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Freddy Cole and Roseanna Vitro Concert


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Freddy Cole and Roseanna Vitro will perform at the Roswell Cultural Arts Center, 950 Forrest Street, Roswell, GA 30075 on Friday, June 27, 2003, at 8pm.

Freddy Cole is a Grammy-nominated international recording luminary and an extension of the dynamic family of musicians that include late brother, Nat King Cole, and niece, Natalie Cole. He will perform music including smooth selections from his 2003 CD release “In the name of love". Popular songs from the CD include “Just to see her again", “Have I told you lately that I love you", “Lady love", “I can’t make you love me" and more.

Roseanna Vitro was inducted into the Arkansas Jazz Hall of Fame in 1998 and has been lauded extensively by respected music critics. She will perform music material from one of her many CD recordings entitled “Catchin’ Some Rays - The music of Ray Charles". Popular selections from the CD include “Unchain my heart", “Don’t let the sun catch you crying", “One mint julep", “Night time is the right time", “Them that’s got", “Sticks and stones", “Roll with me baby", and more.

Tickets are available by calling the venue’s box office at 770.641.1260 and at the following Chapter 11 Bookstore locations: Peachtree Battle, Emory Commons, Sandy Springs Plaza, and Highland Plaza (Marietta).

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