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Coming Up in Oldies!

Tommy Dorsey Orchestra | $55
Sat Apr 27, 2013 @ 8pm

Recognized as one of the best all-around dance bands, this band can still swing with the best of them. Read more!

Sha na na
Sha Na Na
BUY
Sat, Dec 8, 2012 @ 8pm
$62

The show includes highlights of their four decade journey from Woodstock to the movie Grease to The SHA NA NA TV Show, and their world-wide concert tour.  Hey, all you teen angels and party dolls: twist, stroll and hand jive to the classics as performed by the crowned princes of doo-wop and rock & roll!

About

Sha Na Na may not have invented rock nostalgia, but the group has successfully – very successfully – celebrated the music and the memories for the past four decades… in concert, in the movies and on TV, and on record. Sha Na Na’s story is an all-encompassing one: they were in the original Woodstock Festival lineup, starred in “Grease”, hosted the “Sha Na Na” TV series for four years, and still play more than 50 concerts a year. And through it all – flower power, hard rock, metal music, disco, hip hop, rap and more – Sha Na Na remains true to the original concept: rock & roll is here to stay!

The Sha Na Na story begins oddly for a group that, in appearance, runs the gamut from greaser to gold lame. Attired in turtleneck and blue blazers, the nucleus of Sha Na Na were undergraduate members of The Kingsmen, a glee club ensemble at New York’s Columbia University that used to perform a cappella versions of 50s rock songs as part of the performances. These proved very popular and eventually rock & roll took over, instruments were added and Sha Na Na – the name comes from the 50s Silhouettes’ hit, “Get A Job” – was born.

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