Edie Daponte and Don Leppard Big Band wow the Osborne Bay Pub crowd

Love affair will continue when Daponte returns on Valentine’s Day 2019

Don Bodger

The Courier

Love affair will continue when Daponte returns on Valentine’s Day 2019

 

The incomparable Edie Daponte and the fabulous Don Leppard Big Band played to an enthusiastic packed house at the Osborne Bay Pub in Crofton Sunday afternoon. The band dazzled and Daponte was enchanting as always in a spectacular performance. The good news, folks, is Daponte is coming back again on Valentine’s Day 2019 for another show. That’s going to be a love fest unlike any other! (Photos by Don Bodger)

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