continued When he was a kid, Keith sang barbershop-style songs with his three brothers, Don Jr., Mark and Paul.
“Singing all those harmonies with my brothers helps me to be able to sing duets with Maria,” Condon said.
Among the duets they sing are Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway’s “Where is the Love?” and “How Do You Keep the Music Playing?” popularized by James Ingram and Patti Austin. A cool, calm and confident vocalist who channels everyone from Frank Sinatra to Michael Buble, Condon is the son of Donald and JeanEllen White Condon.
Salt City Sunday coordinator Matt Vacanti is proud to be presenting all-local talent.
“There are a lot of great festivals in the area, but we wanted to create an event that celebrated artists and musicians from Central New York,” Vacanti said. To complement the stage entertainment, a variety of visual artists including painters, crafters and woodworkers will display and sell their work at the park that afternoon. The Liverpool Is The Place Committee will sell beverages and freshly popped popcorn.
For info, visit saltcitysunday.com, or call Matt Vacanti at 622-1928.
Tom accompanies Jane
When multiple Grammy-nominee Jane Monheit steps up to the microphone on Thursday, July 19, at Beard Park in Fayetteville, she’ll be backed by Liverpool High School alumnus Tom Bronzetti on guitar.
Jane, whose vibrant voice beautifies Bronzetti’s debut disc “Make Someone Happy,” will be joined at Beard Park by Sammys Hall of Fame scat singer Ronnie Leigh, who doubles as the concert’s artistic director.
The July 19 event begins at 6:30 p.m. and is jointly hosted by the Fayetteville Free Library, the Motto Sheet Music Collection and the village of Fayetteville. Admission is free; 637-6374, ext. 328, fayettevillefreelibrary.org.
The Fayetteville Free Library has partnered with sponsor Texas Roadhouse of DeWitt to sell pulled-pork sandwiches at the park with proceeds benefiting the library.