Learn About Legendary Cincinnati Native Doris Day's Illustrious Singing and Acting Career at West Side Brewing

Community education organization EmpowerU presents a tribute to the local hero on April 30

click to enlarge Doris Day in the ’50s
Doris Day in the ’50s

Doris Day is one of the most famous people to ever come from Cincinnati. She was one of the top singers of the ’50s and ’60s and also starred in iconic films like Alfred Hitchcock's The Man Who Knew Too Much and Pillow Talk, co-starring Rock Hudson and James Garner. Day, now 97, has also been a staunch advocate and spokesperson for the welfare of animals throughout her life.

On Tuesday (April 30), community education organization EmpowerU is hosting a tribute to Day at West Side Brewing. The event will celebrate Day's life through photos and stories, as well as a performance by vocalist Dolores Raye of 10 songs made famous by Day.

Click here to register for the free event.

Here are a few songs that will likely be performed at the tribute.


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