October 20, 2017, 2:23 am
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Night of nostalgia with Russell Thompkins Jr. and the New Stylistics

Audiences are definitely in for a musical treat like no other as Grand Leisure Corporation brings Russell Thompkins Jr. and the New Stylistics, in a one-night only concert this September 7, 8 p.m. at the world-class The Theatre at Solaire Resort and Casino.

Thompkins, together with Raymond Johnson and Jonathan Buckson, the singing trio, are committed and dedicated to the mission of providing quality representation of the group’s original recordings.

Expect endearing and fresh takes to the iconic hit songs and the unmatched showmanship and stage wonder that the trio brings.

Be ready to be enthralled, and yes, even a little teary eyed even as their vocal harmonies and emotional commitment enliven their most popular hits, such as “Betcha By Golly Wow,” “You’ll Never Get To Heaven If You Beak My Heart,” “Stop, Look, Listen,” “We Can Make It Happen,” “Miracle” and others.

Ably supported by their piano man and musical director, Kenny Thompson, 2017 marks the many years of the talented threesome. They will and shall continue with their tradition of delivering quality performances to their fans.

Russell Thompkins Jf. and the New Stylistics hold Manila dear in their hearts that is why they are bringing in a night of nostalgia and great music.

Partnering with Grand Leisure Corporation in this concert is Solaire Resort and Casino.

For tickets, please call TicketWorld at (02) 891-9999.
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