Singer Jerry Boyle coming to Cherry Hill next month

Spring Hills Cherry Hill is proud to present the highly acclaimed singer Jerry Boyle in a show called “From Irving Berlin to the Beatles.” This free concert, preceded by drinks and hors d’oeuvres, is being hosted by Spring Hills Cherry Hill Luxury Assisted Living at 1450 Marlton Pike East, in Cherry Hill, the former site of the Sheraton Poste, on Wednesday, Sept. 12 at 7 p.m.

For reservations, call (856) 298–1407.

Jerry Boyle, who is known for his beautiful voice and his impressions of such favorites as Johnny Mathis, Nat King Cole and Bing Crosby, will perform with his trio and guest artists, including his wife, singer Jeannie Boyle. This showcase of great music through the decades is presented during National Assisted Living Week, which carries the theme: Art through the Ages, the Perfect Connection.

Beginning in the Tin Pan Alley era, Boyle will sing the music of one of the master composers of popular American music, Irving Berlin, who wrote over 1500 songs including such classics as “God Bless America,” “White Christmas” and “There’s No Business like Show Business.” Boyle will begin in the 40’s and 50’s and lead up to the music of the Beatles, which is still beloved today.

Jerry Boyle performed for years at the Atlantic City casinos, often paired with the late, legendary jazz pianist George Mesterhazy. The two performed regularly in Philadelphia for a musical restaurant, well known in the late 80s and early 90s, Babe’s Steakhouse. Boyle has gone on to work as a bandleader and have an association with Jacob’s Music Company, the area’s only representative for new and authentically restored Steinway & Sons, Boston, Essex and Yamaha pianos.

The entertainment portion of the program is being sponsored by Burris Construction.