Ticket giveway: Doc Severinsen and his Big Band

April 9, 2013
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Doc Severinsen brings his big band to the Palladium on April 18 and you and a friend could be there.

Just enter below, name your favorite doc, and I'll pick two winners at random, each of whom will score a pair of seats.

More info on the concert here.

Good luck.

  • Severinsen
    My dad was a jazz trumpet musician and I was brought up listening to Doc as well as others. But Doc was top of his list. Dad has been gone now for quite some time, but I always feel he is hanging out with me when I am listening to good jazz ..
  • Snow White's Fave Doc
    Doc one of the seven dwarfs
  • ER
    Dr. John Carter
  • entry
    All docs are my favorites because they work so hard to take care of us.
  • doctor, doctor, gimme the news
    Dr. Who
  • One fish...
    Dr. Seuss
  • The One - The Only - Doc
    Who didn't grow up with this guy? Those were the days - how wonderful would it be to see him live and in-person and with a big band! Awesome!
  • Favorite Doc
    How about Doc Holiday
  • Doc?
    Dr. Marcus Welby
    Dr. Joe Early, Rampart General Hospital. A great jazz lover and Bobby Troup,the actor was a fine musician as well.
  • The ME
    Dr. Quincy ME and his rather stiff bedside manner yet pleasnat with all living ladies.
  • DOC
    My favorite "doc" has to be Doc (Milburn Stone) on the long (and still) running western series Gunsmoke. Old Doc would take care of the wounded folks of Dodge City...who seemed to get shot each week. Add a shot or two of whiskey at Miss Kitty's saloon and Doc also became a skilled surgeon!
  • Doc
    my cousin, Dr. Mike!
  • Doc
    Favorite is Doc of the Seven Dwarfs
  • The Doc
    Doc Holiday!
  • Doc
    Marcus Welby
  • favorite doc
    My favorite would have to be Dr Hall who did the brain surgery on my sons brain tumor, also Dr Dugan who found the infusion medicine that is keeping him alive, but most of all my favorite doc is God, the greatest healer of all!
  • Fave doc
    My great-great grandfather who was the town vet. Everyone called him Doc. Love to hear stories about him!
  • Doc Severinsen
    I grew up with him and his trumpet-extraordinaire!
  • Fav Doc
    Doc Holliday
  • free tickets
    Dco Martin
  • Favorite doc
    Mine is not a person, but a place: DOC Wine Bar ion Lombard, IL
  • Fave Doc
    Doctor Pepper...would enjoy an evening with Doc S, though!!!
  • pairadocs
    probably either Doc Martens or Dr McCoy
  • Favorite dr
    Dr. Seuss

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