MELBOURNE, FLA. — WFIT 89.5FM, a service of Florida Tech, and the City of Melbourne present Lorri, Mike, and Paul Hafer, with drummer Dave Dunscombe in a
jazz concert on Sunday, Oct. 28th, from 3 to 6 p.m. This free event, open to the pubic, will take place on the campus of Florida Tech, in the Panthereum,
off Country Club Road.
Lorri Hafer, daughter of Al Ham and Mary Mayo, first performed at age five, singing backup on the Guy Mitchell record “If you Ever Go Away.” Lorri went on
to be the featured singer for the hit song, “I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing.”
She met and married pianist Mike Hafer in l981. They teamed up professionally, traveling and performing in New York clubs as well as Canada, the Caribbean
Mike, a graduate in elementary education from the University of South Florida, began his full-time musical career upon college graduation as a solo artist
performing in clubs and restaurants throughout Florida. Mike is proficient on the piano and organ.
In 1988, their son Paul was born and made his television debut less then a month later. Now, at age 18, he plays bass with big bands and with his parents.
All three Hafers have performed at Branson, Mo., at jazz festivals and private clubs, on television shows, cruise ships, at parties and, of course, for
For more information, call WFIT at (321) 674-8950.