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Jim Witter’s Feelin’ Groovy captures the essence of the 1960s

by on March 13, 2014

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Join Jim Witter on Sunday, March 30 at 7:30 p.m. for a musical and visual trip through the 1960s, set to the songs of Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel.

Jim Witter’s Feelin’ Groovy will transport audiences back to a time when peace and love were eternal. This trip down memory lane begins with Simon & Garfunkel’s first album, Wednesday Morning, 3 A.M., ends with their last release, Bridge Over Troubled Water, and covers all the hits in between, from “Scarborough Fair” to “Mrs. Robinson.”

More than a regular tribute show, Feelin’ Groovy uses images of some of the key people and events from the ’60s to create an immersive experience. Combined with Witter’s fascinating stories about iconic folk duo Simon & Garfunkel, this is a show that recreates the atmosphere of the decade; audience members will feel like they’re actually experiencing the 1960s, even if they missed out on that era the first time around.

Witter, an accomplished musician and songwriter, has earned multiple awards and nominations from the Canadian Country Music Association, the Juno Awards and the Dove Awards. He has also had great success with his show The Piano Men, featuring the music of Billy Joel and Elton John.

Between talented musicians and authentic visual representations, Feelin’ Groovy captures the true essence of the 1960s.

Tickets for Jim Witter’s Feelin’ Groovy are available through the Playhouse box office 1-866-884-5800, or online at www.theplayhouse.ca.

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