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"Shake Rattle & Roll 2012: A Tribute to the '50s and '60s Rock and Roll Celebration"
12 ratings
4.1 average rating
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38 events
17 reviews
22 stars
attended Apr 17 2010

Great show. Very entertaining.

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40 events
23 reviews
14 stars
attended Apr 27 2008

They were very talented and the lead man did great impersonations of Elvis, Jerry Lee Lewis, etc. All in all, a really fun day.

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28 events
22 reviews
6 stars
attended Apr 27 2008

The band and singers were good and a lot of fun. And the venue was quite good -- small with no bad seat in the house. We really enjoyed it.

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It’s a salute to the music legends and greatest hits of the ’50s and ’60s presented in a live stage musical format. The Cruisin Oldies Show Band, fronted by tribute artists Mark W. Curran and Tom Haney, keeps the audience singing, clapping and laughing in this non-stop exciting show, which includes multiple costume changes and a unique, radio style narrative that tells the history of rock and roll — as it happened! 


The ‘50s segment includes great songs like “Rock Around The Clock,” “16 Candles,” “Great Balls of Fire,” “All Shook Up,” “Pretty Woman,” Peggy Sue" and “The Twist”  — even an affectionate send up of “Grease!”  Artists include Elvis, Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy Orbison, Dion and the Belmonts and Chubby Checker. There’s also a nostalgic look back at the at the great doo-wop and street corner harmony groups that built the foundation of rock and roll.


Then it’s a tribute to “The Swingin’ Sixties” presenting the greatest hits of the era from the British Beat to psychedelia — then revs into overdrive with a special salute to Sixties supergroups like The Beatles (“Twist and Shout,”) The Beach Boys (“I Get Around”) and the Four Seasons (“Sherry”).