Company Boys, Chuck Owens and Resurgence to perform at Whitewater Young Hall

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White Water – Jazz and Pop are the focus of the two remaining performances at the Youth Hall this month.

Chuck Owens and the Resurgence will perform on Wednesday, November 8, while Company Men will be booked for Saturday, November 11.

Both shows begin at 7:30 p.m. in the auditorium at 930 W. Main St., Whitewater.

Under the leadership of Chuck Owens and the Resurgence, the five-time Grammy nominee is internationally recognized for his creativity, unique writing voice, and personal work steeped in jazz culture, including classical, Americana, Latin, funk, and other musical styles.

Resurgence is largely drawn from Owen’s 19 piece Jazz Surge family. The impressively talented crew includes all Grammy nominees and conductors Kate McGarry, Sarah Caswell, Corey Christiansen, Danny Gottlieb, Mark Neuenschwander and Jack Wilkins.

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A pop vocal group that has performed more than 3,500 shows worldwide, the company’s men have appeared on cruise lines and on television shows such as Hallmark’s “Home and Family,” “Good Day New York” and the PBS SoCal holiday special. The group has shared the stage with Mariah Carey, Daughtry, Chaka Khan, Billy Idol and Sheena Easton, among others.

Expect Company Boys to deliver a high-energy theatrical concert experience where the band “brings together” today’s top 40 hits from artists from the past eight decades, from Sam Cooke to Sam Smith, The Weekend Challenge and more.

The show is called “The Ultimate Mixtape Experience.” The company boys also break down holiday songs. Tunes include “Happy Holidays,” “Jingle Bell Rock,” “White Christmas,” “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” and “Winter Wonderland.”

Tickets range from $24 to $38.

To purchase tickets and for more information, visit or call 262-472-2222.

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