Monday, July 26, 2010
Join us for a hilarious evening listening to recordings of the rich and famous whose ventures into the music biz were far from spectacular at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, July 27, at the Warmack Branch Library, 760 Bardin Road.
Authors/disc jockeys Pat Reeder and George Gimarc introduce you to the world of celebrity vanity song recordings. They are the co-authors of “Hollywood Hi-Fi,” the hilarious history of obscure celebrity recordings.
“Hollywood Hi-Fi” exposes in affectionate but laugh-out-loud style some of the woebegone musical side projects of the most famous names in showbiz history including Bette Davis, Clint Eastwood, Sylvester Stallone, Burt Reynolds, Jack Webb, Joan Rivers and many more. In their uproarious live presentation, Pat and George share the stories of how these long-buried projects were born, show priceless collector’s item LP covers and play actual clips of the stars’ astounding musical virtuosity.