Frank Filia spent 33 years in Las Vegas where he worked in various venues both on and off the Strip. He has played in nearly every hotel in Las Vegas, for banquet functions and private parties, his most memorable are Caesars Palace, The Sahara, and Hilton. He settled off the Strip at Cappazoli’s Italian Restaurant and Lounge where he was the house entertainment for six years. During this time, he played for the likes of Tom Jones, Buddy Greco, Eddie Fisher, Barbara Streisand, Aretha Franklin and Steve and Edie and many more. With his soft Jazz sound, suave base and voice he appeals to audiences of all ages.
Enjoy the soft, sultry sounds of jazz as well as your favorite standards with David Smith. David, on Keyboards, brings a bit of musical magic to Sunday Brunch at Harrigan’s Cafe & Wine Deck.
Ken Sloan and Bo Moore have been performing together in the Johnstown region for fifteen years. Their common interest in the music of the great Singer/Songwriter era of the 1970’s is evident in the music that they perform. Both Ken and Bo have also been greatly influenced by the musicianship of the Beatles, The Eagles, The Steve Miller Band and the blues/jazz guitar wizardry of Stevie Ray Vaughn and Eric Clapton. What makes this acoustic duo unique is their vocal harmonies combined with careful detail to guitar work. Both Ken and Bo grew up in the Johnstown region and have remained in town for their entire lives. Their act has become a staple of Johnstown area nightlight for the past fifteen years.
Bob Bretz has been playing at the Holiday Inn for over twenty years. He plays a variety of guitar music from classical to Spanish to pop varieties. He has 52 years of musical experience on guitar, both playing and teaching. Bob also performs with Deja-Vu, a musical duo with his wife Joni. Their music includes a wide range of light rock, easy listening, and the 1930’s and 1940’s swing standards.
Bonnie Warren is a lifelong resident of Johnstown, PA. A graduate of both the University of Pittsburgh and Indiana University of PA, she completed s a bachelor of Arts in Communications with a writing concentration and a Bachelor of Science in English/Spanish Education, as well as graduate study at IUP, American University and Seton Hill. Bonnie has directed and accompanied plays and choral groups in churches and schools and has performed throughout her career in a diversity of venues, including Harrigan’s at the Johnstown Holiday Inn, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings.
Kim has been playing the piano since she was 5 years old, and decided in high school to study music seriously. After graduating with a teaching degree in music, she was employed in the public schools for 34 years teaching music and directing the chorus. Her true musical passion, though, is playing the piano—especially dinner music. Kim enjoys listening to many different styles of music, and incorporating those styles into her playing. Kim has recently been playing for wedding ceremonies and receptions-both indoors and outdoors, helping couples plan the musical side of their special day. Kim is also a member of a musical group at the Cathedral of the Blessed Sacrament in Altoona. When she is not doing music, you’ll find her at the gym!