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Local Talent on Music in Park Stage

August 31, 2015

Antigo Daily Journal

Antigo Daily Journal

Antigo’s acclaimed music in the park is winding down its summer season in style in 2015.

On Thursday evening there was something new in the park, a local talent show, and it was amazing how much of it is out there.

The show drew an exceptionally nice crowd to the park for the evening of fun, music and smiles.

Using recorded accompaniment, the performers offered a different pace of entertainment after a summer of bluegrass, a touch of religious, polkas and waltzes and even marches and military numbers when the 451st. U.S. Army Band paid a weekend visit.

On Thursday, there were a few selections that stood out.

The evening started with two in a country western duo, Jocie and Ethan Hayek, singing “Anything You Can Do, I can Do Better.” It was a tremendous opener, especially with the western outfits. In fact, the Hayek family dominated much of the program.

The evening continued with plenty of smiles and in some cases, amazement that neighbors can sing like that.

Here is the evening’s program:

Jocie & Ethan Hayek, vocalist

“Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better”, “Annie Get your Gun” Irving Berlin

Elisabeth Eldridge, vocalist

“Let it Go” from “Frozen” Robert & Kristen Lopez

Bob Lomprey, Acoustic guitar/vocalist

“Angles Flying too Close to the Ground” Willy Nelson

Gabby Richling, vocalist

“Somewhere Over the Rainbow” Music by Harold Arlen and Lyrics by E.Y. Harburg “The Wizard of Oz”

Sarah McMahon, vocalist/percussion

“When I’m Gone” AP Carter & Louise Gerstein

Katherine Gorichan, trumpet

“”Why Don’t You do It Right” Joseph (Kansas Joe) McCoy

Sherrelle Schmidt, vocalist

“The Greatest Love of All “Whitney Houston, Michael Masser, Linda Creed

Allivia Zoern, vocalist with Colleen Krivoshein accompanist

“Se Tu M’ami” Composer: Giovanni Pergolasi

Aubrie Hayek, vocalist

“Walking After Midnight”, Patsy Cline, Alan Block, Donn Hecht

Gideon, Percilla, and Isaiah Hayak back up dance

Tyler Stone,


“Wipeout”, the Surfaris, Bob Berryhill, Pat Connolly, Jim Fuller, Ron Wilson

Amanda Zaverousky, vocalist

“He Knows My Name”, Tommy Walker

Dustin Tomson, vocalist

“I Believe I Can Fly”, R&B, R. Kelly

Michaela Tomczyk, vocalist

“Tomorrow” from Musical, “Annie” Music: Charles Strause, Lyrics: Martin Charnin

Emma Hale, vocalist

“Let Me Be Your Star” from “Smash” Marc Shaiman, Scott Wittman

Sarah Wurtinger, vocalist

“Only Hope” from a “Walk to Remember” by Mandy Moore

Denise Hale, vocalist

“Down at the Twist & Shout” Mary Chapin-Carpenter

Matthew & Gideon Hayek, vocalist

“Trouble” Music Jerry Lieber and Mike Stroller

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