PARTY LINE: A weekend with a soundtrack strikes the right note

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Kelsey McHargue models one of the outfits from W by Worth at the Wine Women & Shoes luncheon last week.

Deborah Wheeler | The Sun
Published: Wednesday, January 23, 2013 at 11:38 AM.

The A was abuzz with activity last weekend, as well as the sounds of music wafting through the air.

The Vue had two acts going Saturday night. Rick and Karen Schoonover, Dave Waddle, John and Katie Stasko, Tracy and Kevin Louthain, Brian and Kathy Haugen, Tom and Dana Saffel, Redd and Paul Vizard were there to take them in.

Lots of locals packed the house to take in the Dread and the scene at The Red Bar Sunday afternoon. I can attest to the fact that Dread rocked it and had the crowd on their feet. Fabulous job! David Bludworth, Ladie Bea and Wayne Carlisle, David and Sally Smith, Dwight Ward, William Schissler, and Mark Thompson were there. Thanks for great service, Stacey.

Locals turned out en masse again Sunday night for the screening of the documentary film on Duke Bardwell, "Duke & The King" at Seaside Repertory Theatre. Tom and Dana Saffel, Suzette DeJarnette, Linda and Fred Buehler, Sarah Modica, Claire Bannerman, and Terry Olive were some who packed the full house. Kris Wheeler did a fabulous job of presenting Duke's story. Then, to hear Duke perform "Bayou Country" live was the perfect finale.

Stacey and Mike Brady saw Suzanne Vega at Gulf Place.

Kenda Jordan and Leslie Provow enjoyed Mary Chapin Carpenter's performance at Gulf Place.

Wine Women & Shoes kicked off its upcoming signature event with a Sole Sisters Luncheon last Thursday.

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