MarQue Munday to perform in “Musical Memoirs of the 60s” at Santa Fe Station April 12

MarQue Munday to perform in "Musical Memoirs of the 60s" at Santa Fe Station April 12
MarQue Munday
, and her stunning female vocal quartet, will perform live in the Chrome Showroom at the Santa Fe Station on Sunday, April 12. 

They will be performing in a show called “Musical Memoirs” which pays tribute to the exciting music of the 60s.

Showtime is 4 p.m. Doors open at 3 p.m. The cover charge for the show is $15 (tax inclusive), cash at the door.

Led by MarQue Munday, the talented and attractive ensemble includes Wendy Edmead, Vivian Ross, and Crystal Robinson. These four stellar vocalists sing and dance their way through the sounds of the 60s, one of most influential eras of music of all time. These ladies are the renowned group “Radiance” who also perform the greatest musical hits from the Motown era nationally and internationally,

MarQue is an accomplished singer, dancer, actress, model and choreographer. A native of Staten Island, New York, who has performed professionally for the past 25 years, her credits include: live performances, studio sessions, CDs, commercials (national, international and regional), film, television (national and international), cable, radio, print, runway, piano bar, theatre (regional & off-Broadway) and national and international tours.

Her favorite roles include Dina Jones in “Dreamgirls,”Anita in “Westside Story” and Crystal in “Little Shop of Horrors.” She has appeared/performed with the legends – Liza Minelli, Marilyn McCoo, Billy Davis Jr., Barry White, Maurice Hines, Rip Taylor, Susan Anton, David Letterman, David Cassidy, Chaka Khan, Tom Jones, Nell Carter and Luther Vandross.. and the list goes on.

Residing in Las Vegas for the past 20 years, MarQue tapped her way from New York City with the Radio City Music Hall Rockettes and performed at the Flamingo. Locally, she is a cast member for the International House of Blues – Blues School House program. In addition, she currently performs in her one woman show “Colors of a Dream” and in the original musical “When A Woman Loves” written and directed by Vivian Ross.