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Fools Fall In Love

Crooner's Lounge, 6161 Highway 65 NE, Minneapolis, MN

Featuring four of the Twin Cities best male vocalists including Tyler Michaels and Brian Pekol, with guitarist Gary Rue, Fools Fall in Love celebrates the swingin’ quartet-driven harmonies of the era of tunes such as “Earth Angel”, “A Sunday Kind of Love”, “Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You”, “Unchained Melody”, “Sherry” and “Big Girls Don’t Cry”.

$25-$35. Reservations STRONGLY Recommended.

Dance Party Reunion: A Salute to Buddy Holly and Friends

Mabel Tainter Memorial Theatre, 205 Main Street, Menominee, WI

DANCE PARTY REUNION is a 're-staging' of Buddy Holly's 1959 WINTER DANCE PARTY, featuring music of Buddy's co-stars, Ritchie Valens ("La Bamba", performed by Allen Malicsi); Dion & the Belmonts (with Brian Pekol, singing "Teenager in Love"), The Big Bopper ("Chantilly Lace", featuring Zach Spicer) and Frankie Sardo ("Fake Out", featuring a local singer!).

A STELLAR TRIBUTE to the music of American rock and roll icon Buddy Holly , featuring original cast members (Nicholas
Freeman, Blake Foster and Zach Spicer) from History Theatre’s IVEY-award-winning production of Buddy! The Buddy Holly Story. Endorsed by Sonny Curtis and Jerry Allison of The Crickets! Hosted by Mr. Charles Fraser! Music direction by Gary Rue, produced by Gary Rue.

Fools Fall In Love

Masonic Heritage Center's Ives Theater, 11411 Masonic Home Drive, Bloomington

Love songs of the 50s & 60s Take a trip back in time as these incredible singers and musicians guide you through two decades of classic love songs…from doo-wop to Frankie Valli and everything in between! Featuring four of the Twin Cities best male vocalists performing tunes such as "Earth Angel", "A Sunday Kind of Love", "Can't Take My Eyes Off of You", "Come Go With Me", and "Unchained Melody," this classic quartet-driven theatrical concert experience is one you won’t forget, and a perfect treat for Valentine’s day!

Individuals: $32 Groups (10 or More) $27 Individual Lunch & Show: $52 (Call for reservations) Group Lunch & Show: $47 (Call for reservations)

Fools Fall In Love

Masonic Heritage Center's Ives Theater, 11411 Masonic Home Drive, Bloomington

Love songs of the 50s & 60s Take a trip back in time as these incredible singers and musicians guide you through two decades of classic love songs…from doo-wop to Frankie Valli and everything in between! Featuring four of the Twin Cities best male vocalists performing tunes such as "Earth Angel", "A Sunday Kind of Love", "Can't Take My Eyes Off of You", "Come Go With Me", and "Unchained Melody," this classic quartet-driven theatrical concert experience is one you won’t forget, and a perfect treat for Valentine’s day!

Individuals: $32 Groups (10 or More) $27 Individual Lunch & Show: $52 (Call for reservations) Group Lunch & Show: $47 (Call for reservations)

Fools Fall In Love

Masonic Heritage Center's Ives Theater, 11411 Masonic Home Drive, Bloomington

Love songs of the 50s & 60s Take a trip back in time as these incredible singers and musicians guide you through two decades of classic love songs…from doo-wop to Frankie Valli and everything in between! Featuring four of the Twin Cities best male vocalists performing tunes such as "Earth Angel", "A Sunday Kind of Love", "Can't Take My Eyes Off of You", "Come Go With Me", and "Unchained Melody," this classic quartet-driven theatrical concert experience is one you won’t forget, and a perfect treat for Valentine’s day!

Individuals: $32 Groups (10 or More) $27 Individual Lunch & Show: $52 (Call for reservations) Group Lunch & Show: $47 (Call for reservations)

Dance Party Reunion: A Salute to Buddy Holly and Friends

History Theater, 30 10th Street East, Saint Paul, MN

A salute to the Winter Dance Party in Clear Lake, IA, February 2nd, 1959, Buddy's last show. Featuring the music of Dino (Brian Pekol), Ritchie Valens (Allen Malicsi), and of course, Buddy Holly (Nicholas Freeman). MC'd by Charles Fraser! AND...Dennis Curley as the Bopper!

Dance Party Reunion: A Salute to Buddy Holly and Friends

Paradise Center for the Arts, 321 Central Avenue, Faribault, MN

A salute to the Winter Dance Party in Clear Lake, IA, February 2nd, 1959, Buddy's last show. Featuring the music of Dino (Brian Pekol), Ritchie Valens (Allen Malicsi), The big Bopper (Zach Spicer), and of course, Buddy Holly (Nicholas Freeman). MC'd by Charles Fraser!

Dance Party Reunion: A Salute to Buddy Holly and Friends

Palace Theatre, 104 Main Street, Luverne, MN 56156

A salute to the Winter Dance Party in Clear Lake, IA, February 2nd, 1959, Buddy's last show. Featuring the music of Dino (Brian Pekol), Ritchie Valens (Allen Malicsi), The big Bopper (Zach Spicer), and of course, Buddy Holly (Nicholas Freeman). MC'd by Charles Fraser!

Lush Country

Crooner's Lounge, 6161 Highway 65 NE, Minneapolis, MN

A hankering for the sound of a pedal steel guitar, that high lonesome Floyd Cramer piano and that Patsy Cline yodel? Then you gotta hear Lush Country, a new all-star band playing the best country songs of the hi-fi era, from Eddy Arnold to Tammy Wynette and back again. The seven members of Lush Country are an all-star group of longtime Twin Cities headliners and A Prairie Home Companion veterans: Dan Chouinard, Prudence Johnson, Richard Kriehn, Gary Raynor, Gary Rue, Pete Johnson and Joe Savage.

Lush Country

Crooner's Lounge, 6161 Highway 65 NE, Minneapolis, MN

Classic country songs from the 1950s and 1960s Are you lonesome tonight? Got heartaches by the number? A hankering for pedal steel guitar, some high lonesome Floyd Cramer piano and that Patsy Cline yodel? Then you gotta hear Lush Country, an all-star band playing the best country songs of the hi-fi era, from Eddy Arnold to Tammy Wynette and back again.

Lush Country

Crooner's Lounge, 6161 Highway 65 NE, Minneapolis, MN

Classic country songs from the 1950s and 1960s Are you lonesome tonight? Got heartaches by the number? A hankering for pedal steel guitar, some high lonesome Floyd Cramer piano and that Patsy Cline yodel? Then you gotta hear Lush Country, an all-star band playing the best country songs of the hi-fi era, from Eddy Arnold to Tammy Wynette and back again.