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The Big Bad announces ‘2024 Homecoming Tour’

OCALA, Fla. — Florida’s popular piano-based duo The Big Bad has announced their first three-week summer tour, “The 2024 Homecoming Tour.”

Featuring Kitt Lange on piano and vocals and Corrin Ella Scott on vocals, this duo can and will play anything from Frank Sinatra to Lady Gaga and Barbra Streisand to Bruno Mars. The tour will take both of them back to some of the seminal places from their performing careers, where they will share their show and talents with friends, family and fans new and old.

It will start in central Florida and take them to venues across Ohio, Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan and Tennessee and conclude with six shows at the ShowStreet Palace Theater at Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, Tenn.

Lange, a 1992 graduate of Niagara High School, will be returning to Madison, Wis., where he attended University of Wisconsin-Madison and ran several successful music businesses. While there, they will perform at the Ivory Room Piano Bar on Wednesday.

From there they will move on to do two shows in his hometown area of Niagara, Wis. They will be at Vagabonds Bar & Grill in Venue 906 in Kingsford from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday, June 27, and will be the main entertainment at Niagara’s annual Lions Club Picnic from 7 to 11 p.m. Friday, June 28. He previously came to the area with such shows as: The Wisconsin Singers, BC3 Acapella and PianoFondue Dueling Pianos and he’s excited to bring this new offering to his hometown area.

Scott will be returning to her east Tennessee performing roots, where she attended Belmont University and worked at Dollywood theme parks and in various clubs from Knoxville to Nashville for many years. She is excited to bring this one-of-a-kind show back to one of the biggest stages at Dollywood.

Formed in 2019, The Big Bad has performed their popular all-request piano show throughout Florida to critical acclaim and packed houses, averaging more than 200 shows a year. With 25-plus years of combined performing experience at theme parks, cruise ships, Las Vegas and Reno and restaurants, bars and performing arts centers across the country, they can entertain any crowd. The Big Bad regularly also plays restaurants, bars, clubs, festivals, corporate events, driveway parties, holiday parties and more.

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