Hollywood Vibe, Susanville aims to entertain

Hollywood Vibe, Susanville performs at 7 p.m. Friday April 27 and Saturday, April 28 at the Veterans Hall, Susanville.

Proceeds from the event support the local Youth Symphony Program.

Hollywood Vibe, Susanville is a production designed to make you sing along, dance in your seat and out of your seat and remember that each of us has a story.

“The show brings generations together; mixing different styles and eras of music and bringing them together to create a beautiful memory for all,” said Jessica Wade

This season, the show is centered around empowerment — songs that remind you of your self journey.

The Vibe Tribe (cast members) are vast and unique. We have Stu Speer, guitarist, Greg Dood, bass and Adam Skillen, drums- rounding out the band. Then we bring in Jeremy Couso on keys and vocals along with his mentor and inspiration, Dennis Roberts. Ben Wade, the conductor of the Susanville Symphony, will play trumpet along with the brass quartet and jazz ensemble. This crew will inspire young musicians.

The performance section is led by Jessica Wade and incorporates dancers and performers of all ages. JandJ instructors Celeste Wiser, Kat Guess, Ashleigh Adair, Coralyn Desselle and Ashley Lively will perform as singers and dancers, and the JandJ competitive dance teams will perform. The show also has a sultry number performed by MSYG (Mister Steal Yo Girl), a local dance crew. The show is tied together with talented kids, teens and adults who love what they do.

Vocalists Kaitlyn Wilson will perform, “If I Were a Boy,” from Beyonce, and David Villanueva infuses opera with the pop favorite “Perfect” by Ed Sheeran. The stage is set up as a fashion show runway., and the performance of VOGUE has cast members walking the catwalk. The band will rock out to “Fire” by Jimi Hendrix and the Jazz Ensemble will get loud with “Birdland,” along with many other amazing numbers.

Bring your family, your friends and prepare for a night out. You will leave singing and dancing from joy.

Tickets for the event are available at Margie’s Book Nook and JandJ Performing Arts.