Friday, February 12, 2016 at The Mesa Art Center

 This all-star line-up of Rock ‘N' Roll legends  includes  GENE CHANDLER  who recorded “Duke Of Earl,”  “Groovy Situation,”  and “Nothing Can Stop Me Now”.  Chandler still performs with his cape and top hat to the delight of audience members. “Duke Of Earl”  was inducted in the Grammy Hall of Fame.  LENNY WELCH, a sophisticated crooner  was reared in Asbury Park, NJ.  Welch’s Billboard hits include “Since I Fell For You,” “Ebb Tide,”  “Breaking Up Is Hard To Do,” and “You Don’t Know Me”. TERRY SYLVESTER FORMER LEAD SINGER OF THE HOLLIES.  The Hollies have 12 Top 40 hits from the 60’s and 70’s,  including  “Air That I Breathe,” “Bus Stop,”  “Carrie Anne,” “He Ain’t Heavy He’s My Brother,”  and  “Long Cool Woman.”    Rock and Roll Hall of Famer SHIRLEY ALSTON REEVES ORIGINAL LEAD VOICE OF THE SHIRELLES   hails from New Jersey.  The Shirelles have 12 Top 40 gold record songs, which include   “Soldier Boy" "Mama Said"  “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow”  “Tonight’s The Night”  and  “Dedicated To The One I Love”.  JOHN  CLAUDE GUMMOE OF THE CASCADES will perform  “Rhythm Of The Rain”  “Dreamin’” and  “Last Leaf”.  Special guest YESTERDAY ONCE MORE  will sing other “oldies but goodies” from the 60’s. 

Stroll down memory lane with these  gold record artists.   
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