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You’re invited to attend Ohio’s largest Fall
bridal show in Northeast Ohio!
Sunday, October 19th
5800 Rockside Road, Independence
10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Contact us for FREE tickets or you can purchase them at the door for $10.00.
If you pre-register with Today’s Bride they are only $5.00 at the door. Or, buy tickets online for 50% off!
To pre-register or purchase tickets go to www.todaysbrideshows.com
or call 330.670.9545 or 216.393.5677
See you at the show!
“I worked with Pete often…years ago,” said Jerry Bruno. “It must have been fate when he walked back into the office last year. He immediately became our go-to fill-in for many of our bands, and then when we needed him most he was able to step right into this key position. Of course we all miss Chris, but we’re all thrilled to have Pete in the Orchestra.”As a keyboardist, producer, composer and recording engineer, Pete Tokar has been an active member of the areas music scene for over 25 years. As well as performing with numerous area groups, composing soundtracks and jingles, Pete has a long and distinguished discography in the recording industry. He has received several gold and platinum record awards and performed, engineered and mixed the 2008 Grammy Award winning track “In My Songs” by the late Gerald Levert.
Pete has also worked with artists such as Eddie Levert and The O’Jays, The Rude Boyz, Men At Large, Jim Brickman, The Neville Brothers, REO Speedwagon, 3LW (Disney’s Cheetah Girls), Teddy Pendergrass, Anita Baker, The Winans, Tamia, Michael Stanley, and Humble Pie drummer Jerry Shirley.
In addition to his duties as keyboardist with the Jerry Bruno Orchestra, Pete has spent the last few months working on an album for 2007 American Idol runner-up, LaKisha Jones.
Jerry’s talented and adored keyboard player and vocalist passed away on July 4, 2008, after courageously battling cancer. In addition to playing with the Orchestra, Chris lent his talents to Jerry Bruno Productions with his own band, The Wingtips, and created an amazing Billy Joel tribute show called “Piano Man.”
Thank you to everyone who sent kind words following his passing.