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Jazz Vocalist coming to Temple Theater

LUFKIN TEXAS (Press release) - Ann Hampton Callaway, multi-platinum and award-winning recording artist, is coming to the Temple Theater Thursday, May 13th at 7:30 pm. Tickets ($22-$30) go on sale April 13th at the Temple Theater Box office, weekdays noon-5:30, or by phone at 936-633-5454.

Ann Hampton Callaway is sponsored by Angelina Radiation Oncology Associates. Season Sponsors are Temple-Inland and Lufkin Industries, Inc.

In an age preoccupied with terms and categories, Ann Hampton Callaway has paved her own path, dazzling audiences not only as a singer and pianist but also as a songwriter and actress. Ann's far-reaching talents have made her equally at home in the worlds of jazz, pop and cabaret, as well as in the recording studio and on TV.  Highly regarded for her performance in the hit Broadway musical SWING! And for her witty writing and singing of the theme to the hit TV series THE NANNY, Ann Hampton Callaway is full of surprises.

The New York Times says, "For sheer vocal beauty, no contemporary singer matches Ann Hampton Callaway."  Don't miss an evening with this multi-talented artist who has established herself as one of the best equipped jazz vocalists swinging today.

Ann Hampton Callaway is presented by Angelina Arts Alliance. Tickets on sale beginning April 13th at the Temple Theater box office. Call early for the best seat selection -- 936-633-5454.  For more information, visit www.angelinaarts.org  or follow us on Facebook.

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