Hey pallies, likes we gotta 'fess up that why we have chosen today's Dino-gram to all youse Dino-holics is 'cause we likes absolutely positively are captived by the pix that accompanies the prose of an interview with Mr. Brett Kucera by Portland Tribute scriber Miss Virginia Werner. For 20 years----count 'em----20 years Kucera has homaged our Dino and Mr. Sinatra with the stage tag Tony Starlight.
Recently Mr. Kucera has moved to "new digs" and Miss Werner has featured him in a newspaper interview. It's a well written in depth look at Brett's two decades of croonin', and if you clicks on the tag of this Dino-gram you get read it all at the original pad of the Portland Tribute. Likes as we sez, we were and still are smitten by the pix that Miss Werner snapped of Brett/Tony sittin' in a booth with one of those great singin' Dino-dolls! Likes to our way of Dino-thinkin' it is ab-so-lutely fab-u-loso!!!!!
Kudos to Mr. Brett Kucera for two decades and countin' of croonin' tunes in honor of our most beloved Dino and to Miss Virginia Werner for her greatest of great pix and remarkable review.
'gain to checks this out in it's original source, simply clicks on the tag of this here Dino-report.
Dino-diggin' to likes the mostest, DMP
20 years later, Starlight still shines
Created on Thursday, 20 November 2014 06:00 | Written by Virginia Werner
Crooner brings star power, show-biz legends to new digs
Photo Credit: TRIBUNE PHOTO: VIRGINIA WERNER - Tony Starlight, aka Brett Kucera, says, Im like Turner Classic Movies, playing the old stuff again.
Tony Starlight, known outside of the spotlight as Brett Kucera, marks 20 years as director, writer, producer and performer of “The Tony Starlight Show” in his new Southeast Portland location with a weekend of performances.
An accomplished entertainer and businessman, Starlight will follow the evolution of his show over the past 20 years, picking out highlights and making fun of his gradual loss of hair.
Despite “doing this longer than I should have,” Starlight remains committed to transporting his audience back in time to the classic nightclub era, reminiscing with performances in tribute to the likes of Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin to go with a night of food and drinks.
Check out the show at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Nov. 21 and 22, at the Tony Starlight Showroom, 1125 S.E. Madison St. Tickets start at $25. For more information: www.tonystarlight.com