June 8 2012 – Randy Lyght will return to Thunder Bay

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Randy Lyght
Randy Lyght returns to Thunder Bay June 8 2012
THUNDER BAY – Events – Renowned pop jazz and rock vocalist Randy Lyght will return to Thunder Bay after many years for his CD release party. Randy who is now singing jazz masters material, made rock history in Thunder Bay as lead vocalist for the popular band “Black Lyghtning”.

Randy’s band included the Zeleny Brothers who went on to form the legendary “Zeebraz”. Both Jim and Gerry Zeleny will be playing with Randy in a reunion set on Friday June 8th at Gargoyle’s.

Black Lyghtning played hundreds of high school and big venue dances in the 70’s and 80’s alongside Paul Shaffer and Rick Lazar of The Fugitives. Randy went on to tour with the “The World Renowned Platters” for several years as well as having a solo career in Vancouver, BC.

Returning to the stage recently, Randy is really looking forward to seeing friends and family as he performs jazz classics from the songbooks of Sinatra, Bennett, Cole and more.

A stellar group of local musicians will be performing with Randy as he performs the songs from his CD “Just In Time”!

As this will be a one-show 3-set performance starting at 8PM, people are requested to purchase their tickets in advance by calling 473-8228.

Regular dinner service will be available at Gargoyle’s that evening and reservations will be accepted on a first come basis. Tickets are $10 per person.

As Randy has not been home for some time he is really looking forward to seeing his fans from his Thunder Bay performing days.

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