The Athens-based trio's three-part harmony and engaging delivery have won them fans across the Midwest and even at the White House. The Local Girls have opened for Chubby Checker, accompanied David Bromberg and provided music for two award-winning PBS television series. Although much of their material focuses on the hot and vampy swing tunes of the '30s and '40's, they regularly perform their own arrangements of western, bebop, blues and standards.
Mimi Hart has sung a cappella with her two sisters since the age of 6. She has toured and recorded with the Allman Brothers, and sings backup for David Bromberg.
Gay Dalzell has toured extensively, singing a musical range from bluegrass to blues. She is featured on the Patrick Street album and performs with her husband, Bruce, as a jazz/folk duo.
Brenda Catania has toured in the Boston and San Francisco areas performing studio work, cabaret, musical theater and rock and roll, and shared the stage with artists including Etta James and Bonnie Bramlett.
Light refreshments will be served.
Greenup students plan benefit
Several students and teachers at Greenup County High School have put together a benefit for the Devin Rose Family from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Greenup Lions Club Building.
Devin Rose was the GCHS student who was killed in a car wreck two weeks ago. There will be crafts and foods available, and Santa will visit.
PLT presents ‘Gift of the Magi'
The Portsmouth Little Theatre will present “The Gift of the Magi,” with a music portion entitled, “Sounds of the Season” at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 2 p.m. Sunday at the theater, 1117 Lawson St. Tickets will be available at the door.
Water office to be closed Monday
The Northwest Regional Water District office in McDermott will be closed Monday for training.
Legion plans family dinner
James Dickey Post American Legion will have the Legion Family Christmas Dinner will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at 705 Court St. Social hour will be from 1 to 2 p.m. Sunday. Bring a dessert. Sign up downstairs to facilitate the ordering of food items.
From PDT staff reports