Where one Broadway Bronx story ends, hopefully another will begin – with a bit of luck and a lot of fund-raising. A Bronx Tale will close, as Dion DiMucci seeks investors to launch The Wanderer, the story of his rise to stardom and redemption from addiction. A Bronx Tale closes Chazz Palminteri’s autobiographical play-turned-film-turned-Broadway-musical has announced
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Stars of the Sixties with Lou Christie
Friday, November 15, 2019 at 8:00 PMFord Community & Performing Arts Center (Michael A. Guido Theater)
15801 Michigan Ave
Dearborn MI 48126
Attention teenagers of the 1960s! Lightning Lou Christie is coming to Dearborn with one of the most legendary ladies in the history of rock and roll! Lou’s cavalcade of hits includes “The Gypsy Cried”, “Two Faces Have I”, “I’m Gonna Make You Mine” and the multi-million seller “Lightning Strikes.” As if that weren’t enough golden hits for one night, Lou will be joined by the original lead singer of The Shirelles, Shirley Alston Reeves (“Will You Love Me Tomorrow”, “Soldier Boy”, “Mama Said”, “Everybody Loves a Lover”, “Baby It’s You”, “Tonight’s the Night”, “Boys” and many more!) Hometown favorites The Shades of Blue (“Oh How Happy”) will set the tone for a show bursting at the seams with hits from sensational sixties.
Presented by Scotty Productions in association with Pop, Rock & Doo Wopp Live!