RFD-TV Star “Mollie B” coming to City Inn in Berlin on Sunday, Feb. 17
Mollie B, the star of RFD-TV’s “Mollie B Polka Party,” invites the public to a Valentine’s Day dance on Sunday, Feb. 17 at City Inn Bar/Grill Banquet Hall located at 689 Broadway St., Berlin. Sponsored by the Berlin Knights of Columbus Council 1547, Mollie will be performing with her husband Ted Lange and their band “Squeezebox” with the dance taking place from 1-5 p.m. Doors will be open at 11:30 a.m. with burger basket and pizza available. A full bar will also be available.
Tickets are available in advance. Call Tom at 920-290-0984 to purchase advance tickets and for more information. Purchasing tickets in advance is encouraged, as only 500 tickets will be available.
The “Mollie B Polka Party” is a one-hour HD traditional music and variety series, which is aired twice weekly, Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. and Saturday at 9 p.m. on the RFD-TV network and every Saturday at 9 p.m. The series includes dancing, music, live events and specials. Mollie B entertains an avid fan base and tours regularly with “Squeezebox.”
Mollie Busta Lange (Mollie B), a multi-talented musician and dancer, who hails from a family of small town Midwest American entertainers, has been a featured star on RFD-TV since 2011. Mollie B has been performing on stage since she was eight years old, playing different instruments, and always sharing her love of music. The dance performance will indulge audiences with her unique style and ever-present bubbling personality.
The award-winning band “Squeezebox,” featuring “Mollie B” and two-time Grammy Nominee Ted Lange, has become one of the most popular and well-known bands specializing in live folk-dance music and entertaining stage shows. Currently based in Northwest Ohio, their performances span multiple genres with a repertoire of over 800 songs, and solid vocals in English, Polish, German and Czech. Squeezebox is known for their ability to play “something for everyone”, and easily adapts to any venue, ranging from town festivals, polka festivals, ethnic festivals; to weddings, anniversary parties, church festivals, state and county fairs and music festivals. They currently perform around 100 engagements a year in up to 18 states a year, including an annual Caribbean Cruise.
A 50/50 raffle, pull-tabs, and the winners of the merchandise raffle will be announced at intermissions. Winners need not be present.