Susan Lewandowski and Collette Costa harmonize on stage during the Red Light Revue. Costa said on stage the pair have been singing together for decades and her friend traveled from Seattle to perform Saturday night. (Ben Hohenstatt | Capital City Weekly)

Susan Lewandowski and Collette Costa harmonize on stage during the Red Light Revue. Costa said on stage the pair have been singing together for decades and her friend traveled from Seattle to perform Saturday night. (Ben Hohenstatt | Capital City Weekly)

Photos: Red Light Revue rocks the Rockwell

Collette Costa and Co. bring music and dance to ballroom

By Ben Hohenstatt

Capital City Weekly

The Red Light Revue brought Collette Costa, the Off-The-Hook-Honies, guests and a whole lot of music to the Rockwell Ballroom Saturday night. Despite some cool, damp weather and construction on Franklin Street, the venue was packed with revelers. (Ben Hohenstatt | Capital City Weekly)

The Red Light Revue brought Collette Costa, the Off-The-Hook-Honies, guests and a whole lot of music to the Rockwell Ballroom Saturday night. Despite some cool, damp weather and construction on Franklin Street, the venue was packed with revelers. (Ben Hohenstatt | Capital City Weekly)

Guitarist Jason Caputo provides backing for Collette Costa and Susan Lewandowski during the Red Light Revue.

Guitarist Jason Caputo provides backing for Collette Costa and Susan Lewandowski during the Red Light Revue.

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