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The Carpenters Once More

Location: 200 N. Main St, Fairfield, IA 52556
Event Date: Sun, Jul 23, 2017
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The Carpenters Once More

Sun, Jul 23 | 7:30 PM

Celebrating the music and unforgettable voice of the Carpenters

Sondheim Theater

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Sun, Jul 23 | 7:30 PM

Celebrate the unforgettable music of the famous duo with CARPENTERS ONCE MORE, featuring Branson award-winning vocalist, Diana Lynn. 

Relive the music of the brother-sister duo featuring the memorable voice of Karen Carpenter and the love songs that have cemented their place among the best groups of all time.  From the birth of this dynamic duo to the last of their public performances, this heartwarming show highlights hits like "Yesterday Once More," "Close To You," "For All We Know," "We've Only Just Begun," "Postman," "Ticket To Ride" and many more!

For those younger baby boomers who loved the songs of the seventies soft rock duo, Diana Lynn will take guests back in time to when the Carpenters were at the top of the music world. Though she died in 1983, when Diana sings her songs, it is as if Carpenter was singing them.

Branson vocal royalty, DIANA FLYNN
Lynn has been entertaining audiences since she was three years old. Singing with her brother at a young age, Lynn and he became known as the "Donny and Marie" of Christian music, traveling all around the United States.

Lynn took a break from entertaining to raise a family. She worked in sales, marketing, as a magician's assistant and in nursing but eventually decided to follow her life's dream of entertaining. She moved to Branson 15 years ago, she has performed as the lead female vocal in a Neil Diamond Tribute all over the United States. She co-starred in the hit production, "Duets," with her husband and Neil Diamond look-and-sound-alike, Keith Allyn.

In Branson "The Carpenters Once More" tribute show was nominated for Show of the Year and Tribute Artist of the Year by Branson Show Awards and was nominated for the Branson-based Terry Music Awards including Best Matinee Show of the Year.

Young baby boomers will remember Karen Carpenter singing, "I Need to Be in Love" and "For All We Know," and many others.

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