Victory Belles perform at Temple Theater
It was a musical Sunday night as the Victory Belles of the National World War II Museum took the audience at the Temple Theatre back in time.
The Victory Belles sing music from the 1940s, which brought hope and joy to American GIs and those on the home front. The Victory Belles keep that tradition alive with three-part harmony.
“What the Victory Belles bring is a reminder of the songs and performances that kept spirits up during a very difficult era in our nation’s history,” says National WWII Museum director, Coleman Warner.
“I think there’s been a real desire for this big band kind of music for older adults. It did well today,“says Temple Theatre manager, Roger Smith.
World War II veterans were given free admission.