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Big time vocalists to perform in PTC

The stage at The Frederick Brown Jr. Amphitheater has featured a number of legendary artists over the years. The trend continues this Saturday when Roberta Flack and Peabo Bryson perform.

Flack, a skilled artist in pop, soul, jazz and folk, is known for hits like “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face,” “Where Is the Love (with Donny Hathaway), “Killing Me Softly With His Song,” Tonight I Celebrate My Love,” and many more.

Bryson, who has performed duets with Flack, as well as artists like Natalie Cole and Kenny G, is also a producer and songwriter. He is perhaps best known for his vocals on the Disney hits “A Whole New World,” with Regina Belle and “Beauty and the Beast: with Celene Dion. Both songs won Grammy Awards.

Bryson and Flack, who recorded “Tonight I Celebrate My Love” together, also recorded “You’re Looking Like Love to Me” and “I Just Came Here to Dance.” In February of this year, Flack released an album of Beatles covers. Bryson has appeared in theater and operatic productions.

Lawn tickets are available for $45, while reserved seats range in price from $55-$75. A Gold or Terrace Table is $600. Tickets are available at The Fred box office or at www.ticketalternative.com.

For more information, visit www.amphitheater.org.

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