Happy Together Tour

with The Turtles, Little Anthony, Gary Puckett, The Vogues, The Classics IV and TheCowsills

Friday, August 25, 2023
Show | 8pm // Doors | 7pm
$16.96 to $150
The Turtles
Little Anthony
Gary Puckett
The Vogues
The Classics IV
The Cowsills

VIP Ticket Includes:

– Access to the VIP Lounge open from 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm
– Private performance before the show from local acoustic artist
– Catered Appetizers courtesy of The Relish Tray
– 2 Complimentary Drinks
– Seating closest to the stage
The Turtles are an American pop and folk rock band, which produced at least a dozen memorable, radio-friendly chart singles but remain best known for 1967's "Happy Together" with Howard Kaylan on vocals. Years active 1965–1970, 1984-Present
Little Anthony, along with his group, The Imperials, in the last 57 years have performed live before millions and sold over 22 million records worldwide. Although Little Anthony still tours with The Imperials, he has long desired to record a “solo-driven duets album” similar to the one Tony Bennett famously did. The album he desired is now, in pre-production – release date in mid-to-late 2015. Tentatively titled, “It Takes Two,” the album will be released on the New Jersey-based Reviver Records label. Aside from the “Little Anthony - Reviver Records duets record,” Anthony, who turned 73 in January 2014, is releasing a book published by Mascot Books entitled “Little Anthony: My Journey – My Destiny” on August 26, 2014. It is available now (pre-sale) on revivermusic.com.
About The Vogues The Vogues created a sound. It was a fresh, original blend of vocal harmony that left an indelible mark in the world of popular music. Inducted into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame in 2001, The Vogues remain one of the top vocal groups on the oldies scene today. Even though their first hit "You're the One" was released over 40 years ago, the Vogues continue to attract sellout audiences at concerts and club appearances around the country. Their outstanding talent, stylish delivery and excellent choice of material, coupled with their vital, poised performance, makes this group one of the world’s top oldies acts. The 2008 return of original lead vocalist Bill Burkette only serves to enhance that authentic Vogues sound. According to Webster, the word "vogue" means general favor or acceptance. The Vogues many sold-out shows prove that they are not only accepted, but favored by oldies aficionados everywhere! They truly fulfill the promise of their name. Throughout the years, the sound remains unmistakably, The Vogues.
The Classics IV, one of the most popular and influential pop groups of the 60s and 70s originated in Florida. They achieved phenomenal success with hits “Spooky,” “Stormy,” “Traces,” and Everyday With You Girl, all which sold well over a million copies and were awarded gold discs by the Recording Industry of America. All four hits, appeared in the 1977 film “The Chicken Chronicles.” In addition to other various soundtracks, including the hit HBO Series “Six Feet Under: By the 1970s The Classics IV accumulated a total of 16 Billboard Chart hits, solidifying them as a pop group, crediting Dennis Yost & The Classics IV with the development of “Southern Soft Rock.” To date The Classics IV have recorded 13 LPs, including “Spooky,” “Lil Bit of Gold” “Traces” and “Golden Greats.” In 1993 The Classics IV, Dennis Yost, known for the “tear in his voice” were inducted into The Georgia Music Hall of Fame. The Classics IV perform in a variety of venues, captivating audiences with their professionalism, good humor, and ingratiating personalities. Performing the bands greatest hits, including the instantly recognizable “Spooky” along with some of the best music of the era. In 2011 The Classics IV released their latest album, “A New Horizon,” blending the old with the new and in 2015 released their first ever, "Live" album. Visit the Classics IV at their website, www.theclassicsiv.com and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/theclassicsiv.
The Cowsills are an American singing group from Newport, Rhode Island, six siblings noted for performing professionally and singing harmonies at an early age, later with their mother. The band was formed in the spring of 1965 by brothers Bill, Bob, and Barry Cowsill; and shortly thereafter with their brother John. Originally Bill and Bob played guitar and Barry played the drums. When John learned to play drums and joined the band, Barry began playing bass. After their initial success, the brothers were joined by their siblings Susan and Paul and their mother Barbara.
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