|Johnny Prill To Host Sixth Annual
Grandparents Day Concert!
BAD AXE — Singer/songwriter Johnny Prill will be hosting his sixth annual free
outdoor concert to honor grandparents on National Grandparents Day,
Sunday, Sept. 8. The public is invited to the concert at Courtney
Manor, 1167 E. Hopson St., Bad Axe. The concert is scheduled
from 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., with special guest, Michael
Carluccio, the 1 Man Las Vegas tribute artist!
Detroit newspaper music critic, Dennis Nazelli, labeled the James Bond
look-a-like as “The Man with a Thousand Voices” using a ‘rat-packish’
devil-may-care, swingin-rock-n-rollin' style.” Carluccio has appeared in
front of Hollywood’s elite at the Golden Apple Awards, the Las Vegas
MGM Grand, the Skyview Terrace and Tropicana stages, the St. Louis
Fox Theater, New York’s Central Park Amphitheater and the Jacob K.
Javits Convention Center and the Andiamo’s Night Club in Michigan.
Johnny will be performing with family members, including his father,
John, playing the bass guitar, brother, Christopher, playing the
violin, and son, Johnny, as sound engineer. They will be
entertaining with a variety of songs and sing-a-longs.
His daughters, Misty, Sarah and Jennifer, will be
reading inspirational poems about grandparents.
Johnny, who is Courtney Manor’s longest-running volunteer,
has entertained the residents for over 27 years. In 2011,
the Health Care Association of Michigan presented
Johnny with their "Volunteer Of The Year Award!"