Saturday, October 19, 2013, 8 p.m. – CANCELLED
Jay Black “The Voice”
As a lead singer, Jay Black had a string of hits including “Only In America,” “Come A Little Bit Closer,” “Cara Mia,” “This Magic Moment,” and “Walkin’ In The Rain. During his group’s heyday, they made countless television appearances, on shows such as Shindig, Hullabaloo, Where The Action Is, Johnny Carson, Mike Douglas, Merv Griffin, Red Skelton, and Sammy Davis, Jr., and in 1966 were featured in the movie “Wild, Wild Winter” singing “Two of a Kind.” Jay and the group were the opening act for The Beatles’ first appearance in the United States, and they went on to open for The Rolling Stones and other top British acts. In spite of the British invasion, Jay and his boys carried the American flag almost single-handedly through the 1960′s with 21 chart singles
From her first number one recording, “He’s A Rebel,” through her string of label hits with legendary producer Phil Spector, including “Da Doo Ron Ron,” “He’s Sure The Boy I’m Gonna Marry,” and “Christmas Baby Please Come Home” to the countless songs she sang backup on for artists like Sam Cooke, Elvis Presley, Dionne Warwick, Cher, Luther Vandross and Aretha Franklin, Darlene Love is still blazing a trail of success in the music industry and has been nominated to the Rock-and-Roll Hall of Fame. Her albums include Age of Miracles, recorded live in New York City and her first gospel album, Unconditional Love released by Harmony records.
Over the course of her career Darlene has been hailed as the greatest singer in pop music. She has proven herself a talented actress as well, on stage and screen, starring as Danny Glover’s wife in all of the Lethal Weapon films and lighting-up Broadway in such musicals as GREASE and the Tony-award nominated Leader of the Pack. Darlene also starred for three years on Broadway as ‘Motormouth Maybelle’ in the Tony Award-winning musical Hairspray.
“Darlene Love’s thunderbolt voice is as embedded in the history of Rock-and-Roll as Eric Clapton’s guitar or Bob Dylan’s lyrics.” *New York Times.
Tickets: $149.00 (VIP) $99, $79, $69, $49
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