Cameron Park Life

Joni Morris pays tribute to Queen of Country Music

By December 14, 2011

Joni Morris

Patsy Cline was a legend in her own time and her lights have not faded.  She is more popular now than ever before with her heart-breaking melodies of love lost.

Now Joni Morris pays her own special tribute to the queen of country music, playing to sold out crowds across the country with her tribute show. The Cameron Park Community Services District will present Joni and The After Midnight Band on Saturday, Jan. 28, for the very first time. The event will be held at the Cameron Park Community Center, 2502 Country Club Drive. The evening performance begins at 7 p.m.; doors open at 6.

Joni Morris, who is from Stockton, has traveled nationally for more than 15 years with her talented “Jordonaire” singing style band. Audiences love Joni’s tributes to the music of Patsy Cline, Connie Francis and legendary ladies in country music.

Guests will also hear a sample of Joni’s own original music in every show. She adds comedy, eye-catching costumes and lots of audience interaction to each performance.  This is a show no Patsy Cline fan should miss.

Advance tickets are available for $18 each or $34 for two tickets at the CSD office (2502 Country Club Drive), Fire Station 89 (3200 Country Club Drive, during staffed hours) and the Cameron Park/Shingle Springs Chamber Office (3300 Coach Lane, Suite B7) or at the door for $20 each. Food and beverages will be for sale.

 

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  • Mike RobertsJanuary 03, 2012 - 10:29 am

    I caught Joni at Garbeaus about 10 years ago and found the show thoroughly entertaining. She puts on a great show.

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