We are all mesmerized by astonishing musical talent! Those who are wonderfully gifted, draw us in, satisfying that longing we have for an incredible musical experience. Renee Armand, Act II’s beloved songstress, will once again bring that magic to Puerto Vallarta audiences as she returns to The Red Room in late April. Her new show, ‘Born to Be Wild,’ will be presented on April 23, 25, 27, 30 and May 2 & 4 at 7:30 pm.
This ‘wild child’ of the ’60s grew up in Laurel Canyon, the crossroads between Beverly Hills and Hollywood, at the same time as many of her good friends… Mama Cass, Carly Simon, The Beatles, The Eagles, James Taylor, George Harrison, Carole King, Linda Ronstadt and more. They worked together, played together, and wrote the music that shaped a generation.
Sharing the music of the ’60s and ’70s, this free-spirited, fascinating woman will thrill you with her incredible talent, her warmth and her honesty. Her heartfelt tributes and humor, combined with a magnificent, soulful voice will touch you as you find yourself re-living the music of those times.
Renee, a John Denver band member during the height of the music’s popularity, will share amazing, true stories about her life, her career and the many singers she has performed with. In addition to touring and recording with many other famous musicians, Renee’s performance of “The Morning After,” from the hit movie, The Poseidon Adventure, even won an Academy Award!
Rene Armand, along with musical partner Paul Aleman, performed to sold-out audiences at Act II for the past four years with their shows ‘Rocky Mountain High,’ ‘Laurel Canyon’ and ‘Timeless.’ This year Renee delivers a thrilling solo performance that audiences are sure to love!. ‘Born to Be Wild’ is an emotionally moving musical experience delivered by a very talented ‘soul sister’ who lived and breathed the songs of our lives from that special era of folk and rock n’ roll.
For tickets for information about this show and others at Act II, go to www.actiientertainment.com
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