Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (PressExposure) January 27, 2012 -- Direct from Broadway, for one night only, Philly's own Jarrod Spector, who plays Frankie Valli in the Tony, Olivier & Grammy Award-winning Best Musical, JERSEY BOYS on Broadway, will make his Philadelphia concert debut of MINOR FALL, MAJOR LIFT on Thursday February 9, 2012. Presented by Loews Hotels and their Live from Loews monthly concert series, Spector will perform at 8.p.m. Guests can come early, have dinner and enjoy local entertainment before Spector's show in the intimate setting of Solefood Restaurant and Lounge at the Loews Hotel, 1200 and Market Streets, in Center City Philadelphia. (No cover, no minimum).
After more than 1200 performances in the hit musical Jersey Boys, Spector is taking audiences on the ride of HIS lifetime, in this concert featuring songs and stories about him growing up in Philly and his tumultuous relationship with music. In MINOR FALL, MAJOR LIFT, Spector covers everything from The Jackson 5 to Led Zeppelin. This concert is directed by Eric Michael Gillett with music direction by Adam Ben-David.
From a childhood stint on TV's Star Search, Jarrod Spector has shared his musical gifts with audiences. The Philadelphia native debuted on Broadway as Gavroche in Les Miserables, then took an academic detour to Princeton before rededicating himself to a career as a performer. After opening the Chicago company of Jersey Boys as Frankie Valli, Spector was tapped to play the singer on Broadway in 2008.
Live from Loews shines the spotlight on musical performances that bring the uniquely local and vibrant elements of our Brand Promise to life at each and every Loews destination. In addition to musical performances, Live from Loews will showcase art, dance, culinary, fashion and even sporting events. Ed O'Boyle, Director of Marketing at Loews Philadelphia is thrilled to offer this new entertainment opportunity in Center City. He said, "In the spirit of Loews Hotels, we're excited to bring this experience to our hotel by offering world class performances, up close and personal, to guests in our restaurant and expansive lounge."