REDFIELD — The Prime Time Trio, featuring Bobby van Deusen at the piano and vocals, bassist Steve Pikal and drummer Tony Martin, will perform at the South Dakota Developmental Center Auditorium Sunday, Nov. 5, at 3 p.m. for a matinee performance.
The Redfield Area Concert Association is pleased to bring this crowd favorite to the stage in Redfield as the second concert of our series.
Bobby van Deusen is based in Florida, but has been an occasional guest performer with the Barbary Coast Show Band. He really gets the audience involved by way of Sing-a-longs and non-stop fun on stage and in the audience.
A Philadelphia native, he turned pro in 1976, and moved south migrating into the world of Dixieland and jazz. He was a regular pianist for Pete Fountain, Al Hirt, and other big names of New Orleans. In the 1980s he was a major player and was touring with Sammy Davis, Jr. A ham who loves to entertain his audience, van Deusen’s repertoire is huge, including everything from the Pink Panther and Alley Cat to show tunes from Sound of Music, Phantom, My Fair Lady, Oklahoma, Fiddler on the Roof, and many others.
Admittance to this, and all RACA performances, is by season membership in the Redfield Area Concert Association. With a season membership in the Redfield Area Concert Association patrons can attend 10 different remaining concerts in Redfield, Huron, Pierre and Gettysburg.
For more information or to get your membership, contact Mary Ellen at 472-2991, or Arleen at 472-3001.