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19th Annual Venetian Ball Hosts Unforgettable Performances by 50's Teen Idols Frankie Avalon, Lou Christie, and Fabian
On Saturday, October 13, 2012, The Venetian Ball played host to a nostalgic evening for more than 1,000 guests as Frankie Avalon, Lou Christie, and Fabian, the original Italian teen idols, took the stage for an unforgettable performance celebrating the best in Italian culture.
Following a performance by Toronto's Simply Grand, host Kevin Frankish of Breakfast Television was joined on stage by Canadian impressionist André-Philippe Gagnon, who delighted guests with his extraordinary renditions of favourites including Mick Jagger and Maroon 5.
Co-chairs Rudy Bratty, Chairman and CEO of The Remington Group, and Edward Sorbara, Principal of the Sorbara Group, returned the gala to its traditional format by welcoming guests to an evening of Italian excellence.
I started my career wanting to write for the most obvious reasons, I enjoy it and I'm good at it (or at least I'd like to think so). I didn't want to be a journalist so I pursued PR and the promise of being able to spend my days writing in different styles and on a range of topics - Of course you never end up doing quite what you think you will!
So I went from event planning to advertising to PR and beyond, writing all the way through - though not all the time - and over the years, I've found…