SaddleBrooke Showcase at Gaslight Music Hall

Pat Tiefenbach

A SaddleBrooke Showcase of talent will be presented on Wednesday, September 7, at the Gaslight Music Hall located at 13005 N. Oracle Road in Oro Valley at 7:00 p.m.

The show, produced by Carol Jones, will feature the Coyote Country Cloggers, Chris Borden, Ann Marie Alvir, the SaddleBrooke Silver Belles and Bob Stiens.

No admission will be charged, but attendees are encouraged to support the Gaslight Music Hall by purchasing food and drinks.

A full menu featuring Grandma Tony’s pizza, wings and other delicious offerings including beer and wine can be purchased starting at 6:00 p.m. Please arrive early and order before the show.

The Coyote Country Cloggers have been entertaining all over Arizona for more than 20 years, clogging to country western, bluegrass, patriotic and gospel music. Director Carol Jones choreographs all the dance routines, and she also teaches clogging classes in SaddleBrooke.

Comedian Chris Borden is a University of Arizona graduate. He was a top rated broadcast personality in San Francisco; worked in the travel-documentary film field while visiting more than 90 countries; appeared in television commercials; and acted in local theater. He was also a regular on the CBS show, Jake and the Fat Man and a drama coach for 17 years.

Ann Marie Alvir started singing as a child for relatives and in high school musicals and then did nothing more until she moved to SaddleBrooke in 2008. Since then she has participated in karaoke events at the clubhouse and two variety shows at the DesertView Performing Arts Center.

The SaddleBrooke Silver Belles are a highly spirited and talented dance group who dance to a variety of musical styles including jazz, Broadway, Latin rhythms, country western and holiday favorites. Ann Kurtz is the choreographer for the Silver Belles.

Bob Stiens has been entertaining for many years. He sings classic country and a little rock and roll at the clubhouses and restaurants in SaddleBrooke as well as unit parties, birthday celebrations and the Bluegrass Jam. His deep rich voice makes him a favorite in SaddleBrooke.

Please attend the SaddleBrooke Showcase on September 7 and support your talented fellow SaddleBrooke residents.