In Harmony to play in Wednesday Night Concert Series

The Greenwich Department of Parks and Recreation has announced that In Harmony will be performing on Wednesday, Aug. 20 from 7:15 to 8:45 p.m. at Roger Sherman Baldwin Park.

In Harmony is one of New England’s premier oldies groups. This sweet sounding vocal ensemble is comprised of three guys, and three women and a multi-talented synthesizer/keyboardist.

The group, consisting of Dee Heavrin, Robin Miller, Scott Poarch, Lenny Seiter, Adrienne Lisko and Peter Randazzo, have always found great joy in singing such classics as At the Hop, Be My Baby, I Wonder Why, and Duke of Earl.

While performing together for many years, the group has worked with such legendary Doo-Wop acts as Johnny Maestro & The Brookly Bridge. The Drifters, The Platters and The Dimensions. They were also called to perform at the White House for President Bill Clinton, and at the home of Terry Stewart, CEO of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1998.

The group has recorded two songs Lonely Way, and Come Back to Me which can be heard on the Starlight Serenade 2000 Doo-Wop compilation CD. The rain date for the concert is Thursday, Aug. 21. For rain cancellation information call 203-861-6100.

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