ELDRED, N.Y. – July 21, 2022 – The Eldred Preserve’s Bradstan Coming Home Cabaret Series continues on Sunday, Aug. 7 at 8 p.m. with Joey + The Paradons Doo Wop Show.
The performance will take guests on a trip down memory lane, featuring songs from the ‘50s and ‘60’s, Motown, and more. Joey + The Paradons have been singing and performing for over 60 years. Their unique sound and harmony, reminiscent of times past, transports listeners to simpler days, free of the troubles of today’s digitally-driven society.
“The doo wop show allows us to supply our guests with a night of nostalgia,” said Scott Samuelson, the chief operating officer at The Eldred Preserve. “What better way to escape than with the sounds of this beloved musical era?”
The Bradstan Coming Home Cabaret Series is a revival of the original Bradstan Country Hotel’s Inn Cabaret Series, which enjoyed its final curtain in 2008. The cabaret series, hosted by Samuelson and Eddie Dudek, became an annual tradition that was a favorite amongst both tourists and locals, including The Eldred Preserve founders Dan and Joan Silna.
The series continues August 21 with Ann Hampton Callaway’s “Fever! The Peggy Lee Century.” The star-studded lineup includes familiar favorites from the original Inn Cabaret Series, including Callaway and her sister, Liz Callaway, Karen Mason, and Jeanne MacDonald. Guests can also enjoy first-time Bradstan performers John Pinto Jr. + Jaron Barney, and comedians Jeff Norris + John “Gemini” Lombardi.
Tickets are on sale now at theeldredpreserve.com/2022cabaret.
About The Eldred Preserve: The Eldred Preserve is a wholly unique hospitality offering in the Sullivan County Catskills that weaves together the best of three Sullivan County legacy brands – The Eldred Preserve, The Bradstan Country Hotel, and The Homestead Restaurant. The resort features an event space with a performance stage for weddings and events, 28 luxury accommodations, a custom farm-to-table experience, and on-site live entertainment. The full 35-acre property includes access to three large ponds and an adjoining 600 acres (including a 65-acre lake), hiking, and boating amenities. Visit theeldredpreserve.com or call 845.557.8316 for more information.