THE BOYS OF THE BRONX Doo WopDate: Saturday, August 22, 2020Time: 6:15 pm
A Night of Doo Wop from the '50s and '60s!
Friends from the area around Arthur Avenue in the Bronx.
They attended Roosevelt High School and hung out together. They began singing together in the late '50s and named themselves after Belmont Avenue in the Bronx. Smooth vocals, spot-on-harmonies, and an incredible lineup of hits make this concert a performance you will love! Some of their hits include: I Wonder Why, We Went Away, Come On Little Angel, No One Knows, A Teenager in Love, Where or When and When You Wish Upon a Star.
John Kuse and The Excellents
From the Pelham Parkway and Tenbroeck Avenue neighborhoods of the Bronx with Original Lead Singer John Kuse.
In 1962, The Excellents released their signature smash hit song "Coney Island Baby". The song is often referred to as 'The National Anthem of Brooklyn'. The Excellents are one of the premier groups on the circuit today. You will find them to be entertaining and versatile.
6:15 pm Dinner, 8:00 pm Show
$91.00 plus tax per person
$57.00 plus tax (Show Only).
Your Ticket price includes Dinner and Show. Beverages and Gratuities are not included.
Luxury boxes for parties of 6 or more are available at a premium rate.