Cover: $20 per person ($10 at the bar) // Show: 7:30pm & 9pm
Tricia Leigh Fisher and Byron Thames have both had careers in film, television and music since the 1980’s. The daughter of legendary crooner, Eddie Fisher and iconic actress/singer Connie Stevens, Tricia spent her childhood on sets and in concert venues. She joined the family business as a teenager, acting in her first film, “Stick” with Burt Reynolds and “Book Of Love” and later touring for years as a back-up vocalist. She then recorded a solo album for ATCO Records, which took her all over the world. Tricia continues to work in television and film, most recently adding writer to her resume. Byron also started out as a teen actor, starring in classic 80’s movies, such as “Seven Minutes in Heaven” and “Johnny Dangerously.” He later toured with his Americana band “Duke Daniels” who’s single, “Following a Star” was heard on radio and in the film “American Pie.” He has spent the last few years composing music for television. Fisher and Thames married in 2007 and have been collaborating ever since. They are excited to bring their mutual passion for the sounds of the 1970’s to the stage. From their beloved social media weekly show, 70’s On Sunday, they have created a delicious tribute of duets and smooth harmonies to celebrate one of the greatest decades of music.