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Sandler Center for the Performing ArtsDecember 20, 2014 8:00 PM
201 Market Street
Virginia Beach, VA 23462
Wynonna Judd (born Christina Claire Ciminella) is a country music singer from Ashland, Kentucky who is perhaps best known as a part of the country music duo The Judds with her sister Ashley. Although the peak of her career occurred when she was a part of the duo throughout the 1980s, Wynonna Judd went on to pursue a very successful solo career after the group disbanded in 1991. For the past few decades, Wynonna Judd has led a comfortably subdued career as a touring performer and a major female musician who still commands the respect of fans both of her solo and group work.
Virginia Symphony Orchestra has given statewide performances since the 1920s, when it was known as the Norfolk Symphony. Later in the 1970s, the Norfolk Symphony, Peninsula Symphony Orchestra and the Virginia Beach Pops Symphony combined to become what is now known as the Virginia Symphony Orchestra.
The Norfolk Admirals is a professional ice hockey team based out of Norfolk, Virginia that competes in the American Hockey League. Founded in 2000, the franchise has been affiliated with various NFL teams since its inception, including the Tampa Bay Lightning and the Anaheim Ducks. The team has managed to build an impressive reputation for itself, which climaxed in the 2011-2012 season when the Admirals won the league's highest honor, the Calder Cup.
Larry Graham is an American singer, musician, songwriter and producer from Beaumont, Texas. He gained fame as the bass player of the psychedelic soul band Sly & the Family Stone. After Sly Stone suffered from a drug addiction, Graham left and dedicated himself to his own project, Graham Central Station. Graham has been playing bass for Prince since 2000, and he's one of the inventors of bass slapping.