ENGAGEMENT! BROADWAY STAR AND RECORDING
ARTIST AVERY SOMMERS TO HOLD ‘SONGBOOK’
CONCERT BENEFITING SPADY MUSEUM MARCH 12 AT
On Friday, March
12, Broadway and TV star and singer/performer
Avery Sommers will perform a special concert of
Broadway tunes from America ’s Songbook and discuss
her career highlights and memories of performances
with Nell Carter, Burt Reynolds and other legendary
stars. This is a special, one-time only engagement
to benefit the Spady Cultural Heritage Museum .
Don’t miss it!
Sommers, who now
lives in Palm Beach County , currently travels the
world performing in top-rated cabarets.
7 p.m. at the Crest
Theatre, Old School Square ,
51 N. Swinton Avenue , Delray Beach . Cost: $40 per
person. RSVP to 561-279-8883.
The Spady Cultural
Heritage Museum , 170 NW 5th Avenue , is
a non-profit organization located in Palm Beach
County , is dedicated to discovering, collecting and
sharing the African-American history and heritage of
Florida . Located in the former home of the late
Solomon D. Spady, the most prominent African
American educator and community leader in Delray
Beach from 1922 to 1957, the museum opened in July
2001. It is the only museum of its kind in Palm
Beach County . To learn more, visit
To purchase Avery
Sommers’ latest CD, “You’re Gonna Hear from Me,”