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Perry Evening Entertainment

Thursday, March 15

FMCA Town Center – 5:30 p.m.

Leading of the first night of entertainment will be Thomas Michael Riley and his original country music. The Texas native has recorded 10 CDs, including “Tommy,” for which he was awarded the Texas Music Album of The Year. He’s also been nominated for Texas Music Entertainer Of The Year and Texas Music Song of The Year. “He’s as real as it gets,” singer Willie Nelson has said.

Next on Thursday, get ready for Big Mike and the Booty Papas.This two-time Grammy-nominated group will treat listeners to a collection of tasty blues, contemporary R&B, country, and classic rock. The musicians hail from Macon, Georgia, and have been getting folks on their feet and “in the groove” since 1995. They include Michael Anthony Ventimiglia (“Big Mike”) and guitarist Hal Register. People have been known to dance in the aisles during their performances!

Friday, March 16

Reaves Arena – 7:30 p.m.

Get ready to dance the night away with The Grapevine, a 10-piece band specializing in music from the 1960s, ‘70s, and ‘80s. The horn section brings soul to the Motown, funk, disco, and beach songs that remain popular from those decades. Four male vocalists entertain as the group plays tunes made famous by The Temptations, Wilson Pickett, Prince, Wild Cherry, Chicago, the Doobie Brothers, and Stevie Wonder, for starters. It’s been said The Grapevine’s goal is to help the audience become better dancers!

Saturday, March 17

Reaves Arena – 7:30 p.m.

The Macon Pops also plans to have FMCAers “Dancin’ Through The Decades” with a symphonic presentation of music from the 1960s through the 2010s. Matt Catingub serves as conductor, performer, and host; vocals come from Christina Souza and drummer Steve Moretti. The studio and orchestral musicians in this 20-piece group put a fresh twist to familiar melodies. Prepare to hear tunes from Aretha Franklin; Earth, Wind & Fire; Kool & The Gang; Lionel Richie; Michael Jackson; Gloria Estefan; Pharrell Williams; Bruno Mars, and others. “It’s our goal to break down the barriers of what people think about orchestra,” Steve Moretti said.

Sunday, March 18

Reaves Arena – 7:30 p.m.

Anyone who has seen Southern humorist/speaker Jeanne Robertson is likely smiling right now upon reading her name in this article. The 6-foot-2-inch former Miss North Carolina, and Miss Congeniality winner in the Miss America Pageant is as funny as she is statuesque. Jeanne (who pronounces her name “Jeannie”) has taken her audiences to many levels of laughter with meandering stories and observations on life, told in a genteel Southern drawl. Her stories digress as she veers off-topic, provides commentary, and inserts one-liners. Jeanne currently is on her “Rocking Chair Tour” — a result of a broken femur, which has her occasionally resting in a rocking chair on stage while she continues to recuperate. One Perry convention attendee will be the winner of a prize drawing held during Jeanne’s performance.

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