AT WOODLOCH - Their Jukebox Heroes LIVE concert has been billed as the “world’s greatest musical impersonation show,” and on Sunday, September 17, the Mahoney Brothers will be at Woodloch Pines Nightclub. The Wayne Memorial Hospital Auxiliary invites the public to come hear the Brothers perform “the soundtrack of our lives,” legendary music from the 1950s to 1980s.
“This is our fifth event in our Fabulous Concert series and this band is amazing!” says Auxilian Linda Wlock, concert committee co-chair. “The Mahoney Brothers recreate the look, sound and excitement of the Beatles, The Beach Boys, Elvis, Billy Joel and many more musical acts.”
During their show, the Brothers change costumes, don wigs, pick up new instruments—whatever they need to become the performer. “When they’re the Beatles, they have mop tops,” Wlock says. “They put on quite a show!” Check them out at www.mahoneybrothers.com.
All proceeds will go towards the purchase of a new nurse call system to be installed in the new patient tower being constructed at the hospital. “The new call system will greatly enhance patient care,” says Barbara Gregory, RN, nurse-manager. She explains that the new system will use a digital device to track and immediately contact a nurse or members of a nursing team no matter their whereabouts. The system is also quieter—no more beeping—and “call appropriate,” allowing staff to provide the most appropriate care (respiratory for example) in a more timely fashion.
The show runs from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.; doors open at 3 p.m. with open seating. Tickets are $40 with a cash bar inside the venue. For information/tickets, call 570-647-6427/ 226-8115/226-9750. Tickets are also available Fridays at the Auxiliary gift shop in the hospital.