Join us April 20th, 2019 for an exciting performance by Jeff & Barb Hinnendael as they take you on a journey through the best of the Beatles. Experience the world’s most iconic band as the duo features its greatest hits from the 1960s . Take a trip down memory lane at The Cellar in Sister Bay, WI.
Jeff Hinnendael hails from Green Bay. He has recorded and released two solo albums, “Cherry Street” and “Layla (The American Dream)” which are available on iTunes and have been played on Midwest radio stations. When he lived in Los Angeles, Jeff was the North American tour manager for the popular British band Graffiti6 and would fill in for members of the band. Jeff worked with one of the world’s top songwriters, Jamie Scott, who wrote hits for One Direction, Adele and Alicia Keys, to name a few. Jeff played for an audience of 10,000 + at Lambeau Field for the 2014 season opening and plays banjo in the Packer tailgate band (he has a soft spot for the Bears since his Mom is from Chicago!). He also played at the Lodge Kohler’s grand opening night, and with Daddy D Productions, gave the gala performance at the Ashwaubenon Performing Arts Center. Jeff and his bride, Maria, are “Indian Summer,” a folk-rock duo. He runs a recording studio and can be found on his self titled YouTube channel.
Barb Hinnendael is a graduate of Lawrence University Conservatory of Music. She works as a piano instructor, accompanist and music collaborator. She has performed with Green Bay Community Theater and Daddy D Productions, including such shows as “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change”, “As Thousands Cheer”, “Les Miserables”, “The Sound of Music”, “Fiddler on the Roof”, “Guys and Dolls”, and the Beatles show fundraiser for Bellin Health at the Weidner Center. She has also performed many classical works as well as selections from the Broadway shows, “Wicked”, “Spamalot”, “The Color Purple”, and “Avenue Q”, to name a few. Currently she performs at St. Norbert College with their vocal students. Barb also had an article published in “Keyboard Companion” magazine, a national publication for piano teachers.
SHOW: Doors Open at 6:30 pm. Seating is first come first serve!