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In Harmony May 21
05.21.2011 - 05.21.2011
The Palace Danbury - Danbury
Live Music


In Harmony

May 21, 2011

7pm Show

Tickets $22.00

Purchase online HERE



IN HARMONY formerly Harmony Street is without a doubt New England’s premier oldies vocal group. This sweet sounding vocal ensemble is comprised of three guys, three girls and a multi-talented synthesizer/keyboardist.

Dee Heavrin is an original member of In Harmony, she is known as “The Blonde In The Middle”. Dee has always found joy in singing as all will notice once she’s on the stage singing her renditions of Frankie Lymon’s “So Young” and “Goody Goody”. When Dee is not performing with In Harmony she is in Real Estate.

Robin Miller is an original member of In Harmony, her version of “Come Back To Me”, a tune originally recorded by Margo Sylvia, was chosen to be on the Starlight CD collection. When not performing Robin is co-owner of ESCAPE Salon and Spa in Bethel.

Scott Poarch is an original member of In Harmony, he is the Bass-Baritone of the group who with his deep rich voice drives the tempo of such songs like “Rama Lama Ding Dong” and “Blue Moon”.When not performing Scott is an engineer with Sikorsky Aircraft.

Lenny Seiter`s style and background has been an outstanding addition. Songs like, “Cara Mia Mine” and “You Belong To Me” leave you wanting more. When not performing Lenny works for the Postal Service.

Adrienne Lisko has performed for many years in community and State choral groups and several community theatres. Adrienne’s talent is a perfect fit for the Ladies of In Harmony. Her rendition of “Tears On My Pillow” is a pleasure to hear. When not performing she is an Operations Manager for Cartus Relocation.

Peter Randazzo brings exceptional talents together with modern technology and sounds that have made In Harmony’s musical backup better than ever. Peter owns Stepping out Productions. Peter also has a vocal sound that is truly an asset for the group.


While performing as Harmony Street, the group has worked with such legendary Doo-Wop acts as Johnny Maestro & The Brooklyn Bridge, The Drifters, The Platters, The Dimensions, The Dubs, The Tokens, Lou Christy, Randy and The Rainbows, The Jive Five, and were also called to perform at The White House for President Bill Clinton, and at the home of Terry Stewart, CEO of The Rock &Roll Hall of Fame in 1998. The Group has recorded two songs (“Lonely Way” and “Come Back to Me”) which can be heard on the Starlight Serenade 2000 Doo-Wop compilation CD, and also performed their a cappella arrangement of The Star Spangled Banner to a sold out crowd at Shea Stadium in 1999. They have been heard on several Oldies radio stations, including Don K Reed’s Doo-Wop shop on CBS FM in New York, John Bunnell’s Solid Gold Rock and Roll Party on WWCO Radio in Waterbury, Ct, Ken Jordan’s Sunday Nite Hall of Fame on WELI in New Haven, Ct and Gary Lee Schwartz/Rick McCaffree’s Solid Gold Jukebox, on 97.7FM Poughkeepsie, NY.


The Palace Danbury
165 Main Street
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