‘Doo-Wop Spectacular’ at the STAC June 12


Stafford Leader
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Eric Englund
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Could 13, 2022
By Eric Englund

Quite a few classic hits from the late 1950s and early ’60s will be on the monthly bill when a “Rockin’ Doo-Wop Spectacular” hits the stage of the Stafford Township Arts Center on Sunday, June 12 commencing at 4 p.m.
Opening will be Chiclettes, a group accomplishing tributes to the Chiffons, Shangri-Las, Supremes, Martha and the Vandellas and the Ronettes, between other folks.
The to start with act also will attribute Vito Picone and the Elegants, Bobby Wilson and Tommy C. Doing in the next act next an intermission will be The Tymes, Bob D’Andrea of the Knockouts and Jay Siegel’s Tokens.
The Elegants, who shaped in Staten Island in 1958, are most effective recognised for their amount a single strike “Little Star.” Wilson will perform a tribute to his father, Jackie Wilson, that includes his ideal-recognized songs these as “Higher and Greater,” “Lonely Teardrops,” “That’s Why I Like You So,” “Reet Petite” and “I’ll Be Pleased.” Tommy C. is a Freehold-centered singer who performs hits of Frankie Valli and the 4 Seasons.
Shaped in Philadelphia in the late ’50s, the Tymes are best recognised for “So A great deal In Appreciate.” In the ’70s, they returned to the charts with “You Small Trustmaker,” showcasing an current disco audio. D’Andrea, a Toms River resident, was guide singer for the Knockouts, who experienced a strike with “Darling Lorraine.” Siegel was the lead singer for the Tokens in their falsetto-dependent “The Lion Sleeps Tonight.” They also experienced hits with “Night I Fell In Like,” “Portrait of My Love” and “She Allows Her Hair Down.”
Tickets are $55 and $45 and are out there by calling 718-423-8394 or on the web at ticketor.com/sfentertainment. For more information and facts, pay a visit to stacnj.com.  —E.E.
 

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