When your guests are Bruce Horovitz the author of a great book on Gamble Rogers, Melissa Ross from WJCT’s First Coast Connect, Roger Bansemer, TV producer, fine artist, author and explorer, the Jaguar Legends organization founders Tony Gardner and Jonathan Fichter, and musical guests the The Obscure Brothers (Bob Patterson and Charley Simmons), and to top that a packed house, wow! you have a powerhouse of a show.
Category: Events & Festivals
Once again to a packed house at the Corazon, a wonderful show delivered, and at the helm was our guest host Lee Weaver, with guests like Dorothy “Deeh” Israel, Stephan “Cello Man” Fredericks, Corey Bergman and musical guest Joe Pollock. Let’s not forget the lovely buffet before the show by Aramark. A perfect evening.
Kirk Marsh is an environmental portrait photographer and digital artist. His work uses a strong sense of post production to enhance a cinematic transportive narrative. His subjects are engaged in their environment and action. Kirk’s love for humor certainly is seen in his images. His work can be seen in advertising campaigns, editorial stories and fine art galleries. He is now in St Augustine at the Rotunda of the St Johns County Administration Bldg., 500 San Sebastian View, St. Augustine, and at W. B. Tatter Studio Gallery, 501 Anastasia Blvd, St. Augustine.
Show 3 was to a packed house at the Corazon with our guests Tom & Jean Rahner, Dr. Arun Gulani, Harry McCormick, Comic Brennan Tasseff and musical guest Claire Vandiver. Remember that you can have a wonderful buffet dinner by Aramark before the show at the Corazon. Ten more spectacular shows headed your way.
Show #2 on Jan. 14 of the St. Augustine Tonight Show at the Corazon Cinema and Café, had as guests Environmental Portrait Artist Kirk Marsh; Scott Grant of The Scott Grant Radio Show on WSOS 103.9 FM; Author and Educator Margaret Nicholson, Ph.D.; and Comic Relief from Dean Nimock, with Musical Guest Mama Blue. Another packed house!
The Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center presents Lincolnville Jazz at the Excelsior, a jazz music series hosted at the Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center from January through May 2020. Mama Blue was the featured artist to begin this wonderful series of Jazz. The Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center was formerly the historic Excelsior High School, the first public high school for African Americans in St. Augustine. Lincolnville Jazz at the Excelsior features a number of highly regarded and talented artists.
The St Augustine Tonight Show opened its season 4 this last Tuesday (Jan.7) at the Corazon Cinema & Cafe. Streaming it live on Facebook. Guests were racing ace Hurley Haywood, Florida House Rep. (District 17), Cyndi Stevenson, Shift Up Now, CEO & Founder, Lynn Kehoe, Circus Ring Master, Kevin Venardos and musical guests the beautiful Akia Uwanda & Friends. Please check it out and join St Augustine Tonight on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/StAugustineT…
St Augustine Tonight at its new home the Corazon Cinema & Cafe will open its season 4 on January 7 at 700pm. Our guests are, Hurley Haywood, Cyndi Stevenson, Lynn Kehoe, Kevin Venardos and musical guests Akia Uwanda &Friends. Doors open for members at 5:00pm, buffet from 5:30pm-6:30pm, doors open to the general public at 6:30pm. Show starts at 7:00pm. For information on memberships visit www.firstcoast.tv and click on the above tab “St Augustine Tonight Membership”.
First Coast Opera gets ready to bring the H.M.S. Pinafore to the Lewis Auditorium in St Augustine, FL. A large cast is in rehearsals to get ready. Curtis Tucker speaks to the camera.
Art Box will host painter Harry McCormick and members of Venardos Circus on December 31, between 6pm – 9pm. Come join a wonderful evening at the new gallery Art Box.