The Midtown Men: Stars of Jersey Boys Sing '60s Hits
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All offers for The Midtown Men have expired.
The last date listed for The Midtown Men was Sunday January 26, 2014 / 7:00pm.
Currently at Cobb Energy Centre:
- Full Price:
- $29.00 - $69.00
- Our Price:
- $16.00 - $39.00
Hear the irresistible sounds of the Crescent City as played by one of Louisiana's most legendary musicians, Aaron Neville. A member of New Orleans' most famous musical family, Neville has carried the flame alongside his brothers, while also finding time for a multiple-Grammy-winning solo career. From the 1960s No. 1 R&B song "Tell It Like It Is" to the 1991 duet with Linda Ronstadt, "Don't Know Much," Neville has been producing hit music for decades, and he's known for his powerful yet delicate voice. Learn More
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Sue HornRed Velvet
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It was fun, but I had expected something a bit different. The song selection was fun, the guys had a good time, but they were a bit too celebratory about themselves and interrupted the flow of the show to talk about their past achievements way too much. Plus there was a woman sitting behind me who sand all of the words to every song very loudly. It was strange. I get singing a long when they invite the audience to participate, but not otherwise. I could have done so, because I too know the words, but I wouldn't have detracted from others' experience by singing.
This show may contain the use of smoking, strobe lights and/or a fog machine.
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