An Evening with Lauren Hart
We welcome singer-songwriter Lauren Hart, who will perform an acoustic show. She will be accompanied by Tony Reyes and Chris Zurzolo.
Lauren may be best known as the singer of the National Anthem before every Philadelphia Flyers home game. It is a tribute to her late father, legendary National Hockey League Hall of Fame announcer Gene Hart, known for 30 years as "The Voice of the Flyers."
Yet there is another musical side to Lauren. Known for her introspective lyrics and soaring vocals, she has released several albums since 1999. Her songs have been heard on television series and soap operas including "Joan of Arcadia," "Party of Five," "All My Children" and "One Life to Live," and her critically acclaimed National Anthem is featured in the Disney feature film "Miracle."
She has performed at the Presidential Inauguration, where she shared the stage with Bill and Hillary Clinton, and on the French Riviera, where she lived for several years, performing with such artists as Stan Getz, the Gipsy Kings, Harry Belafonte and Frank Sinatra. In the U.S., she has appeared on the CBS Morning Show, and opened for Fiona Apple, Tori Amos, Train and 10,000 Maniacs.
Lauren has also enjoyed a successful career in broadcast television, serving as co-host of Philadelphia's NBC 10! Show, and appearing on the Comcast Sports Network covering the Flyers, and most recently hosted her own television show on the WMCN network called ALL HART. She has also ventured into the world of documentary filmmaking by scoring "Race to the Bottom of the Earth," chronicling her husband Todd Carmichael's record-setting solo trek across Antarctica, and the film "Johnny and Jane come Marching Home," telling the story of our homeless veterans.
In addition to music, Lauren is a humanitarian. She is on the board of several organizations and has been recognized with awards including the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Southern New Jersey's prestigious Person of the Year Award and Friends of the American Cancer Society's Humanitarian of the Year. She and her husband Todd Carmichael, founder of coffee roaster La Colombe, have worked tirelessly on behalf of the children and families in Ethiopia and Uganda.
For more information visit www.laurenhart.com.
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