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Thursday, October 4, 2018
Ocean City Performing Arts Center
4001 Coastal Highway

Coming to the OC Performing Arts Center Thursday October 4th is one of the world's most sophisticated, lasting and imitated vocal groups, Rockapella! Rockapella has shown audiences everywhere the raw power of pure vocal talent and originality. Rockapella features Scott Leonard (High Tenor), Jeff Thacher (Vocal Percussionist), Calvin Jones (Tenor), Mitchell Rains (Tenor) and Bryant Vance (Bass). USA Today summed up their lasting appeal: "The best musical instrument of all is the human voice - if you've seen Rockapella you know that's the truth." The New York Times agrees, they're "Pure Entertainment"!

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Thursday, February 14, 2019
Rehoboth Beach Convention Center
229 Rehoboth Ave,
Rehoboth Beach DE 19971


Meredith Baxter (Jean) has been an actress for 47 years; she’s also a writer, artist and mother of five, grandmother of three. She has starred in four series, including the long-running “Family Ties.” She’s been nominated for four Emmys, and made about sixty movies for television, among them “Betty Broderick: A Woman Scorned.” She’s been in a smattering of plays: Butterflies Are Free, Vanities, Country Wife, toured with Talley’s Folly, Diaries of Adam and Eve and about 30 different productions of Love Letters around the country. Baxter’s New York Times bestselling book, UNTIED, a Memoir of Fame, Family and Floundering, was published in March, 2011. Meredith has performed with Speaking of Stories at Santa Barbara’s Center Stage, and recently she and Michael Gross gave a fundraiser for them with performances of Love Letters. She is a speaker on issues as diverse as alcohol abuse, domestic abuse, breast cancer, abortion rights, and LGBT issues. Aging gracefully with purpose, she just might be writing and speaking about that, too. Baxter lives in Santa Barbara, California, with her wife, Nancy Locke.

Michael Gross During his forty-year career actor Michael Gross, perhaps best known for his portrayal of father Steven Keaton on NBC.s award-winning Family Ties, has portrayed a remarkable range of character including recurring roles on the Drew Carey Show, ER, How I Met Your Mother, Suits and Grace and Frankie. His current projects include a recurring role on The Affair, a guest star role on television’s new AP Bio, the feature film release of Camp Cool Kids, the DVD and on-demand release of Last Call at Murray’s and the reprise of his role as “Burt Gunner” in Tremors 6, to be rereleased by NBC Universal in May, 2018.  He is currently working as an exceptionally large else on a new Disney feature for the 2019 holidays.  Mr. Gross is a graduate of the University of Illinois at Chicago and the School of Drama at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut.  He and his wife, former casting director Elza Bergeron have been married for thirty-plus years with two children and grandchildren.  He is the recipient of the American Hero Award for his charitable activities.

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Tuesday March 5, 2019
Ocean City Performing Arts Center 
4001 Coastal Highway
Ocean City MD 21842

Six-time Grammy Award winners, The Chieftains, are coming to the Ocean City Maryland Convention Center Tuesday, March 5, 2019.   Highly recognized for reinventing traditional Irish music on a contemporary and International scale, The Chieftains have the ability to transcend musical boundaries to blend tradition with modern music that has notably hailed them as one of the most renowned and revered musical groups to this day.

As cultural ambassadors, their performances have been linked with seminal historic events, such as being the first Western musicians to perform on the Great Wall of China, participating in Roger Water’s “The Wall” performance in Berlin in 1990, and being the first ensemble to perform a concert in the Capitol Building in Washington DC. In 2010, their experimental collaborations extended to out of this world, when Paddy Moloney’s whistle and Matt Molloy’s flute travelled with NASA astronaut, Cady Coleman, to the International Space Station. 

Although their early following was purely a folk audience, the range and variation of their music and accompanying musicians quickly captured a much broader audience, elevating their status to the likeness of fellow Irish band, U2.

After fifty years of making some of the most beautiful music in the world, The Chieftains' music remains as fresh and relevant as when they first began.

Harrison Group HMRA OCMD


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