The Everly Set– Starring Sean Altman (founder Rockapella) and Jack Skuller (Songwriters Hall of Fame Holly Prize) this show takes your audience back to 1957 when teens Phil and Don Everly first supercharged the vocal sound of Rock n’ Roll with sparkling harmonies and charted hits like Bye Bye Love, Wake Up Little Susie, Cathy’s Clown, All I Have To Do Is Dream, When Will I Be Loved, and many more classic hits.
With a flair for the wild and unexpected, the genre-bending trio, Take 3, brings the refinement of a rigorous musical background and mixes it with rock-star charisma. Whether performing their take on pop, jazz, movie themes, or classical tunes, they bring roof-raising energy to their performances and excite audiences of all ages.
With an extraordinarily broad vocal range and natural fluency in many musical styles, countertenor Terry Barber has been featured on some of the world’s most storied stages, and has worked with many of the music industry’s leading figures including Chanticleer, Madonna, Jewel and Steve Smith to name a few.
His program, “Around the World in 80 Minutes”, features unique arrangements by Emmy and Grammy-winning composers of some of the world’s favorite melodies both classical and popular. Danny Boy, Besame Mucho, La Vie En Rose, Bridge Over Troubled Water and a medley of Andrew Lloyd Webber hits are all likely to be heard.
The Sons of the Pioneers is known as the original “singing cowboy” band, and instrumental in creating the earliest sounds of western music.
Founded by Roy Rogers in 1934, the band has remained together continuously since then, rotating a total of 46 members over the years and currently featuring Roy’s son Dusty.
This legendary band continues to gain fans young and old playing favorites like Cool Water, Cimarron, Tumbling Tumbleweeds and of course Happy Trails.
Beginnings – The Ultimate Chicago Tribute Band – is a tightly woven structure of musical talent that brings to life the original and glorious melodies of Chicago.
From Transit Authority’s “Beginnings” and “Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is” to “25 Or 6 to 4” and “Saturday in the Park” – their giant hits remain. Additional tunes such as “You’re the Inspiration”, “Call On Me” and “Old Days” all bring to the forefront the beauty, the light and the shade of Chicago’s music.
Guitar riffs, hopped up vocal melodies and of course, the famous brass section all make for American music that is standing the test of time. All played by a band of musicians who grew up listening to Chicago and developed a love for bringing it to life for themselves and Chicago fans everywhere.….Beginnings!
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