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Tuesday, January 22, 2019

The Two Souls to Perform at Prosperity Social Club’s Special Valentine’s Day Celebration

Posted By on Tue, Jan 22, 2019 at 3:13 PM

click to enlarge COURTESY OF PROSPERITY SOCIAL CLUB
  • Courtesy of Prosperity Social Club
The Two Souls, a Cleveland group featuring singer/songwriter Gary Lee (the Kwiklees, Abbey Road, the Echos, Jasmine & Tristand) and guitarist/bassist/vocalist Dave Huddleston (Hillbilly Idol, Rachel & the Beatnik Playboys, the Echos, the Hot Wax Express), are known for their renditions of Beatles classic such as “She Loves You," "Love Me Do," "Can’t Buy Me Love and "All My Loving.”

The popular tribute act has just announced that it’ll perform as part of a Special Valentine’s Day celebration that takes place on Friday, Feb. 15, at Prosperity Social Club in Tremont.



“Love is in the air here for sure,” says Prosperity owner Bonnie Flinner in a press release announcing the event. “Over the last 13 years, we have witnessed countless awkward first dates, watched many relationships bloom and even hosted a few weddings.”

Beginning at 4 p.m. that day, Prosperity will offer homemade supper-club style specials that include chicken cordon bleu, vegetarian egg rolls and crab-stuffed mushrooms. There will also be chocolate molten lava cake served with mixed berry coulis.

The band will perform from 8 to 11 p.m.

Reservations are recommended.

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