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Joey Singer

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Tuesday, October 25, 2011 - 6:00pm

Joey Singer’s career has spanned many different arenas, from nightclubs and concert halls to television and recording studios. He is presently Music Director for Debbie Reynolds a post he has held for eighteen years. In addition to conducting the national tour of “The Unsinkable Molly Brown”, for Ms. Reynolds, he also accompanied her with the Boston Pops on their 4th of July celebration, “Pops Goes the Fourth” for A&E television and has appeared several times on the “Tonight Show”. Joey has also played and conducted for a host of other celebrities including Johnny Mathis, Henry Mancini, Toni Tenille and Dame Shirley Bassey in her triumphant Las Vegas return. Joey can be heard with Mr. Mathis on the highly acclaimed “Chances Are-Live in Concert” for PBS and also on the popular daytime drama “Days of our Lives”. Mr. Singer has conducted some of the country’s finest orchestras including the Dallas Symphony, the Utah Symphony, the Minnesota Orchestra and the Detroit Symphony. An accomplished jazz musician, Joey has performed with many notable artists including Rosemary Clooney, Eileen Farrell, Harry James, the Mills Brothers, Gerry Mulligan, Zoot Sims and Kevin Stout.

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