Sunday Jun 23rd, 2024 @ 07:00 PM

Chet Brown & Frank DiBussolo – An Evening of Jazz and Pop Classics 

Ticket Price: $22.50 ADVANCE | $27.50 DAY OF SHOW


We are honored to present two musicians who have each left an indelible mark on the world of music. Chet Brown, a versatile vocalist known for his work with Polydor Records and performances at prestigious events like Vice President Biden’s Inaugural Ball. Joining him is Frank DiBussolo, a GRAMMY-nominated guitarist who has performed with icons like Frank Sinatra and Tony Bennett. Together, they promise an unforgettable night of music!

Chet Brown has been a part of the music scene almost his entire life, singing everything from jazz to popular music. Chet recorded an album with Polydor Records in 1978 under the name Jet Brown at Sigma Sound Studios, home of the famed “Philly Sound”.  Chet has performed at such events as Vice President Biden’s Inaugural Ball in Washington, D.C. and the Republican National Convention, where he sang background vocals for Teddy Pendergrass.  Chet sings with The Last Thursday Band, performing at the Hotel Bethlehem and other local venues. Chet is a frequent performer with The Allentown Band.  

Frank DiBussolo has been a professional musician since 1965. During this time he has worked with Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Diana Ross, Diane Carroll, Vicky Carr, Bob Hope, George Burns and Dom DeLouise and others. As a soloist he has been featured with the bands of Buddy Rich, Dizzy Gillespie, Art Blakey, Bucky Pizzarelli, Howard Alden, Lester Lannin and more. He is a graduate of Widener University and the Combs College of Music where he earned the Master of Music and Doctor of Musical Arts degrees. He has served on the faculties of Swarthmore College, Moravian College, Lehigh University and the Combs College of Music. Dr. DiBussolo has recorded extensively and can be heard on the Naxos, DBK and Lost World record labels. For his work in the recording industry, he has been nominated eight times for The Grammy Award in various catagories. He is published in Guitar Player , The Educator and Just Jazz Guitar magazines as well as in the Groves Dictionary.

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