Macon County Residents were treated to a special show on Saturday night in Key Park. The show, performed by the trio named Two Tall Divas and a Tip Top Daddy, was a special tribute to the USO show. The audience listened to a variety of Swing Music, vintage vocals of the 1940s and 1950s, and a special Salute to our Veterans. They were also able to meet Marilyn Monroe, George Burns, Shirley Temple & Phyllis Diller.
This was a free event sponsored by the Macon Co. Arts Council. The group Two Tall Divas and Tip Top Daddy members include Macon County’s own Cherry Cole of The Thomas House, Ann Marie Brown, and Brian Best. This group is a product from the Stardust Entertainment Company in Nashville. For more information or to book a group, you can visit Stardust Entertainment at www.stardustentertainmenttn.com.