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Ben Hillyer / The Natchez Democrat — Fans of music from the 1950s and 1960s got a treat Thursday night at the Vidalia Conference and Convention Center thanks to the tight harmonies and humor of the Alley Cats, an a cappella  music group from California. Elizabeth Richardson holds the hand of tenor John O’Campo as he sings The Platters hit song, “Only You.”
Ben Hillyer / The Natchez Democrat — Fans of music from the 1950s and 1960s got a treat Thursday night at the Vidalia Conference and Convention Center thanks to the tight harmonies and humor of the Alley Cats, an a cappella music group from California. Elizabeth Richardson holds the hand of tenor John O’Campo as he sings The Platters hit song, “Only You.”

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Published 12:08am Friday, April 25, 2014

 

Ben Hillyer / The Natchez Democrat — The quartet sings “Duke of Earl.”
Ben Hillyer / The Natchez Democrat — The quartet sings “Duke of Earl.”

 

Ben Hillyer / The Natchez Democrat — Baritone Grant Hendrickson stands on a row of chairs as he sings the Dion hit song, “Run Around Sue.” The concert was brought to Vidalia by the Concordia Parish Library and sponsored by the convention center, Comfort Suites, Riverfront Royale Salon, state and regional arts councils and other state agencies.
Ben Hillyer / The Natchez Democrat — Baritone Grant Hendrickson stands on a row of chairs as he sings the Dion hit song, “Run Around Sue.” The concert was brought to Vidalia by the Concordia Parish Library and sponsored by the convention center, Comfort Suites, Riverfront Royale Salon, state and regional arts councils and other state agencies.