main St. in Norwich at 7:30 p.m. Those in attendance will have an opportunity to donate to the Monday Evening Music Club Scholarship fund if they so wish.