An Evening With A.J. & Mary

November 3, 2018 7:30 pm

7 Court House Sq


    Featuring: A.J. Benoit & Mary Ross-Comstock Performing an eclectic array of the favourite songs  AJ and Mary have performed over the past many years.

    Frank Sinatra – Dean Martin – Tony Bennett – Elvis Presley

    Engelbert Humperdinck – Bobby Vinton – Marty Robbins

    And many more……..

    Saturday November 3rd, 2018   7:30 pm. – 9:00 p.m.

    Location: Court House Lodge  – 7 Court House Square

    Admission: $10.00     Tickets at Spitfire Cafe 613-865-9348

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    AJ Benoit

    Bio A.J. Benoit is a native of Brockville, Ontario and has been involved in music since the age of 15. A.J. plays a variety of musical instruments and is a triple threat performer having performed in numerous musical productions at the Brockville Art Center and the Kingston Grand Theater. He played the lead male character, Petruccio in “Kiss Me Kate”, Herbie in “Gypsy”, Johnny Casino in “Grease”, The Mikado in “The Mikado”, and Don Lockwood (the part Gene Kelly played) in “Singin’ in the Rain” to name a few! A.J. also wrote and produced the musical production “Bless ‘Em All – A Musical Tribute to the Veterans of WWII which he played the part of The Sgt. Major. The show made a net profit of $25,000 which was donated to the Brockville Royal Canadian Legion Poppy Fund! Aside from acting on stage he has created many musical groups and is the lead singer in “The Blarney Show Band” a Celtic group made up of 6 musicians, "The Crooners” a quartet featuring pianist, bassist and drummer and a trio called “The Mixed Nuts” which perform most every genre of music you could think of to include opera! A.J. has also performed with two professional opera singers in a group called “The 3 Divos” a knock off of The Three Tenors. His latest group is called "The Memory Makers" a 4 piece group re-living the memories from The Rat Pack Era. He is also well known for his Variety shows featuring over a dozen accomplished actors, singers, and musicians. They perform songs and skits reminiscent of the 1950’s, 60’s and 70’s era. A.J. has represented the City of Brockville at numerous city functions. He has written many songs including "The Good Ole' Hockey Game" and “Brockville My Home Town” which he gifted to the City. This song was performed for the decendants of "The Brock Family" as part of the 1812 Sir Issac Brock Ceremonies in 2012. A.J. performs at many private functions and is often featured as guest soloist throughout the region.

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