Echoes of the '60s: Musical Retrospective Features Classic Band Members
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The last date listed for Echoes of the '60s was Wednesday August 31, 2011 / 6:00pm.
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Featured review from NancyK
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Fantastic show! The talent was incredible. Great choice of songs and I loved the history and background and personalization that was included. I agree with others that this theater was less than desirable but I am happy that I was able to see this in such a small intimate setting. They very much deserve a better location. Also, for just a few dollars we upgraded to vip and were seated front row. There is also a waitress taking drink orders. This show is a must see and I may even see it again as I visit Vegas often.
Echoes of the ’60s is a multi-media production show that takes the audience on a musical journey through one of the most amazing decades in history.
This show is produced and hosted by Bill DeLoach, who was a member of Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons, on and off, for over twenty years. He was also the piano player for Danny Gans for over ten years.
What makes this show so unique are the true stories that are shared by the principal cast members about growing up and playing in bands all through the sixties. They reveal the in-depth and often humorous accounts of their lives beginning with the early influence of Phil Spector’s “Wall of Sound” and on through the British Invasion, Motown, Psychedelic Phase and finally to their personal memories of the 1969 Woodstock Festival.