Award-winning vocalist Maureen Christine and woodwind artist Michael Bazan will perform popular hits from 1970s sweethearts as part of the McHenry County College (MCC) Second Sunday Concert Series on Sunday, February 12 at 3 p.m. Christine brings her crystal-clear voice to classic 1970s hit songs by female vocalists including Karen Carpenter, Barbra Streisand, Toni Tennille, Helen Reddy, and a special tribute to Olivia Newton-John. Vocalist Maureen Christine is a national recording artist and award-winning singer with a “lovely, sweet voice and a beautiful way with ballads.” She has opened for Helen Reddy, Willie Nelson, and has sung the National Anthem for the Chicago Cubs and in movies. Michael Bazan is a respected music educator and professional musician who has played for renowned artists such as Cab Callow, Billy Eckstein, The Four Tops, and Frankie Valley. They will be accompanied by pianist Chuck Larkin, former music director and keyboardist for the *Jersey Boys*. The performance will be held at MCC’s Luecht Auditorium, 8900 US Highway 14, Crystal Lake, IL. Concert is free and open to the public.