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MARK CASSARA is a musician for all generations. His work spans the musical horizon; it grooves, it flies, it wails, it sings, it soothes and it rocks, and all with an impeccable sense of rhythm, taste and musical savvy that satisfies and excites even the most discerning listener.
 
CLASS ACT featuring RITA was formed in the early 1980’s, with the intent of producing a sound that was true to form of Classic R&B. It didn’t take long before CLASS ACT was recognized as one of the leaders in musical entertainment in the Central PA market. They have a stage presence second to none. They work very hard at what they do, but truly enjoy every minute of it. They have a passion for capturing the audience.
 
Founded by producer Mike Leash, the CLASS of '60 SOMETHIN' features the "aged-in-soul" talents of original members of THE MAGNIFICENT MEN, THE DEL-CHORDS, CUSTER'S LAST BAND, and CLASS ACT featuring Rita. As a result of the tremendous response to their music, the Class of '60 Somethin' presents two live dance parties a year to sell-out crowds at the York Expo Center in York, PA. The Class of '60 Somethin' is truly a one-of-a-kind musical journey in time!
 
THIS MAGNIFICENT MOMENT tells one of pop music’s greatest untold stories: the poignant struggles of seven college-aged kids from York and Harrisburg, Pennsylvania who, amid the strife and division of the late 1960’s, realized a once-in-a-lifetime dream, becoming the first white act to ever headline at New York’s legendary Apollo Theater.