Media Theater Rocks With Rhythm and Soul

An Evening of Pure Rhythm and Blues With Michael Carter and Friends

Michael Carter,  along with some of his friends, organized two beautiful evenings of rhythm and blues, rock and jazz at the Media Theater which is located downtown Media, Pa.
Michael Carter, along with some of his friends, organized two beautiful evenings of rhythm and blues, rock and jazz at the Media Theater which is located downtown Media, Pa.
Eternal Rhythm Band had their logo displayed with contact information.
Eternal Rhythm Band had their logo displayed with contact information.
Fifteen year old Jessie performed Stevie Wonders' song entitled "I Love Her So,"
Fifteen year old Jessie performed Stevie Wonders' song entitled "I Love Her So,"
Louise Loewy, is the mother of the very talented Jessie Loewy. She was present in the audience along with her husband in support of their talented son.
Louise Loewy, is the mother of the very talented Jessie Loewy. She was present in the audience along with her husband in support of their talented son.
The very talented Sherron Denise, performed Sade's song, "Is It A Crime."
The very talented Sherron Denise, performed Sade's song, "Is It A Crime."
Anthony Womack performed with Sherron Denise as he played his alluring trumpet.
Anthony Womack performed with Sherron Denise as he played his alluring trumpet.
My husband and I were invited to dance on the stage as Sherron sang, "God Bless The Child Thats Got His Own," by Billie Holiday.
My husband and I were invited to dance on the stage as Sherron sang, "God Bless The Child Thats Got His Own," by Billie Holiday.
Terry Lewis did a powerful rendition of Jennifer Hudson's song entitled, "Spotlight."
Terry Lewis did a powerful rendition of Jennifer Hudson's song entitled, "Spotlight."
Talented band members of ERB.
Talented band members of ERB.

Two Nights of Exquisite Music was shared with Media residents

Media Theater, located downtown Media, Pennsylvania featured two nights of magnificent music. Various sounds of R&B, jazz and rock pulsated the walls of this well established location. Friday and Saturday, January 11th & 12th, 2013 were the dates of these events. Michael Carter and his associates, organized this array of talented groups as a fundraiser for Media Theater. Members of the Eternal Rhythm Band contributed their time and efforts to perform both nights. Fifteen year old Jessie Lowey, demonstrated an abundance of talent as he performed on his base guitar. His mother Louise, explained how her son Jessie, "Is into blues and funk. I feel he is so driven that he will do whatever he can with this. He is extremely talented." Jessie started performing as early as three years old. Every since Louise gave her son a guitar he has been inspired to play. Sometimes even with blisters on his little fingers, he was determined to perform. Daniel Lowey, the father of Jessie was also present and is very supportive of his son's performances. Jessie will be appearing at the Blue Parrot in Delaware in the near future. This source of youthful talent would be well worth your time to check out.

Sherron Denise, was another source of powerful talent that captivated the attention of the audience as she sang, Black Butterfly by Denise Williams. Her statuesque appearance with hair pulled back into a bun, gave Sherron the sultry look of the very talented Sade. Not only was her appearance similar but the incantation of Sherron's voice was similar. Sherron also dedicated Billie Holliday's God Bless the Child, to the young people in the audience. An original tune entitled, Start Of A Love Affair was vocalized by Sherron, proving the extent of her diversified sources of talent. She is a proficient woman with the ability to maintain her own artistic precision. Denise was accompanied by her husband, the very competent Anthony Womack, who harmonized brilliantly on trumpet. This savvy couple will continue to please their listening audiences due to their variant abilities. Sherron will be appearing at the Wallingford Community Center, March 22nd, 2013 located in Wallingford, Pennsylvania. This is one artist that would be worth googling for future dates and locations regarding her appearance.

Eternal Rhythm Band Hit the Stage With A Smoking Performance

ERB, hit the stage performing such major hits as Mr. Big Stuff, Bustin Loose, Fire and Sweet Sensation. This adept band is a conglomeration of soulful sounds from the seventies, eighties, nineties and popular sounds from today. To prove their wide range of talent Eternal Rhythm Band's Terry Lewis peformed Jennifer Hudson's, Spotlight brilliantly. Michael Carter the lead male singer in this group had audience members dancing in the isles as he performed Frankie Beverly's, Before I Let You Go. It was an evening of vibrant music that had Media Theater rocking. Toward the end of ERB's performance they dazzled the crowd with Cool and the Gang's, Hollywood Swingers. The audience went wild as dancers of all races, creeds and ages performed along with the band in the isles. ERB is a band of intricate skills that harmonize nicely together. The evening evolved into a source of pure enjoyment. For more information about future appearances for this fascinating band contact Michael Carter at 610-203-7728 or go to their website www.eternalrhythmband.com

Media Theater Continues to Produce Broadway Hits

This fundraiser by Eternal Rhythm Band, presented by Michael Carter and his associates appeared to be a success. It is our hope that the artistic performances will continue in the future at this historical site. Musicals that we can anticipate in the future include, Jersey Boys and also during the months of April and May 2013, Annie. We will look forward to hearing more about these events.


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