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LCCC’s FamilyFest is a family affair for the Keller Brothers

When brothers George, Peter, and John Keller take the stage at this year’s FamilyFest at Lorain County Community College, you can be sure it will be a harmonious affair.

The Keller Brothers are one of three local acts that will perform at FamilyFest on Saturday, October 15, 2011 on the LCCC campus. The event runs from 12-5 p.m. The Keller Brothers will take the stage at 4:15 p.m. to perform pop, R&B and soft rock favorites.

One of the finest dramatic vocal ensembles in Northeast Ohio, the Keller Brothers have been singing as a trio since 2010 and have quickly built a stellar reputation. The group sings a variety of genres, including opera, a capella and popular music. The Elyria brothers have performed with the Cleveland Pops Orchestra and auditioned for “America’s Got Talent” in 2010 and 2011. Their second CD, “Grandma Amore” is due out later this year.

The brothers are looking forward to performing on familiar turf, as all three are LCCC students. George, 22, and Peter, 19 are full-time students who are active in the Collegiate Chorale, vocal ensemble, civic chorale groups at LCCC. John, 16, is a student at Elyria High School who is also enrolled in Post Secondary Enrollment Options (PSEO) courses at LCCC.

The Keller Brothers

G and The Afripeans

“We’re brothers and we love to sing,” George said. “We’re looking forward to performing at FamilyFest and want to make sure everyone has a good time listening to us.”

Before the Keller Brothers take the stage LCCC respiratory care student Wendy Hoover will perform at 3:45 p.m. Hoover will wow the audience with her powerful voice as she sings country and pop selections.

“I love to perform,” Hoover said. “I’m excited to get on the stage at FamilyFest.”

A regular at karaoke nights around her Elyria Township home, Hoover, 37, loves to perform. A member of Sweet Adalines for 27 years, Hoover is ready to show the FamilyFest crowd her skills.

Kicking off the entertainment on the main stage will be Humble G and The Afripeans at 3:15 p.m. The unique ensemble features local hip-hop artist Humble G on African violin. His performance will be accompanied by The Afripeans playing European drum beats.

Other events at FamilyFest include hands-on activities for kids, pony rides, inflatables, cartoon characters, campus-wide Trick-or-Treat for kids, and much more. For more information on LCCC’s FamilyFest, visit www.lorainccc.edu/familyfest.

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Revised: 10/04/11 13:03:29 -0700.





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