Motown Sound Party Hits Gleason Performing Arts Center Dec. 6

Stars from Last Year’s Sold-Out Show Are Back by Popular Demand

MELBOURNE, FLA. — Get ready to groove your way back to the glory days of Motown as the Florida Institute of Technology Alumni Association proudly presents the Four Tops, Supremes, Temptations, Miracles and Marvelettes Salute with Myles Savage’s Last Original Stars in concert starting at 6 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 6 at Gleason Performing Arts Center on the Florida Tech campus in Melbourne.

Doors open at 5:15 p.m.

Led by Savage, former lead singer of the Platters, the concert will feature songs such as “My Girl,” “Ain’t Too Proud to Beg” and “Shout,” and highlight those and other hits popularized by bands that defined an era.

TWITCHY, the all-faculty band led by Florida Tech President and CEO Anthony J. Catanese, will open the show.

At the concert, Florida Tech will donate $2,000 to Florida Today’s Reaching Out Holiday Campaign, including $1,000 from the university’s Alumni Association. Additional funds collected at the concert will also go to Reaching Out.

This holiday season, Reaching Out Holiday Campaign will fund the purchase of gifts for 3,000 children in need and 1,300 seniors, most of whom are homebound.

“Whether it is through the Scott Center for Autism Treatment, educational outreach into area classrooms or the many public events we gladly organize, from lectures to festivals, Florida Tech has long understood that our impact can, and should, extend well beyond our campus community,” Catanese said. “That’s why we are so pleased and honored to help the Reaching Out fund bring a bit of holiday joy into the lives of some of the most important members of our community, our children and seniors.”

Proceeds from sales at the concert of TWITCHY CDs will go to the Florida Tech Music Program.

General admission tickets are $30 per person. Limited seating is available, and all sales are final. Tickets are available online at, at the Clemente Center Ticket Office from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday or by calling (321) 674-6228.

For more information on the concert, contact Stevie Pursell at (321) 674-6826 or


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