Johnathan Len, an entertainer who brings back the familiar songs of artists like Conway Twitty and Elvis Presley, is returning to the DuBourg Centre next weekend.
Len will perform well-known songs such as “All Shook Up” and “Hello Darlin’” when he performs on Saturday, October 26.
Doors will open at 6 p.m. for cocktails.
Dinner will be served by Audubon’s at 6:30 p.m., and the concert begins at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets are $25, which includes the buffet dinner and the show.
The event is a fundraiser for the Valle Catholic Schools Foundation, but everyone is welcome.
Last year nearly 100 people attended Len’s performance, and this year a sellout crowd is expected.
In addition to having a powerful and expressive voice, Len captures a crowd through audience participation.
He has traveled and performed at numerous state fairs, festivals and performing arts centers in more than 27 states.
A native of Paducah, Kentucky, Len’s passion to become a singer was sparked at a young age after attending local concerts.
In 2005 while attending a junior college in southern Illinois, Len became the lead singer of a group playing a cappella music from the 1950s.
For more than 12 years while, in the group, Len worked with many artists, including Ronnie McDowell, Narvel Felts and Jimmy Fortune.
As a soloist, Len performs classic songs.
He recently found success with his first single, “You Will Never Leave My Mind,” a song that was written by McDowell.
Tickets are available at the Ste. Genevieve Parish Center, 20 N. Fourth St. in Ste. Genevieve.
(Information in releases from the Valle Catholic Schools Foundation.)