Staycation Cruise Dinner Show
May 3 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
One event on May 3, 2020 at 7:00 pm
Wikipedia says, “A Staycation” is a period in which an individual or family stays home and participates in leisure activities within driving distance of their home and does not require overnight accommodations. Common activities of a staycation include use of the backyard pool, visits to local parks and museums, and attendance at local festivals and events. Plymouth Arts Center invites “YOU” ….. “Won’t You Let Us Take You on a Sea Cruise!” Let the Plymouth Arts Center take you on a Staycation Cruise. Boarding time on Friday, May 1st is at 6pm and on Sunday, May 3rd at 12pm in the great room in the Plymouth Arts Center. Enjoy a wonderful meal and entertainment by the Rosetti & Wigley Duo as we sail with some special guests and interact with the crewmembers. The dance floor will be available for those who wish to dance. Cash Bar. This is the perfect get-away for folks who wish to stay close to home. Please join us for this fun, sea cruise experience!
Jimmy Rosetti (Lead Guitar, vocals) – Originally from Milwaukee, WI started performing in high school as a lead singer and front man for bands. Jimmy moved to Florida in the early 1980’s and formed his own entertainment agency, Music City Connection, with offices in Palm Beach and Nashville, TN. Jimmy worked all over the US playing guitar and singing for all types of audiences and many different venue’s including night clubs, cruise ships, casinos, resorts and large hotels along the Miami Beach coastline. Jimmy has appeared with many well-known artists and recording artists and has played lead guitar and added vocal harmony to many of their recordings.
Antonio Ramon Wigley (Lead vocals, harmony) – Hails from Las Vegas and has fronted as lead singer for many lounge and casino bands on the Vegas strip. Antonio has a unique singing style that can cover so many artists including; Barry White, Teddy Pendergrass, Marvin Gaye, Luther Vandross, and on and on. The unique thing is he can do a great Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, Englebert or Elvis Presley, his versatility is almost uncanny.