Reflecting today on Rock & Roll icons who have donned the uniform of our nation’s armed forces… Jimi Hendrix enlisted in the Army in 1961, long before he became a household name. Hendrix was assigned to the 101st Airborne Division, where he was stationed at Fort Campbell, Kentucky. He was discharged in 1962 due to
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Stars of the Sixties in Lorain
Friday, April 17, 2020 at 7:30 PMLorain Palace Theatre
617 Broadway Ave
Lorain OH 44052
Phone: (440) 245-2323
Stars of the Sixties featuring Bobby Rydell! Although his career began as a teen idol, Bobby Rydell has proven himself to be so much more than just another pretty face having racked up 34 Top 40 hits. Having already mastered his stage craft, in 1963, Bobby lent his talent to the silver screen in “Bye Bye Birdie,” and countless television appearances. From his million-selling pop rock singles like “Wild One” and “We Got Love” to the teenage confections “Kissin’ Time” and “Swingin’ School” to the instant classics such “Volare” and “Forget Him”, Bobby Rydell sold a staggering 25 million records to date. Plus: Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Shirley Alston Reeves, the original lead singer of The Shirelles (“Will You Love Me Tomorrow”, “Mama Said”, “Soldier Boy”, “Tonight’s the Night”, “Baby It’s You”), The Vogues (“You’re The One”, “Five O’Clock World”, “My Special Angel”, “Turn Around, Look at Me”) and The Duprees (“You Belong to Me”, “Have You Heard”, “My Own True Love”, “Why Don’t You Believe Me”). A Pop, Rock & Doo Wopp production.