The Easton Public Library has classic literature on its shelves. On April 30, it will host an evening of classic songs of the 1940s, 50s and 60s sung by professional vocalist and entertainer, Tony B.
An American Songbook, a tribute to the song stylings of Sinatra, Bennett, Darin, Jolson, the Rat Pack and other noted performers, will take place from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. at Robertos Restaurant, 505 Main St., Monroe. Tickets priced at $100 benefit the library and include a full dinner, open bar and the show.
Recognized as a premier vocalist, Tony Bs credits include radio, Off-Broadway, movie soundtracks and corporate films. His high energy nightclub act has graced the stages of New York supper clubs and Atlantic City and Las Vegas casinos. To learn more about Tony B, his career and sample his vocal talents, visit his website at www.tonyb.org .Robertos Restaurant, selected by Connecticut Magazine readers as Fairfield Countys Best Italian Restaurant in 2010, will provide an intimate venue for Tony Bs swinging show. Dinner includes an appetizer, main course choice of grilled salmon, chicken marsala or New York strip steak with vegetable, potato, dessert and coffee.Reservations are required and can be made by calling the library at 203-261-0134. For more information, visit the librarys website at www.eastonlibrary.org .
Bernadette Baldino is the director of the Easton Public Library.
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