Fri. Feb 28th, 2020

EXCLUSIVE! ‘Happy Days’ Don Most & ‘The Waltons’ Judy Norton ‘Sing & Swing’ Together On Stage, Highlight Hollywood News

“Rockwell Table & Stage,” in Los Angeles will soon be proudlyintroducing their new artist in residency – Donny Most (Happy Days), who will be “Singing & Swinging” with guest artist Judy Norton (The Waltons). 1714 North Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90027. You can also reach them at 323-669-1550). Tickets are  $20.  Doors will open at 6:30 pm. with the show beginning at 8 p.m.  For tickets go to:

Both Don and Judy were singing before being cast in their iconic TV roles (Ralph Malph and  Mary Ellen Walton) and have now very successfully returned to their first loves – Music.

Donny Most recently appeared before a standing room only capacity at the Catalina club last week with “Donny Most Sings and Swings.”   Although best known for the role of “Ralph Malph” in the hit series “Happy Days,” it is his first love as a skilled singer that is literally taking center stage now. Most’s style is reminiscent of era that has and continues to thrive.  His Rat Pack quality seems to bring in audiences of all ages and backgrounds, as he offers classic renditions of “Lady Is A Tramp,” “It Had to Be You,” “I’m Beginning To See The Light,” “I’ve Got You Under My Skin,” “Shake, Rattle & Roll,” “Mack The Knife,” and much more. Shifting easily between vocal styles, Most pays homage to The Chairman of the Board, Dean Martin, and his idol Bobby Darin, while paying tribute to the path that brought him back to his musical roots.

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Judy Norton is remembered by most people for her role as Mary Ellen – The eldest of the Walton girls. Having tackled many musical theatre roles including the lead roles in “Hello Dolly!” and “Once Upon A Mattress,” “Annie Get Your Gun,” etc., Judy has found huge success on the cabaret circuit with her concert will featuring songs from Broadway and the Great American Songbook.  Singing has been a passion of Judy’’s since she first stepped in front of an audience at the age of 6. Since then her musical career has expanded to include musical theatre, concert performances, USO tours and even the occasional foray into the recording studio.

Written By: Tommy Lightfoot Garrett
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