Wednesday, March 20
Hit After Hit, Smash After Smash, Blockbuster After Blockbuster... Here's another "monster" lunch where the "stars" don't wait to come out at night. They are there at lunchtime!
DATE: Wednesday, March 20, 2019
LOCATION: Bala Golf Club, 2200 Belmont Avenue, in the Wynnefield section of Philadelphia
MEET & GREET:12:00 Noon
PROGRAM: Lunch Served at 12:30 p.m.
Salad, 3-course meal, dessert, & beverages.
Annual Rock & Roll Special!
COST: $28 Members & Non-Members
MC for the afternoon will be Cool Bobby B. His Doo-Wop oldies show can be heard on Sirius XM Radio. For the initiated, Cool Bobby B is Broadcast Pioneers member Bob Backman, who was General Manager of Channel 61 here in Philadelphia for 5 years. Bob is currently president of WRDE-TV in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. Bob was inducted into our Hall of Fame last year.
Guests Include: Paul Big Bear, local well-loved area performer and singer; Sandee Bengel, regional singer and much loved entertainer; Mike Bove, one of the original members of "The Tridels"; Billy Carlucci of the group, "Billy and the Essentials"; Eddie Collins, former music director for "The Drifters"; Danny and the Juniors (featuring Joe Terry & Frank Maffei); John Monforto, well-known local entertainer in our area; Kenny Jeremiah, formerly of the group "The Soul Survivors"; Frank Jordan of the original Jordan Brothers rock & roll group; Stevie Doo Wop, a local Delaware Valley nightclub performer
Call now for reservations. (856) 365-5600! E-mail: email@example.com. Don't miss this one! THIS EVENT IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC! Plenty of FREE parking. Luncheons are open to all members, guests, and any person in the industry or associated fields, whether active or retired. You do NOT have to be a member to attend. There is no reserved seating at our luncheons. In order to speed up check-in at the luncheon, it would help if you had exact change or your check written in advance. Checks should be made payable to the Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia. If you would like to add a few dollars extra, it is appreciated by the Broadcast Pioneers to help them with all of the important work they are doing.