The clock turns back to June 12, 1970, when Johnny Mercer returns home to Savannah for an on-air interview with WBYG's Mel Mixon, well known as the Daddy-O of Savannah Radio.
From over 1,500 compositions spanning four decades, Johnny selects his favorites to spin for a live audience.
Life has been a wild ride for Johnny, who shares his inspirations and the relationships that took him from humble Pinpoint origins to acclaim as the most sought-after of 20th Century lyricists.
13th Colony Sound Choruses and Quartets present the very best of Mercer in the a cappella barbership style, as a tribute to Savannah's Favorite Son.
Sat. June 13, 7 pm. Tickets $20