Publisher's note: Chapter VIII is the continuation of a series that began with The Turnage Theater in Images: a Retrospect in Melody - Chapter I, with the last installment in the series, The Turnage Theater in Images: a Retrospect in Melody - Chapter VII.
These chapters of the Turnage Theater, in retrospect, in these rare images offered below, are in chronological order, and if you do not see a show that you were particularly fond of; please, be aware of this one policy of mine - I did not publish images of every performer, only the ones I rather enjoyed. My mother made a deep impression on me: "If you can't say anything nice, don't say anything at all." Additionally, all photos for this article have never been published prior to this post.
The Good Lovelies expressed themselves in a manner that they are well acquainted with: The perfectly constructed, well blended harmonies of three lovely ladies singing as one. This is their strength as musical creators, this how they enthralled one of the last crowds of joyous music aficionados, September 30, 2011, before the shuttering of the Turnage Theater's doors.
I remember this individual concert as one of the six best shows since I started following the shows at the Turnage Theater that I felt would be of interest to myself, which is most important if I am to convey that like sentiment to our readers.
My wife an I were so impressed with the lovely ladies that we bought 2 of their latest compact discs. if the Turnage ever reopens, may we be fortunate enough to have them back in our community for another night of perfect harmony.
Publisher's note: This series to be continued in The Turnage Theater in Images: a Retrospect in Melody - Chapter IX.
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