Recent Albums

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InSIGHT Through Education

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  • InSIGHT Through Education proudly presented “The Children of Willesden Lane” to an audience of more than 1,000 students from the Palm Beach District Schools and the Meyer Academy during three morning performances at the Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Feb. 20 and 21. Six hundred inSIGHT patrons attended the evening performance. A gala reception for supporters was funded by the Karp Family Foundation and catered by Christafaro’s. Mona Golabek, a gifted concert pianist and author, created “The Children of Willesden Lane,” to tell her mother’s poignant story as a refugee on the Kindertransport during World War II. Students who attended the performance received copies of her inspiring book from the Davis Family Tolerance Project. Barbara Hurwit chaired the event along with Marilyn Blank, Roz Lewy and Carole Rosen. “It was a two-year project,” she remarked, noting the support of Andrew Kato, producing artistic director and chief executive of the Maltz Jupiter Theater, and Milton and Tamar Maltz. Mona Golabek’s presentation underscored inSIGHT’s mission to use the lessons of the Holocaust and other genocides to teach tolerance, acceptance and respect for others. InSIGHT is a non-profit, non-sectarian volunteer organization which annually awards more than $100,000 in educational grants. For information consult the website:
  • 2/20/2018
  • Album ID: 2189466
  • Photos by photos by Paulette

The Society For The Preservation Of The Great American Songbook

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  • Deborah Silver’s fundraiser/concert benefiting The Society for the Preservation of the Great American Songbook (SPGAS), took place Sunday evening, March 19, 2017 at the grand Colony Hotel’s Royal Room, Palm Beach, FL. From her opening number Let Me Entertain You, sung atop a table in the Royal Room, to her final selection on stage and every tune in between Ms. Silver’s sold-out concert delivered a powerful and entertaining performance. During the evening, Ms. Silver proved that not only is she a talented singer, but she thrilled her audience when she played tunes on the piano as well. We weren’t surprised. As a way of reading the future, last year, at Legends 100.3FM’s 2nd Anniversary, The Society presented the “Legend-To-Be” Album Award to Deborah Silver preceding the debut of her album: The Gold Standards. Dick Robinson’s crystal ball was right-on when Deborah Silver’s The Gold Standards earned the top slot in Billboard Magazine’s Traditional Jazz Album Chart! The March 19th event in the Royal Room featured a shuffle from her The Gold Standards CD: Never on Sunday, Ain’t Misbehavin’, On a Slow Boat to China, I Can’t Give You Anything But Love and The Nearness of You. Her rendition of Redneck Woman with audience participation brought down the house. The Gold Standards CD was produced by Grammy-winning Producer Steve Tyrell and Music Producer Jon Allen. Mr. Tyrell, is an Honorary Board of Advisors Member with The Society for the Preservation of the Great American Songbook. Just the evening prior Mr. Tyrell himself ended a two-week, sold-out visit to The Royal Room and extended his stay to attend Ms. Silver’s fundraising performance. From his front row seat Mr. Tyrell stated, “This is the first time in 13 years that I’m in the audience here at The Royal Room and I rather like it.” Ms. Silver referred to Steve Tyrell as an extraordinary talent and an absolute gem to work with. On her The Gold Standards CD Ms. Silver duets with iconic 2-time Grammy-winning vocalist Jack Jones on I’ve Got a Crush on You and the multi-platinum jazz singer Ann Hampton Callaway on The Glory of Love. Ms. Silver’s album delivers classic “Great American Songbook” hits with her own “Silver” spin. The Society for the Preservation of the Great American Songbook was formed in 2008 to increase awareness, especially in children and young adults, of what we believe to be the greatest music ever recorded. It addresses the social needs of youth and the nostalgic memories of the “greatest generation.” The Society for the Preservation of the Great American Songbook (SPGAS), is a 501© (3) non-profit foundation dedicated to the preservation of the music that is the soundtrack of a defining time of America’s history. The mission of SPGAS is “To preserve and perpetuate the music, character and history of the Great American Songbook,” so that this timeless and most enduring music of our country, with its rich history, will continue to be accessible and enjoyed by the generations of today and tomorrow. The music of “The Great American Songbook” can be heard on Legends 100.3FM, by streaming live on the internet at or by downloading the Legends Radio app on your cell phone. For additional information on The Society for the Preservation of the Great American Songbook please contact Annette Agnos, , or call 1-800-723-4698.
  • 3/28/2017
  • Album ID: 2125815
  • Photos by By Paulette and Amy Martin

Integra Connect Golf Classic benefiting Conquer Cancer Foundation

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  • inaugural Integra Connect Golf Classic benefiting Conquer Cancer Foundation. The event was held over two days with a dinner party on Sunday, March 28 and then golf on Monday, March 27 at Trump National Golf Club Jupiter. PGA TOUR professionals and Hall of Famers Jack Nicklaus, Ernie Els and Luke Donald participated in the Integra Connect Golf Classic and helped raise over $1.2 million for the Conquer Cancer Foundation. The Conquer Cancer Foundation's mission is to conquering cancer worldwide by funding breakthrough research and sharing cutting-edge knowledge. Established by cancer physicians to improve patient care, Conquer Cancer Foundation draws on the expertise of ASCO's global network of more than 40,000 oncology professionals who treat patients with cancer every day and lead the search for new cures. They support the brightest minds in clinical/translational cancer research – including areas underfunded by others (e.g., palliative care, rare cancers). Over the past 30 years, support has been awarded to more than 1,000 researchers worldwide.
  • 3/27/2017
  • Album ID: 2126624
  • Photos by Chip Shots Photography

26th annual Discovery Celebration

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  • An evening of fine dining and entertainment featuring an intimate performance by "The Hit Man," David Foster
  • 2/18/2017
  • Album ID: 2122517
  • Photos by Capehart Photography

26th annual Discovery Celebration Pre-Celebration Dinner

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  • Longtime Dana-Farber Cancer Institute supporters, Michele and Howard Kessler, hosted a dinner on Feb. 17 at their Palm Beach residence to thank and recognize some of the Discovery Celebration’s most significant supporters. The evening featured keynote speaker Tom Brokaw, cancer survivor and special correspondent for NBC News, former anchor of NBC Nightly News, and author of “The Greatest Generation” and “A Lucky Life Interrupted.”
  • 2/17/2017
  • Album ID: 2123867
  • Photos by Capehart Photography
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