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Gladys Knight to Headline Front & Center
"A Knight to Remember" to spotlight the Grammy Award winner. Concert to benefit student scholarships and programs.

December 15, 2005

She’s taken listeners on a “Midnight Train to Georgia,” got them dancing with the rousing “I Heard it Through the Grapevine” and melted hearts with “If I Were Your Woman.” Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee and Grammy Award winner Gladys Knight will bring these and other hits to Cal State Fullerton patrons on Saturday, Feb. 4, when she headlines the 11th annual Front & Center gala at the Arrowhead Pond.

“A Knight to Remember” will spotlight the former lead vocalist of Gladys Knight & the Pips during an evening to benefit student scholarships and programs.

Emceeing the evening is alumnus Jose Mota (B.A. communications-TV/film ’94), broadcaster on KCAL/9 and KTNQ-AM for the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim.

Among the event’s highlights will be the presentation of the Orange County Titan Award to the Orange County Register/Freedom Orange County Information for their continued partnership with and commitment to the university, its students and the community.

Tickets for the gala evening range from $35 ($20 for students) to $90, and sponsorships are available. For additional information, call University Advancement at 278-3480 or go to www.frontandcenterevent.com.


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