Thrill to the Kansas City Barbie Cuties, or KCBBQTS, this weekend at the First Presbyterian Church in Gardner.
The KCBBQTS feature Terry Thoelke, Tammy Heath and Cynthia Ziesman. The multi-talented and beautiful singing group outshines any other with tight harmonies, lavish costumes and slick choreography.
The trio most recently appeared in the musical production, “Songs for Soldiers.” They have performed their veterans tribute to a crowd of 20,000 at the Kansas City Corporate Woods, “Star Spangled Spectactular” and took their Fifties Revue to Florida for a New Year’s Eve prom. Their popular USO shows and Christmas Cabarets can be seen at corporate events and community celebrations throughout the Midwest.
Their love of music and performing has individually taken these gals around the world as luxury cruise ship singers, solo cabaret artists, and featured singers with Big Bands, Jazz Groups, Ensemble Troupes and Country Music shows.
The concert this weekend starts at 3 p.m. on Nov. 10 at the First Presbyterian Church in Gardner. Tickets will be available at the door. Veterans attend for free.