Robby Vee The son of the 60s hit-maker Bobby Vee, Robby was greatly influenced by his father’s music and began playing the guitar as a child. By the age of 16, Robby was performing on stage with his famous father. Today, Robby continues to perform at casinos and fairs all over the country. He has
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Gary Puckett & the Union Gap with The Vogues
Saturday, September 28, 2019 at 8:00 PMFord Community & Performing Arts Center (Michael A. Guido Theater)
15801 Michigan Ave
Dearborn MI 48126
Beginning with “Woman, Woman” in 1967, GARY PUCKETT & THE UNION GAP first 5 releases went gold and he went on to sell more records in 1968 than any other recording act – including The Beatles. On the strength of “Young Girl”, “This Girl is a Woman Now”, “Lady Willpower” and “Over You”, he toured the world, performed at the White House for royalty and appeared on more than 50 television shows and specials. His 2001 PBS television appearance still airs to this day. The Vogues national acclaim began in September 1965 with the top-ten smash hits “You’re The One” and “Five O’Clock World.” The hits that followed saw the group transition from their blue-collared rock roots (as in “Magic Town”) to a more sophisticated blend of harmonies and lush orchestrations on pop-rock standards such as “My Special Angel” and the one that they recently performed on PBS television to a rousing standing ovation, “Turn Around, Look at Me.” The Vogues continue to tour all over the country in sold-out performances, but on September 28th, they’ll be right here in Dearborn. The show will open up with Motown favorites, The Shades of Blue (“Oh How Happy”).
Presented by Scotty Productions in association with Pop, Rock & Doo Wopp Live!