Maui Arts & Entertainment

Tonight: Grammy Award Winner David Pack At Stella Blues

May 30, 2011, 6:01 PM HST
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By Kristin Hashimoto

David Pack At Stella Blues

Multiple Grammy Award winner David Pack, lead vocalist and guitarist from the band Ambrosia, is performing at Stella Blues tonight at 7:30 p.m. Pack has worked with many luminaries in the music scene such as: Trisha Yearwood, Elton John, James Ingram, Michael McDonald, Natalie Cole, Chick Corea, Aretha Franklin, Kenny Loggins, Patti Labelle and many others. He has toured worldwide and his collective work has sold over 30 million units.

While with the American rock band Ambrosia, Pack contributed to having five singles in the Top 40 Billboard Charts between 1975 and 1980. Their most well-known chart toppers were the songs, “Biggest Part of Me,” and “You’re the Only Woman (You and I).” Pack will be performing both hits tonight.

For $90, individuals will have VIP treatment with a pre-show meet and greet with Pack, photo opportunity, two CD’s, and a four-course dinner with the show. For $70, fans can enjoy the show with Stella Blue’s four-course dinner, and $40 buys each person entrance.

Dinner begins at 6:30 p.m., and will feature asparagus wrapped with prosciutto, classic Caesar salad, choice of sesame-crusted fish, or fresh catch, with your choice of seared ahi tuna, swordfish, or Monchong. Or, choose the chicken and rice dish and make sure to save a little room for a mac nut brownie for dessert.

Stella Blues

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Reservations are recommended. Call 874-3779, or visit www.stellablues.com.

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