La Belle Soirée à Paris
A concert in celebration of Judi H Rock On 7 featuring concert pianist, John Paris and Paul LaBelle and The Exact Change All Star Band.
Friday, August 26, 2022
Tickets- $30, 14 and Older
$15 for kids 13 and under.
Purchase a ticket online below or at the door.
Please bring your own blankets and chairs to enjoy the show.
Don't forget bug spray.
If inclement weather, the event will be moved indoors at the winery.
Support the event:
Thank You to Our Event Sponsor Underwriters & Supporters
State Farm Insurance- Jeff Ryan & John Ryan
John & Diane Lenahan
Road Scholar Trucking
Paul and Sharon LaBelle
PDQ Print Center
John and Sandy Paris
La Belle Soirée à Paris Tickets
This event is in honor and memory of Judi A. Perry Hartridge.
Judi A. Perry Hartridge, BSRN, of Dunmore, passed away in 2007 after a year-long battle with cancer. Judi was a loving and giving wife, mother, sister, aunt, niece, cousin and friend. Her vibrant love of life, her contagious smile and her funny,innocent humor always put a smile on others’ faces. Judi is deeply missed by all who knew and loved her.
John Paris Bio
John Paris, a South Scranton native, graduated from Scranton Preparatory School and the University of Scranton in the sixties. Since his early days as a performer with his group The Innkeepers, he was spotlighted at local hot spots such as the Holiday Inn, The Mayfair Supper Club, Joe Darlak’s Supper Club at the Sheraton Inn, The Treadway, and various Pocono resorts in the seventies.
As he advanced with his next touring show band, Atlantis, John performed coast to coast throughout the USA and Canada. Atlantis was rated by critics as one of the top traveling lounge acts in North America. While performing and headlining in Atlantis, John appeared in all the
major casino resorts on the Las Vegas strip, including the Sahara, where he played opposite a fellow local legend, Pete Barbuti. John and Atlantis’ lead singer even appeared on the Merv Griffin Show.
After Atlantis, John performed as a featured guest with celebrities including Eddie Arnold, The Mills Brothers, Hal Linden, Bobby Vinton, Bob Newhart, and the Moody Blues to name just a few.
In recent years, John has released 13 highly praised albums of original piano music in the Jazz/New Age genre. Three of these albums won Best Solo Piano Jazz Performance from an international piano organization, Enlightened Piano Radio (EPR). While performing with EPR,
John has appeared on the illustrious stages of both Carnegie Hall and The Grand Ole Opry. John’s music is currently available on all musical streaming platforms, and he has 300,000 followers on www.numberonemusic.com.
Presently, John has scintillated crowds at concerts in California, Oregon, Nevada, and Minnesota, including a personal piano concert of Maestro Vladimir Horowitz. He even was honored by signing his name on the bottom next to the names of several piano luminaries.
John will be releasing his 14th album “Acceptance” this September.