“Decades of Love” with Ernie Haase & Signature Sound

Friday, September 20, 2024 –  7:30 p.m.

“…a fantastic experience from start to finish!”
– Angela DeMaris, Executive Director, The Dixie Carter PAC

  • Performed for millions of people worldwide
  • Ernie Haase – Toured with The Cathedrals and The Gaither’s

7x Grammy Award-nominated and multi-GMA Dove Award-winning group Ernie Haase & Signature Sound is one of the most popular musical groups in the world. Their show “Decades of Love” breathes new life into some of the most cherished romantic songs from the past 100 years. Covering music from the Beatles to the Bee Gees to Bublé, Ernie Haase & Signature Sound is entertaining to audiences of all ages!

Jason Lyle Black presents “100 Hits of Stage & Screen”

Sunday, October 27, 2024 – 3:00 p.m.

“…an outstanding performer, an audience magnet…”
– K. Chittick, Fine Arts Manager (Paris, IL)

  • Over 100,000 followers for his online educational piano series, The Four Note Piano Academy
  • More than 40 million views across YouTube, Facebook, Spotify, and other social media platforms

Jason Lyle Black returns to the Live on Stage roster with an all-new show, “100 Hits of Stage & Screen®,” featuring 100 iconic songs from the hits of rock legends like Queen, ACDC, and the Rolling Stones, to musicals like Wicked, Sweeney Todd, and Phantom of the Opera, to film and television soundtracks like Pirates of the CaribbeanStar Wars, Game of Thrones, and many more. This fast-paced show is packed with familiar hits and fun for the whole family!

Kate Voss & the Hot Sauce

Tuesday, November 19, 2024  – 7:30 p.m.

“Voss’ voice is equal parts Billie Holiday and Teresa Brewer…”
– Marc Phillips, The Vinyl Anachronist

  • Vocalist of the Year and Ensemble of the Year by Earshot Magazine
  • WAMI Award-nominee for “Female Vocalist of the Year”

Kate Voss & the Hot Sauce is a multi-genre group that breathes new life into timeless songs of decades past. With smooth vocals and the unique sounds of a ukulele bass, harmonica, drums and guitar, this show covers everything from Blues to Rockabilly to Western Swing; from Brenda Lee and Nancy Sinatra to Buddy Holly and Ray Charles. Kate’s charming stage presence and dynamic voice will charm audiences of all ages as she nails the authenticity of the era in which she sings.

Still Surfin’ – A Tribute to the Beach Boys

Saturday, March 22, 2025 – 7:30 p.m.

Still Surfin’ is a professional Beach Boys Tribute Band. We have been performing the music of the Beach Boys for over 23 years. Our performances are as true to form as the originals did on their live tours. Just like the original Beach Boys, we can also include the songs from other great ’60s surf bands like Jan and Dean, The Ventures, Dick Dale, and The Safaris. We play all the great car songs too.

Still Surfin’ features the incredible five part harmonies of the Beach Boys. We are ready to entertain your patrons and guests with authentic costuming, audience participation, great choreography, heavy spring reverb surf guitar and songs that everyone knows.

The Virginia Symphony Orchestra

Saturday, April 5, 2025 –  7:30 p.m.

As the region’s most celebrated musical, educational, and entrepreneurial arts organization, the Virginia Symphony Orchestra continues to challenge expectations and push the boundaries of what an American orchestra can be. Innovation and excellence are at the heart of the VSO’s narrative. The VSO has received national attention for its unique mission serving a home area of 1.7 million across the diverse communities of southeastern Virginia. Through appearances at the Kennedy Center and Carnegie Hall and its commitment to adventurous programming, the VSO and its musicians have been highlighted in the media including The New York Times, The Washington Post, National Public Radio, and BBC Worldwide News.

As the largest performing arts organization in southeastern Virginia, the VSO and VSO Chorus present more than 150 concerts and events annually for more than 100,000 residents and visitors. Recent innovations include health and wellness programs, including interactive therapeutic experiences for people living with Alzheimer’s and dementia, and adopting welcoming concert environments for those who are neurodiverse. Since 2019, the VSO has been recognized nationally for striving to reflect the region’s ethnic and racial diversity in its members, its programming, and its leadership.

The selection of the young and dynamic conductor Eric Jacobsen as music director in 2021 was another bold step forward for the VSO, further expanding its vision to attract wider and larger audiences with engaging concert experiences and creative and relevant programming. Rounding out the artistic leadership team is Norfolk native Thomas Wilkins in the role of Principal Guest Conductor, reflecting the VSO’s commitment to tell its community’s stories and advance the important conversations that will promote understanding and belonging among all residents.

Good Shot Judy presents “The Century of Swing”

Saturday, April 26, 2025  – 7:30 p.m.

“…you could feel the energy and enthusiasm…”
– Greg Schumacher, Louisa Arts Center

  • Sound. Energy. Swagger.
  • Formed by brothers Brett & Jeff Cahoon

Grounded in the swinging cadence of the Big Band Era, Good Shot Judy is fueled by the Golden Age of 1930s Jazz music. This high-energy band brings melodic muscle to every show and offers a performance that has one foot in the past and one in the here and now. Their show “The Century of Swing” features smooth standards like “Beyond The Sea,” “You Make Me Feel So Young,” “Fly Me To The Moon,” “Feeling Good,” and more!