FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
to sing at Lincoln Center in New York City
April 25 & 26
South Carolina's "First Lady Of Song"
Loretta Holloway will be guest vocalist when the Skipp Pearson Jazz Foundation presents "Conversations in Swing" saluting the Big Band/Swing Music Era at Lincoln Center in New
York City. The two day event is in celebration of Jazz History Month.
Holloway, a native of Belton, South Carolina, recently traveled to Arlington, VA., with the Skipp Pearson Jazz Foundation Orchestra for the South Carolina/New Hampshire "Grits and Granite Inaugural Ball" and the historic inauguration
of President Barack Obama.
Holloway is no stranger to the Big Apple having starred in the
Off Broadway production of MAMA, I WANT TO SING, II.,
at the Heckscher Theater. Loretta portrayed the life of her friend and world renowned recording artist the late DORIS TROY
(Just One Look).
"Conversations in Swing" takes place Saturday, April 25 and Sunday, April 26, 2009, 2:00 pm to 4 pm. (in the afternoon) at the
Frederick P. Rose Hall/Jazz At Lincoln Center, 33 West 60th Street, 11th Floor, New York City.
For information contact
Shirley Fields- Martin, Executive Director
of The Skipp Pearson Foundation
and visit www.Lorettaholloway.com,
(photo credit: Dante Holloway)