Mahoney Brothers return to area for show on Saturday
Don’t miss the opportunity to see the “world’s greatest musical impersonation show” when the Mahoney Brothers performSaturday in Mount Carmel.
With 15 to 20 costume changes, they appear as Elvis, Willie Nelson, Neil Diamond, Roy Orbison, Billy Joel, The Beatles, The Beach Boys, Jerry Lee Lewis and more. The Mahoney Brothers have performed more than 5,000 shows all over the world, including many casinos and cruise ships.
The first set will honor all of our local school districts andVietnam veterans will be honored during intermission.
“Our heroes, when returning fromthis dreadful war, were never honored with parades, were spat on and treated with ridicule. They had trouble finding jobs and getting medical treatment. Be there to pay tribute to these forgotten heroes,” Joe Cesari, event coordinator, said.
Attendees will receive a special treatwhen two students from Southern Columbia Area School District, fourth- graderMichaelaWilliams and ninth- grader Chase Petro, performthe national anthem on violins as the American flag is presented.
The showwill take place at 7 p. m. at Mount Carmel Area High School auditorium, with doors opening at 6 p. m. Tickets can be purchased at Academy Sports, Mount Carmel, and the Subway atWalmart, Coal Township. Tickets will also be sold at the door before the show. Price is $ 20 per ticket. Vietnam veterans, with proper identification, can purchase a ticket at the door for $ 10.
Proceeds will be used for area youth and recreation programs. The showis sponsored by theKulpmont Cruise Association.
For more information, call Cesari at 570- 373- 3561.
Southern Columbia Area fourth- grader Michaela Williams, third from left, and ninthgrader Chase Petro, third from right, will play a violin duet of the national anthem at the Mahoney Brothers concert honoring veterans on Saturday. Pictured with the students are, from left, event coordinator Joe Cesari, Andy Bubnis, Al Riedel, Jodie Martino, Anthony Candelora and John A. Swetra Sr.