Sally Keyes dressed as Norma Desmond, the fictional star of “Sunset Boulevard.” Marlene Companaro was disguised as movie star Tallulah Bankhead. But Keyes and Companaro were the true stars of the evening when they gatheredwith friends and family members Tuesday, Aug. 31, at Keyes’ home to celebrate the release of their CD, “Diamonds in the Rough.”
The album is the culmination of a lifelong dream for both women and is one of many items on a bucket list Keyes and Companaro made over the past couple of years. The album is available on Amazon.com and iTunes.
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