Sunday, February 26, 2012


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Big Band Vocalist
Debby Boone
Swings into
Delray Beach

51 N Swinton Ave. Delray Beach FL 33444 (561)243-7922

March 2-3-4, 2012
Debby Boone - Reflections of Rosemary

Considered one of the greatest Big Band vocalists of a generation, Rosemary Clooney left her musical arrangements and legacy to her daughter-in-law, Debby Boone. The daughter of legendary 50’s icon Pat Boone, Debby has taken the music to new heights, mastering the timing, intonation and from-the-heart intimacy her mother-in-law perfected. Debby was recently featured on Oprah’s final season.

Debby Boone earned instant fame when her first single, “You Light Up My Life”, was an overnight hit. The tune claimed the #1 spot on the Billboard charts for 10 straight weeks and sold in excess of four million copies. “You Light Up My Life” ranks # 7 in Billboard Magazine’s The Hot 100’s All-Time Top-Charting Songs of the last five decades. Debby received the GRAMMY® Award for Best New Artist of the Year, and has since won two additional GRAMMY Awards, and seven GRAMMY nominations.

The Crest Theatre at Old School Square, restored from its historic roots as Delray High School (c. 1925) and dedicated in 1993, has become one of the most successful performing arts theatres in South Florida.  The Crest also serves as a showcase venue for other area community and professional arts organizations and continues to be in demand for a variety of music, dance and theatre performances as well as town meetings, corporate, private and media events.  Crest Theatre programs are sponsored in part by the Palm Beach County Tourist Development Council, the Florida Arts Council and the Palm Beach County Cultural Council.  Old School Square, located on the corner of Atlantic and Swinton Avenues, is a National Historic Site and Florida Cultural Institution also housing the Cornell Museum of Art & American Culture (in the restored 1913 Delray Elementary School building), Vintage Gymnasium (c. 1926), School of Art & Photography and outdoor Entertainment Pavilion – presenting art, music, theatre, dance, festivals and hosting a variety of other community events.  For information on programs, exhibits, classes, membership or facility rentals, call 561-243-7922 or visit

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