AUSTIN, Texas, March 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The Ron White Presents: An Evening With Margo Rey commences at 8 PM with the famed comedian introducing Margo onstage at 9:30 PM. Austin's Symphony Square is located at 1111 Red River Street Austin, TX78701.
Margo Rey will sing her hit single "Let The Rain" (co-written with John Oates.) "Let The Rain" earned the title of Billboard's "Hot Shot Debut" last fall and remained on the charts for 20 weeks. It is the first single from Rey's forthcoming album which will feature additional songs written by Rey and Oates. Music starts at 8 PM with Shawn Pander, followed by Shirley, and then the famed comedian will introduce Margo onstage at 9:30 PM. The evening will close with the performance of Reno Perez at 10:45 PM.
ABOUT MARGO REY:
"Let the Rain," the latest single from singer/songwriter Margo Rey was digitally released on the Organica Music Group Record Label (Universal/Fontana) and written by Margo Rey and John Oates. The album was produced by Margo Rey, Michael Blakey and Elton Ahi. More info at www.margorey.com.
ABOUT SHAWN PANDER:
Houston Born artists Shawn Pander Is the recipient of ASCAP Harold Adamson Lyric Award for the most talented and promising young songwriter in the "pop" category. In recent years Pander won both the John Lennon Songwriting Contest Grand Prize and was recognized as a Nokia Featured Artist. His anticipated CD "Notes From Hoover Street" will be officially released soon. More info at www.shawnpander.com.
ABOUT RENO PEREZ:
AMFM Studios Reno Perez is set to release his new CD "This Hell" March 31st. It will be available digitally on iTunes and CD Baby. Brett Anthony Johnston, Director of Creative Writing at Harvard University, best selling author and contributing writer to The Paris Review, Esquire, and The New York Times Magazine said, "This Hell is a dark, stirring record. The songs explore the deep grooves life cuts into your soul and the lengths you go to in the hopes of redeeming yourself. Reno Perez sings for everyone who has lost what was most important, for everyone who is still fighting like hell to get it back." More info at http://www.amfmstudios.com/aboutus_reno.html.
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