On September 23rd, The Palmdale Playhouse will be welcoming Frank Graves and his Motown Revue Band back for a stellar concert called “My Girl.”
The musicians accompanying him will be Ron Roseboro/bass, who has played for Motown and the Delphonics, Roman Johnson, (Grammy Award Winning) keyboardist who has played for Stevie Wonder, Michael Hands, keyboardist for the late Curtis Mayfield, Lexner Stephen, guitar player from France, Roger Morse, percussionist, Donn Bynum, sax player for Boosty Collin, and Raymond Johnson, drummer.
The audience will hear all their favorite Motown and R&B songs at this concert. So put on your dancing shoes and get ready to sway, sing, and reminisce about the good old days. You don’t want to miss this soulful performance.
Frank Graves has been the main featured artist for the Palmdale Playhouse for many years where he has been doing a Blues and Motown Revue Show. He has been a resident of the Antelope Valley and has also been a member of the Agape Community Church in Lancaster, CA as a bass player.
Some fabulous news regarding the show! For a disabled Military Veteran, Frank Graves is giving away 6 tickets so the Vet, his wife, and family can come out and enjoy the classic sounds of yesterday.
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