Larry Chance & The Earls And Vito Picone & The ElegantsDate: June 12, 2018Time: 6:15 pm
Larry Chance & The Earls
Spanning from the late 1950's into the new millennium, The Earls have continuously been pleasing audiences with their flawless harmonies ceaseless vitality and endearing dedication to their fans. Larry Chance & the Earls represent the music that helped define Rock 'N' Roll, the original doo-wop era that put the street corner- society onto the national charts.
Larry Chance was Born in South Philadelphia, PA. He grew up in a neighborhood noted for its show business roots, spawning such talents as Fabian, Frankie Avalon, Chubby Checker, Mario Lanza, Danny & the Juniors, Joey Bishop, David Brenner, and many more. It was here Chance began his love affair with show business.
It was 1955 when his family moved to the Bronx, NY, there Larry discovered that vocal groups were to be found on almost every street corner, so he developed one of his own in 1957, with five friends, and called his group, the High-Hatters. By 1960 the group had evolved into what would then be called "the Earls". Larry and company have placed many songs on the charts, including Life Is But a Dream, Never, I Believe, and of course the classic Remember Then. They've recorded many other classics including Looking For My Baby, Eyes, Kissin' and Cry, Cry, Cry, etc...
Vito Picone and the Elegants.
For over 55 years of unprecedented success, The Elegants, from Staten Island, has been known as one of the most entertaining acts of the Doo-Wop era. The Elegants were formed by Picone in 1956 and hit the big time with the hit "Little Star," which topped the charts in 1958 and sold more than 2.5 million copies worldwide.
Picone & The Elegants have appeared at Radio City Music Hall eight times, were among the initial Doo-Wop artists to be presented at Carnegie Hall, the first Doo-Wop group ever to perform at Lincoln Center, and Picone's cameo appearance in the Oscar-winning movie "Goodfellas," top the list of their many outstanding accomplishments. The group has received the Million-Aires award for "Little Star" airing 1 million times on the radio. Their song has been immortalized in the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame, was featured in numerous movies, and in HBO's blockbuster series, "The Sopranos."
Still based in Staten Island, In addition to Picone, the group consists of Jimmy Moschello, baritone; Nino Amato, first tenor; Bruce "Sonny" Copp, second tenor and rhythm guitarist.
For over 55 years of unprecedented success, The Elegants have been known as one of the most entertaining acts of the Doo-Wop era.
6:15 pm Dinner, 8:00 pm Show
$89.00 plus tax per person
$55.00 plus tax (Show Only)
Your Ticket price includes Dinner and Show.
Beverages and Gratuities are not included.
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