GREENVILLE, S. C. – Entertainment Plus Creations is excited to announce that big band singer Larry DeAngelo will be returning to sing at the Shriners Hospital for Children in Greenville, South Carolina on May 9.
In January, Larry performed to an enthusiastic reception at a benefit concert at the hospital, highlighting many of the tracks from his Everything Happens to Me and Night and Day releases, as well as snippets from The Al Jolson Project/featuring Larry DeAngelo and Friends, soon to be released by Entertainment Plus Creations.
If you plan on being in the area, please join us for this event. The show starts at 10 a.m. Eastern time and will also be shown on Facebook Live via the Entertainment Plus Creations page.
Larry will be accompanied by John Martin of Sitnspin Studio, where much of this chart-busting work was produced and recorded.
“I was psyched by the enthusiasm and support from the Shriners folks in January and plan to expand the repertoire into other work like Blue Gardenia, a moody song written by Bob Russell and Lester Lee and delivered by Nat King Cole in a 1953 Fritz Lang film of the same name,” says DeAngelo.
“Anyway, apart from how much I enjoy singing these songs, the work that Shriners does for these kids is remarkable and I’m proud to show my support,” he adds.
Entertainment Plus Creations is comprised of the vocal stylings of Larry DeAngelo, the artwork of his late wife, Judith Carlson-DeAngelo and the journalism of their longtime friend Ed Zwirn. For more information, go to www.entertainmentpluscreations.com or contact Ed Zwirn at EZwirn@msn.com
Shriners Hospitals for Children is one of the largest pediatric sub-specialty health care systems in the world, providing specialized care to children with orthopaedic conditions, burns, spinal cord injuries, and cleft lip and palate. The organization is dedicated to improving the lives of children through innovative care, world-class research and outstanding teaching programs for medical professionals. Each of its 22 locations specializes in one or more of these broad service lines. All care and services are provided to children up to age 18 regardless of the families’ ability to pay.