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Diana Ross at Schuster

Diana Ross

Diana Ross, one of the last of the Motown divas, will bring her “More Today Than Yesterday” tour to the Schuster Center Tuesday, September 21 at 8:30 p.m. as part of the Kettering Medical Center Foundation’s Heart to Heart Series. The benefit concert will occur mere hours after Kettering Medical Center dedicates the new Benjamin and Marian Schuster Heart Hospital. There is very little that can be said about Ross’ career that isn’t already legend. She was the voice of the Supremes, has had innumerable Grammy nominations, won a Golden Globe and Tony Award, received an Academy Award nomination for her portrayal of Billie Holiday in Lady Sings The Blues, and has been listed in the Guinness Book of World Records as the most successful female singer of all time. She is also a recipient of the Kennedy Center Honors, has two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and, oddly enough, dated Gene Simmons from Kiss for five years. Tickets are $56-$76 and can be purchased by calling Ticket Center Stage at (937) 228-3630 or visiting online at www.TicketCenterStage.com. The Schuster Center is located at Second and Main Streets.


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