San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Nancy Celeste Walker is a "Must See"
Come enjoy some great food catered by Graystone Catering and amazing entertainment. You will be up-close and personal with the famous Nancy Celeste Walker in a Pasty Cline tribute.
The Menu includes:
California Field Green Salad
Grilled 6oz Top Sirloin, seasoned & served with sautéed mushrooms and onions
Grilled Hickory BBQ Chicken
Creamy Garlic Mashed Potatoes
Broccoli, Cauliflower and Carrots steamed with garlic& butter
Nancy Celeste Walker has impressed thousands with her captivating vocals from the White House to audiences of musical theater to film scores to the Los Angeles and Orange County music scene.
Constantly exposed to jazz at home where she heard her parents play the likes of Stan Kenton, Duke Ellington, Dinah Washington and Ella Fitzgerald, Nancy's musical training began at an early age. Early musical inspiration led her to study the clarinet and piano, but it was obvious to all that her charismatic singing voice was the faculty that would turn the most heads in her lifetime. She later earned her living as a torch singer in local clubs and restaurants in Orange County, California where she was born and raised.
Nancy began performing in the South Bay with jazz trios, big bands, and piano accompaniment at numerous restaurants and hotels in the Los Angeles area, including the celebrity hot spot "W" Hotel, Barnaby’s Hotel, Manhattan Bar & Grill, and Pointe 705. Nancy's theatre credits include performing the part of "Dolly" in the Torrance production of "Annie Get Your Gun", and "Clarisse" in "When You Comin' Back Red Rider" for Beach City Productions. Locally she played the part of "Marie" in the CATS production of Saul Ilson's original musical revue "Senior Class", and the role of Mrs. Bedwin in "Oliver", as well as two "Picnic at the Pac's". Most recently she played Patsy Cline in the musical "Always Patsy Cline" at the Big Bear Lake Performing Arts Center.
Nancy now resides in Fawnskin.
Don’t Miss out, buy your tickets now.
Jan Thor Sloan
Patsy Cline lives on through Nancy's voice!