Barron Edwards Motown 60s Music Revue & Old School Tribute
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The last date listed for Barron Edwards Motown 60s Music Revue & Old School Tribute was Saturday April 8, 2006 / 7:00pm.
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Barron Edwards has wowed audiences with his soulful R&B band on tour since 1994 and has produced many great acts since 1989. He now brings you The Barron Edwards Motown 60s Revue Show, one of the hottest tribute shows in the nation.
The show first debuted as the Barron Edwards Motown and Mo’ Old School Music Revue in April of 2002. Since then, the show recently changed its name to the Barron Edwards Motown 60s Revue Show to concentrate on the 1960s and the Motown sound.
Sit back and relax as The Barron Edwards Motown 60s Revue Show takes you on a musical journey back to when the great Motown sound bridged the gap across color lines and literally had everyone, young and old and of all races dancing in the Streets.
The group features artists performing as top acts of Motown and more, highlighting: The Supremes, the Vandellas, the Miracles and world famous tempting Temptations.
The show also features the group J5 and their phenomenal tribute to the teenage heartthrobs the Jackson Five!