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The Lettermen ... live in concert in Watertown

The Disabled Persons Action Organization (DPAO) and the Northern New York Community Foundation presents

 

The Lettermen

The Disabled Persons Action Organization (DPAO) and the Northern New York Community Foundation presents ... The Lettermen ... live in concert on Friday, April 21st at 7:30 p.m. at the Dulles State Office Building in watertown.

Tickets for DPAO's Spring Show ... The Lettermen ... are $20 each and may be purchased by calling DPAO at (315)-782-0044 or by visiting any of the watertown Kinney Drugs Store locations.

The Lettermen trio began as a group in 1959 and signed with Capitol Records in 1961. Tony Butala is the group's only original member. The group's first hit was "The Way You Look Tonight" in 1961. Other hits include "Turn Around, Look at Me," "When I Fall in Love," "Goin' Out of My Head/Can't Take My Eyes Off You" and "Put Your Head on My Shoulder."

The Lettermen signature sound made romantic hit standards of love songs such as "Smile," "Put Your Head On My Shoulder," "Shangri-La,"

"Love," "Traces/Memories" and on and on. Among the 32 consecutive albums, which charted in the Top 100 in the United States, four were certified gold: "The Lettermen!!!...And Live!" (1967), "Goin' Out Of My Head" (1968), "Best of The Lettermen" (1969) and "Hurt So Bad" (1970).

The '60's and '70's saw The Lettermen score over 25 chart hit singles, including "Theme From 'A Summer Place" No. 16 in 1965, from the Sandra Dee/Troy Donahue film, "Goin' Out of My Head/Can't Take My Eyes Off You" No. 7, in 1968, the first hit record ever to completely integrate two songs as one and then "Hurt So Bad" No. 12 in 1969.

The Disabled Persons Action Organization (DPAO) Foundation is pleased to be able to work together with the Northern New York Community Foundation on this important fund raising event.

Established in 1929, the Northern New York Community Foundation is designed to meet and fulfill local charitable interests, sustain organizational partnerships and build capacity for non-profits, encourage philanthropy and ensure meaningful legacies for individuals, families, businesses and institutions driven to enhance the quality of life in Jefferson, Lewis and St. Lawrence Counties.

DPAO is now an official non-profit partner with the Northern New York Community Foundation, having recently established a permanent endowment fund with the Community Foundation to provide long-term support to sustain and enhance DPAO's mission. This fund also offers an enduring way for those who believe in the importance of DPAO's services to ensure they are supported today and tomorrow, in perpetuity. Gifts to support that fund can be made during donor's lifetimes or through their legacy planning.

DPAO's Spring Show ... The Lettermen ... is made possible in part thanks to the generous support of our sponsors and supporters.

They include: Northern New York Community Foundation, watertown Savings Bank, Local Toyota Dealers (Waite Toyota of watertown and TJ Toyota of Potsdam), Bob & Jean Sturtz (Slack Chemical), Tom & Mabel Walker, Beverly T. Lamica, Barnhart Trust Richard R. Macsherry, Car-Freshner Corporation, watertown Elks Club, William L. Curtis, Jr., Richard Alexander, Donald Calarco, Bob & Elva LaComb, watertown Housing Authority, Samaritan Keep Home, Clarence Henry Coach,

Neighbors of watertown, Town of watertown, Coughlin Printing and Sherwood Florist.

Proceeds from DPAO's The Lettermen concert will benefit the programs and services that DPAO provides to over five-hundred

developmentally disabled children, adults and their families in Jefferson and Lewis Counties.

For further information on DPAO's The Lettermen concert please

visit our Web Site at DPAO.ORG or call DPAO at (315)-782-0044 or

1-(800) 533-2859.

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